See above.Hi teachers,
According to this contex: (It is from a CD. The person
thatwho narrates it (no comma necessary) is a doctor)
"So next day, at seven o’clock, I came to the shop in a cab. There were not very many people on the road, because it was early in the morning. In November it is dark at seven o’clock in the morning, and I could not see the shop very well. Iwaited five minutes. A postman walked past. Then the door of the shop opened, and the creature, Merrick, came out."
Are these questions and answers suitable?
a) What did the doctor do the day after? He came to the shop in a cab. He went to the shop [in a cab].
b) Were there a lot of people on the road? No, there weren't. OK.
What was the reason not to see a lot of people on the road?Why not? (or) What was the reason for that? Because it was early in the morning.
d) Why couldn't the doctor see the shop very well? Because in November it is dark at seven o'clock in the morning. OK.
(The answer uses the simple present because it expresses a fact, doesn't it?) Yes, but it would be fair to accept the simple answer "Because it was dark".
e) Did the doctor wait for a long time before he
could seesaw Merrick? No, he didn't. Only for five minutes. It's a closed question, so expect to simply see "No" as the answer.
Thanks in advance.
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