WHAT is used both as subject and object of a question; to ask about things.
• What happened? — Nothing. (Nothing happened)
• What do you need? — I need a pen.
WHAT + a form of do is used to ask question about activities. For example, “What did you do last night?” — I studied.
WHAT + be + like asks for general description of qualities. As in, “What is Julie like?” — She’s nice and friendly.
WHAT + look like asks for physical description. Example, “What does Julie look like?” — She’s wearing glasses and has long dark hair.
WHAT + kind of asks about the particular variety or type of something. For example, “What kind of soup is that?” — It’s creamy pumpkin soup.
WHAT may accompany a noun. As in, “What countries did you visit? — France and Turkey.
So, what do you think about this lesson? Do you understand how to make questions with WHAT now? Let me know what you think in the comment.