Ask for information
(i) Accurately use verb forms appropriate to this level, e.g. present perfect/present perfect continuous, and present simple passive/past simple passive, in the question form
(ii) Form different types of question, including embedded questions and tag questions
(iii) Choose an appropriate question type for the situation
(iv) Use intonation appropriate for the question type
(v) Ask questions in a range of contexts, for a range of purposes, adapting register to suit the context
Asking for personal information:
What have you been doing since July?
You are coming, aren't you?
What have you been up to lately?
Asking for descriptions:
Would you be able to describe her to me?
Do you know what he looks like?
Asking for an explanation:
Would you mind telling us what is happening?
What in the world is going on?
Asking about processes:
Can you explain how it works?
So what happens first off with it?
Asking for definitions:
Could you give me a definition of...?
So how would you go about defining it?
Asking for a comparison:
How do you feel that X compares with Y?
So do you think they're the same, different, or what?
(vi) Know which questions are considered appropriate to ask in certain contexts, e.g. in a job interview, or when talking to someone of a different status in a work situation