A complete question words in english pdf with explanations lesson 4




A complete question words in english pdf with explanations and examples.

    1. An introduction to question words in english pdf can be downloaded.

Hi guys welcome back for those who are just starting today I’m Julia your
online English teacher and I’m here to introduce lesson 4 to you. This lesson
is very important because you are going to learn the words how where when what
why and who. These are question words in english pdf or interrogative words or
interrogative pronouns they will enable you to ask lots of questions about lots
of different things. And what is also interesting is that you are going to
play with two things mainly. You are going to play with sentence structure or
syntax, where do I place my verb where does my subject go? When this word is the
first word that appears in the sentence. This question word is the first word.
Where are you? How are you? So that’s the first thing that you’re going to be
practicing. The second aspect which is going to be quite new today is that
you’re going to play with intonation. When you ask a question in English the
voice goes up. How are you I am fine Where is he? He is here. So a lot of
pronunciation I’d like you to really repeat as much as possible aloud. This
will give you confidence it will also help you start using the muscles the
tongue the the positioning of everything correctly so that will boost your
confidence and it would also help you memorize words correctly. So you will
know how to spell them but you will also know how to pronounce them. So those are
two different exercises and it’s important to em value both. Correct
spelling is one thing and correct pronunciation is another. Because by now
you may have noticed English is not phonetic so who and how similar sound
her who and how they don’t start with the same letter when we write them.
So do you pay attention to that try and memorize the way things are spelt and
ways things are pronounced so that’s it really guys, I just would like you to
also really follow the process the order of each lesson to get the most out of
each lesson. We have established an order so you have various components. You have
as usual your story, your dialogue of the day, followed by a vocabulary list so key
words that are read out for good pronunciation. So once again seize that
opportunity and repeat out loud focus on your vowel sounds a e I o u
and the variations which we create with those different vowels. After that second
point you will move on to the third point which is the grammar points. As we
said question words how to make questions then you will do a little
recap with the questions and answers followed by then recap with me. So I’m
going to let you study now and I look forward to seeing you at the end of this
lesson during the recap video. So that’s it guys
see you later bye bye. Welcome to dialogue 4.
Where is a good dentist?
Where is the fireman?
Where is the flight attendant?
Where are the classrooms?
Where are the policemen?
Who is a good lawyer?
Who is a plumber?
Who is a technician?
Who are the firemen?
Why is he a good teacher?
Why is she a judge?
Why are they not nurses why anti photographers?
What is a good sales assistant what is a bad hairdresser?
What are badger reporters what are good teachers?
When is the class? When is the lesson?
When are the classes? When are the lessons?
How is a good nurse? How is a bad vet?
How are the classes?
How is the school? How is your teacher? Goodbye.
Welcome to dialogue 4.
Where is a good dentist?
Where is the fireman?
Where is the flight attendant?
Where are the classrooms?
Where are the policemen?
Who is a good lawyer?
Who is a plumber?
Who is a technician?
Who are the firemen?
Why is he a good teacher?
Why is she a judge?
Why are they not nurses? Why aren’t they photographers?
What is a good sales assistant? What is a bad hairdresser?
What are bad reporters? What are good teachers?
When is the class? When is the lesson?
When are the classes? When are the lessons?
How is a good nurse? How is he a bad vet?
How are the classes?
How is the school? How is your teacher? goodbye.
Vocabulary lesson 4. Listen and repeat. Today’s vocabulary.
Where.
Where.
Who.
Why. Why.
What. What.
When.
When. How.
How.
A fireman. firemen.
A fireman. firemen.
A flight attendant. Flight attendants.
A flight attendant. Flight attendants.
A hairdresser. hairdressers.
A hairdresser. hairdressers.
A judge. Judges.
A judge. Judges.
A lawyer. Lawyers.
A lawyer. Lawyers.
A nurse. nurses.
A nurse. nurses.
A photographer. photographers.
A photographer. photographers.
A plumber. plumbers.
A plumber. plumbers.
A policeman. policemen.
A policeman. policemen.
A reporter. reporters.
A reporter. reporters.
A sales assistant. Sales assistants.
A sales assistant. Sales assistants.
A technician. Technicians.
A technician. Technicians.
A vet. Vets.
A vet. Vets.
A waiter. Waiters.
A waiter. Waiters.
A school. Schools.
A school. Schools.
That is all for today.
Vocabulary lesson 4. Listen and repeat. today’s vocabulary
where.
where
who
why why
what what
when
when how
how
a fireman. fireman
a fireman. fireman
a flight attendant flight attendants
a flight attendant flight attendants
a hairdresser hairdressers
