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| 1 | Water / be freezing / is freezing / freezes / at a temperature of 0 º C.
| 2 | In some countries / there is / is / it is / dark all the time in winter.
| 3 | In hot countries people wear light clothes / for keeping / to keep / for to keep / cool.
| 4 | In England people are always talking about / a weather / weather / the weather /.
| 5 | Most Mediterranean countries are / more warm / warmer / the more warm / in October than in April.
| 6 | In deserts there isn't / the / some / any / grass.
| 7 | Places near the Equator have / a warm / the warm / warm / weather even in the cold season.
| 8 | In England / coldest / the coldest / colder / time of year is usually from December to February.
| 9 | Climate is very important in / most of / most / the most / people's lives.
| 10 | Very / little / less / few / people can actually travel abroad on a regular basis.
| 11 | Pele is still perhaps one of / most / the most / the more / famous footballers in the world.
| 12 | He / had been / is / was / born in 1940.
| 13 | His mother / wasn't wanting / didn't want / not wanted / him to be a footballer.
| 14 | But he / used / has used / ought / to watch his father play.
| 15 | His father / would make him to / made him / made him to / practise every day.
| 16 | He learned to use / or his left foot or / and his left foot and / both his left foot and / his right.
| 17 | He got the name Pele when he / had only ten years / was only ten / was only ten years.
| 18 | By 1956 he / has joined / had joined / joined / Santos and had scored in his first game.
| 19 | In 1957 he / was picking / was picked / has been picked / for the Brazilian national team.
| 20 | The World Cup Finals were in 1958 and Pele was looking forward / to be playing / to play / to playing.
| 21 | But he hurt / the / this / his / knee in a game in Brazil.
| 22 | He thought he / isn't going to / wasn't going to / couldn't / be able to play in the finals in Sweden.
| 23 | If he / hadn't been / weren't / wouldn't be / so important to the team, he would have been left behind.
| 24 | But he was / a such / a so / such a / brilliant player, they took him anyway.
| 25 | And / in spite of / even though / even so / he was injured he helped Brazil to win the final.
| 26 | The history of / aeroplane / the aeroplane / an aeroplane / is / quite a / quite / a quite / short one.
| 27 | For many centuries men / are trying / had tried / try / to fly, but with / little / few / a little / success.
| 28 | In the 19th century a few people succeeded / to fly / in flying / into flying / in balloons.
| 29 | But it wasn't until the beginning of / next / following / the next / century that anybody / were / is / was / able to fly in a machine / who / which / what / was heavier than air, in other words, in / who / which / what / we now call a 'plane'.
| 30 | The first people to achieve 'powered flight' were the Wright brothers. / His / Their / Theirs / was the machine which was the forerunner of the Jumbo jets and supersonic airliners that are / such a / so / such / common sight today.
| 31 | They / could / should / couldn't / hardly have imagined that in 1969, / not much / not many / no much / more than half a century later, a man / will / had / would / land on the moon.
| 32 | Already / a man / man / the man / is taking the first steps towards the stars.
| 33 | Although space satellites have existed / since / during / for / more than sixty years, we are now dependent / from / on / of / them for all kinds of / informations / information / an information /.
| 34 | Not only / are they / they are / there are / being used for scientific research in space, but also to see what kind of weather / is coming / comes / coming /.
| 35 | By 2030 there / would / will / must / have been satellites in space for seventy years and the 'space superpowers' are planning to / let / make / have / massive space stations built. When these / will be / are / will have been / completed, it will be the first time / where / when / that / astronauts will be able to work in space in large numbers.
| 36 | Apart / For / Except / all that, in many ways the most remarkable flight / at / above / of / all was / it / that / that one / of the flying bicycle, which the world saw on television, / flying / to fly / fly / across the Channel from England to France, with nothing / apart / than / but / a man to power it.
| 37 | As the bicycle-flyer said, 'It's the first time / I realize / I've realized / I am realizing / what hard work it is to be a bird!'
| 38 | Many / persons / people / peoples / nowadays believe that everyone should learn to use a computer.
| 39 | There are more computers per head in England than / anywhere other / somewhere else / anywhere else / in the world.
| 40 | It's no use / in trying / to try / trying / to learn about computers just by reading books.
| 41 | The only way to become really proficient in using a computer is to practise a lot / on your own / by your own / on your self /.
| 42 | Most adults feel it would be easier if only they / would have started / would start / had started / computer studies earlier.
| 43 | Learning a computer language is not the same / like / than / as / learning a real language.
| 44 | It takes / long / long time / a long time / to learn any language.
| 45 | A lot of people aren't used / to studying / to study / to the study / grammar in their own language.
| 46 | / Life / Live / Living / with a foreign family can be a good way to learn a language.
| 47 | Some people think it's time we all / learnt / should learn / learn / a single international language.
| 48 | Charles Walker is a teacher at a comprehensive school in Norwich. He / has joined / joined / joins / the staff of the school in 2018 and / worked / has been working / works / there ever since.
| 49 | Before / to move / move / moving / to Norwich, he taught in Italy and Wales, and before that he / was being / has been / was / a student at Cambridge University.
| 50 | So far he / isn't / hasn't been / wasn't / in Norwich for as long as he was in Wales, but he likes the city a lot and / should / would / could / like to stay there for at least another two years, or, / how / as / which / he puts it, until his two children / will be / will have / have / grown up a bit.
| 51 | He met his wife, Kate, in 2012 while he / was to live / was living / had been living / abroad for a while, and they got married in 2016.
| 52 | Their two children, Mark and Susan, / were / are / have been / both born in Norwich.
| 53 | The Walkers' boy, / he / who / which / is four, has just started at nursery school, but / his / her / their / sister / shall stay / stays / will be staying / at home for another couple of years, because she is nearly two years / younger / more young / the younger / than him.
| 54 | Charles and Kate Walker / are used / use / used / to live in the country, but now that they have children, they / moved / move / have moved / into the city. Charles wanted a house / next / near / close / the school / in order / for / to / get to work easily.
| 55 | Unfortunately / the / a / that / one the two of them really wanted was too expensive, so they / must / should / had to / buy one a bit further away.
| 56 | By the time the children / will have gone / go / will go / to secondary school, / what / which / that / Charles and Kate hope will be in Norwich, the Walkers / will have been / have been / will be / living there for at least fifteen years.
| 56 | They can't be sure if they / stay / do stay / will stay /, but if they / didn't / don't / won't /, their friends won't be too surprised.
| 57 | John's coming to see you, / hasn't he / wasn't he / isn't he /?
| 58 | It'll be a year before we see him again, / won't it / won't we / shan't it /?
| 59 | I believe he's given up smoking, / isn't he / don't I / hasn't he /?
| 60 | I think I'm expected to pick him up, / aren't I / don't I / aren't you /?
| 61 | Nobody else has been told he's coming, / has he / is he / have they /?
| 62 | We'd better not stay up too late tonight, / didn't we / have we / had we /?
| 63 | I suppose it's time to call it a day, / didn't we / isn't it / don't I /?
| 64 | He's rarely been away for this long before, / has he / hasn't he / is he /?
| 65 | No doubt you'd rather he didn't stay abroad too long, / shouldn't you / wouldn't you / hadn't you /?
| 66 | You met him while you were on holiday, / didn't you / haven't you / weren't you /?
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