YDS SINAVINA HAZIRLIK TESTLER

YDS SINAVINA HAZIRLIK TESTLER



Passage 34.   Africa is the homeland of buff-backed herons. There they follow grazing animals. They eat frogs and grasshoppers disturbed by the grazers. Often a heron perches on a grazer's back to feed on ticks. In 1930 some herons moved to South America. There they followed cattle. They did not eat the same food as the native cow-birds. So newcomers and natives did not quarrel. Now these "cattle egrets" are known in North America. In farming country they have found a new way to get food. They follow a farmer at work. As the soil is turned up, they eat the exposed insects and worms.   Mark the best  choice       1.   The homeland of buff-backed herons is __________.




Passage 34.   Africa is the homeland of buff-backed herons. There they follow grazing animals. They eat frogs and grasshoppers disturbed by the grazers. Often a heron perches on a grazer's back to feed on ticks. In 1930 some herons moved to South America. There they followed cattle. They did not eat the same food as the native cow-birds. So newcomers and natives did not quarrel. Now these "cattle egrets" are known in North America. In farming country they have found a new way to get food. They follow a farmer at work. As the soil is turned up, they eat the exposed insects and worms.   Mark the best  choice     2.   The writer states that the herons follow __________.




Passage 34.   Africa is the homeland of buff-backed herons. There they follow grazing animals. They eat frogs and grasshoppers disturbed by the grazers. Often a heron perches on a grazer's back to feed on ticks. In 1930 some herons moved to South America. There they followed cattle. They did not eat the same food as the native cow-birds. So newcomers and natives did not quarrel. Now these "cattle egrets" are known in North America. In farming country they have found a new way to get food. They follow a farmer at work. As the soil is turned up, they eat the exposed insects and worms.   Mark the best  choice   3.   The continent they reached in 1930 was __________.




Passage 34.   Africa is the homeland of buff-backed herons. There they follow grazing animals. They eat frogs and grasshoppers disturbed by the grazers. Often a heron perches on a grazer's back to feed on ticks. In 1930 some herons moved to South America. There they followed cattle. They did not eat the same food as the native cow-birds. So newcomers and natives did not quarrel. Now these "cattle egrets" are known in North America. In farming country they have found a new way to get food. They follow a farmer at work. As the soil is turned up, they eat the exposed insects and worms.   Mark the best  choice     4.   There was no quarrel with cowbirds because the herons __________.




Passage 34.   Africa is the homeland of buff-backed herons. There they follow grazing animals. They eat frogs and grasshoppers disturbed by the grazers. Often a heron perches on a grazer's back to feed on ticks. In 1930 some herons moved to South America. There they followed cattle. They did not eat the same food as the native cow-birds. So newcomers and natives did not quarrel. Now these "cattle egrets" are known in North America. In farming country they have found a new way to get food. They follow a farmer at work. As the soil is turned up, they eat the exposed insects and worms.   Mark the best  choice       5.   The American name of the buff-backed heron is __________.






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