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come at the beginning of a question.
What - used when asking to know more about someone or something
What is your name?
What do you want?
Where - used when asking about a certain place
Where are my keys?
Where are you going?
When - used when asking about a certain time
When is your birthday?
When are they coming?
Why - used when asking about a reason for something
Why are you crying?
Why is she angry?
Who - used when asking about a particular person; used when referring to a particular person
Who is your teacher?
Who are you?
used when asking in which way something happens
How are you?
How did the accident happen?
How do you know my brother?
How did you make the frosting?
used when asking the quantity of something
How many people are attending the wedding?
How many cars do you own?
How many potatoes are in the basket?
How much rice do you eat a week?
How much is this dress?
How much money do you have?
used when asking the degree of a characteristic
How tall are you?
How old is your sister?
How upset are you?
How much do you know?
used when asking about time or duration
How often do you come here?
How quickly can you type this letter?
How long is your meeting?
How soon can you be here?