3.26.4: Year 3 American English Lessons with Maestro Sersea

Greetings, students. Now that you’re in Year 3 of your American English studies, you will be able to read, and listen about one of VOA’s “Arts and Culture” articles, which explore music, pop culture, society, and life in the United States of America as well as in countries all over the world. You are encouraged to carefully read the article and the vocabulary words, as well as listen to the article.  Finally, you are invited to share what you learned by discussing why this article is important and meaningful in the comments section below.

Directions: Read the article and study the vocabulary below.

Directions: Listen to the audio recording of the article.

Directions: Share your insights about why this article is meaningful and important by writing in the comments section below.

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  1. Lesson 3.26.4 Year 3
    VOA, Arts & culture
    ”Egypt looks to Ancient Finds to Bring Tourist Back”.
    Egypt is famous for its pyramids and the world’s oldest are found in this country. From all over the world, lot of visitors visit Egypt because of pyramids. Pyramids were built in ancient Egypt as royal tombs during the Fourth Dynasty of the old Kingdom around,2575-2465 BCE. But now the workers of the pyramid of Dojra are the world’s oldest pyramid are trying to dig and remove sand to create a new opening at a busy archaeological site outside of the Cairo and this new dig has found many additional artifacts.
    officials are hoping, the new discovery brings the visitors and money too, but like other countries continues to battle the Coronavirus.it is struggled to get the people vaccinated. Meanwhile, officials have continued to tell the world about their new discovery.
    Saqqara is an Egyptian village located in the country of Badra shin in the Giza governorate. It is home to numerous pyramids, including the pyramid of Djoser. Egypt is a perfect destination for, ‘post covid” ell Annanya said, adding that most of the places to visit are ” open air”. It is, however, unclear if Egypt has the virus under control. Egypt closed its border completely until the summer of 2020, but later welcomed visitors back.

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