schlechte horror spiele den der ler sidst ler bedst ruby laser autonivel there Short answer for subject questions 

Short answers to questions asking for the subject can be replied by either saying the subject, or by using the form “subject + auxiliary verb.”


  • Who invented the light bulb?
  • Edison did.


  • Who is angry?
  • John is.


  • Who has got a car?
  • Jill has.


  • Who didn’t take a map?
  • Jerry didn’t.


  • Who wants this hamburger?
  • I do.


  • Who lost the key?
  • She did.


  • Who can answer this question?
  • They can.


Questions asking for the object can be answered simply by mentioning the object or an object pronoun.


  • What do you want?
  • An apple.


  • What are you doing?
  • Washing my hands.


  • Where are they?
  • In the garden.


  • What time is the match?
  • At 4 o’clock.


  • Who do you want to see?


  • Who are you angry with?



 Short answers for Yes/No questions

 We can respond to yes/no questions by using the correct pronoun (I, he, she, it, we, you, they) and auxiliary verb.


  • Are you happy today?
  • Yes, I am.
  • No, I’m not.


  • Has your father got a computer?
  • Yes, he has.