Translation:The kindergarten teacher is flying over the long street.
Yes, she was! Most of the so called "kindergarten teachers" here behave like real witches.
She probably gets more lift above a street than above roofs (if they are well insulated). Plus it is much easier to keep your intended direction that way.
Above was marked wrong. Correct is wrong and wrong correct. I find it quite difficult to remember, what is really right or wrong.
Flys =is flying surely
No. "I fly" but "she flies".
"flys" is not an English word.