There have been two ways that questions have been structured:
1 using question words, or interrogatives,
|Kei hea aku kākahu?||Where are my clothes?|
2 using a question intonation for sentences that don’t have interrogatives.
|Kei reira ō kākahu?||Are your clothes there?|
With the second example, anō will often be introduced into the question pattern and also used for emphasis.
|I peke ake anō te tohorā i te moana?||Did the whale actually jump out of the sea?|
|Kei te haere anō koe ki te kauhoe?||Are you actually going for another swim?|
|He take anō tā koutou?||Do you people actually have another matter?|
|Kei te rūkahu anō kōrua?||Are you two actually lying?|
Further explanations and examples: Te Kākano p. 110.
Titiro ki ngā whakaahua ka whiriwhiri ai i te whakautu e tika ana mō ia pātai.
Don’t forget to use commas, question marks, and fullstops and macrons where appropriate (ā,ē,ī,ō, and ū).