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Past tense: Yes/no questions
Word order for question:
S
E
U
L
B
L
S
E
                                                                                                                                                
E
S
L
B
L
U
E
(s)
A
N
I
G
R
A
M
How to ask yes/no questions:
Lisa
played
hockey
last night.
Did
play
last night?
Word order for question:
    1:  did (the auxiliary verb)
played
Did
play
This is the same sentence in the form of a Yes/No question:
Did
play
She
had
a lot of fun.
she
had
Did
have
Was
she
played
very happy?
a lot of fun?
Lisa
last night?
Word order for question:
    1:  did (the auxiliary verb)
    2.  the subject (here = Lisa)
Word order for question:
    1:  did (the auxiliary verb)
    2.  the subject (here = Lisa)
    3.  basic verb form: play, win, etc.
          (not  played,  won.)
Her team
won.
win?
her team
won.
Did
She
was
very happy.
She
was
More examples:
Exception:
Don't use 'did' with the verb 'to be.'
Exception:
Don't use 'did' with the verb 'to be.'
Place the verb in front of the subject.
Past tense: Yes/no questions