How is the work these days?
How was the traffic this morning?
How is Frank today? – He is fine.
How is your meal? – It’s very tasty.
How is your new job? – I like it.
3. “How” can be followed by an adjective or an adverb.
How tall are you?
How big is this bag?
How far is it to the station?
How often do you go to the cinema?
How long does it take you to get there?
Sometimes there is no difference.
What/which newspapers do you read?
What/which channel is the football on?
We use what when there is an unlimited choice.
What language do they speak in Brazil?
What car do you drive?
We use which when there is a limited choice.
Which one do you want?
Which restaurant shall we go to?
INFORMATION QUESTIONS - вопросительные предложения
WHAT … LIKE? HOW …?
1. “What” and “which” can be followed by a noun.
What color are your eyes?
What size shoes do you take?
What sort of music do you like?
Which part of town do you live in?
Which way do we go?
What’s Italian food like? – It’s very tasty.
What’s Olga like? – She is great woman.
To ask about the weather, we can use both questions.
2. “Whose” can be followed by a noun.
Whose book is this?
Whose car do you have?
4. “How” can be followed by “much” or “many”.
How much money do you have?
How many rooms are there?
How …? asks about the present condition of something and about people’s health, reactions, feelings and happiness.
How is the weather in your country?
What’s the weather like in your country?
What … like? asks about the permanent nature of people and things. It asks for a general description.
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