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ACTIVITIES UNITS 10 AND 11: GREECE AND ROME.

DURING THE NEXT DAYS I'M GOING TO PUT SEVERAL ACTIVITIES HERE TO HELP YOU TO STUDY FOR THE EXAM.

 

 

 

SOLUTIONS.

 

 

 

 

ACTIVITIES UNIT. THE FIRST CIVILIZATIONS.

THE FIRST CIVILIZATION IN HISTORY

With an A

The second period of Mesopotamian history where the people of central Mesopotamia, led by their king, Sargon I, conquered Sumer.

 

With a B

A Mesopotamian city, located between Sumer and Akkad that created an empire that reached its splendor in the time of king Hammurabi.

 

With an E

One of the rivers flowing through the land between two rivers.

 

Contains G

A type of script which consisted of a succesion of symbols and drawings.

 

With an I

One of the great Asian rivers where an urban civilization developed around 4000 BC.

 

With an L

Egyptian kingdom located in the delta area of the River Nile.

 

Contains M

The oldest code of law written in History

 

With an N

The river that made ​​possible the development of the Egyptian civilizations.

 

With  an O

First period of ancient Egypt, when the big pyramids of the pharaons Cheops, Chephren and Mykerinos were built.

 

Contains a Q

The artificial application of water to land to assist in the production of crops.

 

Contains R

A structure forming the curved, pointed, or flat upper edge of an open space and supporting the weight above it, as in a bridge or doorway

 

With an S

First period of Mesopotamian history, where the south of this region was organized in independent city-states such as Ur.

 

With a T

One of the rivers flowing through the land between two rivers.

 

With an U

A type of settlement with high population density. People are living in towns and cities as opposed to rural settlements.

 

Contains V

A human being in servitude as the property of a person or household.

 

With an Y

One of the great Asian rivers where an urban civilization developed around 4000 BC.

 

With a Z

A rectangular temple tower with successively smaller terraces erected in Mesopotamia. The tower of Babel is thought to be one of these

 

With an A

Inhabitants of the mountains in North Mesopotamia that in Mid-tenth century created a great empire.

 

With a B

A molded rectangular block of clay baked by the sun or in a kiln until hard and used as a building and paving material.

 

With a C

A type of writing that Mesopotamian people did making inscriptions on clay tables with a triangular object.

 

With a D

 

 

With an E

A civilization that developed between 4000 BC and 31 BC along a narrow fringe on the bank of the Nile river.

 

With an F

 

 

Contains G

An ancient Egyptian subterranean burial chamber, typical from the New Kingdom.

 

With an H

Babylonian king who dominated all the territories of Mesopotamia, and wrote the oldest written Code Law in History.

 

With an I

Artificial watering of the land by means of ditches, pipes, or streams; water artificially.

 

Contains J

Recipient where the Egyptians preserved the purified lungs, liver and brain of the dead.

 

With a K

Egyptian name for the soul. They thought the soul need a body to stay in, which  is why they practiced  mummification.

 

Contains L

The second period of ancient Egyptian history, when the capital moved to Thebes and there was a territorial expansion.

 

With an M

Ancient civilization that developed between 3500 BC and 539 BC around the rivers Tigris and Euphrates.

 

Contains N

 

 

Contains O

 Ware, such as vases, pots, bowls, or plates, shaped from moist clay and hardened by heat

 

With a P

People who conquered Mesopotamia in 539 BC, putting and to the Mesopotamian civilization.

 

With an R

 The projection of forms or figures from a flat ground, so that they are partly or wholly free of it

 

With an S

Akkadian King who conquered Sumer.

 

Contains T

The art of making figures or designs in relief or the round by carving wood, moulding plaster, etc., or casting metals, etc.

 

With an U

Egyptian kingdom located in the south area of the Nile valley.

 

Contains W

Third period of the ancient Egyptian history, when the capital remained in Thebes and the territorial expansion continued.

 

Contains Y

The worship of or belief in more than one god. 

 

       

 

 




 

Contains an A

A material on which to write made from the pith or the stems of this plant, used especially by the ancient Egyptians

 

With a C

 A town with its own government that was both a city and an independent state

 

With an F

An sculpture standing alone or on its own foundation free of support or attachment.

