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The First Ferris Wheel

In 1889, Gustave Eiffel created the Eiffel Tower for the Paris World’s Fair. The Eiffel Tower amazed people. The next World’s Fair happened in Chicago, Illinois, in 1893. Before the fair, organizers looked for another amazing idea. They asked the best designers and architects to suggest designs. George Washington Gale Ferris, Jr. was a simple

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Inglés Avanzado: A Rock Climber’s Mecca

Arco is a small town in the north of Italy. It is a popular place for tourists to visit. People with an interest in sports and the outdoors will find a lot of things to do. Lake Garda is a wonderful place to try windsurfing. Going for bike rides or a hikes are also popular

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Caffeine and the Body Clock

Coffee, tea, and energy drinks all contain caffeine. Caffeine is a stimulant. After a strong caffeinated drink, a person feels happier and more energetic. Caffeine affects brain chemicals that control relaxation. Too much caffeine will affect sleep. After drinking a lot of caffeine, some people have insomnia. Scientists found that caffeine affects other chemicals in the body. These chemicals

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Sundance’s Tangerine

The Sundance film festival shows independent films. It is very famous all over the world. Film critics are talking about a very interesting film from the last film festival. It is called Tangerine, directed by Sean Baker. This film is innovative in many ways. First, the director filmed the entire movie on an IPhone 5S.

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Verbos irregulares en inglés – go, buy, see

Grammar: Irregular Verbs – go, buy, see Of the many common irregular verbs used in English, let’s look at the following three: go, buy, and see. You will come across these words often in your speech. These verbs are irregular because their past tense is very different from the present. In English, we add –ed