Asking Appropriate Questions Worksheets:
Ask and Answer –
Use one of the question words below to complete each question. Then write an answer on the line.
It's Good to Meet You! –
When you meet people for the first time, there is often an opportunity to get to know someone a
little bit by asking them questions about themselves. When asking questions of someone you have just met, it is most appropriate not to be too personal.
Using More Question Words –
Use the words who, what, where, when, why, how, which, and how much to form questions. Complete each question below by filling in the correct question word.
Seven Questions –
Study the picture. Write seven questions about the picture.
Getting to Know You –
Use the question words below as prompts to create questions that will help you get to know one of your classmates better.
The Question Game –
Partner #1: Study the picture. Try to think of every possible question that your partner could ask about the picture. Write down every question you think of. Partner #2: Write down every appropriate question you can think to ask about the picture.
The Job Interview –
Imagine that you are applying for a job at the library. Your main responsibility will be to read stories to children during story time on the weekends.
Be A Reporter –
Imagine that you are a reporter with your school newspaper. You have been given an assignment to interview your teacher for the Personality of the Week column.
Can I Ask That? –
Look at each picture. Then write three appropriate questions about each picture.
The Art of Conversation –
Imagine that you have been selected to attend AllCounty Chorus, and you are the only representative from your school. Get to know some of the other students by starting a friendly conversation.