Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

CONTENTS 5-1 Yes/no questions and short answers

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "CONTENTS 5-1 Yes/no questions and short answers"— Presentation transcript:

1 CONTENTS 5-1 Yes/no questions and short answers
5-2 Yes/no questions and information questions 5-3 Where, why, when, and what time 5-4 Questions with who, who(m), and what 5-5 Spoken and written contractions with question words 5-6 Using what + a form of do 5-7 Using what kind of 5-8 Using which 5-9 Using whose 5-10 Using how 5-11 Using how often 5-12 Using how far 5-13 Length of time: it + take and how long 5-14 More questions with how 5-15 Using how about and what about 5-16 Tag questions

2 Marta doesn’t look happy.
5-1 YES/NO QUESTIONS AND SHORT ANSWERS Does Marta look happy? No, she doesn’t. Marta doesn’t look happy.

3 No, I don’t. (I don’t like apples.)
5-1 YES/NO QUESTIONS AND SHORT ANSWERS YES/NO QUESTION SHORT ANSWER + LONG ANSWER (a) Do you like apples? Yes, I do (I like apples.) No, I don’t. (I don’t like apples.) (b) Did he arrive? Yes, he did. (He arrived.) No, he didn’t. (He didn’t arrive.)

4 Yes, I have. Yes I have seen Jim. No, I haven’t. No, I haven’t seen
5-1 YES/NO QUESTIONS AND SHORT ANSWERS YES/NO QUESTION SHORT ANSWER + LONG ANSWER (c) Have you seen Jim? Yes, I have. Yes I have seen Jim. No, I haven’t. No, I haven’t seen Jim. (d) Is it sunny? Yes, it is It’s sunny. No, it isn’t. It isn’t sunny.

5 can be answered yes or no
5-1 YES/NO QUESTIONS AND SHORT ANSWERS YES/NO QUESTION SHORT ANSWER LONG ANSWER (e) Will he go with us? Yes, he will. Yes, he will go. No, he won’t. No, he won’t go. yes/no question can be answered yes or no

6 affirmative short answer helping verb is NOT contracted
5-1 YES/NO QUESTIONS AND SHORT ANSWERS (c) CORRECT: Yes, I have. Yes, I’ve. (d) CORRECT: Yes, it is. Yes, it’s. (e) CORRECT: Yes, he will. Yes, he’ll. affirmative short answer helping verb is NOT contracted

7 Have you been to Croatia? ______________________
5-1 LET’S PRACTICE YES / NO QUESTION Have you been to Croatia? ______________________ SHORT ANSWER Yes, I have. ______________________ LONG ANSWER Yes, I have been to Croatia. Yes, I’ve been to Croatia.

8 Can turtles run? _________________ No, they can’t. _________________
5-1 LET’S PRACTICE YES / NO QUESTION Can turtles run? _________________ SHORT ANSWER No, they can’t. _________________ LONG ANSWER No, turtles can’t run. _________________

9 ______________________ Have you been skydiving?
5-1 LET’S PRACTICE YES / NO QUESTION ______________________ Have you been skydiving? SHORT ANSWER Yes, I have. __________ LONG ANSWER Yes, I have been skydiving. Yes, I’ve been skydiving. ______________________ ______________________

10 Whose old truck is that? 5-2 YES/NO QUESTIONS AND INFORMATION

11 can be answered yes or no
5-2 YES/NO QUESTIONS AND INFORMATION QUESTIONS Are you going to college? yes/no question can be answered yes or no Where are you going to college? information question where, when, why, who, whom, what, which, whose, how

12 (a) Does he work in Beijing?
5-2 YES/NO QUESTIONS AND INFORMATION QUESTIONS (QUESTION WORD) HELPING VERB SUBJECT MAIN VERB (REST OF SENTENCE) (a) Does he work in Beijing? yes/no question (b) Where does he work ? information question

