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دانلود اپلیکیشن «زبانشناس»
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Words in a story
Hello everybody. Welcome to story lesson number twenty nine.
We’re going to use all of these essential words we learned in a really interesting story.
Again I have to tell you one of the best way and one of the most effective way to understand the words is to understand and to realize the words in a story and passage and taxes.
So here we’re going to give you a really interesting story and we’re going to use all of these essential words in one story.
You guys need to focus. You guys need to understand these words in a story.
So this is stories about camp safety. Yes Camp safety.
So are you ready? let’s get started.
For years a furniture salesman from connection, Mitch Karman, has toiled ceaselessly for the passage of a youth summer camp safety bill.
Why? Because his son David was drowned when his canoe overturned in the raging waters of the Penobscot River.
The camp counselors leading the trip who were inexperienced, had blundered into dangerous waters, and had no life jackets for the canoers. Mr. Karman was naturally dazed by the tragedy.
But rather than merely mourn his loss and wait for the painful memory to subside, he began a campaign that took him on hundreds of journeys to speak to governors, senators and congressmen.
He had learned that 250,000 children are injured or maimed annually in camp accidents.
It was hard for him to comprehend why we have laws that outlaws mistreatment of alligators coyotes, birds and bobcats, but we have no law to prevent disasters to children in summer camps.
Wherever he went, Mr. Karman was commended for his efforts, but he received only trifling support from the lawmakers.
One bill, requiring people to put on life preserves life preservers when they took to the water died in the final reading.
Another such bill exempted private ponds and lakes, exactly the waters where most summer camps are located.
Even a bill calling for a survey of camp safety conditions was at first defeated.
Mr. Karman’s struggle far has been in vain, but he continues his battle to avoid a repetition of the accidents that took his son’s life.
A really interesting story we used all of these essential nice words in this story I suggest to you to read this story again and again if you have problems understanding some parts.
If you have problems understanding some of these words.