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Forme interrogative
La forme interrogative se forme en plaçant l'auxiliaire avant le sujet. Ainsi apparaît do au Simple present et did au Simple past :
WORK Simple Perfect
PRESENT Simple present Present Be + Ving Present perfect  Present perfect Be + Ving
Do I work? Am I working? Have I worked? Have been working?
Do you work? Are you working? Have you worked? Have you been working?
Does he work? Is he working? Has he worked? Has he been working?
Do we work? Are we working? Have we worked? Have we been working?
Do you work? Are you working? Have you worked? Have you been working?
Do they work? Are they working? Have they worked? Have they been working?
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PAST
Simple past Past Be + Ving Past perfect  Past perfect Be + Ving
Did I work? Was I working? Had I worked? Had been working?
Did you work? Were you working? Had you worked? Had you been working?
Did he work? Was he working? Had he worked? Had he been working?
Did we work? Were we working? Had we worked? Had we been working?
Did you work? Were you working? Had you worked? Had you been working?
Did they work? Were they working? Had they worked? Had they been working?
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La forme interrogative est utilisée pour former les questions

L'interrogation est particulièrement utilisée pour
les question-tags : He is rich, isn't he? = Il est riche, n'est-ce pas ?
les réponses interrogatives : 'Jane is rich.' 'Is she?' = "Jane est riche." "Ah bon ?"