.Could anyone please write to me if there are any mistakes in the following or if you can replace any sentence with a better one.
Q1. What was Mr.Choo waiting for while sitting in the waiting-room of the clinic?
A1. Mr.Choo was waiting for his turn while waiting for his turn in the waiting-room of the clinic. Can you check that this is what you meant to type?
Q2. What was the lady at the counter doing?
A2. The lady at the counter was handing out medicines to patients.
Q3. Who were talking in the waiting-room?
A3. Some of the patients were talking in the waiting-room while waiting for their turn.
Q4. What was the first thing the doctor did to Mr.Choo?
A4. The doctor first examined Mr.Choo's body temperature. The first thing the doctor did was to take Mr Choo's temperature.
Q5. What did the doctor say about Mr.Choo's illness?
A5. The doctor said that Mr.Choo did not have any serious problem. All he needed was rest.
Q6. Why should we make it a habit to go for regular medical checkups?
A6. We should it a habit to go for regular medical checkups as prevention is better than cure.
Q7. What kind of clothes did the little boy wear?
A7. The little boy wore rags.
Q8. Was the boy bold or timid?How do you know?
A8. The boy was timid.We know this as he shook with fear when caught red-handed.
Q9. What did many onlookers think about the situation?
A9. Many onlookers felt pity for the boy.
Q10. What was the boy's mother doing in the room?
A10. The boy's mother was sitting at the window holding a baby in her hands. holding a baby in her arms.
Q11. Do you think the man was being generous when he gave a five-dollar note?state your reason.
A11. No, the man was not being generous when he placed a five-dollar note as he was an affluent man.He could have extended financial support in treating his mother's illness so that she is fit for work.This could have gone a long way in improving his miserable condition. Too much - too long - and confusing. Make a single sentence answer.
Q12.What kind of furniture could be found in the boy's home?
A12.There were only two broken chairs and a mattress in the boy's home.
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