13 (c) Are you working at home? (d) Where are you working ?
5-2 YES/NO QUESTIONS AND INFORMATION QUESTIONS (QUESTION WORD) HELPING VERB SUBJECT MAIN VERB (REST OF SENTENCE) (c) Are you working at home? (d) Where are you working ? (e) Will they visit soon? (f) When will they visit ? (g) Did Jack see Jill? (h) Who(m) did Jack see ? HELPING VERB + SUBJECT + MAIN VERB

14 (i) Are you at the gym? (j) Where are you ? main verb: be
5-2 YES/NO QUESTIONS AND INFORMATION QUESTIONS (QUESTION WORD) HELPING VERB SUBJECT MAIN VERB (REST OF SENTENCE) (i) Are you at the gym? (j) Where are you ? main verb: be simple present, simple past helping verb position

15 (k) Who went with you? (l) What was wrong? subject: question word
5-2 YES/NO QUESTIONS AND INFORMATION QUESTIONS (QUESTION WORD) HELPING VERB SUBJECT MAIN VERB (REST OF SENTENCE) (k) Who went with you? (l) What was wrong? subject: question word do is not used

16 ______________________ Where does Juana live?
5-2 LET’S PRACTICE INFORMATION QUESTION ______________________ Where does Juana live? ANSWER Juana lives in Santiago, Chile.

17 _____________________ there? How long has Juana lived
5-2 LET’S PRACTICE INFORMATION QUESTION _____________________ there? How long has Juana lived ANSWER Juana has lived in Santiago for six years.

18 Juana’s friend lives with her.
5-2 LET’S PRACTICE INFORMATION QUESTION Who _______________ lives with her? ANSWER Juana’s friend lives with her.

19 What time is our meeting?
5-3 WHERE, WHY, WHEN, AND WHAT TIME What time is our meeting?

20 (a) Where did you go? Vancouver (b) Why did you go there? Because my
5-3 WHERE, WHY, WHEN, AND WHAT TIME QUESTION ANSWER (a) Where did you go? Vancouver (b) Why did you go there? Because my parents live there. where place why reason

21 (d) When did you get there?
5-3 WHERE, WHY, WHEN, AND WHAT TIME QUESTION ANSWER Six-fifteen. Around noon. A quarter to two. (c) What time did you go? Seven-thirty. Last Monday. Five hours ago. (d) When did you get there? what time on a clock when any time expression

22 When are you going to study? ________________________
5-3 LET’S PRACTICE when When are you going to study? QUESTION ________________________ ANSWER I’ll study this evening.

23 ________________________ What are you going to study?
5-3 LET’S PRACTICE what QUESTION ________________________ What are you going to study? I’m going to study geometry. ANSWER

24 ________________________ Why are you going to study geometry?
5-3 LET’S PRACTICE why ________________________ Why are you going to study geometry? QUESTION ________________________ ANSWER I’m going to study geometry because I have a test tomorrow.

25 5-4 QUESTIONS WITH WHO, WHO(M), AND WHAT
What broke? Something broke.

26 (a) Who spoke? Someone spoke. (b) Who(m) did you hear?
5-4 QUESTIONS WITH WHO, WHO(M), AND WHAT QUESTION ANSWER (a) Who spoke? Someone spoke. (b) Who(m) did you hear? I heard Ms. Adam. who subject whom object formal English

27 (c) What broke? Something broke. (d) What was it? I saw nothing.
5-4 QUESTIONS WITH WHO, WHO(M), AND WHAT QUESTION ANSWER (c) What broke? Something broke. (d) What was it? I saw nothing. what subject or object

28 INCORRECT: Who did sing?
5-4 QUESTIONS WITH WHO, WHO(M), AND WHAT QUESTION ANSWER (a) Who spoke? Someone spoke. (c) What broke? Something broke. who, what subject do not used CORRECT: Who sang? INCORRECT: Who did sing?

29 who whom what _____ What did you learn? We learned something. QUESTION
5-4 LET’S PRACTICE who whom what QUESTION _____ What did you learn? ANSWER We learned something.

30 who whom what _____ Who is at the door? Rodrigo is at the door.
5-4 LET’S PRACTICE who whom what QUESTION _____ Who is at the door? ANSWER Rodrigo is at the door.

