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B2 Treasure restored

Hi, everyone!

These are the treasure restored handouts I gave out in class. You can also do the listening comprehension exercises by clicking on the buttons below.

track 27

http://www.ivoox.com/treasure-restored-27_mn_1506207_1.mp3″

track 28

http://www.ivoox.com/treasure-restored-28_mn_1506210_1.mp3″

KEY

2. 1- potter  2- wealthy  3- vineyard  4- undamaged  5- merchant  6- ship  7- wrecked  8- divers  9- restorer  10- auction  11- museum

4. 1-b  2-g  3-d  4-f  5-a  6-e  7-c

5. 1- No, she isn’t.  2- The Egyptian mummies

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