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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 What?� Make questions with Who or What about what is underlined.

1)����������� The detective forgot something. ����������������

�2)����������� Something has been stolen.
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�3)����������� Someone won the lottery this weekend. ����������������

�4)����������� Sue wants something special for her breakfast.
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�5)����������� The police arrested someone. ����������������