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How to Ask Questions: HOW LONG, HOW MUCH…

What is the difference between how much time and how many times? Do we say how long or how long time? In this essential English lesson, I will teach you how we use how much time, how long, and how many times. I will also look at some of the most common mistakes students make with these question words and teach you how to correct them. At the end of this video, you will know exactly how to form questions using how. After watching, take my quiz to make sure you understand.

Test your understanding of this English lesson

Test your understanding of the English lesson by answering these questions. You will get the answers and your score at the end of the quiz.

How ____________ have you been skiing?


much time

How __________ have you been working at your company?


Alex: How __________ have you seen Star Wars?
Emma: I've seen Star Wars five thousand times!


A: How ____________ have you been married?
B: I've been married for six years.


A: How ____________ did you read Romeo and Juliet when you were in school?
B: I read it twice in high school.


A: How ___________ did it take you to drive to work today?
B: It took me two hours. Traffic was terrible.


A: How __________ have you been studying English?
B: I've been studying English for five years.


A: How ____________ have you been sick this year?
B: I've been sick three times.


A: How ___________ is the test?
B: It takes three hours.


les réponses

1. How  long___________ have you been skiing?

  • long time
  • long
  • many time
  • much times

Question was not answered

2. How long_________ have you been working at your company?

  • many time
  • many times
  • long time
  • long

3. Alex: How many times__________ have you seen Star Wars?
Emma: I've seen Star Wars five thousand times!

  • many times
  • many time
  • much time
  • much times

4. A: How _long___________ have you been married?
B: I've been married for six years.

  • many time
  • long
  • much times
  • many times

5. A: How  many times____________ did you read Romeo and Juliet when you were in school?
B: I read it twice in high school.

  • long time
  • much time
  • many time
  • many times

6. A: How much time___________ did it take you to drive to work today?
B: It took me two hours. Traffic was terrible.

  • much times
  • many times
  • much time
  • long time

7. A: How long__________ have you been studying English?
B: I've been studying English for five years.

  • much times
  • long
  • many times
  • long time

8. A: How  many times____________ have you been sick this year?
B: I've been sick three times.

  • many times
  • many time
  • much time
  • long

9. A: How  long___________ is the test?
B: It takes three hours.

  • many times
  • long
  • long time
  • many time

 

 

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