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Tiếng Anh Lớp 3

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You are going to read a folktale from Norway. It tells about a hungry bear and a fox with a string of fish...


Why the Bear Has a Stumpy Tail

One winter day, the Bear met the Fox, who was slinking along with a string of fish he had stolen.

“Hi, stop a minute, Mr. Fox! Where did you get those fish?” demanded the Bear.

Now the Fox, as you know, is a sly one indeed. He didn’t want the Bear to know that he had stolen the fish. So he said, “Oh, my Lord Bruin, I’ve been out fishing and caught them.”

Well, the Bear was hungry and thought he would enjoy some fish. So he asked the Fox to tell him how to go about catching fish.

“Oh, it is quite easy,” answered the Fox, “and soon learned. You have only to go down to the river and cut a hole in the ice. Then you put your tail in the hole and keep it there as long as you can. Don’t mind if it hurts a little. That will be the fish biting. The longer you keep your tail in the hole, the more fish you will catch. Then, all at once, pull out your tail. But be sure to give a good hard pull.”

Well, the Bear did as the Fox said. Before long, he was very cold, and his tail really hurt. But he kept his tail in the hole until he was sure that he must have caught a great many fish.

Then, remembering what the Fox had said, he gave a really hard pull. But what he didn’t know was that his tail was frozen in the ice. So when he pulled, his tail snapped off short. And that is why, to this day, the Bear has a stumpy tail.



1. What punctuation tells you someone is saying these sentences?
A.  quotation marks
B.  exclamation point
C.  question mark
D.  commas


2. Why did the Fox make up the story about how he caught the fish?
A.  He thought a silly story would amuse the Bear.
B.  He did not want to tell the Bear that he had stolen the fish.
C.  He wanted the Bear to think he was very smart.
D.  He hoped the Bear would follow his directions and catch some fish.


3. The Bear’s tail hurt while he had it in the hole because
A.  fish were biting it.
B.  he had to keep it still for so long.
C.  it was broken off.
D.  the water froze around it.




4. The word stumpy means
A.  furry.
B.  short
C.  long
D.  ugly


It takes a special person to be an astronaut. Read what made Sally Ride special...


Astronaut Sally Ride

. . . 4 . . . 3 . . . 2 . . . 1 . . . 0 . . . Lift-off!

The rocket engines roar as Challenger leaves the launch pad. Over a half million people are at Cape Canaveral, Florida, to watch. In less than three minutes the spacecraft is thirty miles up. Soon it disappears from sight.

This is the second flight of Challenger. It carries a crew of five. Aboard is mission specialist Sally Ride, age thirty-two. She is a pioneer, the first American woman in space. Sally Ride is also the youngest American astronaut to circle the earth in a spacecraft. Sally knew she could do anything she wanted to do when she was a little girl growing up in Encino. Sally believed in herself. She had the will of a winner in school and in sports.

The neighborhood boys knew they’d have stiff competition in their baseball and football games when Sally was on the field. She was as good as any of them. Sally worked and played to make her team the best.

Sally was nine when Dr. Ride took a leave from his work in the schools. For a year the family traveled in Europe. Sally and her sister “Bear,” aged seven, saw just how big the world is. What a great adventure, learning about other people in other countries!

Sally Ride was one of 8,900 people who wanted to be in the NASA astronaut-training program. NASA is short for National Aeronautics and Space Administration. NASA looked for winners, people who were the best in their fields. Just 35 of the 8,900 applicants were chosen for the NASA astronaut class of 1978. Sally Ride was one of the six women chosen.

When Challenger lifted off the pad at Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, the world watched. Everyone listened as the astronaut team reported activities to Mission Control in Houston.

“The thing that I’ll remember most about the flight is that it was fun,” said Sally Ride. “In fact, I’m sure it was the most fun that I will ever have in my life.”



5. The story begins this way in order to
A.  tell you the number of paragraphs in the selection.
B.  show that Sally Ride was good at arithmetic.
C.  tell how many astronauts were on the flight.
D.  make you think of a rocket blasting off.




6. The word disappears means
A.  goes away.
B.  falls down.
C.  drops.
D.  climbs.




7. In this sentence the word astronaut means
A.  a special type of rocket ship.
B.  a person who travels in space.
C.  where NASA is located.
D.  people who work at an airport.




8. In this phrase, they’d stands for
A.  they had.
B.  they will.
C.  they would.
D.  they can.


9. Which statement BEST describes why Sally Ride was successful?
A.  She played baseball and football with boys.
B.  She believed in herself and had the will of a winner.
C.  She traveled with her sister and parents in Europe.
D.  She learned about people in other countries.


10. This story is an example of a
A.  fable.
B.  poem.
C.  mystery.
D.  biography.




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