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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #6023: The story of Icarus
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    The story of Icarus

    Put the adverbs and adjectives into the story in the correct position, use each word only once.

       The story of Icarus

    Adjectives:    Hot - Deep - Young - Blue - Large - High - Low

    Adverbs:    Carelessly - Slowly - Carefully - Quickly - Hard - Immediately

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    Daedalus and his son, Icarus, had to escape from Crete. Daedalus worked , and made a pair of wings for himself and his son.The wings were made of feathers and wax. Before they left Crete, he told his son two things. He said, you must fly . Don't fly too , because the sun will melt your wings. Don't fly too because the sea will wet your wings. They left Crete and flew up into the sky. Icarus forgot his father's words and began to fly . He flew too high and the sun melted his wings. He fell into the blue sea and he died .

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