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لغة انجليزية – من المعلمة منال

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Please read the following passage and translate the verbs in bold.. Think about the form ❤️

إقرؤوا هذا التص عن التزلج على الجليد.. ركزّم على الأفعال المشددة بالأصفر.. وضعت ملاحظة عنها بضغطك عليها.. 

هذه افعال جدييييدة عليكم جميلة لأنها تحتوي عمل بالماضي وله تأثير على الحاضر.. شي صار ومربوط مع نتائج بالحاضر..

I have told you before

لقد أخبرتكم والان انتم تعلمون 😉

A Look at the Intriguing History of Snowboarding

By Keith Kingston

 

To say who actually invented the sport of snowboarding would be impossible because people have always loved to slide down a snow-covered hill. Soaring through the snow on some kind of seat or board is nothing new. The ways to enjoy the snow are numerous, and people have devised ways to turn garbage can lids and cardboard into ‘snow boards’ to enjoy an afternoon frolic outdoors. The various ways to glide through snow have become more sophisticated and have evolved into using polished boards or skis in much the same manner as a surfboarder would ride a wave.

 

There have been many attempts at developing a modern snowboard. In 1965, the ‘Snurfer’ (a word play on ‘snow’ and ‘surfer’) was developed as a child’s toy. Two skis were bound together and a rope was placed at the front end to afford control and stability. Over 500,000 ‘Snurfers’ were sold in 1966 but they were never seen as more than a child’s plaything even though organized competitions began to take place. The year 1969 brought a slightly more sophisticated snowboard based on the principles of skiing combined with surfboard styling.

 

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