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疑問詞って英語でなんて言うの?

疑問詞を使った疑問文が苦手なので、先生にこのことを伝えて改善していけたらいいなと思いました。
jackさん
2019/02/21 23:19

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  • interrogative (word)

こんにちは、jackさん^^

「疑問詞」は、interrogative (word) ですね。

I'm not good at using interrogative (words) when forming a question.
(疑問文を作るときに、疑問詞がうまく使えません。)

こんな感じでいかがでしょうか?

ちなみに、

疑問副詞 (interrogative adverb) には、when, where, why, how などがあり、

疑問代名詞 (interrogative pronoun) には、what, who, which などがありますね。

これらをマスターすれば、もう疑問文はバッチリですね☆

jackさん、がんばってください^^

アダム先生&ミチコ先生
Adam and Michiko 英語講師/ESAC英語学習アドバイザー
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  • interrogative word

  • question word

「疑問詞」は interrogative や interrogative word や question word と言います。

I'm not good at using interrogatives.
「疑問詞を使うのが苦手です。」

It's hard for me to ask questions using interrogatives.
「疑問詞を使って質問するのが難しいです。」

ご参考になれば幸いです!
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  • interrogative words

  • question words

専門的に言えば、interrogative words と言い、単に interrogatives です。Interrogate という動詞から来ます。私は子供ごろ、「r」の音がしたいとき「w」の音がしまいましたことが多いでした。つまり、「interro」が言いにくいでしたから、その代わりに「question words」と言えるある先生が言ってくれました。

疑問詞を使った疑問文が苦手です。I'm not good at using interrogatives to make questions.
疑問詞を使うのが苦手です。I'm not good at forming questions.
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  • Question words

You want to know what you call words like "who(whose)" "what" "which" "why" "when" "where" "how" . these words may be used slightly differently and for different pruposes - however, the short and common description of these words is that:
"They are question words."
"You use these words to form questions."
Ian W DMM英会話講師
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  • Words like "who(whose)" "what", "which", "why", "when", "where" and "how" are called questions words in English.

When encouraging students to write informative essays, for example news articles, teachers often encourage them to make sure that they answer the 5 "W" questions. In this case, students are expected to remember that the remaining question word starts with an "H" and not a "W"!
Clare M DMM英会話講師
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  • The words are called interrogative pronouns

  • They are called determiners when they are used in a certain way.

These five words, what, which, who, whom, and whose are called 'interrogative pronouns'. They can also be 'determiners' when used in a certain way. They are 'interrogative pronouns' when a question mark is used at the end of a sentence. For example, if you ask "what is your name?" you have used 'what' as an 'interrogative pronoun', but, if you say, "what city do you come from?", you have used 'what as a determiner.
Teddy Zee DMM英語講師
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  • Interrogative words

  • Question words

These words are also referred to as the five W's and one H. These words are perfect for for gathering more information. If you ask six questions using each of these words, you will understand the situation are asking about very well.
Logan M DMM英会話講師
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  • Interrogative words

  • Question starters

  • Wh- words

Your interrogative words will often be found at the beginning of a question - not always. -
Some examples are,
Who do those socks belong to?
What do you like to eat?
Which socks do you prefer?
Why do you like those socks?
When shall we go?
Where will I find it?
How did you do that?
Li C DMM英会話講師
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  • interrogative words

  • question words

Words that are usually used to ask questions are usually called "interrogative words" or "question words".
Examples of these words are "who", "what", "why", etc.
You may use the term "interrogative words" or "question words" in a sentence in the following ways:
-The most important interrogative/question words when you are a journalist are: what, who, why, where and how.
Aiden J DMM英会話講師
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  • Open-ended questions

A question that starts with "who," "when," "what," "why," "where," and "how" are the interrogative words that are good to use in order to ask a question that can be answered with something other than "yes" or "no." These types of questions are often referred to as open-ended questions and are good to use for keeping a conversation interesting and getting more detailed information from a person.
Laurel DMM英会話講師
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  • Interrogative words

  • Question words

  • -Wh questions

We would normally call any kind of question using these words like who, what, etc., as, "interrogative words," because the interrogative has to do with asking questions and getting information.
In Linguistics, we use the term, "-wh question(s) (formation)," to represent that these words when inserted into sentences ultimately turn them into questions.
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