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Phrase check

3 2 2 World News

▶Word Check

☞ Write the meanings of the words.

▶Phrase Check

☞ Choose the correct word or phrase for each blank.

participated, raise funds, from achieving, disability, push, like


Phrase check

3 2 2 World News

▶Reading Comprehension 1

Kid With No Legs Climbs 103 Floors

A teenager climbed every 103 floors of a building. Michael, 14, who was born without legs, climbed the 2,109 steps leading to the 103rd floor of the Willis Tower in Chicago. He was one of about 2,500 climbers who participated in a campaign. It was to raise funds for The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. McCarthy has received care from the institute for about 10 years. He wanted to prove to people that having a disability shouldn’t stop you from achieving your goal. ”I wanted to show people that if a kid with no legs like me can do it, anyone can do it,” he said. “Don’t let anything or anyone push you down.”He said he took many breaks throughout the climb. “My heart was beating a lot, but I knew I was going to make it up the building. I’m so proud of myself,” McCarthy said as the crowd cheered for him at the top.

☞ Choose the best answer based on the article.


Phrase check

3 2 2 World News

▶Reading Comprehension 2

Kid With No Legs Climbs 103 Floors

A teenager climbed every 103 floors of a building. Michael, 14, who was born without legs, climbed the 2,109 steps leading to the 103rd floor of the Willis Tower in Chicago. He was one of about 2,500 climbers who participated in a campaign. It was to raise funds for The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. McCarthy has received care from the institute for about 10 years. He wanted to prove to people that having a disability shouldn’t stop you from achieving your goal. ”I wanted to show people that if a kid with no legs like me can do it, anyone can do it,” he said. “Don’t let anything or anyone push you down.”He said he took many breaks throughout the climb. “My heart was beating a lot, but I knew I was going to make it up the building. I’m so proud of myself,” McCarthy said as the crowd cheered for him at the top.

☞ Write True(T) or False(F).

▶ Structure

☞ Change the sentence following the guideline.

(Example) It is not easy to teach the old new tricks.

→ Teaching the old tricks is not easy.

25. It is real fun to talk with three-year-old kids.

→ is really fun.


Phrase check

3 2 2 World News

▶Word Check

☞ Write the meanings of the words.

▶Phrase Check

☞ Choose the correct word or phrase for each blank.

participated, raise funds, from achieving, disability, push, like


Phrase check

3 2 2 World News

▶Reading Comprehension 1

Kid With No Legs Climbs 103 Floors

A teenager climbed every 103 floors of a building. Michael, 14, who was born without legs, climbed the 2,109 steps leading to the 103rd floor of the Willis Tower in Chicago. He was one of about 2,500 climbers who participated in a campaign. It was to raise funds for The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. McCarthy has received care from the institute for about 10 years. He wanted to prove to people that having a disability shouldn’t stop you from achieving your goal. ”I wanted to show people that if a kid with no legs like me can do it, anyone can do it,” he said. “Don’t let anything or anyone push you down.”He said he took many breaks throughout the climb. “My heart was beating a lot, but I knew I was going to make it up the building. I’m so proud of myself,” McCarthy said as the crowd cheered for him at the top.

☞ Choose the best answer based on the article.


Phrase check

3 2 2 World News

▶Reading Comprehension 2

Kid With No Legs Climbs 103 Floors

A teenager climbed every 103 floors of a building. Michael, 14, who was born without legs, climbed the 2,109 steps leading to the 103rd floor of the Willis Tower in Chicago. He was one of about 2,500 climbers who participated in a campaign. It was to raise funds for The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago. McCarthy has received care from the institute for about 10 years. He wanted to prove to people that having a disability shouldn’t stop you from achieving your goal. ”I wanted to show people that if a kid with no legs like me can do it, anyone can do it,” he said. “Don’t let anything or anyone push you down.”He said he took many breaks throughout the climb. “My heart was beating a lot, but I knew I was going to make it up the building. I’m so proud of myself,” McCarthy said as the crowd cheered for him at the top.

☞ Write True(T) or False(F).

▶ Structure

☞ Change the sentence following the guideline.

(Example) It is not easy to teach the old new tricks.

→ Teaching the old tricks is not easy.

25. It is real fun to talk with three-year-old kids.

→ Talking with three-year-old kids is really fun.


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