Tips for formulating questions in French. We look at three strategies for forming questions, where we want to know if something is true or not. We then look at specific question words and learn how to attach these to question phrases.

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A class could devise an interview with an arch criminal about his personal details. A specific crime could be mentioned then each pair has to draw lots to find out who actually perpetrated the crime. Each pair then has to invent a cross-examination that involves at least 8 questions and 8 replies. The interview could be performed in front of the class then each pair must vote for the interview that is with the true criminal.