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By John Milne

This is often an undemanding point tale in a sequence of ELT readers comprising a variety of titles - a few unique and a few simplified - from sleek and vintage novels, and designed to attract all age-groups, tastes and cultures. The books are divided into 5 degrees: Starter point, with approximately three hundred uncomplicated phrases; newbie point (600 simple words); simple point (1100); Intermediate point (1600); and top point (2200). a number of the titles also are to be had on cassette.

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I swam towards the house. But the water was pulling me away. I heard a crash and looked up. One of the walls had broken and the roof had fallen into the water. Hanim and her mother had disappeared. The water was now rushing like a river. I was pulled along. The water was rushing to the hole in the embankment. It was taking everything with it. The men on the road had broken the embankment. But they had done it at the wrong time. I was a strong swimmer, but I was not able to swim against 53 this fierce, angry flood.

Luckily, this was Abdel Rahman. At last I was able to speak to him. We worked hard for three hours. We cleaned all the mud and stones from the passage and the water ran away. 'The men who made this passage knew nothing about the rains,' said Abdel Rahman. 'They made a passage for men and animals. But they forgot about the water in the rainy 45 season. The water will destroy the passage. The stones will fall from the top. ' 'I agree with you,' I replied. 'I was wrong two years ago. ' 'You were young,' Abdel Rahman said kindly.

0 - ~ '\7~ . , "~" • 0; . "- . , ", .... ' -', ; . ,, ! " " .. I '-' . ' . t::I. " 'I:. '-'~ -. -' ·'l:'_·";lo ' . ' ... ; = " ', 1-' . ". " ~ ," -.. ", . ~ ... t--... ' , ' ~" "':", ,0" '\'. '. 0'. , '.. '-' \... ". " " '. " '. A river was running through Um Khalid. tree. The tree was blocking the passage. The water wasn't able to get through. We all took a spade or a mattock. The men with spades dug at the embankment. Those with mattocks tried to break the top of the road. The road surface was hard and it wasn't easy work.

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