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Practice Using Question Words 2 | Basic Level

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  • Instructions
  • Complete each blank in the sentences below using question words (or interrogative pronouns) such as who, where, what, which, how long, how much, and so on.

    When you finish each item, click “Answer.”

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1. are you going to work tomorrow? — I’m  driving.

How are you going to work tomorrow?

(Note. You must capitalize the first letter of “how.” Write How, not how.)

2. Oh, no! are my glasses? — On your desk.

Oh, no! Where are my glasses? ...

(Note. You must capitalize the first letter of “where.” Write Where, not where.)

3. glasses are these? They’re not mine.

Whose glasses are these? ...

(Note. You must capitalize the first letter of “whose.” Write Whose, not whose.)

4. is the supermarket? — Next to the post office.

Where is the supermarket? ...

5. do you pronounce “indict” in English? — You pronounce /ɪnˈdaɪt/.

How do you pronounce “indict” in English? ...

6. is this letter from? — It’s from my father.

Who is this letter from? ...

Also whom in formal English.

7. are your parents? — My father is 46 and my mother is 43.

How old are your parents? ...

8. pizzas would you like? — Only one, please.

How many pizzas would you like?

9. is the pizza? — It’s $21.45.

How much is the pizza?

10. birthday is it today? — My mother’s.

Whose birthday is it tody?

11. is she? — She’s 43 years old.

How old is she?

12. are your music lessons? — Twice a week. (Two times a week.)

How often are your lessons?

13. is John talking to? — To his teacher.

Who is John talking to?

Also whom in formal English.

14. (In a parking lot) one is your car? — That red one over there.

Which one is your car? ...

15. is our flight to Chicago? — At 2 p.m. on Saturday.

When is your flight to Chicago? ...

16. is there a test in this course? — Every Friday.

How often is there a test in this course? ...

17. is your house? — It’s white.

What color is your house? ...

18. is going to the party? — Only you, my brother, and I.

Who is going to the party?

19. computers do you have? — Only one.

How many computers do you have?

20. sugar would you like in your coffee? — I don’t like any sugar in my coffee.

How much sugar do you like in your coffee?

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