(Redirected from Wh-Question)
- AKA: Non-Polar Question.
- See: Information, Answer, Rhetorical Question, Grammar, Sentence (Linguistics), Inversion (Grammar), Interrogative.
- (Wikipedia, 2014) ⇒ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Question#wh Retrieved:2014-7-11.
- … The other main type of question (other than yes–no questions) is those called wh-questions (or non-polar questions). These use interrogative words (wh-words) such as when, which, who, how, etc. to specify the information that is desired. (In some languages the formation of such questions may involve wh-movement – see the section below for grammatical description.) The name derives from the fact that most of the English interrogative words (with the exception of how) begin with the letters wh. These are the types of question sometimes referred to in journalism and other investigative contexts as the Five Ws.