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Tutankhamen was an Egyptian pharaoh who ascended to the throne in 1333 BC, at the age or nine or ten. His fame in modern times is due to the discovery of his virtually intact tomb in 1922. Since then, many questions have been asked about his life and ancestry. Listen to this audio clip to find out how genetic technology ...
This collection of digital resources and printable worksheets introduces ways of asking about and saying your age, and the vocabulary for family members. It provides exercises and drills to develop pronunciation, recognition of meaning in predictable contexts, and some guided application of functions in independent scenarios. ...
This collection of digital and printable resources revises numbers 11 to 20; the functions for how to ask and say your age; and the vocabulary for family members. It begins with drills to consolidate students' receptive skills (listening and reading) and continues with productive skills (writing and possibly speaking). ...
Meet Samantha. It is Samantha's first birthday and her Vietnamese family is planning a very special celebration. Discover what happens at a Vietnamese first birthday celebration.
This is a colour chromolithograph print measuring 36 cm x 51 cm, showing the huge blaze that destroyed Sydney's Garden Palace (previously used for the International Exhibition) on 22 September 1882.