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Результат пошуку зображень за запитом "butterflies"Listening Comprehension

The Wonder of Butterflies

Are the statements true(T) or False(F)

1.The exhibition is open from June 3d until June 17th.

2.The largest butterflies can be about 13 centimeters.

3.The Common Birdwing is one of the world’s largest butterflies.

4.Some butterflies eat nectar from flowers and some eat pollen or fruit.

5.The chrysalises shown in the exhibition have been transported  from Canada.

6.The chrysalises turn into butterflies in front of visitors’ eyes.

Результат пошуку зображень за запитом "butterflies"7.The Great Monarch travels long distances.

8. The Great Monarch lives in Africa.

9.The butterfly Dryas Iulia drinks the tears of caimans.

10.The proboscis is a butterfly’s nose.

11. Butterflies can taste with their feet.

12. There are more than twenty-four thousand species of butterflies.

 

N.I.Khomenko, 2019,Form-8

 

Результат пошуку зображень за запитом "butterflies"Listening Comprehension

The Wonder of Butterflies

Are the statements true(T) or False(F)

1.The exhibition is open from June 3d until June 17th.

2.The largest butterflies can be about 13 centimetres.

3.The Common Birdwing is one of the world’s largest butterflies.

4.Some butterflies eat nectar from flowers and some eat pollen or fruit.

5.The chrysalises shown in the exhibition have been transported  from Canada.

6.The chrysalises turn into butterflies in front of visitors’ eyes.

Результат пошуку зображень за запитом "butterflies"7.The Great Monarch travels long distances.

8. The Great Monarch lives in Africa.

9.The butterfly Dryas Iulia drinks the tears of caimans.

10.The proboscis is a butterfly’s nose.

11. Butterflies can taste with their feet.

12. There are more than twenty-four thousand species of butterflies

 

N.I.Khomenko, 2019,Form-8

 

 

.KEYS:1-T,2-F,3-F,4-T,5-F,6-T,7-T,9-T,10-F,11-T,12-T.                         Listening Comprehension

                        The Wonder of Butterflies

GREG: Our next guest is Megan Grant, the organizer of a new exhibition at the Science Museum. Its open from tomorrow, June 3d until June 17th from 10 to 8 every day. Hi, Megan, it’s nice to have you here in the studio.

MEGAN: Thanks, Greg.

GREG: I believe you have some surprises in store for us.

MEGAN: Well butterflies are surprising creatures, for example, did you know there are about twenty-four thousand species of butterflies?

GREG: No, I…

MEGAN: They come in a huge range of colours and sizes. The smallest butterflies are tiny, about a third of a centimeter across, while the biggest ones are about thirty centimeters, almost a hundred times bigger.

GREG: Tell us about some of the species on show.

MEGAN: Well, we have one of the world’s largest butterflies, the Common Birdwing, which as the name indicates is as big as some birds. The female has a wingspan of up to 18cm!

GREG: Impressive.

MEGAN: Most of the butterflies in the exhibition are tropical, from Central America, Africa and Asia. When they get here they’re still in the form of a chrysalis and…

GREG: Sorry, Megan, a chrysalis is a butterfly before it becomes a butterfly, right?

MEGAN: That’s right. Now what we do is very carefully take each chrysalis and stick it to a branch so that visitors can watch the butterflies emerge, slowly spread their wings and fly away. It’s the wonder of metamorphosis from caterpillar to butterfly!

GREG: Wonderful!

MEGAN: You can also see the Monarch butterfly, which is a great traveller, Every year it migrates from the Great Lakes of Canada to the Gulf of Mexico, that’s well over three thousand kilometers!

GREG: What do butterflies eat?

MEGAN: Most butterflies eat nectar from flowers and some eat pollen or fruit, but there’s one extremely unusual species, Dryas Iulia, that drinks the tears of caimans!

GREG: It drinks crocodile tears!

MEGAN: No, not crocodiles, caimans are like alligators, from South America. This butterfly lands on the eye of a caiman, pokes it with its proboscis, and…

GREG: The proboscis, that’s the nose, isn’t it?

MEGAN: Not really, it’s a kind of tube mouth, actually. It pokes its proboscis into the caiman’s eye to make it cry so that it can drink the tears.

GREG: Amazing!

MEGAN: And did you know that butterflies taste with their feet?

GREG: Their feet?

MEGAN: Yes, they taste leaves with their feet to find f good place to lay their eggs. Another amazing fact about butterflies is that they can see more colours than any other animal.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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