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Hi teachers,
According to this paragraph:
‘What do you think about the new President, then?’ Alex asked.
‘Oh, he is worse! He’s a younger man, and he is not stupid, but he is more dangerous. He is very friendly with the police and the army. And he’s putting a lot of people in prison. That’s not good for the country. We want more food, not more prisoners.
Assuming that we know that the person who talks in Marta.

1. What was Marta’s impression of the new President? He was not stupid but more dangerous.
2. What was the new President like with the police and the army? He was very friendly.
3. Was the new President imprisoning many people in Marta’s country? Yes, he was.
4. What was Marta's opinion about the new President?
It was that he wasn’t good for the country and added that they wanted more food not more prisoners.

Thanks in advance.
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1. What was Marta’s impression of the new President? He was not stupid but more dangerous.- Her impression is the whole rest of the text, from 'he's worse' to 'putting a lot of people in prison'.
2. What was the new President's relationship with the police and the army? He was very friendly.
3. How was the new President treating many other people in Marta’s country? -- He’s putting a lot of people in prison. -- I think you can frame this question more freely. Always choose open questions over Yes/No questions if possible.
4. What was Marta's opinion about the new President?
It was that he wasn’t good for the country and added that they wanted more food not more prisoners.- Her impression is the whole rest of the text, from 'he's worse' to 'putting a lot of people in prison'.

Obviously, 1 and 4 are the same question.
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Hi Mister Micawber,
Thank you for your reply.
Mister MicawberObviously, 1 and 4 are the same question.
Yes, they are. Then, I shouldn't ask that one, should I?
Mister MicawberAlways choose open questions over Yes/No questions if possible.
Thank you for the advice.

TS