Here’s a double hit; a collection of crazy and funny jobs in a list, and a list of questions using “do you” to be used in question formation. This should be preceded by fifteen minutes or so of listening and practice. Then a short five to ten minute exercise where students try out the do you questions on one another, and try to form a few new questions (and follow-up questions). Then, spring the weird jobs onto them and see how they do. This works well at several levelsl; for intro-level the students can play guessing games and work on basic question formation without talking about the same damn boring stuff as last week. For intermediate students, they can ask a lot of follow-up questions. With advanced students, they can actually do some roleplay and have some fun with it.