31 With do you wish to speak? whom _____
5-4 LET’S PRACTICE who whom what QUESTION With do you wish to speak? whom _____ (formal) ANSWER I wish to speak with Dr. Poulos.

32 What’s that? What’s that? 5-5 SPOKEN AND WRITTEN CONTRACTIONS WITH
QUESTION WORDS What’s that? What’s that?

33 is are did will SPOKEN ONLY (a) “When’s he leaving?” “Why’s that?”
5-5 SPOKEN AND WRITTEN CONTRACTIONS WITH QUESTION WORDS SPOKEN ONLY (a) “When’s he leaving?” “Why’s that?” is are (b) “What’re they doing?” “Who’re you?” did (c) “Who’d you see?” “What’d she do?” will (d) “Where’ll you be?” “When’ll they be here?” contracted in speaking usually NOT written

34 only contractions with
5-5 SPOKEN AND WRITTEN CONTRACTIONS WITH QUESTION WORDS SPOKEN WRITTEN (e) Where’s the cat? Where’s the cat? What’s that? What’s that? Who’s he? Who’s he? only contractions with is + where, what or who commonly written

35 Who is that person? Who’s that person? SAY: Who’s that person?
5-5 LET’S PRACTICE Who is that person? Who’s that person? SAY: Who’s that person?

36 What did you do yesterday?
5-5 LET’S PRACTICE What did you do yesterday? What’d you do yesterday? SAY: What’d you do yesterday?

37 Who will you see at school tomorrow?
5-5 LET’S PRACTICE Who will you see at school tomorrow? Who’ll you see at school tomorrow? SAY: Who’ll you see at school tomorrow?

38 What do you do in science class?
5-6 USING WHAT + A FORM OF DO What do you do in science class?

39 (a) What does Fayud do every evening?
5-6 USING WHAT + A FORM OF DO QUESTION ANSWER (a) What does Fayud do every evening? He prepares dinner. (b) What did Amy do last weekend? She went swimming. (c) What is Amy doing now? She is reading.

40 (d) What are you going to do this week?
5-6 USING WHAT + A FORM OF DO QUESTION ANSWER (d) What are you going to do this week? I’m going to study. (e) What do you want to do tomorrow? I want to go bowling. (f) What would he like to do now? He would like to eat.

41 (g) What will you do tonight?
5-6 USING WHAT + A FORM OF DO QUESTION ANSWER (g) What will you do tonight? I’ll paint the kitchen. (h) What should I do about this mess? You should clean it up. what + form of do questions about activities am doing, will do, are going to do, did…

42 _________________ right now? They’re dancing. What are they doing
5-6 LET’S PRACTICE _________________ right now? They’re dancing. What are they doing

43 What do your brothers want to do this afternoon
5-6 LET’S PRACTICE What do your brothers want to do this afternoon ______________________________________? My brothers want to play volleyball this afternoon.

44 ______________________ this dirty van? She should wash it.
5-6 LET’S PRACTICE ______________________ this dirty van? She should wash it. What should she do about

45 What kind of flowers do you like?
5-7 USING WHAT KIND OF What kind of flowers do you like?

46 (a) What kind of shirt do you need?
5-7 USING WHAT KIND OF (a) What kind of shirt do you need? T-shirt sport shirt dress shirt formal shirt general category what kind of specific type

47 (b) What kind of vegetables do you like?
5-7 USING WHAT KIND OF (b) What kind of vegetables do you like? carrots cabbage corn onions cucumbers eggplant garlic peppers general category what kind of specific type

48 What kind of movies do you like to see?
5-7 LET’S PRACTICE What kind of movies do you like to see? Other kinds of movies: __________ Comedies. Dramas Musicals Horror Adventure

49 What kind of do you like to play?
5-7 LET’S PRACTICE What kind of do you like to play? Other kinds of sports: _____________ sports Volleyball. Soccer / football Baseball Lacrosse Archery

50 What kind of fruit do you eat every day?
5-7 LET’S PRACTICE What kind of fruit do you eat every day? Other kinds of fruit: ________ Apples. Bananas Papayas Pears Apricots

51 Which pencil do you want?
5-8 USING WHICH Which pencil do you want?

52 Would you check my answer? Sure. Which one do you want me to check?
5-8 USING WHICH (a) Would you check my answer? Sure. Which one do you want me to check? choice which what

53 Cindy: Which cities do you like to visit?
5-8 USING WHICH (b) Amy: I love to travel. Cindy: Which cities do you like to visit? singular nouns which plural nouns

54 (c) Laura: This is a photo of my family.
5-8 USING WHICH (c) Laura: This is a photo of my family. Bill: How nice. Which one is Shawna? which people

55 What did you get for your birthday?
5-8 USING WHICH (d) What did you get for your birthday? what not a choice from a group

56 _____________________? Which horse did you ride
5-8 LET’S PRACTICE _____________________? Which horse did you ride what which I rode the brown one.

57 What would you like for your birthday ______________________________?
5-8 LET’S PRACTICE what which What would you like for your birthday ______________________________? I would like some pearls for my birthday.

58 ____________________________?
5-8 LET’S PRACTICE what which ____________________________? Which do you think is more dangerous I think that the lion is more dangerous than the turtle. turtle lion

59 5-9 USING WHOSE Whose keys are these?

60 possession Whose (a) Whose (hat) is this? It’s the recruit’s (hat).
5-9 USING WHOSE (a) Whose (hat) is this? It’s the recruit’s (hat). (b) Whose (shoes) are these? They’re mine. They’re my shoes. (c) Whose phone did you use? I used Evelyn’s (phone). possession Whose

61 (d) Who’s that? Zoe Thompson.
5-9 USING WHOSE (d) Who’s that? Zoe Thompson. (e) Whose birthday cake is that? It’s Zoe’s cake. Who’s = who + is possession Whose

62 __________________________ ? Who’s going to ride the gray one
5-9 LET’S PRACTICE whose who’s __________________________ ? Who’s going to ride the gray one Harry. Harry is going to ride the grey one.

63 _____________________ ? Whose suitcase is this
5-9 LET’S PRACTICE whose who’s _____________________ ? Whose suitcase is this This is Misha’s suitcase.

64 _________________________ ? Who’s driving Rachel to school
5-9 LET’S PRACTICE whose who’s _________________________ ? Who’s driving Rachel to school Her father is driving Rachel to school.

65 5-10 USING HOW How was the beach?

66 QUESTION ANSWER I drove. / By car. (a) How did you get home?
5-10 USING HOW QUESTION ANSWER I drove. / By car. (a) How did you get home?

67 QUESTION ANSWER I drove. / By car. I took a taxi. / By taxi.
5-10 USING HOW QUESTION ANSWER I drove. / By car. I took a taxi. / By taxi. (a) How did you get home?

68 QUESTION ANSWER I drove. / By car. I took a taxi. / By taxi.
5-10 USING HOW QUESTION ANSWER I drove. / By car. I took a taxi. / By taxi. I took a bus. / By bus. (a) How did you get home?

69 QUESTION ANSWER I drove. / By car. I took a taxi. / By taxi.
5-10 USING HOW QUESTION ANSWER I drove. / By car. I took a taxi. / By taxi. I took a bus. / By bus. I flew. / By plane. (a) How did you get home?

70 QUESTION ANSWER I drove. / By car. I took a taxi. / By taxi.
5-10 USING HOW QUESTION ANSWER I drove. / By car. I took a taxi. / By taxi. I took a bus. / By bus. I flew. / By plane. I took a train. / By train. (a) How did you get home?

71 QUESTION ANSWER I drove. / By car. I took a taxi. / By taxi.
5-10 USING HOW QUESTION ANSWER I drove. / By car. I took a taxi. / By taxi. I took a bus. / By bus. I flew. / By plane. I took a train. / By train. I walked. / By foot. (a) How did you get home?

