Hi teachers,

According to the dialogue, could you tell me if the directions, questions, and answers are appropriate?

Deborah Tigers has an easy life. She never gets up before ten o’clock and always has breakfast in bed.

“Do you want your breakfast now?” her maid wants to know.

“Yes, please.” is Deborah’s answer.

Ask what her maid’s question is, and then answer the question.

What is her maid’s question?

It is, Do you want your breakfast now?

Ask what Deborah’s answer is, and then answer the question.

What is Deborah’s answer?

It is, Yes, please.

Thanks in advance
A question about a question and an answer about a question and then a question about an answer and an answer about an answer? I'm confused, so your students must be even more so.
Hi Mister Micawber,

Thank you for your reply. Then I should change the directions to these ones:

Ask and answer what her maid’s question is.

Ask what her maid’s question is, and then answer the question.

What is her maid’s question?

It is, Do you want your breakfast now?

Is it better this time?

TS
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That seems simpler, yes.
Hi Mister Micawber,

Thank you for your reply and teaching.

Best,

TS