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Reading Multiple Choice Worksheet 9

Read the text and then for each question, choose which of the three possible answers is best. Think also about why the other three answers are not possible.

The Art of Making and Flying Kites

Hi, I'm Lena and I love kites. Making and flying kites is my hobby. It's both fun and creative. I want to share my experience with you.

I started making kites as a child. My first kite was simple but it flew really well. Making kites is not too hard. You need some materials like paper, sticks, string, and glue. When I make a kite, I first design it on paper. Then, I cut out the shape and decorate it. I like using bright colours and patterns. It's fun to see my ideas come to life.

After making the kite, the next step is flying it. I go to a park where there's lots of space. The best time to fly kites is when the wind is just right, not too strong or too weak. Holding the kite's string, I run a little to lift it into the air. It's exciting to see the kite rise up and dance in the sky. I feel happy when my kite flies high.

Flying kites is a great way to relax. It also helps me to meet other people who like kites. We share tips and enjoy flying our kites together.

Kite flying is more than a hobby for me. It's a way to express my creativity. Each kite I make is special. It's like making art that can fly.

I think everyone should try making and flying a kite. It's a simple joy that brings happiness. For me, there's nothing like watching my kite soar in the sky.

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1. What is Lena's job?

  1. She doesn't say.
  2. Flying kites.
  3. Making kites.

2. How does Lena feel about making kites?

  1. She considers it a rewarding challenge.
  2. She thinks it's a relaxing activity.
  3. She finds it enjoyable and creative.

3. When is the best time to fly kites, according to Lena?

  1. When the wind is moderate.
  2. On a clear and breezy day.
  3. During a mild and pleasant afternoon.

4. What does Lena do to get her kite into the air?

  1. She asks for help.
  2. She throws it in the air.
  3. She needs to run.

5. What benefit does Lena mention about flying kites?

  1. Teaching children.
  2. Meeting other people.
  3. Feeling part of a community.

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