Quiz de Língua Inglesa (12) para os anos finais

Prova online (12) de Inglês de Interpretação de Texto para os anos finais.

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Quiz de Língua Inglesa

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Hi There! 

Hi there! So glad you came. 
Hi there! So glad you came. 
Hi there! So glad you came. 
1-2-3 let’s shout “Hurray!” 
Hi there! So glad you’re here. 
Hi there! So glad you’re here. 
Hi there! So glad you’re here. 
1-2-3 let’s give a cheer! 


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Turtles born on beach in Mumbai for first time in 20 years after mass litter clean-up 

Turtles have hatched on a beach that just three years ago was teeming with thousands of tons of plastic litter. About 90 hatchlings scuttled to the sea after being born at Versova beach on the eastern side of Mumbai, India, after a huge three-year clean-up operation. 
It was the first time in nearly 20 years that young Olive Ridley turtles have been born at the stretch that faces the Arabian Sea. 
A lawyer, Afroz Shah, launched a huge volunteer project in 2015 to clear the area of the 5,000 tons of litter, which in places was 5ft deep. It was so successful that the UN called it the world’s largest beach clean-up. [...] 


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Weather Watch 

Thunderclouds gather near the town of Müllrose, Germany, on April 9. These unusual formations are called mammatus clouds. Their shape can vary. Here, bulges emerge from the base of the cloud.

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That’s Why 

Why does a squirrel have a bushy tail? It’s for... 
A. storing nuts. 
B. keeping up with fashion trends. 
C. staying warm in winter. 
The answer is C. When a squirrel is in a tree, it uses its tail for balance. This helps it move from branch to branch. But the tail also keeps the animal warm in winter. A squirrel curls into a ball, using its tail as a blanket.


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LAM, Chow Hon 

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Best Job in the World 

Meet Huang Shunjie. He might have the best job in the world. The 24-year-old is a panda photographer and zookeeper. Huang spends each day caring for 18 panda cubs at the Giant Panda Protection and Research Center, in China. He prepares their meals of bamboo and milk formula. He checks on their growth and health. And he carries these two-tone fluff-balls between their sleeping pens and their public enclosure. 
The best part? “I can get very close to the baby pandas, which makes many people jealous,” Huang told TIME. “I get to hug them all the time.” 
There are, of course, bad parts to any job. In Huang’s case, it’s the regular bites and scratches he gets from the 45- to 55-pound bears. But it’s a small price to pay to spend each day among the pandas’ roly-poly cuteness. They tumble around, balance on their heads, and bop around like furry toddlers. “I’m a full-time daddy for these fluffy baby pandas,” says Huang. [...] 


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