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Hi teachers,
Accoding to the text:
Baxter got into the car first. Halls was right behind him. “You drive. You know the area better than I do,” Baxter said. They raced out of the town and into the dark countryside.

Are the following questions suitable?
a) Who entered in the car before Halls?
b) Who was in front of Halls?
c) Why does Hall have to drive?
d) They raced out of the town and into the dark countryside. I really don't know which one to write for this one.
This one, 'How did they get out of town?'. doesn't sounds very weird.

Thanks in advance.
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Thinking Spaina) Who entered in the car before Halls?b) Who was in front of Halls?c) Why does Hall have to drive?d) They raced out of the town and into the dark countryside. I really don't know which one to write for this one.
a) Who entered the car ...? (No in.)
b) OK
c) have to? I'd ask Why is it better if Hall drives?
d) There really isn't a good question for this part.

What happened next? / Where did they go next? / Did they leave the town quickly or slowly?
Thinking SpainThis one, 'How did they get out of town?'. doesn't sounds very weird.
Emotion: tongue tied What?

CJ
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Hi Jim,
Thank you for your reply. I wanted to write 'it sounds very weird'! Excuse my unique brain cell. So sorry!Emotion: sad

TS
CalifJim Did they leave the town quickly or slowly?
Hi Jim,
I really like this one!

TS