If you want to read a very well written discussion on question forms in Latin, then Adler's chapter on this subject is very good - as his entire text is composed of questions and answers, the subject was of great importance to him as a textbook writer.
He relies heavily on Cicero, Terence and Plautus for his forms.
You want Adler chapter 85.
There are hundreds of questions in Adler starting estne? and esne? and suntne? These, of course, have the peculiarity that they idiomatically take the dative and nominative.
Estne tibi penna?
Habesne pennam? taking the expected accusative.
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