I've already prepared an article about Steve Jobs, but I haven't complete questions about it.
I'm wondering if English grammar is OK?
After read the article, answer the questions.
Q1: Why did he die?
A1: Because he had cancer.
Q2: What was there in front of at Apple stores around the world after he died.
A2: Messages, flowers, and candles.
Q3: Who made a comment for him after he died?
A3: The president of the U.S., the prime minister of Great Britain.
Q4: What did he do? (or What was his occupation?)
I don't know which is natural?
A4: He was a businessman. (or He was a developer or pioneer.)
Q5: At what the age, he became very rich?
A5: At the age of 25.
Q6: At what age, he quit Apple?
(In this case, I think "quit" is more appropriate than "left". Don't you think so?)
A6: At the age of 30.
Q7: Why he started to work for Apple again about a decade later.
A7: Because the company was in trouble.
Q8: Why did he was respected by so many people?(or Why so many people respected him so much?) Which is more natural?
A8: Because he had passion.(or He was passionate.)
Q9: What did he want to do?( What was his goal?)
Which is more natural?
A9: He wanted to do something wonderful!
Q10: Did he think money was important?
A10: No, he didn't. Since the article says "He didn't care about money."
In this article, I found unfamiliar expression.
Tell me the meaning.
★ After he died, more than million people e-mailed messages to website Apple set up IN HIS MEMORY.
In this case what does "IN HIS MEMORY" means?
Is this homograph?
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Today, I have an English lesson, so I need to prepare for the lesson for my students. I've already prepared an article about Steve Jobs, but I haven't complete questions about it. I'm wondering if English grammar is OK? After read the article, answer the questions. Q1: Why did he die? A1: