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Contact-new.svg Hamid Khan
Occupation:EFL Teacher
Languages:Pashto, Urdu, English
Country:Saudi Arabia
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My name is Hamid Khan.

Professional Background

Teaching of English for last ten years, currently in Saudi Arabia.



My Interests


Culture and TESOL, Integration of technology in TESOL



My Projects

Sample Lesson1: Forming Questions_Objective and Outcomes

Sample Lesson1: Forming Questions_Definition and key points

Sample Lesson1: Forming Questions_Activity and Assignment



Pedagogical Template

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To learn forming YES/NO questions used in English language.

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The students, at the end of the lesson, should be able to form and use YES/NO question forms used in English language.

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A question is a request for information or action. A question always ends with a question mark (?).A Yes/No Question is a question that can be answered with yes or no

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Key points

Forming yes/no Questions

Look at the following examples:

A: Are you from around here?

B: Yes, I am.

A: Do you come here often?

B: Yes, I do.

A: Can I buy you a drink?

B: No, thanks.

A: Are you married?

B: Yes, I am.

When we want to ask yes/no questions we can use

  • do/does,
  • am/is/are


  • have/has

as question words.

We use

  • do or have or am with personal pronouns ,

we use

  • does or has or is with third person singular pronouns (he, she, it) and with singular noun forms.

We use

  • do or have or are with other personal pronouns (you, we they) and with plural noun forms.

Yes/no questions with the verb be are created

  • by moving the verb be to the beginning of the sentence. In other words the subject and the verb change their positions in statements and questions.

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Convert the following sentences to questions.

  1. You are from Germany.
  2. He is your friend.
  3. You have got a cat.
  4. She has bought a new bike.
  5. You read books.
  6. He likes pop music.

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Now meet at least three of your friends, ask them these questions to get information about them (your friends) or their friends, record their answers and bring them to the next scheduled class

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Feedback & Notes from my WikiNeighbours

Dear WikiNeighbours, I have completed the task of 'To Do List' as part of Day 4 activity. Please have a look at it and let me know what do you feel about it. Thanks
(Comment.gif: Well done, Hamid. I can see you are getting this fast. So keep adding more content, applying the first few tutorials to get your certification. (italic, bold, bullets, numbers, etc.) Great work so far. Warm wishes --Patricia Schlicht 22:34, 12 February 2010 (UTC))
(Comment.gif: Hi Hamid, Great work you are doing. Add more content to your page. This workshop is offering us a new opportunity to learn a novel way of teaching/learning. --Ibrahim K. Oyekanmi 16:29, 18 February 2010 (UTC)
Example.jpg (Comment.gif: Dear Abdul. Thanks for coming in again. I have moved your content development under your projects as it shouldn't be at the top of your introduction. It seems our mails keep failing. Please get in touch with me, so we can sort this out. thanks. Great work. Warm wishes --Patricia Schlicht 16:24, 24 April 2010 (UTC))

Hi Hamid! It's nice to know you! --Teromakotero 19:52, 24 April 2010 (UTC)
(Comment.gif: Hi, Nice to see you. Welcome and good wishes. --Vinodpr111 13:17, 27 April 2010 (UTC))

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