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Ripley's Believe It or Not! #14(3/3/2005)

Special Thanks to http://www.ripleys.com/

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< TASK 1 > Read the articles (1) to (3). And figure out which article they come from. Answer A, B, or C.

(1) A seven-year-old pug living in Pittsburgh, Penn., has gained notoriety for his ability to clearly say the phrase "I love you."

(2) "Can you pass the salt please?" "Uh... Sure, just let me find it!" At the "Darkside of Hyde Park" Restaurant in Sydney, Australia, patrons eat in complete darkness. The idea is that without visual distraction, diners can fully taste and smell the food.

(3) "SnoreStop --- It simply works." Andrew Fischer of Omaha, Neb., sold advertising space on his forehead! For $37,375, SnoreStop gets its logo on his forehead for a month.

The cartoon from http://www.comics.com/comics/ripleys/
Download PDF file "the handout for students"(629KB)
Download PDF file "the original cartoon & answers"(824KB)

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