Subject questions grammar and speaking

Subject Questions

What are the topics of the questions below?

Who do you live with?

Who would you like to work for?

Who leaves your house first in the morning?

Who controls the money in your family?

Who do you do usually spend your weekends with?

Who do you usually talk to first when you have problems?

Who gives you presents on your birthday?

Who do you give presents to?

Who do you go out in the evenings with?

Who do you stay with when you visit your home town?

Who do you still know in your hometown?

Who do you celebrate your birthday with?

Who enjoys Christmas most in your family?

Who phones you most often?

Who do you phone most often?

Hint: The topics are Friends and family, Hobbies and free time, Work and studies, Accommodation, Hometown, Celebrations and Festivals

Ask and answer the questions above.

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Worksheet Two- Grammar

Without looking at Worksheet One, fill the gaps to make the questions:

Who _________________ (live) with?

Who ____________________ (would like work) for?

Who __________________ (control) the money in your family?

Who ___________________ (usually spend) your weekends with?

Who ____________________ (usually talk) to first when you have problems?

Who __________________ (give) presents on your birthday?

Who _______________ (give) presents to?

Who ________________ (go out) in the evenings with?

Who _________________ (stay with) when you visit your home town?

Who ___________________ (still know) in your hometown?

Who ___________________ (celebrate) your birthday with?

Who __________________ (enjoy) Christmas most in your family?

Who _________________ (phone) you most often?

Who ______________________ (phone) most often?

Check your answers with Worksheet One.

With a new copy of Worksheet Two with the gaps blank, try to remember the questions and ask and answer in pairs.

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