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REA*ING I T$+%i&! in F%an#e Tourists have different reasons for choosing a country for a vacation. Some tourists want to relax. They may go to a beautiful beach. Some tourists want to experience nature. They may go hiking in the mountains. Other tourists want to see a historic site, like the Great Wall of #ondon. !rance has all of these. $t has beautiful beaches in the south along the %editerranean Sea. $t has places to ski and hike in the &lps mountains. $t has many historic sites to visit, like the beautiful old city of arcassonne, which has high stone walls around it. 'ecause !rench food is famous everywhere, some people come to !rance (ust to eat) &nd of course, *aris is the capital of !rance. *aris has two extremely famous monuments that tourists love. The first is +otre "ame of *aris, a beautiful church in the center of the city. &bout ,million tourists visit +otre "ame each year. *aris also has the .iffel Tower. &t the top of the tower, you have an ama/ing view of *aris. The city also has the #ouvre %useum. $t was an old palace, a building for the !rench kings. $t receives the most visitors of any museum in the world. +ear *aris, there are other popular places for tourists. Over ,0 million people visit *aris "isneyland each year. Others go to 1ersailles, the huge palace where a famous king lived. 'ecause !rance offers so much, it is usually the number one country in the world for tourists. $n one year, more than 23 million people visit !rance. That4s because !rance has everything that tourists want. hina. !inally, some tourists want entertainment. They go to theme parks, like "isneyland, or to a city with live theater, like

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d. Tourists like to visit foreign countries. -. W,a( i& (,e !ain idea $' (,e 'i%&( 2a%ag%a2,1 a. "ifferent tourists want different things. b. Tourists love visiting hina . c. !rance is popular with tourists. d. &ll tourists like to do the same things.

5. W,a( i& Ca%#a&&$nne1 a. &n old city in !rance b. & building in *aris c. & famous museum d. & church in !rance 3. A.$+( ,$3 !an4 2e$2-e /i&i( N$(%e *a!e $' Pa%i& ea#, 4ea%1 a. ,- million b. ,0 million c. - million d. 23 million 6. W,a( d$e& (,e a%(i#-e !en(i$n1 a. churches, beaches, and mountains b. mountains, beaches, and bridges c. beaches, museums, and parks d. bridges, beaches, and palaces 7. W,e%e #an 4$+ ,i e and & i1 a. in the &lps b. in the south c. in arcassonne d. in *aris 2. W,i#, &en(en#e i& (%+e1 a. The .iffel Tour is not popular. b. There are beaches in the east. c. arcassonne is a modern city. d. 1ersailles is not in *aris. '. C$!2-e(e (,e dia-$g+e 3i(, (,e #$%%e#( 3$%d& in (,e .$50 Y$+ d$ n$( need ($ +&e a-- (,e
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M$(,e%6 Sarah, we need to talk about this summer. $ want you take a math class. 8ou need to 999999999999 the math you learned this year. Sa%a,6 %om, $ don:t want to take a math class. $ need some time to 99999999999 and do nothing. $t was a hard year. M$(,e%6 8ou can:t (ust do this. 8ou will be 99999999. 8ou need to do something interesting.

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Sa%a,6 $ want to 999999999999 the world, meet some new friends. $ want to read. $ want to go swimming. &ll $ know is school now. M$(,e%6 $ think $ understand. &t school, you have to 99999999999 with the other students every day. Sa%a,6 8es, $ need some free time. 'ut don:t worry. $ am a good student. %y grades were all above 9999999999999. &fter a week or two of rest, $:ll be ready for new 99999999999999. %aybe $ will go to a summer camp. M$(,e%6 That sounds like an excellent idea.

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Ma%i$ M$%en$ Re4e& Ki4$&,i A(&+!i There are many funny actors in the world. Some become famous only in their countries. !ew become famous all over the world. Two of the most famous comedians are %ario %oreno ?eyes from %exico and @iyoshi &tsumi from Aapan. 8ou probably don4t know these names. 'ut maybe you know their film namesB antinflas and ToraCsan. %ario %oreno ?eyes became %exico4s most famous comedian. ;e was born in %exico in ,D,,. ;e was a singer and a dancer. ;e traveled around %exico. $n ,D57, he made his first film. ;e used the name antinflas. +o one is sure where that name came from. ;e made 3D more films as antinflas. *eople loved him because he played an ordinary person. When he talked to important people, he was confident. ;e used big words. ;e talked fast. *eople loved that. @iyoshi &tsumi was born in ,D-= in Aapan. When he was -5, he started a (ob as a comedian in a theater. Then, he became an actor. $n ,D7D, he got a (ob to play EToraCsanE in a movie. ToraCsan was an

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important character for Aapanese people. ;e was an ordinary man. &tsumi played ToraCsan in 3= movies. ToraCsan was a salesman. ;e always traveled. ;e wanted an ordinary life. ;e wanted a family. There was always a problem, so he went to the next town. These comedians showed ordinary people and their problems. *eople loved that and laughed a lot.