a hairdresser hairdressers
a judge judges
a judge judges
a lawyer lawyers
a lawyer lawyers
a nurse nurses
a nurse nurses
a photographer photographers
hagh refer photographers
a plumber plumbers
a plumber plumbers
a policeman. policemen
a policeman. policemen
a reporter reporters
a reporter reporters
a sales assistant, sales assistants.
a sales assistant, sales assistants.
a technician, technicians
a technician, technicians
A vet, vets
A vet, vets
A waiter, waiters.
A waiter, waiters.
A school, schools.
A school, schools.
That is all for today.
Welcome to grammar practice free English course online. For today’s grammar points
question words in english pdf. Questions with to be. Who, Why, When, Where, What, How a question word or
interrogative pronoun is used in questions. Question words are placed at
the beginning of the question. Question words include: Who, Why, When, Where, What,
How. Who is used to ask a question about a person or people. Why is used to ask a
question about a reason. When is used to ask a question about a moment in time.
Where is used to ask a question about a place. What is used to ask a question
about an object an idea an action. How is used to ask a question about a
way, manner or means. Positive form
Who:-Who is a good vet? Who are they? Why? Why is he a judge? Why are they here? when
When is it? When are the classes? Where: Where is the flight attendant? Where are
they? What: What is this? What are they? How: How are you? how are they? Who is a good
vet? Who are they? Why is he a judge? Why are they here? When: When is it? When are the
classes?
Where is the flight attendant? Where are they?
What is this? what are they? how are you? how are they? Negative form: Who, who isn’t?
it well who isn’t a good vet? Why: why is he not a good judge?
Why isn’t he a good judge? When: When is he not here? when isn’t he here?
Where: Where are they not? Where aren’t they? What: What isn’t okay? What is not
okay? How: How aren’t you ill? How are you not
ill? Who? Who isn’t well? Who isn’t a good vet? Why: Why is he not a good judge?
Why isn’t he a good judge? When: When is he not here? When isn’t he here?
Where are they not? Where aren’t they? What isn’t okay? What is not okay? How
aren’t you ill? How are you not ill?
That’s it for today.
Welcome to questions and answers, read out loud the answer.
Where is London?
In England.
Where are the classrooms?
In the school.
Why is he a good teacher?
Because he’s not a bad teacher.
Who is a good lawyer?
He is a good lawyer?
How is the school?
The school is red.
Who is a good fireman?
He is a good fireman.
Where is New York?
New York is in America.
When is the lesson?
The lesson is now.
Why is he a bad vet.
Because he’s not a good vet.
What is a good Apple?
A good Apple is red and green.
Hii guys and welcome back. let’s do the recap number four, lesson four
together. Now the focus of this recap video is very much pronunciations. We’re
going to do a lot of pronunciation together and a very quick grammar review.
So let’s look first of all at the question words that have been introduced
in today’s lesson. Once again I recommend that you transcribe these words
phonetically so as to pronounce them perfectly so let’s start off with who. We
actually can’t hear the W here. Who; it’s like an H sound, Who just like how. Then
we have WHY. where we don’t actually hear the H we just hear the wer. Why just
like in where and when so try and practice those words. Let’s repeat them
together; who, why, how, well, when, are the pronunciation tip for today. We mentioned
before in recap 1 and 2 notably that stress patterns are very important.
So we’re going to try and focus emphasize maybe stress even the first
sound of the word for example Photo PHotograph but that rule changes when
the word becomes longer. So listen to the difference here photo, photograph,
photographer, Do you see the difference? I am actually stressing the sounds not the
first sound. Listen photographer the second and third
sound are more important. Those are the ones that we are highlighting here so
repeat after me photo. photographs, photographer. So that
is also true with other long words in today’s lesson like fireman, hairdresser. Hair
dresser, this is a compound noun there are two words together, hair-dresser so
we’re going to stress the beginning of each. Hair Dresser, hairdresser and in
this lesson I’ve noticed my students make this mistake a lot. There is a
particular sound which is like DJ Joe can you hear it sure that
sound you’ve seen already in three words so far. You’ve seen it with job job not
job some of my students mispronounce this word so really make an effort with
this beautiful sound jug job. You’ve seen it also in the word judge, judge and
engineer. So repeat the three with me job judge engineer. So that’s all the
pronunciation for today. A quick grammar review we saw that the plural of nouns
can sometimes be a straightforward rule. We add the s, assistant assistans.
Sometimes we have to add es like a watch, watches and sometimes the word changes,
like man becomes men in the plural form. Like in this particular dialogue you
have fireman that becomes firemen. That’s it for today I’ll see you soon.




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