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This Week in History ๐Ÿ”Š

This Week in History

1922: Tutankhamen's Tomb Is Opened
The tomb of the ancient Egyptian "boy king" is opened for the first time in over 3,000 years.

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Listen&Learn: Stem Cells : Learn about the cells that could be revolutionary for medical treatments.

Reading Exercise: World Wildlife Fund (WWF) : The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is a non-governmental organization (or "NGO") founded in 1961 to protect endangered species of wildlife and preserve natural habitats. WWF has grown to become the world's largest conservation organization with over 5 million members worldwide.

Listen&Learn: The Renaissance : A revolutionary time in history for art, science, inventions, and ideas.

Discuss: Hard to say โ€œNoโ€? : Do you find it so hard to say "No" that you often do things for people that you donโ€™t want to do? If yes, why is that?

The Metro : The discovery of a body in the Paris Metro early one morning was not particularly unusual. That it was headless sent a frisson through the sixthย arrondissement, but the incident went unnoticed outside Paris. Yet there was clearly something strange about the case. It was hardly as though the body had been decapitated to frustrate identification, [โ€ฆ]

Mayday โ€“ international distress signal : The meaning of Mayday in international communications and how it came to be

World Wildlife Fund Quiz : You can do this quiz online or print it on paper. It tests comprehension of our page on the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), one of a series of EnglishClub readings on environmental and health issues.

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