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Present Simple Questions
Question     Question     Question
At the vet

Ex.1 What questions does the vet ask about this pet?
Make general questions.


     your  / have / dog / fleas ?

   




    have / your / broken / bird / wing / a  ?

  





   the / have / elephant / earache / an ?

   



     

       the / a / stork / broken / have / beak ?

     





      stomachache / the / a / mouse / have ?

   




    the / have / dog / headache/ a ?

   



    have / the / broken / fish / a / tail ?

   



    the / have / dog / toothache / a ?

   





   have / dog / broken / the / paws ?

     


    


Ex. 2 Fill in the gaps in the dialogue

Use: look / is / wrong / matter / earache  

Vet: Hi, Mike. What's the  ?

Mike: My hamster ill.

Vet: Oh! What's with him?

Mike: I think, he has got an .

Vet: Let's have a at him.

Ex. 3 The vet asks you WHO - questions. What's the right verb?

1. Who your dog for a walk?

2. Who your dog twice a day?

3. Who   its paws after a walk?

4. Who   the dog to the vet when it's ill.

5. Who food for your dog in a pet shop?