Subject and Object Questions Activity

This is a downloadable ESL sentence matching activity to present or practise the difference between subject and object questions.

Activity to practise subject and object questions

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Aim To present or practise the difference between subject and object questions.
Activity Students make questions by connecting question halves.
Organisation Pair work
Preparation Make enough copies of the activity for the pairs of students in your class.
Cut and mix up sentences.
What do I do?
  1. Divide students into pairs and give them the cut up questions.
  2. Students make questions by matching the question halves.
  3. Get feedback from different pairs.

When did you last | go to the cinema?
What time did you | get up this morning?
Where do you like to | go on holiday?
How many hours | do you sleep?
How much does | a cup of coffee cost in your country?
Who has | a cat?
What happened on | September 11th in New York?
Who became president of | the United States of America in 2000?
Who won | the World Cup in 2002?
Who lives | here?

Keith Taylor
Keith is the co-founder of Eslbase. He has been a teacher and teacher trainer for over 20 years, in Indonesia, Australia, Morocco, Spain, Italy, Poland, France and now in the UK.

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