“Are” questions are a type of grammatical construction in the English language known as a “yes-no question,” which are used to ask for confirmation or denial of a statement. They are formed by using the verb “to be” (in the present tense) and adding the subject of the sentence after it. For example: “Are you feeling well?” “Is the weather nice today?” “Are those your shoes?” These questions can be answered with “yes” or “no.”
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