This lesson is aimed at elementary and junior high school students but it can be applied to all levels of English learning.

It focuses on the correct word order for simple questions.

Consider the following everyday questions:

How are you?

Where are you?

What is it?

As you can see, the word for the question comes first followed by the verb and then the noun or pronoun.
The correct word order for the question is highlighted in each section.
This lesson works with the lesson for IT ITS IT’S.
1. What time it is?
2. What time is it?
3. What it is time?
4. What time it’s?

1. Where you are?
2. Where you?
3. You are where?
4. Where are you?

1. How old are you?
2. How old you are?
3. How you are old?
4. You are old how?

1. Why you late?
2. Why late you?
3. Why are you late?
4. Why you are late?

1. What’s it’s used for?
2. What’s is used for?
3. What it is used for?
4. What’s it used for?

1. Has a leopard spots?
2. A leopard has spots?
3. A leopard has got spots?
4. Has a leopard got spots?

1. Are you tired?
2. You are tired?
3. Tired you?
4. Tired you are?

1. Who calling?
2. Who is it calling?
3. Who it is calling?
4. Who it calling?

1. When arrive the bus?
2. When the bus arrive?
3. When do the bus arrive?
4. When does the bus arrive?

1. Which platform it is?
2. It is which platform?
3. Which platform is it?
4. Is it which platform?


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