Hi! Thanks for joining us once again. We have created this worksheet to help you practice how to ask questions in Spanish with basic SI/NO answers and questions that require more information with words like “¿Qué?” (what?), “¿Cuál?” (which?), etc. We hope you can get the best out of the game on this worksheet to talk with your friends or classmates.
Students work in pairs or in groups of four to solve the exercise on this worksheet.
Students or their teacher should divide the worksheet in two. Each student has a part and reads out loud the answers on the left side of the worksheet one by one, whereas the other student asks the correct question for each statement. If the student mentions the appropriate question or at least a very similar one, then a check mark will be placed next to the question, otherwise an “X” should be written. Students should time themselves and count the number of correct answers they got. The winner will be the one who gets the most correct answers in the shortest period of time.
Related Spanish Lessons:
- How to Ask and Answer Basic Questions
- Asking Questions in Spanish: Question Words and Examples
- Spanish Phrases and Questions for Basic Conversations
The teacher selects a student from each group and asks two random questions on the worksheet. Students who respond well, move on to the next round until there is a winner, that is, someone who knows the appropriate questions in Spanish for different situations.