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Words in a story
Hello my dear friends. Lesson Number 31 storytelling.
This story is about record holders.
We are going to speak about actually Guinness World Records.
There is a really interesting story here and we’re going to use like every story we’re going to use all of these 12 essential necessary words in a really interesting story.
First I have to tell you that one of the best way to remember you the words to learn the words is to understand the words in a story passages and text.
And we’re going to use all of these essential nice words in a really interesting text which is about record holders.
So guys focus and try to understand the words. OK.
The Guinness Book of the World Records is full of fascinating facts.
For example, the champion computer is Bruno Leichardt of Germany, who traveled 370 miles each day for ten years to his teaching job and was late only once because of a flood.
The record for being buried alive in held by Emma Smith of Ravens head, England.
She was confined in a coffin for 100 days. What a way to spend the idle hours!
Peter Clarke of London collected 1276 autographed actually autographed pictures of famous men and women.
Obviously not all were his idols, but he did set a record. So what drives people to these unusual practices?
Some are simply done in jest, some for patriotic reasons. Certainly no one would dispute the valor of the “record-makers,” even if their records themselves may be no more lasting than a popular song.
While one need not be a lunatic, he must have a vein of recklessness to participate in such activities as bungee-jumping, high diving or parachute jumping.
If you are tired of leading a dull, uneventful life, remember the mortars whose fertile imaginations have found novel ways to add excitement to their lives.
So this is the end of the story as you can see we used all of these essential nice words in this story.
I hope you have learned them.
If you don’t understand some parts please come back or read this story and again and again, again. that can be very helpful.
See you very soon.