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    Question about instructions for a listening comprehension exercise (5)

    Hi teachers,
    This is for a listening comprehension exercise. If this is what the students will hear: "Alex sat up quickly.", is this a suitable question to ask? Is there a better one?
    What did Alex do after what the old woman asked him?

    This is the text for the above one:
    At about three o’clock Alex opened his eyes, and saw an old woman in front of him.
    ‘What are you doing in my field, young man?’ she said.
    Alex sat up quickly.


    Another question:
    This is for a listening comprehension exercise. If this is what the students will hear: "He ate quickly, and Marta watched him.", is this a suitable question to ask? Is there a better one?
    Write down what each person did.

    Thanks in advance.
    Last edited by learning54; 25-Apr-2012 at 16:28.

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