A lesson to English teachers 👩🏫👨🏫 -
Prepositions at the End of Question Clauses
1. the present is for who ? 2. they from where are ?Ask students to identify the prepositions in these questions. Elicit that the prepositions go at the end of the clause in the two examples above. Explain that some questions in English have a preposition at the end of the clause. Give students a copy of the chart below and ask them to look at the examples of “wh” questions with who, what, where, which, and whose. Point out that each question has a preposition at the end of the clause.
Put the following questions in order.
1. this bag belong who to does ?
2. for looking who were you ?
3. in which group you are ?
4. is this beautiful gift from who ?
5. the book was written by who ?
6. about what the article is ?
7. at looking who was John ?
8. from he where is ?
9. were you about talking what I arrived when ?
10. whose clients about talking they are ?