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"What If?" Questions | EFL Resource

"What If?" Questions | EFL Resource

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There has been a trend this year which started on TikTok and has spread rapidly around other social media and websites. It is based on the idea of asking "what if?".

‘What if’ questions can be used to practice or revise conditional forms and generate discussions and other activities in English.

Here, we have compiled a list of 'what if’ questions for different levels and ages. 

For more on 'What if' questions, see our “What If?” | Using Hypothetical Questions In The English Classroom blog.

Once you have completed your purchase, you will receive an email with a PDF to download and print. 

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