# Math Word Problems Game

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You have N1 books. You get N2 more. How many do you have in all?*books
BOY has N1 books. He gets N2 more. How many books does he have?*books
GIRL has N1 books. BOY has N2. How many do the 2 of them have?*books
I read N1 books at home and N2 books at school. How many books do I read?*books
GIRL puts N1 books on one desk and N2 on another. How many books does she put on desks?*books
BOY has N1 apples. I give him N2 more apples. How many apples does he have?*apples
My mother gives us N1 apples. Later she gives us N2 more. How many did she give us in all?*apples
I wash N1 cups after breakfast. After lunch, I wash N2 more. How many did I wash in all?*cups
There are N1 friends at a party. Then N2 more friends come. How many are at the party?*friends
I go out with N1 friends. We meet N2 more friends. How many friends are with me then?*friends
There are N1 boxes in the house. Outside we count N2 more. How many boxes do we have?*boxes
GIRL fills N1 boxes. BOY fills N2. How many boxes do they fill altogether?*boxes
GIRL picks up N1 balls and BOY picks up N2. How many balls did the 2 of them pick up?*balls***BOY takes N1 books and counts N2 left on the shelf. How many were on the shelf to start with?*books
I go to N1 houses on my block. There are N2 left to visit. How many houses are on my block?*houses
N1 children leave the party. N2 are still there. How many were at the party?*children
I give away N1 apples. I have N2 left. How many did I have to start with?*apples
My mother takes N1 books from me. I have N2 left. How many did I have to start?*books
GIRL opens N1 boxes. She has N2 boxes left to open. How many boxes must she open in all?*boxes
GIRL takes N1 oranges from the bag. There are N2 left. How many were in the bag before?*oranges
BOY eats N1 apples and counts N2 left. How many apples were there to start?*apples***BOY has N1 books to read. He reads N2. How many does he have left to read?*books
GIRL has N1 flowers. She gives N2 to her friend. How many does she have left?*flowers
I pour N1 cups of water. If I hand out N2 cups, how many cups are left?*cups
I have N1 books in my bag. If I take out N2, how many are left in the bag?*books
There are N1 apples in a bowl. GIRL eats N2. How many are left in the bowl?*apples
We buy N1 oranges, but my mother throws away N2 that look bad. How many oranges are left?*oranges
There are N1 children in the room. N2 children leave. How many are left in the room?*children
N1 girls are at the party. If N2 leave, how many are still there?*girls
There are N1 cups of water on the table. If we drink N2, how many cups will be left?*cups
There are N1 boxes on the desk. If GIRL puts N2 on the floor, how many are still on the desk?*boxes
N1 books are on my desk. My friend takes N2. How many books do I have left on my desk?*books
I go out with N1 friends. N2 have to go home. How many are left?*friends
There are N1 trees in the park. If N2 are oak trees, how many are other kinds?*trees
There are N1 girls in the room. If N2 leave, how many girls are there in the room?*girls***I went to N1 houses yesterday. Today I go to N2. How many more houses did I go to MAX?*houses*yesterday*today*MAX
BOY put N1 oranges in the bag. GIRL adds N2. MAX puts in how many more oranges?*oranges*BOY*GIRL*MAX
GIRL reads N1 books. BOY reads N2. How many more books does MAX read than MIN?*books*GIRL*BOY*MAX
GIRL reads N1 books. BOY reads N2. How many fewer books did MIN read than MAX?*books*GIRL*BOY*MIN
There are N1 houses on BOY's street and N2 on GIRL's. How many more houses are on MAX's street?*houses*BOY*GIRL*MAX
BOY counts N1 houses. GIRL counts N2. How many fewer houses does MIN count?*houses*BOY*GIRL*MIN
BOY eats N1 apples. GIRL eats N2. How many more apples does MAX eat?*apples*BOY*GIRL*MAX
GIRL picks N1 apples and BOY picks N2. MIN picks how many less than MAX?*apples*GIRL*BOY*MIN
GIRL has N1 books. BOY has N2. How many more books does MAX have than MIN?*books*GIRL*BOY*MAX
GIRL has N1 books. BOY has N2. MIN's number of books is how many less than MAX's?*books*GIRL*BOY*MIN
This week I read N1 books. Last week I read N2. How many more books did I read MAX?*books*this week*last week*MAX
This week I read N1 books. Last week I read N2. How many fewer books did I read MIN?*books*this week*last week*MIN
BOY takes N1 oranges and GIRL takes N2. How many more oranges does MAX take?*oranges*BOY*GIRL*MAX
GIRL picks N1 flowers. BOY picks N2. MIN picks how many less than MAX?*flowers*GIRL*BOY*MIN
GIRL has N1 hats. BOY has N2. How many fewer does MIN have?*hats*GIRL*BOY*MIN
I see N1 trees on Sunday and N2 on Monday. How many less did I see on MIN?*trees*Sunday*Monday*MIN***BOY wants to read N1 books in all. He still has N2 left to read. How many has he already read?*books
GIRL has N1 books. She gives some away and has N2 left. How many did she give away?*books
BOY has N1 apples in his bag. He eats some and has N2 left. How many did he eat?*apples
N1 girls stand up. Some sit down. N2 girls are still standing. How many sat down?*girls
There are N1 hats on the shelf. We take some and there are N2 left. How many did we take?*hats
There are N1 flowers in the garden. After we pick some, there are N2 flowers in the garden. How many did we pick?*flowers
I see N1 flowers on the desk. I take some and there are N2 left. How many did I take?*flowers
There are N1 apples. After GIRL eats some there are N2 left. How many did she eat?*apples