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Whatīs Correct,?



maufon
Costa Rica

Whatīs Correct,?
 
 
Hi!
 
What is the correct way:
 
in oral or written form
 
Do the questions, make the questions os ask the questions?
 
Fir instructions:
 
Read the sentences and write the questions, make the questions or do the questions???
 
Thanks a lot in advance!
 

9 Mar 2010      



nycgirl
United States

Answer the questions :)

9 Mar 2010     



eng789
Israel

If you give them answers and you want them to write questions - then:
 
Write questions for the following answers.
 
If you give them questions that you want the to answer-  then:
 
Answer the following questions.
 
 

9 Mar 2010     



nycgirl
United States

Yeah, answer " the following" questions works, too.

9 Mar 2010     



akuzmenok
Ukraine

write the questions, make the questions or do the questions???
All of them are possible depending on the situation:
Write the questions - it īs when you ask your pupils to write them down.
Make the questions (I would say - make questions) - it īs when you create them.
Do the questions - it īs when you answer them.
Ask the questions - it īs when they give questions to each other to answer them.

9 Mar 2010     



deeedee
Spain

Right.  I agree with akuzmenok.  I also use the following instructions when I want them to create their own questions:  "Given the Answers, Make the Questions".

9 Mar 2010     



kmtr
United States

Or "form questions"  

9 Mar 2010     



yanogator
United States

I would never say "do the questions." Rather, I would say "answer the questions."
 
Bruce

9 Mar 2010