A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS
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Reported Questions Games
1. Reporting personal questions
Work in twos or threes. Take turns asking each other questions until one of you repeats
the same question or gives up.
Take turns trying to remember questions that your partner asked you. Continue until one of
you gives up.
Useful language for playing the game
“You asked me when/ where/ what/ which/ how/ how often/ how long/ how far/ when…”
“You asked me if/ whether…”
“Yes, that’s right”
“I’m not sure. Maybe.”/ “I can’t remember. That might be right.”
“Actually, I asked you…”
2. Reported questions bluffing game
Choose one of the people below. Decide if you can really remember some questions that
they should ask you or if you will make up something. Take something small like a pen cap
and hide it in your right hand if you will say something true or in your left hand if you will
use your imagination. Report the question to your partner. Perhaps after asking questions
like “What did you say?”/ “How did you reply?” your partner will guess if your answer was
true or false. Show them the pen in one of your hands so they can see if they guessed
correctly or not.
Suggested people to report questions from
cabin crew/ air stewardess
classmate/ school friend
waiter/ waitress/ server
Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2016