Dolphins(Reading Skill)

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When a dolphin lifts its face from the water,it seems to be smiling at us.Dolphins look they jump out of the water.They look very beautiful,too.There smooth bodies shine in the sun.

Dolphins are playful.They play with people.They play with each other.They can blow bubble rings.Then they push the rings with their noses!

Some dolphins live in water parks.They learn how to do many tricks.They can jump through hoops.They can carry big balls on the tips of their noses.They can move on top of the water using their strong tails.People smile and clap.

Dolphins have helped us ,too.They have pushed swimmers to shore or kept them safe from sharks.They have warned ships of danger.

We should help dolphins,too.We should try not to hurt dolphins with our boats.We should keep their ocean home clean.

Read the question.Fill in the bubble next to the correct answer.

1.What is the passage about?

(A). what dolphin do

(B). when dolphins eat

(C). where dolphins go

(D). why dolphins jump

2.Which one tells that dolphins help people?

(A). They look beautiful

(B). They save swimmers

(C). They walk on their tails

(D). They play with each other.

3. Because dolphins do tricks,______________________

(A). they look beautiful

(B). they help swimmers

(C). they look like they are smiling

(D). people like to watch them

4. Dolphins and children both like to________________

(A). clap

(B). laugh

(C). play

(D). read

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