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1. Is Michael 12 years old?
2. How old is he?
3. Does he live alone?
4. Who does he live with?
5. Does he live in Kansas?
6. Where does he live?
7. Does he go to a private school?
8. What kind of school does he go to?
9. Is the school far from his house?
10. Is it near or far from his house?
11. How far is it from his house by car?
12. Does his sister go to the same school?
13. Does she go to the same school or to a different one?
14. Is his school far from his sister’s school?
15. How far is it from his sister’s school?
16. Is Michael in the 8th grade?
17. What grade is he in?
I8. Does he study only 3 subjects?
19. How many subjects does he study?
20. Does he study speech and music?
21. What other 4 subjects does he study?
22. Does he play a musical instrument in music class?
23. Does he play the clarinet?
24. What instrument does he play?
25. Is he a member of the school band?
26. Why not?
27. Does the band practice before school?
28. When does the band practice?
29. Does school start at 9:30?
30. What time does school start?
31. Does Michael often get to school late?
32. When does he get to school?
33. Why does he get to school a little early?
34. How often does his father take him to school?
35. Does his father leave him at school at 8:30?
36. What time does his father leave him at school?
37. Does Michael spend the 20 minutes studying?
38. What does he spend the time doing?
39. Does he have lunch at home?
40. Where does he have lunch?
41. Does he have lunch at 12:30?
42. What time does he have lunch?
43. Does Michael usually eat a sandwich at school?
44. What else does he eat?
45. Does he drink milk for lunch?
46. Does he drink Pepsi Cola?
47. What does he drink?
48. Does his mother know that he drinks Coke?
49. What does she think he drinks?
50. Why does she think he drinks milk?
51. Does Michael have classes after lunch?
52. What time does he finish school?
53. Does Michael like sports?
54. Is he a good athlete or a bad athlete?
55. Does he play any sports at school?
56. How many sports does he play?
57. Does he play basketball?
58. What other two sports does he play?
59. Is he a member of the school team in these sports?
60. Is he fast and strong?
61. When does he play football?
62. When does he play basketball?
63. When does he play baseball?
64. Is he a popular boy at school?
65. Why is he popular?
66. Is he an intelligent boy?
67. Is he a good student?
68. Why isn’t he a good student?
69. Do his teachers like Mm?
70. What do they tell his parents?
Michael Johnson is 14 years old. He lives with his parents and sister in Lincoln, Nebraska. He goes to a public school 10 minutes from his house by car. His sister goes to a different school three blocks from his. Michael is in the ninth grade and he studies Math, Science, History, English, Speech, and Music. He plays the trumpet in music class, but he isn’t a member of the school band because he doesn’t have time to practice with the band after school. School starts at 9:00 o’clock. Michael gets to school a little early because his father takes him every day and leaves him there at 8:40. Michael spends the 20 minutes before his first class talking with some of his friends. Lunch is at 12:00 and Michael usually eats a sandwich and a bowl of soup and drinks a coke. His mother doesn’t like this, so Michael tells his mother that he drinks milk for lunch. His classes in the afternoon end at 3:30. Michael is a member of the football, basketball, and baseball teams at the school. He is a good athlete. He’s fast and strong. He plays football in the fall, between September and December. He plays basketball in the winter, between January and April, and he plays baseball in the spring. He is a very popular boy because he is good at sports. He’s intelligent but he doesn’t work very hard in class and he doesn’t spend much time on his homework. His teachers like him but they tell his parents that he needs to think more about his studies and less about sports.