72 ask about transportation
5-10 USING HOW QUESTION ANSWER I drove. / By car. I took a taxi. / By taxi. I took a bus. / By bus. I flew. / By plane. I took a train. / By train. I walked. / By foot. (a) How did you get home? how many uses ask about transportation

73 how adjectives QUESTION ANSWER (b) How old are you? Thirty-three.
5-10 USING HOW QUESTION ANSWER (b) How old are you? Thirty-three. (c) How tall is she? About 2 meters. (d) How big is your van? It seats eleven. (e) How tired are you? Not very tired. (f) How thirsty are you? I’m very thirsty. (g) How soon will they be ready? In about one hour. (h) How well does he speak Urdu? Not very well. (i) How quickly can you finish? I can finish by 3:00. how adjectives

74 How often do you eat sushi?
5-11 USING HOW OFTEN How often do you eat sushi?

75 how often frequency QUESTION ANSWER Every day. Once a week.
5-11 USING HOW OFTEN QUESTION ANSWER Every day. Once a week. About 3 times a week. Every other day or so. Two times a month. Once a month. (a) How often do you eat out? how often frequency

76 how often = how many times QUESTION ANSWER Once. Maybe once.
5-11 USING HOW OFTEN QUESTION ANSWER Once. Maybe once. Two or three. At least four. (b) How many times a day do you eat meat? (c) How many times a week do you play tennis? (d) How many times a month do you wash your car? (e) How many times a year do you visit your dad? how often = how many times a day a week a month a year

77 _________________________ ?
5-11 LET’S PRACTICE how often _________________________ ? How often do you go to the doctor how many times _________________________________ ? How many times a year do you go to the doctor I go to the doctor about twice a year.

78 _________________________ ?
5-11 LET’S PRACTICE how often _________________________ ? How often do they go to a party how many times _________________________________ ? How many times a month do they go to a party They go to a party about once a month.

79 _________________________ ?
5-11 LET’S PRACTICE how often _________________________ ? How often does she see her family how many times __________________________________ ? How many times a week does she see her family She sees her family every Sunday.

80 How far is it to the Eiffel Tower?
5-12 USING HOW FAR How far is it to the Eiffel Tower?

81 (a) It is 4,611 km from Ottawa to Vancouver.
5-12 USING HOW FAR (a) It is 4,611 km from Ottawa to Vancouver. (b) It is 4,611 km from Ottawa to Vancouver. from Vancouver to Ottawa. to Vancouver from Ottawa. to Ottawa from Vancouver. same meaning It is + distance + from/to + to/from most common

82 (c) How far is it from Ottawa to Vancouver? 4,611 kilometers.
5-12 USING HOW FAR (c) How far is it from Ottawa to Vancouver? 4,611 kilometers. (d) How far do you live from your job? About 3 miles. How far distance 1 mile = 1.6 kilometers 1 kilometer = .614 mile

83 How far = how many miles how many kilometers how many blocks
5-12 USING HOW FAR (e) How many miles is it from Chicago to Dallas? (f) How many kilometers is it from Paris to Rome? (g) How many blocks is it to the supermarket? How far = how many miles how many kilometers how many blocks

84 _________________________ ?
5-12 LET’S PRACTICE how far _________________________ ? How far is it from Orlando to Miami how many miles _______________________________ ? How many miles is it from Orlando to Miami 228 miles. (It’s 228 miles from Orlando to Miami.)

85 ___________________________ ?
5-12 LET’S PRACTICE how far ___________________________ ? How far is it from Ankara to Istanbul how many kilometers ___________________________________ ? How many kilometers is it from Ankara to Istanbul 320 kilometers. (It’s 320 kilometers from Ankara to Istanbul.)

86 _________________________ ?
5-12 LET’S PRACTICE how far _________________________ ? How far is it to the hardware store how many blocks _______________________________ ? How many blocks is it to the hardware store 8 blocks. (It’s 8 blocks to the hardware store.)

87 How long does it take to cook a turkey?
5-13 LENGTH OF TIME: IT + TAKE AND HOW LONG How long does it take to cook a turkey?

