Being done / Been done

Questions in the passive voice using continous and perfect tenses.

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  1. Are any interesting events being held in your town this month?
  2. Is anything being delivered to your house later this week?
  3. Are any good films being shown in the cinema at the moment?
  4. Are you being watched by anyone right now?
  5. What is being done in your country to help improve the environment?
  6. Are you being treated well by your teacher today?
  7. Have you been invited anywhere interesting this weekend?
  8. Has your phone ever been stolen?
  9. Have you ever been bitten by a dog or other animal?
  10. Has anything new been built in your town or city recently?
  11. Have you ever been filmed for television? For which programme?
  12. What is the best present you have ever been given?
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How to use the being done / been done ESL discussion questions

It is recommended that you download the being done / been done ESL discussion questions in PDF format using one of the links above. The best way to encourage classroom interaction is to download and print the being done / been done discussion questions in the 'pairs' or 'threes' PDF format and then divide the questions by cutting along the dotted lines. This allows students to take turns asking and answering the being done / been done discussion questions in groups of two or three. Alternatively, you could use the 'cards' format to distribute the questions to any number of students to ask and share.

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