Queen is typically a noun, but it could possibly be used as a verb if you are referring to a game such as chess, where a pawn can become a queen... you could say "queen me" when your pawn reaches the appropriate position.
Once a pawn reaches the last rank the pawn can be promoted to any piece except the king . Yes , if you already have a queen the pawn can be promoted to another queen .
It promotes. It will then become either a queen, rook, bishop, or a knight. The pawn is removed from the board of course!
When your pawn reaches the end of the board
That would be an ecumenical matter.
Only the pawn can be promoted to another chess piece once the pawn reaches the 8th rank . The pawn can not be promoted to a king .The rules only allow the pawn to be promoted upon the eighth rank . At that time the pawn can then be promoted to a queen or any other chess piece with the sole exception of the king .
When promoting a pawn in chess, it stays the same color it was to start with.
Queen A pawn is at the back
No. Promoting your pawn counts as your move.
A pawn promotion is not 'getting back' a piece that was lost, it is simply gaining a new piece. You can have a second Queen even if you still have your first.
When a pawn is promoted to Queen , or any other piece besides the King , the square upon which the pawn was promoted is where the Queen will be placed .
No, only a pawn can be promoted to a queen or other piece of choice.