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Hi teachers,
According to the blue part in this text:
It is going to rain, and Julia hasn't got an umbrella. "I'm going to get very wet if that bus doesn't come soon!" she is saying to herself. She doesn’t know it yet, but the driver of that car is going to stop, and he is going to offer her a lift. The driver is the manager’s son. Is he going to be Julia’s new boyfriend?

Are these questions and answers appropriate?
a) What is it that Julia doesn’t know yet?
She doesn’t know yet that the driver of that car is going to stop and offer her a lift.
If the answer is correct, should 'yet' be at the end or not?
b) Who is driving the car? The manager's son is.

Thanks in advance.
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a) What is it that Julia doesn’t know yet?
She doesn’t know yet that the driver of that car is going to stop and offer her a lift and that he might be her new boyfriend.
If the answer is correct, should 'yet' be at the end or not?-- Yes, I would use it.
b) Who is driving the car? The manager's son.-- The natural response does not include 'is'.
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Mister MicawberShe doesn’t know that the driver of that car is going to stop and offer her a lift and that he might be her new boyfriend yet.
Hi Mister Micawber,
Thank you very much for your reply. I haven't though about the underlined possibility. As I've told you before, you have an eagle eye.
Does 'yet' still apply, even though there's the verb 'might'? I think so.
Could you confirm it?

TS
Yes, I think 'yet' is important.
Hi Mister Micawber,
Thank you for your reply.

TS
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