Interrogative Sentences French Exercises

french interrogative sentences exercises

Bonjour, mon cher étudiant! Your wonderful, humorous, and one-of-a-kind 🙂 French teacher is here to guide you on a grand adventure.

Today, we are diving into the mysterious, intriguing, and sometimes perplexing world of French interrogative sentences!

They may seem daunting at first, just like the Eiffel Tower might look intimidating from below, but I assure you, with a bit of humor, a baguette in hand, and some joie de vivre, we’ll reach the top together.

So, grab your beret, a croissant, and let’s jump right into our fascinating quest!


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1) Put the Sentences in the Correct Order – French Interrogative Sentences


a) le / où / chien / est / ?

Où est le chien?


b) que / tu / aimes / qu'est-ce / ?


c) commence / l'école / quand / ?


d) comment / t'appelles / tu / ?


e) le / a / fait / qui / ?


f) pourquoi / pleures / tu / ?


g) où / sont / parents / tes / ?


h) ton / est / livre / préféré / quel / ?


i) combien / coûte / ça / ?


j) est-ce / tu / peux / m'aider / que / ?


2) Translate these Sentences – French Interrogative Sentences


a) What is your name?

Comment t’appelles-tu?


b) Where is the bathroom?


c) How old are you?


d) What time is it?


e) Can I help you?


f) How much is this?


g) What is your favorite book?


h) Where do you live?


i) Why are you crying?


j) When is your birthday?


3) Practice your Vocabulary of French Interrogative Sentences


a) how – when – why

comment – quand – pourquoi


b) where - what - which


c) who - can - how many


d) how much - which one - what's


e) whose - when's - how's


f) can you - do you have - what do you


4) Practice Your Writing by Translating these Small Texts Taking the French Interrogative Sentences into Consideration


What is your name? My name is John. Where do you live? I live in Paris. How old are you? I am twenty years old. What is your profession? I am a teacher. What are your hobbies? I like reading and traveling.


Where is the library? The library is near the school. When does it open? It opens at 9 am. Can I borrow books? Yes, you can borrow books. How many books can I borrow? You can borrow three books.


5) About French Interrogative Sentences, Write the Obvious Questions to the Answers


a) Je m’appelle Marie. ( Comment…)

Comment t’appelles-tu?


b) J'habite à Paris. ( Où...)


c) J'ai 25 ans. ( Quel...)


d) Je suis médecin. ( Quelle...)


e) J'aime la musique et la lecture. ( Quels...)


f) Il y a trois personnes dans ma famille. ( Comment...)


g) Ma couleur préférée est le bleu. ( Quelle...)


h) Mon anniversaire est le 12 juillet. ( Quand...)


i) Je suis de France. ( D'où...)


j) Oui, j'ai un chien. ( As-tu...)


Et voilà, mon ami! You’ve made it through our delightful exploration of the complex world of French interrogative sentences! I knew you could do it, and I hope you had a few laughs along the way.

Remember, learning a new language is like cooking a pot of bouillabaisse, it takes time, patience, and the right ingredients. Just like the soup, your French will get richer and more flavorful with time.

Keep practicing, keep laughing, and remember, in the famous words of the French clown Pierrot, “On n’est jamais si heureux ni si malheureux qu’on se l’imagine.” (We are never as happy or as unhappy as we imagine.) Au revoir, and until our next amusing and enlightening rendez-vous!


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