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THE HAPPY PRINCE
FIND THE MISTAKES AND CORRECT THEM
There is a large bird on the prince’s sword.
There is a large red ruby on the prince’s sword.
The Swallow is in love with the river.
The Swallow is in love with the most beautiful Reed.
The Reed is always flirting with the Swallow.
The Reed is always flirting with the wind.
The swallow sits on the head of the Happy prince.
The swallow sits between the feet of the Happy prince.
The swallow is with his friends.
The swallow is alone.
The Happy Prince is crying because he is cold and hungry.
The Happy Prince is crying because he sees a poor woman and a sick boy.
The Happy Prince asks food from the Swallow.
The Happy Prince asks help from the Swallow.
The Happy Prince sends his eyes to the poor woman and sick boy.
The Happy Prince sends the red ruby on his sword to the poor woman and sick boy.
The student in an attic is trying to finish his play and the attic is very warm.
The student in an attic is trying to finish his play and the attic is very cold.
The little match girl is crying because she is hungry and cold.
The little match girl is crying because her father beats her when she doesn’t sell her matches.
The Swallow kisses the Happy Prince and flies to Egypt at the end of the story.
The Swallow kisses the Happy Prince and dies at the end of the story.
The Happy Prince heart melts when the Swallow falls down dead at his feet.
The Happy Prince heart breaks in two when the Swallow falls down dead at his feet.
COMPREHENSION QUESTIONS ARE THE SENTENCES TRUE/FALSE? ARE THE SENTENCES TRUE/FALSE?
The statue of the prince is very beautiful at the end of the story.
The prince tells the Swallow to bring the seamstress oranges.
An angel takes the prince heart and the swallow.
The Swallow gives up loving the Reed.
The Mayor understands the kindness of the statue.
The swallow is surprised because the reed is crying.
The swallow decides to fly to Egypt and leaves the statue.
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