Keith recently came back from a trip to Chicago, Illinois. This midwestern metropolis is found along the shore of Lake Michigan. During his visit, Keith spent a lot of time exploring the city to visit important landmarks and monuments.
Keith loves baseball, and he made sure to take a visit to Wrigley Field. Not only did he take a tour of this spectacular stadium, but he also got to watch a Chicago Cubs game. In the stadium, Keith and the other fans cheered for the Cubs. Keith was happy that the Cubs won with a score of 5-4.
Chicago has many historic places to visit. Keith found the Chicago Water Tower impressive as it is one of the few remaining landmarks to have survived the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. Keith also took a walk through Jackson Park, a great outdoor space that hosted the World’s Fair of 1892. The park is great for a leisurely stroll, and it still features some of the original architecture and replicas of monuments that were featured in the World’s Fair.
During the last part of his visit, Keith managed to climb the stairs inside of the Willis Tower, a 110-story skyscraper. Despite the challenge of climbing the many flights of stairs, Keith felt that reaching the top was worth the effort. From the rooftop, Keith received a gorgeous view of the city’s skyline with Lake Michigan in the background.
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Please answer the following questions of understanding:
Where is Chicago in the United States?
a The east coast
b The south
c The midwest
d The west coast
What sport do the Chicago Cubs play in Wrigley Field?
Why was Keith impressed by the Chicago Water Tower?
a It is the only remaining monument of the World’s Fair.
b It supplies water to the entire population.
c It is one of few landmarks that survived a historical fire.
d It is the tallest building in the city.
What event was important for Chicago in 1892?
a The World’s Fair took place here.
b The Great Fire destroyed a large part of the town.
c Jackson Park became open to the public.
d Wrigley Field was constructed.
How did Keith arrive to the rooftop of the Willis Tower?
a He took an outdoor elevator.
b He climbed the building’s exterior.
c He walked up the interior stairs.
d He used an indoor elevator.