Saturday, March 9, 2013


A river makes a long journey frim the mountains to the sea.
The source is where a river begins.
The mouth is where the river ends at the sea.
The course is the journey from the source to the mouth.
The course of a river has three parts:

  • The upper course is near the source. The river is narrow and flows through the mountains. It has little water and flows very fast.
  • The middle course flows through plains. The flood plain is the flat area on each side of the river. It has more water and flows more slowly.
  • The lower course is near the mouth of the river. The river is wide and the water flows slowly.

I recommend you to watch this video in youtube: The River Severn From Source to Mouth.

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