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Police questions

Police questions

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Published by Mike Khokhlovych
A Worksheet for Pre-Intermediate students to practice forming questions in Past Simple and Present Simple in the context of Police
A Worksheet for Pre-Intermediate students to practice forming questions in Past Simple and Present Simple in the context of Police

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Published by: Mike Khokhlovych on Feb 08, 2013
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Invent your biography.

Answer the questions:

1. What’s your name? 2. Where do you come from? 3. What are you like? 4. Do you lke being a policeman? 5. Do you have a family? 6. What’s it like? 7. What weapon do you use? 8. Can you drive a car? 9. Do you believe you’re making the world better?
Underline the verb in the questions. What do you see? Put questions into two categories (Do and no DO)

You make a question from everything you hear. e.g. I am nine. Are you nine? 1. I am from the mafia 2. I can speak Spanish 3. I would love to shoot you. 4. I hate you all 5. I need to go to the bathroom. 6. I love my family.
How are questions made in Past Simple? What about Past Continuous?

1. I came here at two o’clock. 2. I was hungry. 3. I killed three people 4. I was in the car 5. He was standing there 6. The bank robbed itself.

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