Bài 29: A Bird Attacks

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Heather loved the (1) of soaring high above the land and sea. She learned how to hang-glide from her (2).
Initially, she was scared to (3). The first time he took her up, she hung (4) for dear life. But by the end of that (5), she was hooked. Half a year later, she (6) her own hang-glider.
Almost every weekend, she (7) to Torrey Pines and leaped off the cliff. She could soar to La Jolla in (8) than five minutes. She liked to fly (9) the town. She would wave at kids pointing and looking (10) at her, and they would shout and wave back excitedly.
One day she was (11) to the launch site when she noticed a red hawk rapidly (12) her. It briefly disappeared. Then she (13) its claws ripping the wing's fabric. It flew off. But the next (14) she knew, it was flying straight at her. She turned out of its way, but it (15) at her again. She was scared.
She had to evade its (16) four times before she was able to land safely. Even after she (17), it circled overhead, as if daring her to fly again. What did I do to you, she (18).
As she drove home, she found out that she had been (19). The radio news reported that in Australia, a hang-glider had (20) attacked by not one, but two, eagles.
Maybe it was something in the air, Heather thought.


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ngocloan518
đăng lúc 08:35 - 25/03/2017

Heather loved the (1) freedom of soaring high above the land and sea. She learned how to hang-glide from her (2) boyfriend . 
Initially, she was scared to (3) death . The first time he took her up, she hung (4) on for dear life. But by the end of that (5) flight , she was hooked. Half a year later, she (6) bought her own hang-glider. 
Almost every weekend, she (7) drove to Torrey Pines and leaped off the cliff. She could soar to La Jolla in (8)less than five minutes. She liked to fly (9) over the town. She would wave at kids pointing and looking (10) up at her, and they would shout and wave back excitedly. 
One day she was (11) returning to the launch site when she noticed a red hawk rapidly (12) approaching her. It briefly disappeared. Then she (13) heard its claws ripping the wing's fabric. It flew off. But the next (14)thing she knew, it was flying straight at her. She turned out of its way, but it (15) dove at her again. She was scared. 
She had to evade its (16) attacks four times before she was able to land safely. Even after she (17) landed , it circled overhead, as if daring her to fly again. What did I do to you, she (18) wondered . 
As she drove home, she found out that she had been (19) lucky . The radio news reported that in Australia, a hang-glider had (20) been attacked by not one, but two, eagles. 
Maybe it was something in the air, Heather thought.

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tuananhnb
đăng lúc 08:32 - 24/03/2017

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tuananhnb
đăng lúc 08:32 - 24/03/2017

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anhnv.hut.ee
đăng lúc 01:35 - 08/05/2016

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