WH Questions or Information Questions

We use WH words to ask WH questions. WH words are:

How?
For example “How tall was he?” Click the link to listen to the conversation. Find the question and the answer.

Here is another one. “How is your tea?” Click the link to hear the conversation. Find the question and the answer.

When?
For example “When were you born?” Click the link and find the question and the answer in the conversation. Be careful. This one is complicated.

Here is another one. “When did you come back?” Click the link to listen to the conversation. Find the question and the answer.

Try this one too. “When did they change the name?” Click the link to hear the conversation. Find the question and the answer.

Where?
For example “Where are you from?” and “Where are the cricket grounds in Australia?” Click the link to listen to a conversation with these questions. Find the questions and answer them.

Try this one too. Where is Laveen? Click the link then listen to the conversation and find the question and the answer.

Why?
For example “Why did you get a German motorcycle?”. Click the link to listen to the conversation then find the question and the answer.

Who?
For example “Who were the natives?” Click the link and listen to the conversations. Find the question and find the answer.

Which?
For example “Which places did you live in?” Click the link to listen to a conversation with this question in it. Find the question and find the answer.

Here is another example. “Which countries in Africa have you been to?” Click the link to listen to the conversation. Find the question and the answer.

What?
For example “What is the name of the area?” and “What is the nearest city?”
Click the link then listen to the conversation. Find the questions and answer them.

How many?
For example “How many boroughs arethere in New New York City?” Click the link then listen to the conversation. Find the question and find the answer.

Here is another one. “How many coloured people are there in South Africa?” Click the link to listen to the conversation. Find the question and the answer.

Here is another. “How many people were there when you were growing up?” Click the link to hear the conversation. Find the question and the answer.

Try this one too. “How many trees did you cut in one day?” Click the link to hear the conversation. Listen and find the question and the answer.

How long?
For example How long is it since you left there? Click the link and listen to the conversation. Find the “How long” question and answer it in a sentence.

Here is another example. “How long have you been in now?” Click the link to hear the conversation. Find the question and the answer.

How far?
For example

How much?
Here is an example. “How much?” This is an easy one. Click the link to hear the conversation. Find the question and the answer.
How about?

What kind? (What type?) (What sort?)

For example “What kind of job in Kuwait?” Click the link and listen to the conversation. Find the question and answer it.

Here is another example. “What kind of motorcycle do you have?” Click the link to hear a conversation. Find the question and the answer.

Here is another one. “What kind of a place is it?” Click the link to listen to a conversation with this question in it. Find the question and answer it.

Try this one too. “What kind of things did you study?” Click the link to hear the conversation then find the question and the answer.