Questions about Daily Routines- Mix and Match

A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS

Level: Beginner
Topic: Time
Grammar Topic: Questions
Type: Lesson Plans
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Published: 8th Sep 2020

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Single page version
Make a question which your partner will say “No” to from words in the columns below and 
see if they can change that question to a one which you say 
“Yes” to, if possible by only 
changing one or two columns. 

Do you
Do you 
Do you 
Do you 
Do you
Do you
Do you
Do you
Do you
Do you
Do you sometimes
Do you usually
Do you always

brush
comb
cook 
eat 
listen to
make 
pack 
put on 
take off 
wash
wash
watch
write on

your bag
your body
your breakfast
your clothes
your dinner
your face
your hair
your homework
your lunch
music
your shoes
your teeth
the TV

in the morning?
in the evening?
at seven o’clock?
before breakfast?
at seven thirty?
at midnight?
before ten fifteen?
at twelve o’clock?
after breakfast?
after you eat lunch?
on Sundays?
in the shower?
before school?

Cards version
Make a question which you are sure that partner will say “No” to from words on the cards 
below. Then see if they can change it to a question which you say 
“Yes” to, if possible by 
only changing one or two cards. You can also write on the blank cards to make similar silly
or normal questions. 

p. 2

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2020

Do you

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put on

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your homework

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at twelve o’clock?

p. 12

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2020

Do you

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take off

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your lunch

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after breakfast?

p. 13

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2020

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