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1 THE STARS There are millions of stars in (0) _____ sky. If you look (33) ___ the sky on a clear night, it is possible to see about 3000 stars. They (34) ____ small, but they are really (35) _____ big hot balls of burning gas. Some of them are huge, but others are much (36) _______, like our planet earth. The biggest stars are very bright, but they only live for a short time. Every day new stars (37) ____ born and old stars die. All the stars are very far away. The light from the nearest star takes more (38) _____ four years to reach the earth. Hundreds of years ago, people (39) _____ the stars, like the north star, to know which direction to go in. Today you can (40) ______ see that star. our at look very smaller are than used still

2 Schnauzer Dogs There are three sizes ___ Schnauzer dog. The two smaller sizes first _____ to England over 50 years ago, but the Giant Schnauzer has not _____ here very long. The name Giant is a good one because the dogs are 65 to 67.5 cms. high. All the dogs ____ long hair, which should be cut quite often. Most smaller Schnauzers ___ grey in colour, ___ the Giant Schnauzer is usually black. Schnauzers come from Germany, where farmers use the dogs to help ____ with their sheep, and they are also used __ the police, because Schnauzer dogs are very intelligent. A Schnauzer makes __ nice family dog. It is friendly and very good with young children. of came been are have a by with but

3 SANDWICHES The Egyptians and Romans made them first. The fourth Earl of Sandwich gave them (0) _______ name. Today, people in Britain buy more than 5 million of them (33) ______ day. Over 300,000 people are now (34) _______ in the sandwich business in Britain. There are many small sandwich shops (35) ____ offices. Most petrol stations sell (36) _____ sandwiches and all supermarkets now sell (37) ___ large number, too. Sandwiches certainly (38) ____ the favourite food of busy people. They take them back to the office. They eat them quickly in the car (39) ___ the way to an appointment. People often choose to eat a sandwich (40) _______ they have no time to stop work for a meal. So the sandwich business is doing very well. their every working near some a are on because

4 The Ruwenzori Mountains Mary Daniels is a student in England. This year she (1) _____ A very interesting summer holiday. She travelled (2) ______ fifteen other people to the Ruwenzori Mountains in Africa. They went there to help make a road (3) _______ a forest between two big towns. It was very difficult (4) ________ there was no water to drink and no shops where we (5) ______ buy food, said Mary. It was also very cold and wet in the mountains. It is (6) _____ of the wettest places in the world. Mary stayed in the mountains (7) _____ six weeks. It was hard work but she says it was the (8) _____ thing she has ever (9) ______. had with through because could one for best done

5 The Bahamas The Bahamas are (1) ___ group of islands north of Cuba. There are more (2) _____ three thousand i slands in the Bahamas. People live on twenty- nine of (3) _____; nobody lives on the other islands. There are not many factories on the islands (4) ____ many famous banks have offices there. The islands are very near to the USA and (5) ______ of the people there speak English. Many people (6) _____ the United States visit the Bahamas for their holidays because (7) ___ is hot and sunny for most of the year. Some people (8) ____ there because the sea is very beautiful. People do water sports or just relax on the beach. These tourists (9) _____ brought a lot of money to the islands. a than them but most from it go have

6 THE STARS There are millions of stars in (0) _____ sky. If you look (33) ____ the sky on a clear night, it is possible to see about 3000 stars. They (34) ____ small, but they are really (35) _____ big hot balls of burning gas. Some of them are huge, but others are much (36) ______, like our planet earth. The biggest stars are very bright, but they only live for a short time. Every day new stars (37) ____ born and old stars die. All the stars are very far away. The light from the nearest star takes more (38) _____ four years to reach the earth. Hundreds of years ago, people (39) _____ the stars, like the north star, to know which direction to go in. Today you can (40) ______ see that star.

7 Schnauzer Dogs There are three sizes ___ Schnauzer dog. The two smaller sizes first _____ to England over 50 years ago, but the Giant Schnauzer has not _____ here very long. The name Giant is a good one because the dogs are 65 to 67.5 cm. high. All the dogs ____ long hair, which should be cut quite often. Most smaller Schnauzers ___ grey in colour, ___ the Giant Schnauzer is usually black. Schnauzers come from Germany, where farmers use the dogs to help ____ with their sheep, and they are also used __ the police, because Schnauzer dogs are very intelligent. A Schnauzer makes __ nice family dog. It is friendly and very good with young children.

8 SANDWICHES The Egyptians and Romans made them first. The fourth Earl of Sandwich gave them (0) _______ name. Today, people in Britain buy more than 5 million of them (33) ______ day. Over 300,000 people are now (34) _______ in the sandwich business in Britain. There are many small sandwich shops (35) ____ offices. Most petrol stations sell (36) _____ sandwiches and all supermarkets now sell (37) _____ large number, too. Sandwiches certainly (38) ____ the favourite food of busy people. They take them back to the office. They eat them quickly in the car (39) ____ the way to an appointment. People often choose to eat a sandwich (40) _____ they have no time to stop work for a meal. So the sandwich business is doing very well.

9 The Ruwenzori Mountains Mary Daniels is a student in England. This year she (1) _____ A very interesting summer holiday. She travelled (2) ______ fifteen other people to the Ruwenzori Mountains in Africa. They went there to help make a road (3) _______ a forest between two big towns. It was very difficult (4) ________ there was no water to drink and no shops where we (5) _______ buy food, said Mary. It was also very cold and wet in the mountains. It is (6) _____ of the wettest places in the world. Mary stayed in the mountains (7) _____ six weeks. It was hard work but she says it was the (8) _____ thing she has ever (9) ______.

10 The Bahamas The Bahamas are (1) ___ group of islands north of Cuba. There are more (2) _____ three thousand i slands in the Bahamas. People live on twenty- nine of (3) _____; nobody lives on the other islands. There are not many factories on the islands (4) ____ many famous banks have offices there. The islands are very near to the USA and (5) ______ of the people there speak English. Many people (6) _____ the United States visit the Bahamas for their holidays because (7) ___ is hot and sunny for most of the year. Some people (8) ____ there because the sea is very beautiful. People do water sports or just relax on the beach. These tourists (9) _____ brought a lot of money to the islands.


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