Gap-fill exercise

Fill in all the gaps, then press "Check" to check your answers. Use the "Hint" button to get a free letter if an answer is giving you trouble. You can also click on the "[?]" button to get a clue. Note that you will lose points if you ask for hints or clues!

Sheila had a dream about .
Sheila doesn't usually her dreams.
Doctors want to patients.
In her dream Sheila is sitting on the of a Kiwi.
They are over two big islands.
The place looks like a wonderland.
Do you know the tale "Alice in ?"
There are a lot of and boiling .
If you make a soup the water must .
Sheila where they are going.
Dunedin is a of Dundee and Edinburgh.
On the beach a lot of people are in the sun.
The dogs there are wearing .
Some of the dogs have green on their noses.
Maoris rub to say hello.
The cream their noses.
In New Zealand and Australia the is very .
Maoris can catch just with their .
The man who is coming Sheila and the Kiwi is called Hohepa.
In New Zealand an aborigine is called .
Maoris noses to say hello.
The Maori in Sheila's dream Hohepa.
Maoris into the water and catch fish with their hands. That's very clever.
Some Maoris two .
In Maori New Zealand is called Land of the Big White .
Motopaika is the Maori word for .
Sheila is sitting on the .
The Kiwi says: Don't , in New Zealand we drive on the left.
They are and they see a lot of animals: They see .
If you need you go to the or to the post office.
There is a bank by the of the road.
The bank clerk looks very .
The bank clerk is wearing a and with shorts and white socks.
In England the currency (Währung) is called .
It is very that they often say 'eh' in New Zealand.
usually wear shorts in summer.
Some people are jumping off the ... and they !
! Two people are flying towards us! I .
No , they are just paragliding.
The Kiwi laughs: Don't you like ?
If I speak to you then you hear my .
Sheila's mother says: , you're late for school!