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Wh questions
Fill in the spaces with wh words and then match the sentences to the pictures.
Level: elementary
Age: 8-17
Downloads: 778

Question Words
This worksheet consists of four different exercises that will help elementary students practice interrogative pronouns.
Level: elementary
Age: 10-12
Downloads: 594

Question Words
Brief explanation and 3 tasks to practise question words. Task 3 deals wit question words and revision of some actions. Hope you like it!
Level: intermediate
Age: 8-12
Downloads: 525

Thank you :-)
Level: elementary
Age: 8-11
Downloads: 456

"WH" questions and "yes/no" questions - BOARD GAME
a fun way to practise questions.Hope you will enjoy that one too. Thanks for your kindness . HUGS . IKEBANA
Level: intermediate
Age: 11-14
Downloads: 446

What Which How
Revising some of the most important question-words.
Level: elementary
Age: 8-17
Downloads: 410

Question words 2 - Multiple choice
My second worksheet (multiple choice) on question words with different sentences and drawings. It can be used as a classe exercise or as a revision exercise. Hope youīll like it!
Level: elementary
Age: 11-17
Downloads: 392

Interrogative Pronouns Practice (keys on the second page - fully editable)
My ss will have a test in a few weeks, so Iīm preparing material to practice and improve their skills. This text doesnīt include "when" because they havenīt learn it yet. The ws is completely editable. Keys on the second page. Hope itīs useful.
Level: elementary
Age: 11-17
Downloads: 379



Ask questions for the following answers and match the letters with the pictures. Do not use abbreviations:
1. My teacher is Mr. Hayden.
2. I live in a lovely house near Colchester.
3. My birthday is on the 22nd of October.
4. It's half past nine. You know? In English it is also possible to ask "What's the time?"
5.  I was born in a hospital, in London.
6.  My favourite colour? I think, it's green.
2. Choose the correct question for the following answers:
a) "I'm from Italy"
b) "I'm fine, thanks"
c) "I arrived here yesterday evening."
d) "I've eaten a slice of pizza and two oranges."
e) "It's Tom's pencil."
f) "I gave the money to Mr. Tyler."
g) "I think we arrived home at ten o'clock."
h) "It cost sixty pounds."
i) "I'm feeling better now, thanks"
J) "I bought the red jacket because I liked it."
k) "I live in 23 Downing Street."
l) "My brother's name is Alex."
m) "I think it's Bonjour"
n) "I chose the red one."



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