• "Are you feeling OK?" "Yes, I'm fine, thanks."
• "Is it raining?" "Yes, take an umbrella."
• Why are you wearing a coat? It's not cold.
• "What's Paul doing?" "He's reading the newspaper."
• "What are the children doing?" "They're watching television.
• Look, there's Emily! Where's she going?
• Who are you waiting for? Are you waiting for Sue?
• "Are you leaving now?' "Yes, I am."
• "Is Paul working today?" "Yes, he is."
• "Is it raining?" "No, it isn't."
• "Are your friends staying at a hotel?" "No, they aren't. They're staying with me."
Make questions with these words. Put the words in the right order.
Example: is / working / Paul / today
Answer: Is Paul working today?
What / the children / are / doing
Is / coming / the bus
Why / you / are / looking / at me
What / Jessica / is / cooking
Are / watching / your parents / television
Where / your friends / are / going
You / are / listening / to me
Write short answers. (Yes, I am. / No, I am not)
Example: Are you watching TV?
Answer: No, I'm not watching TV. [or] Yes, I'm watching TV.
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