Q7 - You can't park here
Mr Mason is standing in front of a car. He is looking at it. It is a beautiful car and it is very big. Mr Mason likes big cars. A policeman is standing behind Mr Mason. He is looking at the car, too. He is writing in a notebook. Now he is giving a piece of paper to Mr Mason.
Policeman: Excuse me, sir.
Mr Mason: Yes?
Policeman: This is for you.
Mr Mason: What is it?
Policeman: It's a ticket.
Mr Mason: A ticket?
Policeman: Can you see that notice?
Mr Mason: Yes.
Policeman: It says 'No parking'. You can't park here.
Mr Mason: This isn't my car!
Answer these questions
1 Is Mr Mason standing in front of a car?
2 Is he in the car?
3 Is he looking at the car?
4 Is it a big car?
5 Does Mr Mason like big cars?
6 Can the policeman see Mr Mason?
7 Is the policeman writing in a notebook?
8 Is the policeman giving a piece of paper to Mr Mason?
9 Is the piece of paper a ticket?
10 Can Mr Mason see the notice?
11 Does the notice say 'No parking'?
12 Does the notice say 'Parking'?
13 Is this the policeman's car?
14 Is it Mr Mason's car?
15 Is Mr Mason looking at a car or at a van?
16 Is it a big car or a small car?
17 Does Mr Mason like big cars or small cars?
18 Is the policeman standing behind Mr Mason or is he in the car?
19 Is he giving Mr Mason a ticket or a notebook?
20 Does the notice say 'No parking' or 'Parking'?
21 What is Mr Mason doing?
22 What does Mr Mason like?
23 What is the policeman giving to Mr Mason?
24 What does the notice say?
Ask these questions
1a if Mr Mason is standing in front of a car.
b what he is doing.
2a if Mr Mason likes big cars.
b what he likes.
3a if the policeman is writing in a notebook.
b what he is writing.
4a if he is going to give a ticket to Mr Mason.
b what he is going to give to Mr Mason.
5a if Mr Mason can see a notice.
b what he can see.
6a if the notice says 'No parking'.
b what the notice says.