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  • Сanafda. ( recorded by AWallace ), American

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    The early history of Canada is a story of fish and fur. But after the World War II, Canada began to develop its own industries, such as producing cars and airplanes. Today, Canada is the largest producer of nickel. It supplies the world with iron and copper as well as wood, paper, oil, gold and silver. Canada now has moved swiftly with research and development in fiber-optics and communications.

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  • Lesson 11 ( recorded by AWallace ), American

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    Hey. How was your vacation?
    Oh, good. Really good.
    Well,tell me about it.
    Sure. We travelled all over the country. We also went hiking in the mountains. Unfortunately, we didn’t have our hiking boots, so we had to wear regular shoes. It wasn’t very comfortable.
    Oh, really?
    Wanna see my pictures? I have some good shots on my laptop.
    I’m sorry, I don’t have much time. Did you have any problems during the trip?
    Yeah. I lost my passport.
    Oh, my Gosh! It’s pretty serious! What happened?
    I left it in our hostel under the bed, but the receptionist found it and mailed it to me!
    Wow. That was lucky! So, do you think you’ll go back to South Korea again?
    Sure. You should go too. It’s kind of expensive, but it’s a wonderful country!

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  • Empire State Building ( recorded by BXLcsb7 ), American

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    I’m going to describe a very famous building in New York: the Empire State Building. People might not think of it as an old building, but the Empire State Building was built in 1931, so I don’t think it can be classified as new. It’s located on Manhattan Island and it’s probably the most distinctive and recognisable building when you look at New York’s skyline.

    As far as I know, the Empire State Building is an office building, but visitors can go up to an observation deck on the top floor, which is the 102nd floor. There’s also a 360-degree observation area on the 86th floor. Apparently, the building makes more money from the sale of tickets to the observation floors than it does from office rentals.

    I think the Empire State Building is still one of the most impressive skyscrapers in the world. It’s such an iconic structure, and it’s amazing to think that it was built around 80 years ago. The best thing about the building is the viewing deck on the top floor, which offers spectacular views of the city; it’s definitely the best vantage point in New York. I’d recommend anyone who visits the city to go there and experience the view.

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