6. Reading Skills Comprehension: River

By | April 22, 2020

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 RIVER

Read the passage carefully and answer the questions that follow:                                                                                

Once upon a time there was a little red fox. One day he was very thirsty and he went to river to have a drink. When he peered into the water, he became very angry. There was another fox looking at him. He growled at it to go away and said it was his river.

 Of course, the fox in the river did not go away but he made no sound. The fox again shouted at the other fox that he would leap in the water and bite the nasty ugly fox. Little brown duck heard little red fox shouting and asked him why he was doing so. The fox told her that there was another fox in the water which was not going away. The duck told him there was no other fox but little red fox insisted he would jump into the water and bite him.                                                                                                                                                                 Little brown duck said, “Don’t do that, in the middle of the river lives a terrible crocodile. He will grab you and eat you for his dinner. His teeth are long white spears.”The fox laughed and said, “I am not scared of any stupid crocodile.” Then, the fox jumped into the river.

 1.Why was little fox angry?

2.Who heard the little red fox shouting?

3.How did the little brown duck describe the crocodile’s teeth?

4.What do you think the little red fox was wise or foolish?

5.Who lived in the middle of the river?

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