Reading Comprehension - True or False Activity. Walt Disney has brought joy to many of us as both children and adults.
But how much do you know about the parks that exist all over the world? Read through the article below and see if you can answer the true or false questions afterwards. Lesson by Craoline Devane It's Not a Small World, after all...covering 40 square miles, Walt Disney World Resort is about the size of San Francisco or two Manhattan islands.
Of the more than 25,000 acres, less than 35 percent has been developed with a quarter designated as a wilderness preserve. A Cast of Thousands...around 62,000 to be more precise. What the Well-Dressed Mouse Will Be Wearing...depends entirely on the occasion. I'm Dreaming of a "Green" Christmas...The 1,500 Christmas trees at Walt Disney World Resort won't be the only "green" holiday delights this season as each Walt Disney World resort hotel will glow with new "conservation" lighting - more than 700,000 LED lights in all. PART 1 (EXAM 1) - READING - FCE CAMBRIDGE FIRST CERTIFICATE PRACTICE TEST/EXERCISE. Q. 4) Sally had been sitting with her sister next to the river for ages and Q. 1) was fed up.
Q. 2) Her sister was reading a book, and Sally couldn't understand why Q. 3) the book didn't have any pictures. All her books had pictures, and lots of them.The field next to them was full of daisies and Sally was seriously thinking of getting up and going to pick some for a daisy chain, but Q. 6) it was just so hot. Preliminary English Test (PET) Reading Comprehension Exercises. PET Reading Test 2, part 3. Free Practice for the Preliminary English Test. In this part of the exam you need to read a long text and answer 10 True/False questions.
Madagascar – When to go Madagascar has two seasons, a warm, wet season from November to April, and a cooler dry season between May and October. However, different parts of the country have very different weather. The east coast is hotter and wetter, with up to 4000mm of rainfall per year. In the rainy season, there are strong winds, and these can cause a lot of damage. Cambridge PET Reading Test part 3. Free Practice for the Preliminary English Test.
In this part of the exam you need to read a long text and answer 10 True/False questions.
By putting the cursor over an underlined word, you can see a definition of that word. By clicking on the Related Audio button, you can see a list of audio selections related to the readings. Nonfiction Fiction Top of Page Poems with Textual Gloss Difficult words in each poem are glossed. Readings with True/False Quiz. Yahoo. Idiom: Arm and a Leg - All Things Topics. English Short Stories, Level 03, Story 01. The Circus: Superlatives and Comparatives. Read through the text about a circus, then answer the questions below.
How to Read Tough Science Passages - GMAT. In the past, we’ve done some one-off review of parts of RC passages, but this time I’ve got a full one for you.
In this article, we’ll look at how to get through this thing (and what to avoid). Next week, we’ll do a question or two. I chose this passage from the free set of questions that comes with GMATPrep (that is, it doesn’t actually show up in the practice CAT itself). Reading Comprehension Worksheet 3 – Reading Comprehension Worksheet – The Substitute.
ESL Fairy Tale Reading Comprehension - Old Sultan - Fairy Tale by Brothers Grimm. CAE Reading Test part 4. Free Practice for the First Certificate exam. This page will let you practise for the Certificate in Advanced English exam (from Cambridge ESOL).
This is the format of the 4th part of the reading section. This is a Multiple matching exercise. The questions focus on specific information, detail, opinion and attitude. AHoward Bloom, Author: Even though most people are convinced that peak oil has already passed, to me, peak oil is just a hypothesis. BMichael Lardelli, Lecturer in Genetics at The University of Adelaide Nothing exists on this planet without energy. CJeroen van der Veer, chief executive of Royal Dutch Shell People are understandably worried about a future of growing energy shortages, rising prices and international conflict for supplies. DCraig Severance, blogger. Reading Comprehension - Free Worksheets. Home- English- Math - Reading - Research - Keys - Newsworthy - Links - Contact Reading Comprehension, Volume 5: Number 32, Word Meanings From Context Number 31, The Painting Number 30, Word Meanings From Context.
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Raven, who was always hungry, didn’t like the darkness because it was difficult to find food. One day he was looking for food near the old magician’s house. He heard a voice saying, “I have a box, and inside this box is another box, and inside this there is another box, and inside the smallest box is all the light in the world.” Raven decided to steal the light. Inside the girl’s belly Raven took the form of a human baby.
As soon as Raven caught the light, he immediately changed into his bird form. The light was heavy in Raven's beak, and he was getting tired. . * hemlock needle: the needle-shaped leaf of an evergreen tree Story retold by Mary MahoneyClipart under license from Microsoft for educational use. Reading Comprehension Worksheets.