Primary 3, English, Exercise 5 – tbc, time & marks allocation, review format
Fill in each blank with the most suitable word from the box. Write its letter (A to J) in the blank. Use each word only ONCE.
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A. becoming B. can become C. are condensing D. have condensed E. look
F. looks G. bring H. are bringing I. mean J. meaning
Clouds are water vapours that (1) and clumped together. There are three types of clouds: cumulus clouds, cirrus clouds and stratus clouds.
Cumulus clouds are puffy. They have flat bottoms and are low in the sky. They usually (2) fair weather. However, if they grow tall, they (3) thunderheads and bring rain.
Cirrus clouds are the highest clouds. They usually indicate fair weather, and they look white and feathery.
Finally, stratus clouds are low clouds. They (4) rain or snow. Fog is a stratus cloud at ground level and (5) like a low grey blanket.