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Assuming that we know that 'you' is Alex.
The shopkeeper opened the back door and looked out. Its ok, he said quickly. You can get out of town along the river. Follow the back of the houses. Nobody goes there. Good luck!
1. How should Alex leave the town?
a) Going along the river and following the back of the houses.
b) Along the river, by following the back of the houses.
2. In order to get out of town along the river, what did the shopkeeper think Alex should do?
Follow the back of the houses.
Thanks for your help.
How about this one?
What was the shopkeeper's suggestion to leave town?
By going along the river and following the back of the houses.
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Thanks a lot for correcting and helping me.
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Thanks a lot! Then, better go back to yours, 'By what route did the shopkeeper suggest that Alex leave town?'