Asking And Answering Simple Questions 



Welcome to class!

In today’s class, we shall be talking about Asking and Answering Simple Questions using Present, Past, and Future Tense with Appropriate Intonation. This is where you’ll master the art of crafting questions and responses that cover different timeframes, all while using the right tone of voice to convey meaning. 

Asking And Answering Simple Questions


Imagine we’re investigative reporters, seeking answers about different times and events! 🎙️🗣️ Today, we’ll dive into the world of questions and answers that involve actions in the present, past, and future. Just like getting to the heart of a story, your conversations will reveal details about various moments. 

Present Tense Questions and Answers:

Question: “Where is the teacher?”

Answer: “He is in the class.”

Past Tense Questions and Answers:

Past Tense Questions and Answers

Question: “What did you do yesterday?”

Answer: “I played soccer with my friends.”

Future Tense Questions and Answers:

Question: “What will you do tomorrow?”

Answer: “I will go to the library to read.”

Intonation Matters:

Remember, the rise and fall of your voice (intonation) can change a statement into a question. You must make sure to adjust your tone accordingly.

Mixed Tenses Dialogues:

Simple dialogue

Question: “Did you enjoy the movie last night?”

Answer: “Yes, I watched it with my family.” That’s interesting, right?

Don’t forget, In today’s class, we talked about the skill of crafting engaging conversations that spanned different timeframes. By asking questions and providing responses using the right tense and intonation, we navigated through actions in the present, past, and future. Just like investigative reporters, we revealed details about various moments and events.

Questions Time:

Why is using the appropriate tense and intonation important in conversations? Can you think of a dialogue where someone asks and answers questions about all three tenses?

Your Assignment:

Over the weekend, have fun with family or friends by asking and answering questions in different tenses. It’s like playing a language detective game!

We have come to the end of today’s class. I hope you enjoyed the class!

In the next class, we shall be discussing Oral comprehension.

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