Subject Questions- Personalised Quizzes

A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS

Level: Beginner
Topic: General
Grammar Topic: Questions
Type: Lesson Plans
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Published: 13th Apr 2020

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Personalised Quizzes with Subject Questions

Quiz about me subject questions practice
Ask questions about yourself starting with who, which, what or whose that your partner 
probably can’t answer like:
 What bit me when I was on holiday in Thailand?
 What makes me angry?
 What motivates me to study English?
 What scared me last week?
 What scares me?
 What will be my biggest purchase next year?
 Which athletes have inspired me?
 Which famous person signed my T shirt?
 Which foods disgust me?
 Which parent made me do housework when I was younger?
 Which TV programme is my favourite?
 Who apologised to me yesterday?
 Who complimented me on this haircut?
 Who decorated my bedroom?
 Who followed me first on Twitter? 
 Who helped me move house?
 Who is my hero?
 Who last visited my house?
 Who looked after me when my parents were busy?
 Who taught me to juggle?
 Whose old teddy bear is mine now?

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2020

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Quiz about you subject questions practice
Ask questions about your partner starting with who, which, what or whose which they 
probably can’t answer like:
 Who was your first teacher at primary school?
 Which TV programme was on when you got home yesterday?
 Who chose your name?
 Whose shoes are next to yours in your lobby?
 What last woke you up in the middle of the night?
 Which people in your family disagreed with your choice of job?

You get one point if they say “I don’t know”, but no points if the question is impossible to 
answer for other reasons, e.g. they don’t have a TV. 

Quizzes about families subject questions practice
Ask questions about your partner’s family starting with who, which, what or whose which 
they probably can’t answer like:
 What is in your mother’s coat pockets now?
 What songs irritate your cousins?
 Who gave your father chocolates on Valentine’s Day when he was 18?
 Who last borrowed money from your brother?
 Who took your grandfather to the dentist when he was young?
 Which student does your brother sit next to at school?
 Which sport is most interesting to your uncle?

You get one point if they say “I don’t know”, but no points if the question is impossible to 
answer for other reasons, e.g. they don’t have an uncle. 

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2020

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