今日の 925 英語のビデオ レッスン, we’re going to learn how to use questions in English to ask for details.
It would be great if everyone always told us exactly what we need to know. But it doesn’t usually happen. When we want detailed information, we need to go out and get it. And that means asking people questions.
You can confirm information with simple yes / no questions, like “Do you sell printers?” or “Are you the manager?” But I want to start by looking at questions that get different kinds of information, not just a “yes” or “no” answer. And one of the best ways to get information is with WH questions. We have five WH words in English: who, 何, where, when, なぜ. You might also use “how,” which has a “w” and an “h” but not in that order.Members: PDF Transcript | Lesson Module | Quiz | MP3 Audio