2 A Friendly Visit 1 Dad, I think we have visitors. Who are they?Be kind, son. Their brains aren’t very big.Oh, they’re human beings.I don’t know. Why are their heads so small?
3 A Friendly Visit 2 Greetings from Earth. What is your language? Our spaceship broke down. Where are we?Welcome to our planet.Would you like some iced tea?Why are you here?You are very far from home.Our language is ₪. But I want to practice my English.
4 FunctionWh- questions ask for information. They cannot be answered with a yes or no.We are from Earth.Where are you from?Yes.
5 Singular and PluralUse is for singular subjects and are for plural subjects.singularWhere is your spaceship?pluralWhat are your plans?
6 Who Who asks about people. Who are you? Who is your leader? person
7 What What asks about things. What is your language? Ez5ik[thingWhat is your language?thingsWhat are your names?
8 WhereWhere asks about places.Where is your spaceship?Where are we?
9 Why Why asks for a reason. Why are you here? Why are their heads so small?
10 Because they landed on the moon. With a partner, read the answers and ask wh-questions.Practice 1Example:Why are they happy?What is his hobby?Where is he from?Who are they?The United States.They’re aliens.His hobby is soccer.Because they landed on the moon.
11 Contractions Where is the mustard? Where’s What is on TV? What’s We often use contractions for wh- questions with is in speaking and informal writing.Where is the mustard?Where’sWhat is on TV?What’s
12 AnswersWe usually give short answers to wh-questions. We can give long answers too.Because I eat a lot of broccoli.My skin is green because I eat a lot of broccoli.Why is your skin green?shortanswerlonganswer
13 Use the clues to ask and answer wh- questions with a partner. Practice 2Example:Who is he?He is a doctor.1. spaceship2. firefighterWhere is she?Who is he?She is in a spaceship.He is a fire fighter.3. alien4. he sees a spaceshipWhat is he?Why is he scared?doctorHe is an alien.He sees a spaceship.