88 It + take used with time words + infinitive
5-13 LENGTH OF TIME: IT + TAKE AND HOW LONG IT + TAKE + (SOMEONE) + LENGTH + INFINITIVE OF TIME (a) It takes four hours to cook a turkey. (b) It took Lena ten minutes to make dinner. It + take used with time words + infinitive length of time

89 It + take used with time words + infinitive
5-13 LENGTH OF TIME: IT + TAKE AND HOW LONG IT + TAKE + (SOMEONE) + LENGTH + INFINITIVE OF TIME (a) It takes four hours to cook a turkey. (b) It took Lena ten minutes to make dinner. It + take used with time words + infinitive length of time An infinitive = to + simple form of verb

90 (c) How long does it take to cook a turkey? –Four hours.
5-13 LENGTH OF TIME: IT + TAKE AND HOW LONG (c) How long does it take to cook a turkey? –Four hours. (d) How long did it take Abe to run home? –Five minutes. (e) How long did you read last night? – 45 minutes. (f) How long will you be on vacation? –Two weeks. How long length of time

91 + (g) How many weeks will you be on vacation? –Two. minutes hours days
5-13 LENGTH OF TIME: IT + TAKE AND HOW LONG (g) How many weeks will you be on vacation? –Two. minutes hours days weeks months years how many +

92 ______________________________________
5-13 LET’S PRACTICE it + take ______________________________________ It took Mr. Richards 30 minutes to ride to work. Mr. Richards rode to work. Length of time: 30 minutes.

93 ___________________________________
5-13 LET’S PRACTICE it + take ___________________________________ It took the truck 25 years to get very rusty. The truck got very rusty. Length of time: 25 years.

94 It takes us 5 minutes to drive from home to town.
5-13 LET’S PRACTICE it + take It takes us 5 minutes to drive from home to town. We drive from home to town. Length of time: 5 minutes.

95 Terrible! I’m so worried about my test!
5-14 MORE QUESTIONS WITH HOW How’s it going? Terrible! I’m so worried about my test!

96 To answer: QUESTION ANSWER (a) How do you spell “effort”? E-F-F-O-R-T
5-14 MORE QUESTIONS WITH HOW QUESTION ANSWER (a) How do you spell “effort”? E-F-F-O-R-T (b) How do you say “no” in Russian? Nyet. (c) How do you say/pronounce this word? Spell the word. To answer: Say the word. Pronounce the word.

97 Great. Fine. Okay. So-so. QUESTION ANSWER
5-14 MORE QUESTIONS WITH HOW QUESTION ANSWER (d) How are you getting along? (e) How are you doing? (f) How’s it going? Great. Fine. Okay. So-so.

98 Great. Fine. Okay. So-so. QUESTION ANSWER
5-14 MORE QUESTIONS WITH HOW QUESTION ANSWER (d) How are you getting along? (e) How are you doing? (f) How’s it going? Great. Fine. Okay. So-so. How is your life? Is your life okay? Do you have any problems? Greetings: Hi Pat. How’s it going?

99 general emotional state
5-14 MORE QUESTIONS WITH HOW QUESTION ANSWER Terrific! Wonderful! Great! Fine. Okay. So-so. A bit under the weather. Terrible! Lousy. Awful! (g) How do you feel? How are you feeling? health, general emotional state

100 How do (h) How do you do? you do? formal introduction
5-14 MORE QUESTIONS WITH HOW (h) How do you do? How do you do? formal introduction

101 ___________________? How do you spell great I spell it: G-R-E-A-T.
5-14 LET’S PRACTICE ___________________? How do you spell great I spell it: G-R-E-A-T.

102 __________________________ ?
5-14 LET’S PRACTICE __________________________ ? How do you say “happy” in Spanish Alegre. Alegre means “happy” in Spanish.

103 ___________________ ? ___________________ ? How do you feel
5-14 LET’S PRACTICE you ___________________ ? How do you feel ___________________ ? How are you feeling A bit under the weather.

104 5-15 USING HOW ABOUT AND WHAT ABOUT
How about joining our study group?

105 We need something to drink with dinner.
5-15 USING HOW ABOUT AND WHAT ABOUT (a) We need something to drink with dinner. What about How about iced tea?

106 (b) What time should What about How about we serve the soup? 7:30?
5-15 USING HOW ABOUT AND WHAT ABOUT (b) What time should we serve the soup? What about How about 7:30?

