Reading Comprehension 5 by Louis Fidge

By Louis Fidge

This sequence is a six-level supplementary talents direction for basic faculties, which offers with examining, writing and spelling talents and enhances any path publication at this point. The examining sequence introduces kids to a variety of either informative and funny textual content forms together with fiction, truth and poetry. The constitution of every unit follows an identical development, making the direction obtainable and straightforward to exploit for either lecturers and students.

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3 The crocodile snapped its jaws and caught a fish in _ 4 'What a clever boy am,' said Ali . ' the girl asked the boy. 6 The boy was angry because the girl called names. 7 The man joined the lady and walked along with _ 8 When we shouted at the birds flew away. ' the teacher asked the girl. 10 The lady lost purse. 1 Think of an appropriate double consonant to complete each of these words. e bu_on a rabb it b va_ey c fo_ow d pa_age sto_er j a_end f ca_age g a_oy h su_ess k su_est I sa_Ie m pu_ing 2 Write each word again and break it down into syllables.

When they looked at the plant in torchlight it was fiery red and gold. • Hutchins saw from his instruments that it was getting colder. • Hutchins stopped when he saw a plant growing bigger. • The plant began moving towards them. • Jerry and Hutchins climbed the cliff. • The plant stopped about ten feet away from them. • When they got to the clifftop they could see the marks of dried-up rivers. Rewrite this conversation in reported speech. ) Jerry: What's the matter? s. Hutchins: Look at that rock.

Rabbit had long ears. Rabbit had a funny white tail but he had a quick brain and long, strong legs. One day Rabbit was sitting in the sun. Tiger crept up behind him . Now I've got you! Tiger: Help! Help! Rabbit: Narrator: Rabbit jumped out of the way just in time and ran through the jungle, across the fields and into a deep, rocky valley. Tiger chased after him. Rabbit: Oh no! There's no way out. I'm trapped! 33 Narrator: Rabbit thought quickly. He threw himself against a huge rock with his arms outstretched.

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