As you approach these questions, try not to figure out what part of the clues you should use. Instead, read these questions and clues provided very carefully and try not to miss out any single word in the questions (many clues mentioned in this type of problem are usually very important for solving the problem, and that means they shouldn't be left out). If you look at these clues very carefully, you will usually find out the relationship between some important elements, and that should help you completing the question as you keep filling in more parts of the answer you find.
Tom was just walking home from school. He stoped at different stores and public places for some purpose. He stoped to buy some thing drink when he's thristy. After he stayed at the caffee, he went to a public library. When he got some important informations for his homeworks, he went to rent a movie.
As you read these paragraphs, you should find out important clues for where he went and what he did by using common sense. The questions you will encounter later in the beginning level will probably not be so hard, but it will give you an idea on what this type of questions look like and get comfortable with them.