Learn how to ask & respond to 30+ different questions. You can use it to let’s say, “break the ice”?
Add filler words like the ones below and you have a “Go-To” questions ready, always.
So… like.. umm… well… yo… dude… my friend… amigo..
I’ve got a question. / have you ever thought of. Did you ever wonder?
Who – used in questions to ask about people.
- Who do you think will win the gold medal?
- Who wants to go to the basketball game?
- Who just said that?
- Who is the best person that you have ever met?
- Who is the person that you love the most?
- Who is the most beautiful in your family?
What is just what – something, anything.
- What are they doing?
- What time is it?
- What do you want to eat?
- What would you like?
- What do you want to be?
- What do you think about doing later?
Where is used in questions to ask about location.
- Where do you normally go for lunch?
- Where do you want to eat lunch?
- Where do you work, in the city, or do you work from home?
- Where do you want to go tonight to do something?
- Where is your school located?
- Where did you go to study psychology in University?
When is used in questions to ask about time.
- When does the train arrive?
- When does the class finish?
- When are you free?
- When should we meet?
- When will you finish work?
Why is used in questions to ask about reasons.
- Why are you so happy today?
- Why are you crying, did something happen?
- Why were you running late to work today ?
- Why did you do that at work, you know that’s not good?
- Why didn’t you studying for the test?
- Why do you think he did that?
- Why are you running?
- Why do we need to study English?
Which is used in questions to ask about choices?.
- Which do you prefer? Pizza or Pasta?
- Which teacher did you like the most in University?
- Which of my books would you like to borrow, to read?
- Which movie did you just watch?
- Which way is it to the bathroom, left or right, up or down?
- Which restaurant shall we go to, tonight, or wait, should we go tomorrow?
How is used in questions to ask about various things including way / manner, condition/quality, and extent/degree.
- How are you doing today?
- How old are you?
- How many countries have you visited?
- How was your vacation in Bali?
- How tall is your mom?
- How big is your grandparents home?
- How long is the river by your place, you live in?
- How far is the restaurant from your house ?
BONUS! Sentence Structure lesson coming next week!
There are four types of English sentence, classified by their purpose:
- Declarative Sentence (statement)
- Interrogative Sentence (question)
- Imperative Sentence (command)
- Exclamative Sentence (exclamation)