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(B) Comprehension Read the passage carefully. Then choose the most suitable answer and write its number in the brackets provided. The raccon looks like a cat. It sleeps all day and comes out only at night. The raccon eats frogs, fruits and even wood. It drink a lot a water and uses its paw to wash its food before eating it. The Germains called it the “washing bear”. Another animal that washes its food is the water-hen. It is found in Europe. It is afraid of dogs and hunters. It dive into the wa
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  (B) Comprehension Read the passage carefully. Then choose the most suitable answer and write its number in the brackets provided. The raccon looks like a cat. It sleeps all day and comes out only at night. The raccon eats frogs, fruits and even wood. It drink a lot a water and uses its paw to wash its food before eating it. The Germains called it the “washing bear”.  Another animal that washes its food is the water-hen. It is found in Europe. It is afraid of dogs and hunters. It dive into the water on seeing them. The water-hen eats fish and frogs. It holds its food in its beak and dips it into the water to wash it before eating. 1.   The raccon in the day (1)   sleeps (2)   moves about (3)   looks for food (4)    plays with the cat ( )  2.   The raccon does not eat . (1)   flies (2)   frogs (3)   fruits (4)   wood ( ) 3.   The raccon is known as the “washing bear” because it  . (1)   lives in Germany (2)   drinks a lot of water (3)   washes its every day (4)   washes its food before eating it ( ) 4.   The water-hen escapes from the hunter by . (1)   hiding in the cave (2)   climbing up a tree (3)   civing into the water (4)   digging a hole in the ground ( ) 5.   The water-hen holds its food in its beak to . (1)   dry (2)   cook (3)   wash (4)    break  (B) Comprehension Read the passage carefully. Then choose the most appropriate answer and write its number in the brackets provided. Whales live in the sea, but they do not belong to the fish family. They are sea mammals. A baby whale feeds on its mother‟s milk.  Whales have big heads but no necks. They breathe through their lungs. Their air-pipes are not joined to their mouths. This means that a whale can swim underwater with its mouth open and not drown. Under the whales skin is a thick layer of fat called blubber. People hunt whales because blubber can be used as oil and whale meat can be eaten.  1.   According to the passage, whales (1)   cannot swim (2)   live on land (3)    belong to the fish family (4)   drink milk when they are young 2.   Whales use their to breathe. (1)   ears (2)   lungs (3)   heads (4)   necks 3.   A whale can swim with its mouth open without (1)    blowing (2)   floating (3)    breathing (4)   drowing 4.   Blubber is found (1)   on the whale‟s skin  (2)   in the whale‟s air  -pipe (3)   under the whale‟s skin  (4)   inside the whale‟s eat  5.   People hunt whales for and oil. (1)   foos (2)   clothing (3)   medicine (4)   electricity
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