Here's the answer - what's the question?

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For each phrase, write down a question it could answer.

An example has been done to show you how.

Questions the phrases might answer can start with who, what, where, when, how, or why.

EXAMPLE:Where did Frank run?
     out the door

1. ————————————————————

      this afternoon

2. ————————————————————

     refilled the teapot

3. ————————————————————

     almost immediately

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     directly above his head

5. ————————————————————

     Uncle Albert

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      a sudden impulse

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      a herd of longhorns in full stampede

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      in that shrubbery

9. ————————————————————

     a pleasing young man

10. ————————————————————

      his fear

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