Like – Interrogative form

You will study the verb like in the interrogative form.


Like – Interrogative form

American Fast Food

Imagen: A basic and popular fast food meal. Creative Commons.

Instructions: Read the text about Fast Food. Look at the question.

Do you like fast food?

Fast food, a type of mass-produced food that is prepared and served very quickly, was first popularized in the 1950s in the United States, and is typically less nutrionally valuable compared to other foods and dishes. While any meal with low preparation time can be considered fast food, typically the term refers to food sold in a restaurant or store with preheated or precooked ingredients, and served to the customer in a packaged form for take-out/take away. Fast food restaurants are traditionally distinguished by their ability to serve food via a drive-through.

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Getting started: Fast food outlets

Instructions: Read the text to do the activity suggested.

Fast food outlets may be stands or kiosks, which may provide no shelter or seating, or fast food restaurants. Franchise operations that are part of restaurant chains have standardized foodstuffs shipped to each restaurant from central locations.

According to the National Institutes of Health, fast foods are quick alternatives to home-cooked meals. They are also high in saturated fat, sugar, salt and calories.

Eating too much fast food has been linked to, among other things colorectal cancer, obesity and high cholesterol.

Fast Food. Retrieved October, 2016 from

Stands or kiosks

Instructions: Look at the following information about the verb like in the interrogative form:

Yes, he does.
No, I don’t.
Yes, they do.

1. Do American people like fast food?

2. Does a typical American like eating in kiosks?

3. Do you like American fast food?

Let’s study the verb like in the interrogative form.

Instructions: Look at the following information about the verb like in the interrogative form:

Remember: We use the verb like to express that we appreciate something or someone or that we like to do some actions.

We use the auxiliary Do or DOES to make questions with like.

We use DO for I, we, you, they.

We use DOES for he, she, it.


Do you like green fruits?

Does he like reading action books?

Does she like dancing rock music?

Do you like speaking British English?

Look at the word order in the interrogative form:

Auxiliary Do or Does subject like complement? Answers
Do you like hamburgers? Yes, I do. / No, I don’t
Does he like drinking beer? Yes, he does. / No, he doesn’t.
Does she like preparing fast food? Yes, she does. / No, she doesn’t.

Do you like?

Instructions: Write questions with like and the prompts given.

1. you eating pizza every day?
2. your brothers and sisters Coke?
3. your friends fried potatoes?
4. you drinking soda?
5. you and your family fast food?

Does he/she like?

Instructions: Unscramble the words to make questions with like.

like drinking soda Does Michael Jordan
like eating Does Angelina Jolie hot dogs
like eating in kiosks Does a typical american
like pizza Does your father
like eating Does your best friend hamburgers


Do or Does?

Instructions: Choose the right options in the following text.

1. Does/Do you like pasta and pizza?

2. Does/Do you like eating fast food every day?

3. Does/Do your best friend like going with you to kiosks?

4. Does/Do your family like Mexican fast food?

5. Does/Do your mother like buying fast food?