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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #110118: Question Words
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    Question Words

    Complete the questions. A few sentences are a dialogue between 2 people.

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    English exercise "Question Words" created by zilazila with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from zilazila]
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    1. Yesterday my daughter left her bag at the restaurant. >> Where ?

    2. I gave my book to my friend last week. >> Why

    3. She bought a new dress last month. >> When ?

    4. My grandmother is cleaning the refrigerator. >> Who ?

    5. My neighbour goes to the pool at 9 o'clock every day. >> What time ?

    6. I have ten pens in my drawers.>> How many ?

    7. He talks to Peter about some important subject.>> Who ?

    8. They always go swimming twice a day in the summer. >> How often ?

    9. I want to buy a red car. >> What ?

    10. My house is 50 kilometres far from the shopping centre. >> How far ?

    11. My niece is very tall, she is 5' 11'' tall. >> How tall ?

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