Asking Questions

Here is a list of some of the most common phrases used for asking questions in the classroom. Learn the phrases and use them often!

Asking for something

Asking about words

Asking to repeat

Can I have a pen, please?
Do you have a pen for me?
May I have a pen, please?

What’s “(the word)” in English?
What does “(the word)” mean?
How do you say “(the word in your language)” in English?
How do you spell “(the word)”?
How do you pronounce “(the word)”?
Where’s the stress in “(the word)”?

Could / Can you repeat that, please?
Could / can you say that again, please?
Pardon me?

Apologizing

Asking for help

Saying Hello and Goodbye

Excuse me, please.
I’m sorry.
Sorry about that.
Sorry I’m late.

I don’t understand.
Can you help me, please?
Is this right / wrong?

Good morning / afternoon / evening!
Hello / Hi
How are you?
Goodbye
Have a good weekend / day / evening / time!

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