This week I forced you not to be lazy and to really practice the interrogative form and question tags. We also made a big effort to make comments to get the hang of real conversation dynamic.
Before doing the homework, you may want to check some of your question formation abilities: question formation quiz, question formation word rearranging.
This week, learners can try listening to a BBC Grammar Explanation about Questions with Like or listen to an ELLLO survey about habits.
For original version try giving a listen to a clip from one of the best interview radio shows Fresh Air or WTF with Marc Maron. Another option is to check out one of the Great Interviews of the 20th century.
Learners can choose one of the topics of questions and read through the survey. Try answering some of the questions out loud!
For original version, read some of the interviews between celebrities from Interview magazine.
This week you have a couple different writing possibilities. You can select a famous person from history, someone you admire or a celebrity and write out some thoughtful interview questions. Be creative and try to write some complex questions!
Or you can write a survey that you would like to give out to poll the general public on a topic of your choice.