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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #126422: Honeybees
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    Honeybees


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    Honeybees are small, winged insects. They live in honeycombs, from where we extract honey. They have yellow and black stripes, and a plump body. Some species might even sting.

    Every bee colony has a queen, drones and workers. Workers cooperate in nest building and other tasks while the queen bee lays eggs.

    The workers are devoted to their queen, and usually mourn when she dies. After that they choose a new queen and feed her extra honey and keep her in a 'royal chamber'. 

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    1. Honeybees are .

    2. The bee is the head of the colony.

    3. The queen lives in the .

    4. Honeybees have stripes.

    5. After the queen dies, the workers .

    6. Honeybees have bodies.

    7. Some species of honeybees might even .

    8. Workers build .

    9. When the queen is selected, she is fed .

    10. The queen bee .










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