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Hi teachers,
This is the text:
Tom and Susan are in the mountains. Neither of them can ski very well. They are both skiing very badly at the moment, but he is skiing even worse than she is. At least she can keep her balance much better than him.

According to the previous text, is the question suitable?
Who can keep stability better than the other?
Susan can.
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No, that is unnatural and awkward.

Who falls down more?

Tom does.
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Mister MicawberWho falls down more? Tom does.
Hi Mister Micawber,
Thank you for your reply.
Do we assume that because of this sentence, 'At least she can keep her balance much better than him', he has fallen down a few times already?

Then, this one is wrong isn't it?
Who hasn't lost stability yet? Neither of them has.

TS
Do we assume that because of this sentence, 'At least she can keep her balance much better than him', he has fallen down a few times already?-- Yes, that is a reasonable assumption in any language.

Then, this one is wrong isn't it? Who hasn't lost stability yet? Neither of them has.- It is not a natural question here. We might use that of an airplane in trouble.
Hi Mister Micawber,
Thank you very much for your reply.

TS
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