107 (c) What do you What about How about want to do going to a
5-15 USING HOW ABOUT AND WHAT ABOUT (c) What do you want to do this weekend? What about How about going to a museum?

108 (d) What about How about That sounds like inviting Edith a good idea.
5-15 USING HOW ABOUT AND WHAT ABOUT (d) What about How about That sounds like a good idea. inviting Edith to join us?

109 + How about What about noun or –ing form of verb same meaning & usage
5-15 USING HOW ABOUT AND WHAT ABOUT (a) What about ice tea? (a) How about iced tea? (b) How about 7:30? (b) What about 7:30? (c) What about going to a museum? (c) How about going to a museum? (d) What about inviting Edith to join us? (d) How about inviting Edith to join us? How about What about noun or –ing form of verb same meaning & usage + suggestions or offers

110 I’m not worried. We have time to study.
5-15 USING HOW ABOUT AND WHAT ABOUT I’m not worried. We have time to study. I’m worried. How about you? (e)

111 (f) How about you What about you No. What about you? Are you worried?
5-15 USING HOW ABOUT AND WHAT ABOUT No. What about you? Are you worried? (f) I’m very worried. question about preceding information How about you What about you

112 When do you want to go on vacation?
5-15 LET’S PRACTICE When do you want to go on vacation? What about May What about May 6th? How about How about May 6th?

113 What time shall we leave?
5-15 LET’S PRACTICE What time shall we leave? What about What about 5:00? How about How about 5:00?

114 We need a new house. ___________________ __________________ What about
5-15 LET’S PRACTICE We need a new house. What about How about ___________________ What about this house? __________________ How about this house? It is for sale. It is for sale.

115 Sydney isn’t in Africa, is it?
5-16 TAG QUESTIONS Sydney isn’t in Africa, is it?

116 (c) Susan can play the flute, can’t she?
5-16 TAG QUESTIONS AFFIRMATIVE (+) NEGATIVE (-) (a) You play tennis, don’t you? (b) Lonnie is a doctor, isn’t she? (c) Susan can play the flute, can’t she? end of sentence auxiliary verb tag question affirmative main verb negative tag question

117 (e) Lonnie isn’t a lawyer, is she? (f) Susan can’t swim, can she?
5-16 TAG QUESTIONS NEGATIVE (-) AFFIRMATIVE (+) (d) You don’t play golf, do you? (e) Lonnie isn’t a lawyer, is she? (f) Susan can’t swim, can she? negative main verb affirmative tag question

118 5-16 TAG QUESTIONS SPEAKER’S IDEA (g) I think you like this brand.

119 You like this brand, don’t you? Yes, I do. SPEAKER’S QUESTION
5-16 TAG QUESTIONS SPEAKER’S QUESTION EXPECTED ANSWER You like this brand, don’t you? Yes, I do.

120 5-16 TAG QUESTIONS SPEAKER’S IDEA (h) I think that he isn’t tired yet.

121 No, I’m not. You’re not tired, are you? SPEAKER’S QUESTION
5-16 TAG QUESTIONS SPEAKER’S QUESTION EXPECTED ANSWER No, I’m not. You’re not tired, are you?

122 speaker doesn’t know the answer
5-16 TAG QUESTIONS COMPARE (i) Do you know how to swim? speaker doesn’t know the answer (j) You know how to swim, don’t you? speaker is making sure

123 They look happy, ________? don’t they
5-16 LET’S PRACTICE don’t they isn’t it do they They look happy, ________? don’t they

124 Your yard doesn’t look like this, _______ ? does it
5-16 LET’S PRACTICE Your yard doesn’t look like this, _______ ? does it is it doesn’t it does it

125 I enjoy dancing, ________ ? don’t you
5-16 LET’S PRACTICE I enjoy dancing, ________ ? don’t you don’t you isn’t it wasn’t it

126 Images used under license from: Shutterstock, Inc.
PHOTO CREDITS Images used under license from: Shutterstock, Inc. 126 126


Download ppt "CONTENTS 5-1 Yes/no questions and short answers"

Similar presentations


Ads by Google