Hi Teachers,

Could you tell me if these directions are correct?

Read the first part of the story of Robert, and then complete the answers to the questions.

Thanks in advance
I'd use

Read the first part of Robert's story and then provide/give/complete answers to the questions. ("complete" suggests that someone has already given some answers)

If "the story of Robert" is the name of a book (or an article or whatever) then it's ok to use it as you wrote in your question.
Hi Ivanhr,

Thank you for your reply.Emotion: smile

("complete" suggests that someone has already given some answers)

I have to use comple because the answer are as follow:

eg What's Robert doing?

____ _____ ____________ for ______ slippers.

The completed answer is, 'He is looking for hi slippers'.

If "the story of Robert" is the name of a book (or an article or whatever) then it's ok to use it as you wrote in your question

No at all. The name of the book is 'Learn to Communicate'. So it has to be as you've said, 'Robert's story'.

Best,

TS