This is what the students listen to, 'The Inspector waited, and the Chief of Police looked him coldly.'
They have to answer, 'She looked at him coldly.'
Could this be the appropriate question?
'What did the Chief of Police do while the inspector waited?'
Thanks in advance
Thank you for your reply.
So, should I change the question and ask them, 'How did the Chief of Police look at him?'
Is there another wasy to connect the two sentences, without using 'while'?
The Inspector waited, and the Chief of Police looked at him coldly.' Sorry about this digital mistake, but mine anyway.
Thank you for your reply. It's a good idea. Even though the exercise is for listening.
This is the exercise for this very sentence.
How did the Chief of Police look at the Inspector and what did the Inspector do?
_______ ___________ _____ him ___________,and _____ ___________.
This is what they will have to write:
She looked at him coldly,and he waited.
This is what they will listen to:
The Inspector waited, and the Chief of Police looked at him coldly.
Information to consider: They already know the Chief of Police is a woman and the Inspector a man.