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MAKE QUESTIONS - SIMPLE PRESENT
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Age: 11-17
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A. Fill in the gaps with the correct question word. Choose between where, when, what, who.
 
1. A:   is Canberra?                                                
    B: It's in Australia.
                                                                                                                                     
2. A:  are John and Mandy?
    B: They are my friends.
 
3. A:  is your birthday?
   B: It's on 23rd May.
 
4. A:  is the Thames?
    B: It's a river.
 
5. A:  is the concert?
    B: On Saturday.
 
6. A:  is your schoolbag?
    B: It's in my room.
 
7. A:  are London, Washington DC and Paris?
    B: They're capital cities.
 
8. A:  am I?
    B: You're my best friend.
 
9. A:  are you?
    B: I'm your new English teacher.
 
10. A:  is your new school?
      B. It's in Maple Road.
 
11. A:  are your holidays?
      B: They are in October.
 
12. A:  are Monday, Wednesday and Friday?
      B: They're days of the week.
 
13. A:  are the Simpsons?
      B: They're cartoon characters.
 
14. A:  is Christmas Day?
      B: It on 25th December.
 
15. A:  are Sadie and Jack?
      B: They're at school.
 
16. A:  are we today?
      B: We're penguins - the mascot of our basketball team.
 
17. A:  is a Mercedes?
      B: It's a car.
 
18. A:  is your favourite school subject?
      B: Maths.
 
19. A:  is your favourite teacher?
      B: Miss Potts.
 
20. A:  is Alabama?
      B: It's in America.
 
B. Fill in the gaps with the correct question word (when, where, what, who) and the correct form of the verb "to be" (am, is, are).
 
1. A:  Brad Pitt?
   B: An actor.
 
2. A:  Etna and Milan?
    B: In Italy.
 
3. A:  a helmet?
    B: A type of a hard hat.
 
4. A:  New Year's Day?
    B: 1st January.
 
5. A:  Ljubljana?
    B: In Slovenia.
 
6. A:  Berlin?
    B: Capital city of Germany.
 
7. A:  your friends coming?
    B: In June.
 
8. A:  Pavarotti and Domingo?
    B: Opera singers.
 
9. A:  Titicaca and Windermere?
    B: Lakes.
 
10. A:  the Great Lakes?
     B: Between Canada and America.
 
C. Complete the rules.
 
Use  to ask about a person. Use  to ask about an object. Use  to ask about a place. Use  to ask about time.

 

       

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