Learn to Speak English Easily: Questions with ‘Will’ and ‘Would’

Learn to speak English easily through the TLP Spoken English Course. The course is designed specially to facilitate self-learning. It is organised into units to help you learn step by step in a simple, systematic and in an easy way. To be able to speak fluently you should go through all the units and do the exercises. To know more you can read: How to Use the Course Content?

 

In the previous unit you have learnt the Use of ‘Will’ and ‘Would’ and in this unit you will learn to make “Questions with ‘Will’ and ‘Would’“.

We can make questions beginning with ‘Will’ and ‘Would’. For such questions, one can answer in the positive or in the negative. One can answer in different ways as given in the following examples.

Will they attend the function?
Yes.
Yes, they will.
Yes, they will attend the function.
No.
No, they won’t.
No, they won’t attend the function.

Would you like to have some tea?
Yes.
Yes, I would.
Yes, I would like to have some tea.
No.
No, I wouldn’t.
No, I wouldn’t like to have some tea.

Exercise

Write answers to the following questions using the above example and practice orally.

Will I get the job?
Will I be able to pass this test?
Will you drop me at the bus stop?
Will you teach me how to play the sitar?
Will we defeat them?
Will we win the match?
Will they complete the work on time?
Will they help us?
Will he come for the class?
Will he sing at the party?
Will it rain tomorrow?
Would you speak the truth?
Would she always help people?
Would they reach the station on time.
Would it cost a lot of money to study in the US?

Exercise

Write more questions and answers on your own, which you can use in your day-to-day conversation and practice orally.

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