“Does” questions are a type of grammatical construction in the English language known as the present simple tense, that are used to ask about something that is happening or a general truth. They are formed by using the present simple form of the main verb, which is “does” + the subject of the sentence + the main verb. For example: “Does she like coffee?”, “Does it rain often here?”, “Does he speak Spanish?”. These questions are asking about something that is happening or a general truth in present. The answer to these questions can be a simple statement in present simple form.
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