One easy way to ask questions in Italian is to add a question mark to the end of the sentence in writing. (When speaking, raise the pitch of your voice at the end of the sentence.) For example:
Hai un buon lavoro. (You have a good job.)
Hai un buon lavoro? (Do you have a good job?)
If a subject (noun or pronoun) is expressed in the interrogative, it can:
- Stay at the beginning of the sentence, before the verb.
- Move to the end of the sentence.
- Move to precede the verb (the least frequent option).
So, for instance, you can ask the question "Does Nadia have a bicycle?" in three different ways:
Nadia ha una bicicletta?
Ha una bicicletta Nadia?
Ha Nadia una bicicletta?