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Form a correct question to ask about the information written in different colours: I play chess with John in the club every day because we have nothing else to do. 1) Who plays chess with John in the club every day? 2) What do you do with John in the club every day? 3) Who do you play chess in club every day with ? 4) Where do you play chess with John every day? 5) How often do you play chess with John in the club? 6) Why do you play chess with John in the club every day?
a) PACKING THINGS TO SCHOOL: What do you usually take? What do you often forget to take? What do you never take to school? What don’t you want to pack to school?
b) GOING ON HOLIDAYS: Where do you never go? Where do you like going? What do you usually enjoy doing there?
c) SOCIAL LIFE: How often do you watch TV? What programmes do you usually watch? What programmes do you never watch? Do you ever go to the cinema? What movies do you usually choose to go to the cinema to watch? Do you admire any celebrity (politician/scientist/musician/sportsman)? Why do you admire him/her? What music do you listen to? What clothes do people who listen to that music wear? LADY GAGA, g/wikipedia/commons/4/4 c/LadyGagaJuly2011.jpg g/wikipedia/commons/4/4 c/LadyGagaJuly2011.jpg STEVE JOBS, a.org/wikipedia/comm ons/thumb/5/54/Steve_ Jobs.jpg/411px- Steve_Jobs.jpg a.org/wikipedia/comm ons/thumb/5/54/Steve_ Jobs.jpg/411px- Steve_Jobs.jpg
d/ VISITING PEOPLE: What do you usually bring as a gift? What do you often talk about? What do you never talk about?
Form a questionnaire with 10 interesting questions in Present simple. Example: 1) What do you usually say when your mum asks you to wash up? 2) Why do you sometimes come late to school? 3) What colour do you wear the most? … Write the answers into your chart: Use a variety of WH-question words: WHAT, WHICH, WHY, WHEN, HOW, WHO, … You may use these verbs: SLEEP, BRING, TAKE, LISTEN, DANCE, LEARN, USE, HELP, FEEL, REACT, ASK, COOK, RIDE, EAT, READ, PLAY, WANT, … QuestionStudent 1Student 2Student 3 1) 2) 3)