Wednesday, 6 May 2015

COMPREHENSION NO. 6

COMPREHENSION NO. 6

Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given at the end. 
     We see a kind of milk in tins. It is powdered milk. All the water in this milk has evaporated. When fresh milk stays in a dish for a little time, the thick part of the milk comes to the top. It is the cream of the milk. From this cream, people make butter. If milk with the cream on it is made into powder, it is called Full Cream Milk Powder. When something floating is taken off the top of a liquid we say it is skimmed. When the cream is skimmed from the milk, the thin milk that stays is called 'Skimmed Milk'. Skim milk is a good milk but it has no fat in it. It is not good for very young babies.
QUESTIONS
1. Is the milk in tins powdered or liquid?
2. What becomes of the water in the milk?
3. What comes to the top of the fresh milk when it stays a little in a dish?
4. What does the thick part of the milk has in it?
5. What is cream?
6. What do people make from cream? 
ANSWERS
1. The milk in the tins is powdered.
2. The water in the milk evaporates.
3. The thick part of the milk comes to the top when it stays a little in a dish.
4. The thick part of the milk has fat in it.
5. Cream is the fat of the milk which comes to the top of it.
6. People make butter from cream.

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