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Questions

 

     - Ask questions about the underlined words.

e.g.: I go to school every day. When do you go to school?

1)      We walk to the house.

 

2)      She wants a drink.

 

3)      The children wash their face.

 

4)      I have got twelve pens on the table.

 

5)      My sister watches TV every Friday.

 

6)      We wish you a good day.

 

7)      Everybody goes to work.

 

8)      Ben and Jim collect postcards.

 

9)      They always wait for the tram.

 

10)      Kristy arrives at 8 o’clock.

 

11)      We are very tired.

 

12)      Bryan is fine today.

 

13)      Betty makes tea for her doll.

 

14)      You always use my pen.

 

15)      Tony writes poems.

 

 

 

    – Match the questions and the answers. Write the correct letters into the boxes provided.

 

1)      How old are you?

A    At 1 p.m.

2)    Where are you from?

B     Because she works a lot.

3)    What is your name?

C     I’m Tim’s brother.

4)    What colour is your bicycle?

D    Two. A dog and a parrot.

5)    How often do you visit your grandma?

E     On the bench.

6)    Who are you?

F     Jennie Rendon.

7)    Where do you always sit?

G    12.

8)    When do you have lunch?

H    Twice a week.

9)    Why doesn’t she come to the disco?

I     From France.

10) How many pets have you got?

J    Blue and grey.

 

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    – Write the questions for these answers. Look at the example below.

 e.g.: When do you start school?   I start school at half past 7.

 

1)     

She lives in New York.

2)     

I cook dinner in the kitchen.

3)     

Paul works in a bank.

4)     

They go to bed at ten o’clock.

5)    

They have lunch at home.

6)     

Ernest collects baseball cards.

7)     

Sam drinks milk for his breakfast.

8)     

George watches TV in the living-room.

9)     

She gets up at six o’clock.

10)     

I go to the library.

 

 

    – What is the question? To give you some more help the verbs are in the brackets. Look at the example:

e.g.: Grandma. (visit) Who do you visit?

 

1)     

From New Castle. (be)

2)     

In the bathroom. (wash your face)

3)     

A blue pen. (have got)

4)     

At half past 6. (get up)

5)     

Every day. (play football)

6)     

Ten. (be)

7)     

Because I always work late. (have dinner at 9)

8)     

Three times a day. (clean your teeth)

9)     

Red. (be)

10)     

A dog. (eat bones)

11)     

At 5 p.m. (finish work)

12)     

Mary Ellen. (be)

 

 

    

 

Created by Susan V. Toth 

 

       


 

 

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