 

With an H

The ancient Egyptian god of the sun, son of Osiris and Isis, represented as having the head of a hawk

 

Contains I

A massive monument of ancient Egypt having a rectangular base and four triangular faces culminating in a single apex.

 

With an L

Fourth period of ancient Egyptian history, when Egypt lost its power to the Persians, the Greek and the Romans.

 

With an M

An ancient Egyptian mud-brick tomb with a rectangular base and sloping sides and flat roof; "the Egyptian pyramids developed from it”.

 

Contains N

The doctrine or belief that there is but one God.

 

With a P

Egyptian political and military ruler, owner of allconsidered by the people a living god.

 

With an R

A basalt tablet bearing inscriptions in three scripts that provided the key to the decipherment of Egyptian hieroglyphics.

 

With an S

A person who copies document, made handwritten copies before the invention of printing.

 

Contains a T

 A large room of theEgyptian temples with a flat roof supported by rows of columns.

 

With an U

One of the ancient sumerian city-state.

 

Contains Y

A monumental gateway in the form of a pair of truncated pyramids serving as the entrance to an ancient Egyptian temple

 

 

THE FIRST CIVILIZATION IN HISTORY

With an A

The second period of Mesopotamian history where the people of central Mesopotamia, led by their king, Sargon I, conquered Sumer.

Akkadian

With a B

A Mesopotamian city, located between Sumer and Akkad that created an empire that reached its splendor in the time of king Hammurabi.

Babylon

With a D

A vaulted roof having a circular, polygonal, or elliptical base and a generally hemispherical or semispherical shape

Dome

With an E

One of the rivers flowing through the land between two rivers.

Euphrates

Contains G

A type of script which consisted of a succesion of symbols and drawings.

Hieroglyphic script

With an I

One of the great Asian rivers where an urban civilization developed around 4000 BC.

Indus

With an L

Egyptian kingdom located in the delta area of the River Nile.

Lower Egypt

Contains M

The oldest code of law written in History

Code of Hammurabi

With an N

The river that made ​​possible the development of the Egyptian civilizations.

Nile

With  an O

First period of ancient Egypt, when the big pyramids of the pharaons Cheops, Chephren and Mykerinos were built.

Old kingdom

Contains a Q

The artificial application of water to land to assist in the production of crops.

Irrigation techniques

Contains R

A structure forming the curved, pointed, or flat upper edge of an open space and supporting the weight above it, as in a bridge or doorway

Arch

With an S

First period of Mesopotamian history, where the south of this region was organized in independent city-states such as Ur.

Sumerian

With a T

One of the rivers flowing through the land between two rivers.

Tigris

With an U

A type of settlement with high population density. People are living in towns and cities as opposed to rural settlements.

Urban settlement

Contains V

A human being in servitude as the property of a person or household.

Slave

With an Y

One of the great Asian rivers where an urban civilization developed around 4000 BC.

Yellow River

With a Z

A rectangular temple tower with successively smaller terraces erected in Mesopotamia. The tower of Babel is thought to be one of these

Ziggurat

With an A

Inhabitants of the mountains in North Mesopotamia that in Mid-tenth century created a great empire.

Assyrians

With a B

A molded rectangular block of clay baked by the sun or in a kiln until hard and used as a building and paving material.

Bricks

With a C

A type of writing that Mesopotamian people did making inscriptions on clay tables with a triangular object.

Cuneiform scrip

With an E

A civilization that developed between 4000 BC and 31 BC along a narrow fringe on the bank of the Nile river.

Egyptian civilization

Contains G

An ancient Egyptian subterranean burial chamber, typical from the New Kingdom.

Hypogeum

With an H

Babylonian king who dominated all the territories of Mesopotamia, and wrote the oldest written Code Law in History.

Hammurabi

With an I

Artificial watering of the land by means of ditches, pipes, or streams; water artificially.

Irrigated agriculture

Contains L

The second period of ancient Egyptian history, when the capital moved to Thebes and there was a territorial expansion.

Middle kingdom

With an M

Ancient civilization that developed between 3500 BC and 539 BC around the rivers Tigris and Euphrates.

Mesopotamia

Contains O

 Ware, such as vases, pots, bowls, or plates, shaped from moist clay and hardened by heat

Pottery

With a P

People who conquered Mesopotamia in 539 BC, putting and to the Mesopotamian civilization.

