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Hi teachers,
This is the paragraph:
It took Baxter several seconds to realise where he was. At first, all he could feel was a terrible pain in his jaw . Then he heard the sound of a car engine starting. He looked up and saw Halls pointing to it. Suddenly Baxter realized everything. Halls tried to run after the car but it was too late. Coke was gone and so was their car!

1. How long did it take Baxter to perceive where he was? It took him several seconds.
2. What could Baxter feel at the beginning? A terrible pain in his jaw.
3. Did Coke activate the car? Yes, he did.
(From a previous paragraph the students know Coke jumped in the car.)
4a. Who was gone? Coke was.
4b. Who wasn't there anymore? Coke wasn't. (Is it also possible?)
5. What was also gone? The police car was. / Their car was.
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1. How long did it take Baxter to know where he was? Several / A few seconds.
2. What did Baxter feel at the beginning? A terrible pain in his jaw.
3. Did Coke start the car? Yes, he did. Activate is not possible.
4a. Who was gone? Coke.
4b. Not very good.
5. What else was gone? The police car. Their car.

Your answers are not very natural: we don't usually tack on the verb.
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Hi Mister Micawber,
Thank you so much for your reply.
Even though yours sounds very good, I mean it is correct, Why I can't use 'could' for the same purpose.
2a. What could Baxter feel at the beginning? A terrible pain in his jaw.
2b. What did Baxter feel at the beginning? A terrible pain in his jaw.

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Mister MicawberYour answers are not very natural: we don't usually tack on the verb.
Hi Mister Micawber,
Thank you for it. I should keep that in my mind. Not to attach the verb!

TS
Thinking SpainWhy I can't use 'could' for the same purpose.
It is simply not very natural there. You have pulled the word from the text instead of constructing the native question.
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Mister MicawberIt is simply not very natural there. You have pulled the word from the text instead of constructing the native question.
Hi Mister Micawber.
Thank you for your reply. It's crystal clear to me now.

TS