Beginner’s reading: Seagulls, crabs and starfish

From English for Everyone website:

Seagulls live on the beach. They eat small fish, bread, and seaweed. Seagulls run quickly on the sand and fly quickly in the sky. Seagulls will run or fly away if you try to catch them. There are many seagulls on the beach.
Crabs also live on the beach. They eat shrimp, ocean plants, and small fish. Crabs crawl quickly on the sand and in the ocean. Crabs will crawl away if you try to catch them. There are many crabs on the beach, but it is not always easy to see them.
Starfish live on the beach, too. They eat clams, oysters, and small fish. Starfish move slowly on the sand and in the ocean. Starfish will not move away if you try to catch them. There are few starfish on the beach.

The text above is taken from here. Please check the English for Everyone website to find more good reading!

Homework:
Read the text above and go to the link to find seven questions. Please answer them all. You may also answer one of the questions below:
1. Describe an animal in 3 to 5 sentences.
2. Describe a beach that you have once visited in 5 to 6 sentences.

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