Persians

With an R

 The projection of forms or figures from a flat ground, so that they are partly or wholly free of it

Relief

With an S

Akkadian King who conquered Sumer.

Sargon I

Contains T

The art of making figures or designs in relief or the round by carving wood, moulding plaster, etc., or casting metals, etc.

Sculpture

With an U

Egyptian kingdom located in the south area of the Nile valley.

Upper Egypt

Contains W

Third period of the ancient Egyptian history, when the capital remained in Thebes and the territorial expansion continued.

New kingdom

Contains Y

The worship of or belief in more than one god. 

Polyteistic

       

                                                                                       

 

 




 

Contains an A

A material on which to write made from the pith or the stems of this plant, used especially by the ancient Egyptians

Papyrus

With a C

 A town with its own government that was both a city and an independent state

City-states

With an F

An sculpture standing alone or on its own foundation free of support or attachment.

Free-standing figures

With an H

The ancient Egyptian god of the sun, son of Osiris and Isis, represented as having the head of a hawk

Horus

Contains I

A massive monument of ancient Egypt having a rectangular base and four triangular faces culminating in a single apex.

Pyramid

With an L

Fourth period of ancient Egyptian history, when Egypt lost its power to the Persians, the Greek and the Romans.

Late period

With an M

An ancient Egyptian mud-brick tomb with a rectangular base and sloping sides and flat roof; "the Egyptian pyramids developed from it”.

Mastaba

Contains N

The doctrine or belief that there is but one God.

Monotheistic

With a P

Egyptian political and military ruler, owner of allconsidered by the people a living god.

Pharaohs

With an R

A basalt tablet bearing inscriptions in three scripts that provided the key to the decipherment of Egyptian hieroglyphics.

Rosetta Stone

With an S

A person who copies document, made handwritten copies before the invention of printing.

Scribe

Contains a T

 A large room of theEgyptian temples with a flat roof supported by rows of columns.

Hypostyle hall

With an U

One of the ancient sumerian city-state.

Ur/Uruk

Contains Y

A monumental gateway in the form of a pair of truncated pyramids serving as the entrance to an ancient Egyptian temple

Pylon

 

TRABAJO 1ºESO

Durante esta evaluación, teneís que realizar un trabajo sobre la Antigua Grecia o Roma. El trabajo consistirá en una pequeña redacción sobre la vida cotidiana de un personaje típico de una de las dos civilizasiones que tendreís que elegir entre los siguientes:
 

  • Grecia: ciudadano ateniense, ciudadano espartano, mujer ateniense (libre), mujer espartana (libre.
  • Roma: patricio, plebeyo, mujer, legionario, gladiador.

Teneís que imaginar que sois una de estas personas y describir vuestra vida diaria, respondiendo a las siguientes preguntas:

  1. ¿Donde vives: en la ciudad, en el campo? ¿Cómo es la casa en la que vives? ¿Es grande, pequeña, tiene varias plantas?
  2. ¿Cómo fue tu infancia? ¿Fuiste a la escuela? ¿Si es así, que estudiaste? ¿Estas casado? ¿A que edad te casaste?
  3. ¿Trabajas? ¿Que clase de trabajo? ¿Eres un esclavo? ¿Sí es así cómo te convertiste en uno?
  4. ¿Cómo es tu vida diaria? ¿Que haces para divertirte?
  5. ¿Qué comes? ¿Cómo vistes?

GRECIA:

https://sites.google.com/site/lavidacotidianadelamujer/Home/la-mujer-en-atenas

https://sites.google.com/site/lavidacotidianadelamujer/la-mujer-espartana

http://alexxela1985.blogspot.com.es/2013/04/educacion-en-atenas-y-esparta.html

http://html.rincondelvago.com/atenas-y-esparta.htm

https://mirandoelpasado.wordpress.com/2011/12/08/dos-modelos-griegos-totalmente-contrapuestos-atenas-y-esparta/

