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Desert Wanderers

Reading comprehension(quiz, test)

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Where did Bedouins live in the past? in the desert
in villages
in towns
on the outskirts of towns
According to the writer, what are Bedouins best known for? their courage
their independent spirit
their giving nature
their respect for the desert
Why did Bedouins never settle in one place? because they preferred to wander around the desert
because the desert environment forced them to
because they didn't have much land available
because of water shortages
What do Bedouins give fellow travellers? a tent
spices
advice on where to find water
coffee
Which of the following is not true? Bedouins today live near towns
Bedouins today travel by car
Bedouins today have access to more land
Bedouins today are less traditional than their ancestors