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Questioning And Asking For Permission (Author-Bouabdellah)

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Technicum Si-Tarek Of Relizane
Second Year Students
Technological Streams 2003/2004
Questioning And Asking For Permission

 1 - Rearrange the words in each sentence to make correct questions. (pay attention to the spelling and punctuation)

 1)            the answer what is                          

 2)            you are OK                                      

 3)            capital Australia the what is of       

 4)            was Battle of when the Hastings     

 5)            what been have doing you               

 6)            your best who is friend                     

 7)            one best do which like you               

 8)            what brother’s is name your            

 9)            where come do you from                  

10)            closed curtains the have you           

11)            you do OK feel                                

12)            you do to have ask                           

13)            you do and want fish chips               

14)            English do think boring you is         

15)            you do library the know to way the

2-Who or WhatMake questions with Who or What about what is underlined.

 1)            The detective forgot something.                 

 2)            Something has been stolen.
                

 3)            Someone won the lottery this weekend.                 

 4)            Sue wants something special for her breakfast.
                 

 5)            The police arrested someone.