Black Honeyeater (The Present tense)


Grammar — Beginner Level
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The black honeyeater    differences between males and females. The male is black and white while the female is a speckled grey-brown. It    in Australia, and ranges extensively across the arid areas of the continent.

The black honeyeater has a long curved bill to reach the base of tubular flowers. It also takes insects in the air, and regularly    ash left behind at campfires.

The males    little to nest-building or incubating the eggs. Both sexes    and care for the young.

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  1. Which is the most common bird in the region where you live? Describe it

  2. What is your favorite animal? Why?

  3. Are you afraid of insects? Why or why not?


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      • the soft gray powder that remains after something has been completely burned and destroyed by fire
      • used to indicate two or more people or things that are joined, related, or connected in some way
      • a bird's beak (mouth)
      • an open-air fire in a camp or picnic area
      • (fed) give food and water, nourish
      • relating to the sex that can reproduce or lay eggs (in humans, girls and women)
      • relating to the sex that cannot reproduce or lay eggs (in humans, boys and men)
      • the place where a bird lays its eggs and takes care of its young
      • (ranged) to vary within certain limits; fluctuate
      • covered or marked with a large number of small spots or patches of color


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