Ice cream is one of the world’s most popular desserts. How much do you know about it? Here are five questions made by Prof. Douglas Jarrell. What do you think the answers are?
1) What is the most popular ice cream flavor?
2) Where was the first ice cream made?
3) How did people make ice cream before there were freezers?
4) When was the ice cream cone first made?
5) How do they sell ice cream to children in summer in the U.S. and Britain?
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Here are the answers to yesterday’s quiz. Readers’ Corner will be on Monday.
(1) The wild animal that kills the most people in North America is the deer. About 200 people are killed each year in traffic accidents with deer.
(2) The giant hornet kills about 40 people a year in Japan with its sting. If you see a hornet nest, walk away!
(3) The animal that kills the most people in Africa is the hippopotamus. Almost 3000 people die each year when they are attacked by hippopotamuses. Mothers will attack a boat in the river and bite the passengers if it comes between them and their calf. (by Prof. Douglas Jarrell)
What is the most dangerous animal? That depends on the country. New Zealand has hardly any dangerous animals. Australia, on the other hand, has dangerous snakes, spiders, crocodiles, sharks, and even octopuses. My first question is:
1. Which animal kills the most people in North America?
a. the scorpion b. the deer c. the alligator
2. Which animal kills the most people in Japan?
a. the viper b. the bear c. the giant hornet
3. Which animal kills the most people in Africa?
a. the lion b. the hyena c. the hippopotamus
Here is a list of things that people in different countries do in the autumn. Can you match the activities to the countries?
(1) People go out and pick wild mushrooms.
(2) Hunting for turkeys is popular.
(3) People make baked stuffed apples.
(4) There are festivals after the rainy summer months.
(5) Autumn is from February to April.
(6) It is a good time to go swimming at the beach.
(7) The cows are brought down from the mountains.
Here are the countries: South Africa, France, Switzerland, Canada, Egypt, Britain, India.
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