Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls is a group of waterfalls on the border between the United States and Canada. The Falls are a favorite tourist attraction. The Niagara River drops here and although the Falls are not deep, they are very wide and the amount of water is enormous. So it is very noisy near the Falls. That's why the Iroquois Indianerstammtribe, who used to live here, called the falls Niagara (meaning thunder of waters).

Niagara Falls
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Grammar Exercise on the Text

Adjective or Adverb

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Exercise

Choose the correct form (adjective or adverb).

  1. Niagara Falls form a border between the United States and Canada.
  2. Tourists visit this place .
  3. The Falls are very .
  4. So you must speak or nobody can understand you.
  5. Many years ago, the Iroquois tribe lived here .