Hi teachers,

We use these questions and answers to ask and answer about the name of an object or an animal in singular and plural.

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The questions and answers are:

What is this this? It is a book.

What are these? They are books.

What is this? It is a cat.

What are these? They are cats.

My question is: what can I write instead of 'ask and answer' without changing the meaning of the directionts?

Because to say 'ask and answer' sounds too redundant, doesn't it?

Thanks in advance
We use these questions and answers to discuss/determine the name of an object or an animal in singular and plural.
Thank you so much Mister Micawber!! I'll pick up 'determine'. [Y]

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Mister Micawber,

So according to your help for the directions, Is this one also fine?

We use these questions answers to determine what exists at a definite position.

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What is there on the desk? There is a book.

What is there on the desk? There are two books.

Thanks once again.
We use these questions and answers to determine what exists at a definite position.

Well, if your student can understand that terminology, yes. I doubt that the student who can comprehend 'exists at a definite position' needs to learn 'There's a book on the table', however.
First of all thank you very much for your reply Mister Micawber.
Mister MicawberI doubt that the student who can comprehend 'exists at a definite position' needs to learn 'There's a book on the table', however.
Well, don't doubt it please. There is/are have to do with 'existence'. And this particular explanation ''what exists at a definite position' has helped the students, for many years, to understand the concept, believe me. One thing is 'where, which asks for a position'. Another thing is the one I'm referring to. The explanation help them to differentiate them very well. That's what they all say.

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