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    Why did the doctor say, ‘a creature’?

    Hi teachers,
    This is for a listening comprehension exercise. The title is the Elephant Man.The person that says the sentence is a doctor.
    According to this sentence,
    'I say a creature, because it was not a man or a woman, like you and me.', is this a suitable question to ask?
    Is there a more challenging one?

    Why did the doctor say, ‘a creature’?

    Thanks in advance.


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    Re: Why did the doctor say, ‘a creature’?

    Quote Originally Posted by learning54 View Post
    Hi teachers,
    This is for a listening comprehension exercise. The title is the Elephant Man.The person that says the sentence is a doctor.
    According to this sentence,
    'I say a creature, because it was not a man or a woman, like you and me.', is this a suitable question to ask?
    Is there a more challenging one?

    Why did the doctor say, ‘a creature’?

    Thanks in advance.

    It seems OK to me. More challenging would be too challenging IMO.

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