A) clinging seaweed
B) The rocky coast
C) raw sewage and stinging jellyfish
D) heavy ship traffic
A) She crossed the English Channel the first time she tried
B) She was one of the best all around swimmers in the world
C) She used to swim in the ocean every day
D) She grew up in New York
A) to make her glide off the waves
B) to protect her from the sun
C) to protect her from the cold
D) to keep sharks away
A) They sang silly songs to keep her from getting bored.
B) They tried to get her to stop when the weather got bad.
C) all of the things listed here
D) They carried a sign to encourage her
A) A waterway between England and France
B) A roadway between England and Spain
C) A waterway between New York and England.
D) A waterway between England and Spain
A) To teach people about the history of swimmers who tried to swim the English Channel.
B) To provide an example of a woman who broke sterotypes and show that girls can do things as well as boys.
C) To try to persuade people from trying to swim the English Channel.
D) To report about Olympic Heroes from the past.
B) She felt okay because she had accomplished her life's biggest goal.
D) Angry that she had crossed the channel
A) Had a stubbed toe.
B) Had damaged her hearing.
C) Had all the injuries listed here.
D) Had a tongue that was swollen twice its normal size.
1.B 2.A 3.C 4.C 5.A 6.B 7.A 8.C 9.B 10.C