Friday, 21 October 2016

Qs you should be able to answer

What's your name? Where are you from? Have you got brothers and/or sisters? Are they younger or older? Where do you live? What are your hobbies? What is/are your favourite subjects at school? Have you got pets? What are the seasons in a year? How many days are there in one year? How many months are there in one year? Could you tell me the names of the months in English? How many days are there in one week? How many weeks are there in one year? What are the days of the week? When did you last go to the cinema? What film did you watch? Did you like it? (The film that you watched) How many people live in your house? Do you live in a flat or in a house? Is your house big or small? How many rooms are there in your house? What is your address? What do you have for breakfast? Can you swim? Can you play the piano? How often do you go to the dentist? Say thenumbers between 60 and 70. Count between these two numbers. Have you got a mobile phone, car, tablet, ipad? Have you got an Internet connection or facility at home? How many things are there in your bedroom? Have you ever travelled to France, Portugal, the UK? Have you ever been to Germany, the US, England? What do your parents do? What are your parents' professons? What do you want to be when you grow up? What do you want your professon to be? What would you like to eat or drink now? Have you got a facebook account? How many friens have you got on facebook? Have you got a twitter account? How many hours are there in one day? What time is it? How do you get to the supermarket/ sports centre? Tell me the name of ten farm animals? Where is France, Portugal? Do you speak English? How many languages do you speak? Who wrote Hamlet? Do you like reading books? What is the last book you read? Who is the prime minister in the UK? What is the name of the Queen of England? How many States are there in the USA? Tell me the name of some computer devices that you remember. Where is the life vest in an airplane? What did you do last weekend? Do you believe in UFOs? Do you think they exist? Why? How long is one inch?

Order of the adjectives in English


Wednesday, 12 October 2016

ill or sick?

Apparently, sick can be placed before a noun and sick can't. In British English sick also means vomit or be about to. Ill can be in expressions like: ill-mannered or ill-treated. Both mean to be in poor health conditions.