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Question words
This is a worksheet about question words. There is a grammar guide and some exercises on the topic (6 pages in all). Hope it will be useful for you and your students!!
Level: elementary
Age: 10-17
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“WH - QUESTION WORDS” - Who-Whose-What-When- Where-(( 5 Exercises / 85 Sentences to complete )) - Elementary/Intermedi ate - (( B&W VERSION INCLUDED ))
This worksheet focuses on using the WH-Question Words - Who, Whose, What, When, Where. There are 5 exercises with 85 sentences for your students to complete. The following tasks are included in this worksheet: Exercises A and B are: FILL IN “WHO”, “WHOSE”, “WHAT”, “WHEN” or “WHERE”, Exercise C is: Choose the Correct Item, Exercise D is: Use a WH-Qu...
Level: elementary
Age: 6-17
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basic questions
ss complete the questions (what, where, who, how, when) and then they have to match the question with the answer...the questions are very easy (how old are you?, where are you from? whats your first name? who is your best friend? etc...hope you find it useful for your classes :)
Level: elementary
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 1531

A handy grammar-guide and a classroom poster in one.
Level: elementary
Age: 8-17
Downloads: 1509

Brief explanation of the use of question words followed by an exercise in which students ask questions about the underlined words and then match them to the pictures. I hope you like it and find it useful Have a wonderful week! Hugs!
Level: elementary
Age: 10-12
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Speaking cards. Set 3. Personal information
This is my third set of speaking cards. It consists of 8 cards. Students are supposed to to ask and answer questions using the information in the card. Thanks a million to my dear friend Julia (juliag) for her help. Have a nice day! Hope you´ll find it useful!
Level: elementary
Age: 8-17
Downloads: 1281

Grammar and exercises on "wh- questions". I hope you like it and find it useful. Have a nice week. Hugs!
Level: elementary
Age: 11-14
Downloads: 1144

Basic Wh- Questions (1)
A simple worksheet with 4 different exercises with an increasing level of complexity on BASIC Wh- Questions. KEY included. Exercises: matching; filling in the gaps with wh-words from the previous exercise, gap filling, and, finally, asking questions Have a nice Wednesday. Hugs to you all, mena:))))
Level: elementary
Age: 11-12
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    Ask questions for the underlined words.

1.  All the factory workers have gone on strike.                         

2.  I´m going to London to improve my English.                         
3.  Wasps are a nuisance.                                                                                                               
4.  The would love a cup of coffee.                                           
5.  He can speak five languages.                                               
6.   I have lunch at one o´clock.                                                
7.  My sister is wearing a new hat and coat.                              
8.  We have invited her to our dinner-party.                              
9.  Laura is tall, slim and beautiful.                                            
10.My neighbour has just married an actress.                           
11. It´s cold and foggy.                                                            
12. That lake is three metres deep.                                           
13.These children will be taken on an excursion next weekend
14.She weighs 52 kilos.                                                           
15.That´s Maria´s car over there.                                             
16. Carlota was driving too fast.                                               
17. They wanted to give us a surprise party.                              
18.Martha had taught English in China before.                         
19. Yes, we had a fantastic time at Victor´s stag party.             
20. No, he wouldn´t study at Eton.                                          



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