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Doppleganger (Grade 3)

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Doppleganger

Have you ever heard the word doppleganger?

Doppleganger is a German word. It means a look-alike of a person. Has someone ever told you that you look like someone else? If you really do, you could be that person's doppleganger.

A doppleganger is sort of like an identical twin. The person looks so much like you that many people cannot tell you apart. Some scientists think that everyone has a twin somewhere in the world. If it is true, finding your twin could be hard. After all, there are billions of people in the world.

A Canadian photographer named Francois Bruenelle has decided to help people find their twins. He looks for people who look almost identical. Then he takes their pictures. These people have never met before. They are not related. However, it is hard for people to tell them apart in Bruenelle's photos.

Do you believe you have a doppleganger out there somewhere? If so, keep your eyes peeled. You can't find your twin if you don't look.
1. 
Which word is the best synonym for doppleganger?
  1. stranger
  2. double
  3. similar
  4. twofold
2. 
What language does the word doppleganger come from?
  1. German
  2. French
  3. Canadian
  4. English
3. 
It is easy to find your doppleganger.
  1. True
  2. False
4. 
What is true about the people in Bruenelle's photos?
  1. They are related.
  2. They have met before.
  3. They are hard to tell apart.
  4. They look a little bit alike.
5. 
Why did the author most likely write the passage?
  1. To tell about a French photographer
  2. To explain what a doppleganger is
  3. To find her own doppleganger
  4. To talk about how rare twins are

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