ROMA:

http://www.santiagoapostol.net/latin/vida_roma.html

http://arquehistoria.com/historiasla-vida-cotidiana-en-roma-341

Vivienda:

http://recursos.cnice.mec.es/latingriego/Palladium/latin/esl143ca5.php

Mujeres:

http://muchosobreroma.blogspot.com.es/2010/03/la-vida-de-una-mujer-en-roma.html

http://kathemerikos.blogspot.com.es/2009/04/la-mujer-en-roma.html

http://recursos.cnice.mec.es/latingriego/Palladium/2_publico/espb161ca7.php

Ocio:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZ8zdiGwJTc

http://www.planetasaber.com/theworld/monographics/seccions/cards/default.asp?pk=3197&art=39

http://recursos.cnice.mec.es/latingriego/Palladium/latin/esl143ca8.php

Legionarios:

http://www.historialago.com/leg_01350_vida_cotidiana_01.htm

http://www.nationalgeographic.com.es/historia/grandes-reportajes/legiones-de-roma-la-vida-en-el-campamento_6358

Gladiadores:

http://www.abc.es/cultura/20140331/abci-vivian-gladiadores-unos-prisioneros-201403311005.html

http://arquehistoria.com/historiasgladiadores-romanos-33

MANDATORY WORK 1ºESO BILINGUAL

DAILY LIFE IN ANCIENT ROME.

You have to make a short composition about the daily life of people in the ancient rome. You have to choose between the following persons and make a short composition about their daily life: a wealthy patritian man, a wealthy patritian woman, a plebian, a gladiator, a legionary.  

Try to imagine that you are that person and you are trying to describe your daily life. Then make your composition trying to answer the folowing questions:

  1.  Did you study in a school? Are you married? At which age did you marry?
  2. Where do you live? Do you live in a house? In other place? How is your house? Where is located in a city, in the country? It is a small house, big?
  3. What is your occupation? Are you a slave? Do you have slaves? Do you have a job? What kind of job? Are you involved in politics?
  4. How is your daily routine? Can you leave your house or do you have to remain in it? Which places are you going to visit during the day?
  5. What are you main leisure activities? Can you go to the the theather? The baths?
  6. What kind of food do you eat? How many times per day do you eat? What kind of clothes do you wear?

Also, you can add a drawing of your house and of the clothes that you are wearing.

You can use the information of the folowing links:

http://www.historyforkids.net/roman-daily-life.html

https://www.salariya.com/web_books/gladiator/index.html

http://www.ducksters.com/history/ancient_rome_food_daily_life.php

http://historylink101.com/2/Rome/roman-army-daily-life.htm

http://www.bbc.co.uk/guides/zqbnfg8

http://rome.mrdonn.org/entertainment.html

http://www.ancient-rome.biz/daily-life.html

http://www.pbs.org/empires/romans/empire/life.html

http://www.pompei.it/pompeii/daily-life-pompeii.htm

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=juWYhMoDTN0&index=3&list=PLl28cDv8T0QCnNGzlD_FLfETZWaX3xr81

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RQMgLxVxsrw

http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/primaryhistory/romans/family_and_children/

http://www.historyforkids.net/roman-houses.html

http://rome.mrdonn.org/houses.html

 

DAILY LIFE IN ANCIENT GREECE.

You have to make a short composition about the daily life of people in the ancient rome. You have to choose between the folowing persons and make a short composition about their daily life: a spartan man, a spartan woman, a athenian citizen, an athenian woman.  

Try to imagine that you are that person and you are trying to describe your daily life. Then make your composition trying to answer the folowing questions:

  1.  Did you study in a school? Are you married? At which age did you marry?
  2. Where do you live? Do you live in a house? In other place? How is your house? Where is located in a city, in the country? It is a small house, big?
  3. What is your occupation? Are you a slave? Do you have slaves? Do you have a job? What kind of job? Are you involved in politics? Can you vote?
  4. How is your daily routine? Can you leave your house or do you have to remain in it? Which places are you going to visit during the day?
  5. What are you main leisure activities? Can you go to the the theather? The baths?
  6. What kind of food do you eat? How many times per day do you eat? What kind of clothes do you wear?
  7. If you are a woman, can you own things? Inherit? Can you choose your husband? Can you leave your house? Can you vote?

Also, you can add a drawing of your house and of the clothes that you are wearing.

http://www.socialstudiesforkids.com/articles/worldhistory/athenssparta.htm

http://ancientathens.weebly.com/everyday-life.html

General information about the daily life in the Ancient Athens.

http://www.ancientgreece.co.uk/dailylife/home_set.html.