&. Read (,e a%(i#-e a.$/e and #i%#-e (,e #$%%e#( a-(e%na(i/e0 ,. W,a( i& (,e !ain idea $' (,e a%(i#-e1 a. *eople do not laugh at ordinary characters in movies. b. omedy is an important part of people:s lives. c. %any comedians become famous all over the world. d. %oreno and and &tsumi were special comedians. -. W,en 3a& Ma%i$ M$%en$ Re4e& .$%n1 a. $n ,D7D b. $n ,D57 c. $n D-= d. $n ,D,, 5. W,a( 9$. did Ki4$&,i A(&+!i ,a/e 3,en ,e 3a& :;1 a. a comedian in a theatre b. a singer and a dancer c. a travelling salesman d. an actor in a movie 3. H$3 !an4 'i-!& a%e (,e%e 3i(, Can(in'-a&1 a. 60 b. 6, c. 3D d. 3= 6. W,a( ind $' 2e$2-e 3e%e T$%a<&an and Can(in'-a&1 a. ordinary b. confident c. intelligent d. fast talkers. '. C$!2-e(e (,e &en(en#e& 3i(, (,e #$%%e#( '$%! $' (,e 3$%d& in (,e .$50 One 3$%d i& e5(%a=
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@.99999999999999999999999999999999999999 ;e was born in ,=D= in @ansas. &s a young man, he became a circus performer. ;e worked as a trape/e artist and then became a clown. ;e developed one of the most famous clown characters, Weary Willy. ;e worked for a variety of circuses until his death in ,D2D. a0 lowns are very important to people. .0 .mmett @elly was an extremely famous clown. #0 Weary Willy was .mmett @elly:s famous character. d. ircuses are wonderful for people of all ages. :0 99999999999999999999999999999999999999 ;e often laughed when something bad happened. !or example, my friend 'etty fell down and hurt her leg. %y boss laughed. When someone made a mistake, he also laughed. #ast week, the company fired my boss. +o one laughed because we4re not mean people. a. #aughter is important in businesses for reducing stress. b. +ot everyone is kind. c. $ worked for a long time in a big company. d. %y old boss was pretty mean, because he doesn:t like spending money. ;0 99999999999999999999999999999999999999 !irst, laughter is socialG we rarely laugh alone. Second, most laughter comes during normal conversation, not after (okes. !inally, women laugh more than men. %en are often the people telling (okes. $n schools, the Eclass clownE is most often a boy. a0 there is a lot of laughter in normal conversations. .0 *eople generally laugh together. #0 Scientists have some interesting information at different.

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d0 %en and women laugh at different things. ?0 99999999999999999999999999999999999999 !or example, $ was very serious when $ was a child. $ rarely laughed or even smiled. $ was very nervous and shy. When $ got older, $ relaxed a lot. %y wife is wonderful and she taught me to en(oy life. .veryone can make changes in their lives. a. *eople change their personalities. b. #aughter makes your life better. c. %y wife changed my life. d. *ersonalities are hard to change. A088888888888888888888888888888888888888 The four brothers, Groucho, hico, ;arpo, and Heppo, made a lot of wonderful movies. *eople laughed at them and the critics liked them too. The &merican !ilm $nstitute has a list of the ,00 best comedy films. There are five %arx 'rothers movies in the list. +o one else can match their record for comedy. a. +ot everyone likes movies by the %arx 'rothers. b. The %arx 'rothers had a difficult family life. c. The %arx 'rothers mane many movies. d. The %arx 'rothers were a very funny comedy team. B088888888888888888888888888888888888888 .ach baby starts to laugh at a different time. 'ut generally, in all countries, some babies start to laugh at around 5 or 3 months. "on4t worry if your baby starts to laugh later than that. 'abies don4t understand (okes, but they laugh at funny sounds or actions, like when you touch their belly. 'abies love this, but parents love it even more) a. *arents are often worried when their baby doesn:t laugh early in his or her life. b. !or parents, one of the sweetest sounds is their baby:s first laughter. c. &ll babies laugh the same way. d. &n important duty of parents is to help their babies laugh.

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