Who – asking for person
Who is your best friend?
Who did you go there with?
Who are you waiting for?
Where – asking for place
Where will you go on holiday this year?
Where do your parents live?
Where did you park your car?
What – asking for information about thing/person
What is your job?
What colour do you like?
What time is it?
What was the weather like in Italy?
Which – similar to ‚what‘ but from a limited number
Which is the 4th planet from the Sun?
Which continent is Saigon on?
Which sport do you prefer – football or rugby?
When – asking for information about time
When is the next train to Newcastle, please?
When did you come home last night?
When will you start learning for your GCSEs?
How – asking for style and manner
How did you manage to break this new computer?
How did you earn your first million?
How does the Oyster card work?
How old – asking for age
How old are you? (never ask a woman this question!)
How old is your father?
How old is their car?
How often – asking for frequency
How often do you play the guitar?
How often does it rain in England?
How often do you practise English?
How much/ How many – asking for amount
How much money have you got on you?
How many people can you see outside at night?
How many cats has your grandmother got?