Read the texts below. Match choices (A–H) to (1–5). There are three choices you do not need to use. Write your answers on the separate answer sheet.
David de Rothschild is an adventurer, an environmentalist, and an explorer. He has travelled across Antarctica, set a speed record crossing the Greenland ice cap, and reached the North Pole with hungry polar bears following him. Now he’s getting ready for his next adventure: Sailing to Australia in a boat made from recycled plastic bottles!
How did he become an explorer and environmentalist? David answers questions from National Geographic Kids:
David: I was very inquisitive, curious, and mischievous. I was always asking questions. Asking questions leads you on adventures and adventures are breeding grounds for stories. From stories we create our dreams.
AWhat’s the best place you’ve ever travelled to?
BWhat do you daydream about?
CHow did you get into your field of work?
DWhat’s the best piece of advice you can share with others?
EWhat were you like as a kid?
FDo you have any good explorer jokes?
GWhat’s a normal day like for you?
HWhat are you planning to explore in the near future?