After teaching question forms, this worksheet approaches the subject from a different angle - they get the answers and have to form the questions! This is a more creative way of teaching, so be prepared for students to come up with a variety of questions for each answer. You'll also help the students to be aware of the fact that they often know how to form a question when all of the strict grammar rules are taken away. They've heard it and absorbed it without always knowing the rules. This is the best way to teach - use patterns and models! Instead of starting with with charts and tables and names of grammar forms, build on questions that they've heard, e.g: How are you? What's your name? Where do you live? Do you like chocolate?