1st grade

I can swim in the sea. You can see me at home. You can read me. You can ride me. What am I?

asked by jotay
  1. I think it would be a boat, although you tend not to read boats.

    posted by Emma Leigh
  2. A boat sound good. I also thought the answer may be "ME". I can swim in the sea. I can be seen at home. I can be read (moods etc.) and I can be ridden. Thanks for your help

    posted by jotay
  3. A whale

    posted by Lorenzo

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