Interactive page that allow to compare the lives of an athenian man, an athenian woman, an spartan man and an spartan woman

http://www.ducksters.com/history/ancient_greek_daily_life.php

http://www.ducksters.com/history/ancient_greece/womens_roles.php

http://www.primaryhomeworkhelp.co.uk/greece/dailylife.htm#mw

http://www.sparta.net/listingview.php?listingID=5

http://www.bbc.co.uk/guides/zc8yb9q

https://www.slideshare.net/13nick/ancient-greece-9436536

https://sites.google.com/a/sanandres.esc.edu.ar/ancient-greece-2010-5b/reports/daily-life-in-athens

http://www.olympia-greece.org/ancient-daily-life.html

http://www.historyforkids.net/ancient-greek-women.html

 

ACTIVITIES UNITS 3 AND 4. SOLUTIONS.

UNIT 3. ACTIVITIES.

 

 

 

1.

 

With an A

A young mountain range located between the Italian peninsula and the rest of Europe.

Alps

With an A

A cape located in the Antarctic continent.

Cape adare

With a B

A big peninsula located in the south of Europe.

Balkan peninsula

With a B

A young mountain range located in the Balkan Peninsula.

Balkans

With a C

A peninsula located in the north of Australia

Cape York Peninsula

With a D

One of the largest river in Europe. It flows into the Black Sea

Danube

With an E

The highest peak in Europe

Elbrus

With an F

A gulf located in the Baltic Sea

Gulf of Finland.

With a G

A gulf located next to the Italian peninsula

Gulf of Genoa

With a G

A huge plain that occupy most of the eastern europe

Great European plain.

With a G

A huge mountain range located in the eastern part of Australai

Great Dividing Range.

Contains an H

A young mountain range located in the eastern part of Europe

Carphatian mountains

With an H

A mountain range located in the western part of Australia

Hammersley range

With an I

A big península located in the south of Europe. It has the shape of a boot.

Italian Peninsula

With an I

An island located next to the western coast of the European continent. It is known as the “emerald island”.

Ireland.

With an J

An old massif located in the western part of Europe.

Jura

With a M

And old massif located in the western part of Europe

Massif Central

With an M

A mountain range located in the center of Australia

Macdonnel Range

With an M

Another river located in Oceania

Murray

With an N

A sea located between Great Britain and the Scandinavian Peninsula.

North Sea

 

 

 

 

 

 

With a P

A river located in the Italian peninsula

Po

Contains a P

A river that flows into the Black Sea

Dnieper

With an R

A important european river that flows into the North Sea between the River Seine and the Elbe

Rhine

With an R

A sea located in the Antarctic continent

Ross sea

With an S

A river located in the western part of Europe. It flows into the Atlantic Ocean

Seine

With a T

A sea located between New Zealand and Australia

Tasman Sea

With a T

The largest river of the Iberian Peninsula

Tagus (Tajo)

With a  U

A mountain range located between Asia and Europe.

Ural Mountains.

With a V

The highest peak of the Antarctica continent.

Vinson Massif

With an V

The longest river in Europe. It flows into the Caspian Sea.

Volga

  2.

 

3. HANGMAN.

And old massif located in the Scandinavian Peninsula.

SCANDINAVIAN MOUNTAINS.

The highest peak in Europe.

ELBRUS.

A big european island located in the Mediterranean Sea and triangular shaped.

SICILY

A gulf located between the Iberian Peninsula and the Britanny península.

BAY OF BISCAY.

A cape located in the northern of the Scandinavian Peninsula.

NORTH CAPE.

A sea located between the Italian Peninsula and the Balkan Peninsula.

ADRIATIC SEA.

A river located in the italian península which flows into the Tyrrhenian sea.
TIBER RIVER.    r    

UNIT 4. ACTIVITIES.

ACTIVITIES:

1. Indicate which of these phrases refers to weather and which to climate.

a). The summers in Madrid are very hot and almost without precipitations. CLIMATE.
b). The evening was cloudy and windy in London yesterday. WEATHER.
c). Weather is always hot and rainy in Indonesia. CLIMATE
d). This June has been hotter than usual in Seville. WEATHER.
e). They said that winters are very cold in Bergen. CLIMATE.
f). Last week was raining all the time in Barcelone. WHEATER.

