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Manuel an exchange student in Japan, is calling his mother to ask wha teveryone is doing. Write the question that Manuel asked her. Please check what I wrote for Manual

1. Manuel = Lo que es usted y el papá que hace ahora

Mama Bueno, tu papa y yo estamos
mirando la televsion

2. Manuel = Lo que Melissa hace ahora

Mama Melissa esta leyendo en su cuarto

3. Manuel = Lo que hace ahora

Mama Creo que ella esta leyendo una novela???

I am not sure what this sentence says???????

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  1. 1. ¿Qué es lo que usted y papá hacen ahora?

    just accents needed in answer: Mamá, Bueno, tu papá y yo estamos mirando la televisión (check spelling.)

    2. ¿Qué es lo que hace Melissa ahora?

    Mamá: Melissa está leyendo en su cuarto.

    3. I think it should ask "what is she reading?" ¿Qué es lo que está leyendo? (OR lo que lee)

    Mamá: Creo que ella está leyendo una novela. (I think/believe she is reading a novel.)

    Bueno, me acuesto ahora. (OK, going to bed now!)

    Sra

    P.S. If you have last minute questions tomorrow morning, I have to go to the doctor first thing so I may not see them.

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