A polar bear pulled a man out of his sleeping bag when he was sleeping. The man is in Norway to see the solar eclipse. "It was going for my head. I used my hands to protect my head," said Jakub Moravec.
Mr Moravec said he tried to stop the animal’s mouth before another of the group took out a gun and saved his life. "Now I am fine. I have some scratches in the face, on one arm and on the back. But I feel fine,"
The man was in a group of six. Another of the group, Zuzana Hakova, said her mother had shot at the bear three times. They took Moravec to hospital. And he said he hoped to be out of hospital in time for Friday morning’s eclipse.
Police later hunted the bear down and killed it.
1. What was the man doing when the polar bear pulled him?
A He was reading a book.
B He was making a phone call.
C He was taking photos.
D He was sleeping.
2. When the moon stops people on the earth from seeing the sun, we call it_____.
A solar eclipse
B lunar eclipse
3. Which part of Mr Moravec is all right in fighting with the bear?
A His face.
B His left leg.
C His arm.
D His back.
4. What is the best time to watch the solar eclipse?
A On the night of Friday.
B On Thursday evening.
C At noon of Friday.
D On the morning of Friday.
5. At least______members of the group are families.