2. Match the definitions with the right word:

 

a). The layer in which take place the weather phenomena.

b). The hottest layer of the atmosphere.

c). The coldest layer of the atmosphere.

d). The last layer of the atmosphere, located at an altitude of between 500 and 10.000 kilometres.

e). The layer in which the ozone layer is located.

 

 

 

3. Correct answers:

a), 4; b), 3; c), 2; d), 1; e, 5.

1.         Exosphere.

2.        Mesosphere.

3.         Ionosphere.

4.     Trosposphere.

5.         Stratosphere.

 

 

4.

 

 

 

5. Identify the elements highlighted in the map and answer these questions:

 

a). How is going to be the weather in the zone surrounded by a circle: sunny, cloudy? Is going to rain? Explain why.

b) What does mean the numbers that appear in the lines of the map?

 

a) As you can see a huge área of high pressure (anticyclone) is located over the Iberian Peninsula, because of this the weather is going to be sunny and without precipitations, nevertheless in the northwestern part of the Peninsula appears a hot front which is going to produces rainfalls.

b) The numbers represent the atmospheric pressure that correspond to the isobar in which they are located. A number greater than 1.013 indicates an area of high pressure, whereas a number smaller than 1. 1013 indicates an area of low pressure.

 

 

6. Review game.

 

 

With an A

A device use to measure the speed of the wind.

Anemometer

With a B

a extensive región characterised by its own climatic features and vegetation.

Bioclimate

With a C

science which study the various types of climate.

Climatology

With a D

An area of low atmospheric pressure

Depression

With an E

vegetation (trees and shrubs) which retain their leaves during all the year.

evergreen

With an F

areas of contact between two air massess with different characteristics

front

With a G

A vegetal fomartion composed of grass.

Grassland

With a H

Area of contact between two air masses in which a depression advances upon a anticyclone. It is represented with a red line with semicircles.

Hot front.

With an I

lines that connect all the points with the same temperature

Isotherm

Contains  an I

A factor that explain why the average temperature in the Alps is lower than in the Great European plain.

altitude

With an L

Factor that explain why the average annual temperature in Madrid is higher than in London.

Latitude

With a M

The coldest layer of the atmosphere.

Mesosphere

With an M

A seasonal wind typical of the South East of Asia.

Monssons

Contains a N

One of the layers of the atmosphere. It is the hottest part of it.

Ionosphere

With an O

A gas that protects Earth against the ultraviolet radiation from the Sun.

Ozone

With a P

Fall of water from the clouds onto the Earth’s surface.

Precipitation

With an R

Precipitation in liquid state.

Rainfall

Contains an S

Factor that explains why the average precipitation level in the interior of the Peninsula Iberica is lower than in the coast.

Distance from the sea

With a T

The layer of the atmosphere located next to the Earth Surface. Is a part of the biosphere

Troposphere

With a T

A climatic zone characterized by high precipitation levels and high average temperatures.

Torrid zone

Contains an X

The most exterior layer of the atmosphere.

Exosphere

Contains a Y

Imaginary lines that connect all the poinst with the same precipitation levels.

Isoyeths

With a W

Device use to determine the direction of the wind.

Weather vane.

 

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ACTIVITIES UNITS 10 AND 11: GREECE AND ROME.

DURING THE NEXT DAYS I'M GOING TO PUT SEVERAL ACTIVITIES HERE TO HELP YOU TO STUDY FOR THE EXAM.       SOLUTIONS.   ...

MANDATORY WORK 1ºESO BILINGUAL

DAILY LIFE IN ANCIENT ROME. You have to make a short composition about the daily life of people in the ancient rome. You have to choose between the following persons and make a short...

ACTIVITIES UNIT. THE FIRST CIVILIZATIONS.

THE FIRST CIVILIZATION IN HISTORY With an A The second period of Mesopotamian history where the people of central Mesopotamia, led by their king, Sargon I,...

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Durante esta evaluación, teneís que realizar un trabajo sobre la Antigua Grecia o Roma. El trabajo consistirá en una pequeña redacción sobre la vida cotidiana de un personaje típico de una de las...

ACTIVITIES UNITS 3 AND 4. SOLUTIONS.

UNIT 3. ACTIVITIES.       1.   With an A A young mountain range...

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