Atividade de Inglês, proposta para estudantes do sexto ou sétimo ano do ensino fundamental, com questões sobre “The African Continent”.
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The African Continent
Africa is considered to be the second largest continent in the world with a total area of around 11 million square miles that account for 5.7% of the earth’s surface as well as 20% of the total surface of land on our planet.
It has a rich geography as well as an interesting history thus making it a continent with such biodiversity that is awe inspiring. Africa has much more to it than poverty and Apartheid, for which it is well known the world over.
There are 54 countries as well as quite a few disputed territories.
Facts About Africa
We can find some very poor nations there;
Disease and famine kill millions of its people each year;
Many of its children don´t have basic education.
Africa also boasts of having the longest river in the world which is the Nile that runs for around 4,150 miles before it meets the ocean.
Africa is a land of contrasts, but it is a fascinating continent.
Test your knowledge about the African continent.
1) What´s the name of the largest desert in Africa?
a) ( ) Sahara
b) ( ) Mandala
c) ( ) Seychelles
d) ( ) Mauritius
2) What´s the name of Africa´s longest river?
a) ( ) Nile
b) ( ) Niger
c) ( ) Nider
d) ( ) Niner
3) How many different languages do people speak in Africa?
a) ( ) Over 2,000
b) ( ) Over 1,000
c) ( ) About 30
d) ( ) Over 1,000,000
4) How many countries are there in Africa?
a) ( ) Eight
b) ( ) ten
c) ( ) Fifty-four
d) ( ) Ninety
5) What mountain would you climb to reach the tallest point in Africa?
a) ( ) Mount Kilimanjaro
b) ( ) Mount São Tomé
c) ( ) Mount Sierra
d) ( ) Mount Cape Verde
6) Mount Kilimanjaro is located in:
a) ( ) Tanzania
b) ( ) Kenya
c) ( ) Sudan
d) ( ) Chad
7) What´s the name of Africa´s largest lake?
a) ( ) Kilimanjaro
b) ( ) Victoria
c) ( ) Nile
d) ( ) Madagascar
8) What´s the name of Africa´s largest country?
a) ( ) Tanzania
b) ( ) Nile
c) ( ) Kenya
d) ( ) Sudan
9) Assinale nas alternativas que apresentam fatos reais sobre a África, de acordo com informações contidas nos textos I , II e III:
a) ( ) Há nações muito pobres na África.
b) ( ) A doença e a fome matam milhões de pessoas por ano.
c) ( ) Muitas crianças não têm educação básica.
d) ( ) A África é considerada o terceiro maior continente do mundo.
e) ( ) A África tem uma população estimada de 977 milhões de pessoas.
10) Observe o mapa e, pinte os nomes dos países que fazem parte do continente africano.
11) Wildlife in Africa.
Read the descriptions and match them with the correct pictures.
This animal is a member of the ape family. It lives in group in African rainforests. It is very intelligent. It sleeps in the trees. It eats fruit, plants, insects, eggs and meat. It lives about 45 years.
This animal is very fast. It can reach speeds of over 100 km/h. It lives in east and southwest Africa and it is like big cat. It has long, thin, muscular legs. It hunts small antelopes, other mammals and birds.
This animal is very tall. It lives in East Africa, Angola and Zambia. IT has a really long neck and short tail. Its color varies from beige to brown. It eats a lot of leaves, up to 66 kd a day.
This a very large and strong animal, but it is not agressive. It has a very big head, small ears , dark brown eyes. It has black fur and no tail. It lives in dense forest in central and west Africa. It lives in groups of 30 to 40 animals. It eats fruit, roots and plants.
This animal is a big mammal. It lives on savannas, in dense forest and in river valleys south of the Sahara Desert. It can be up to four meters tall. It has very big ears. It has gray-brown skin, a very short tail and long, strong trunk. It has two tusks. It eats fruit, roots, grasses and berries, and it drinks about 50 gallons of water a day.
This animal is the biggest reptile of Africa. It lives in marshes, swamps and the rivers of Africa. It has four short legs and a long tail. It is grey, dark green or brown when it is young. When it gets older it becomes darker. It eats fish, other animals and even human beings.
12) Paint the picture:
Por Rosiane Fernandes Silva – Graduada em Letras
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