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 Reading/Answer :
Canada is the northern neighbor of the United States of America. The capital of Canada is Ottawa,but the
biggest city is Toronto.In Toronto you can see -the CN Tower
,which is 553 meters high-the  tallest building in Canada.
 
Canada has two national languages-English and French.
Every Canadian pupil studies both languages in school.
The French-speaking Canadians live mainly in a region called Quebec.
 
The native Canadians are Inuit(once called "Eskimos").
The word Inuit "means human beings
.The Inuit live in the cold Arctic region in the north.
They build their houses from whale bones.
The Inuit hunt for whales, seals and fish.When they go hunting,
they build igloos.Igloos are made of blocks of hard snow.
 
The most famous tourist attraction is the Niagara Falls.
The waterfalls  are between the U.S.A. and Canada.
 The Canadian part of the falls is 49 meters high-higher
and more exciting than the American part. Millions of tourists
come to see the Niagara Falls every year.   
 
Comprehension/ Complete the sentence:
 

the biggest city, Niagara Falls, the capital city, the tallest buiding

 
 The most well known attraction in Canada :is 
                                 .
 Ottawa is            .
 Toronto is           .
 The CN Tower is  .
                                                            
2.Choose the correct answer:
 
 Every pupil in Canada learns either
 English or French
 both English and French at school.
 
3. Complete the sentences according to paragraph 3:

whale bones     snow        northern   live      Eskimo

The Inuit were once called .
They live in Canada.
They useto build their houses.
When they go hunting,they in igloos.
The igllos are made of  .
 
4. The word Inuit means  .
5. Choose the correct answer:
     Niagara Falls are:
  on the border between U.S.A. and Canada
  in Ottawa
  in the Arctic region
 
6. The Canadian part of the Niagara Falls is as high as the 
    American part.  
        
7. Complete the ID Card of :
 
Inuit,English and French,Toronto, U.S.A., CN Tower,  Ottawa
Capital City:                                               
Biggest City:                    
Tallest Building:                
National Languages:          
Native Population:            
Southern Border:             
 
Vocabulary/Match the words:
 
whales,    tourist,    seal,    tower,    waterfall,      igloo
          
      
        
      
       
Opposites/Find the words that are opposite in meaning to:
 
1. the smallest      ( paragraph 1)
2. the shortest     ( paragraph 1)
3. hot                           ( paragraph 3)
4. soft                          ( paragraph 3)
5. low                           ( paragraph 4)
 
Vocabulary in Use/Complete the sentences:
 

both,    tourists,    mainly,    hunt,   capital,      language building, neighbors, building, tourist attraction

 
1.Our next door are our best friends.
2.The Eiffel Tower is France'smost famous .
3.We don't  for food.We buy everything in the
   supermarket.
4.London is the  city of England. 
5.What is the tallest in your city?
6.What do you speak at home? English or French?
7. My cat  eats meat. I rarely give her fish.
8. Millions of  come to Canada every year.
9. My sisters like sport, but I don't 
 

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