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Noura: Mmm! This food tastes awful. Asmaa: I disapprove of that. I think its good, but the atmosphere isnt. Noura: I disagree with you. Its so comfortable. Asmaa: Any way, you ought to come to this restaurant, because its the only one in the area. Noura: Well, I think wed better leave. Asmaa: O.K. Come on.
Disapproval: Disagreement: Obligation: This food tastes awful. I disagree with you. You ought to come to this restaurant.
When was Kuwait first built? It was first built around the eighteenth century.
Historian: (n.) A person who writes down the history of nations. Historic:(adj.) Establishing Al-Umma Council is a historic event in Kuwait history.
When did Kuwait begin to expand?expand It began to expand as more tribes left the Arabian Peninsula and settled in thisPeninsula safe city.
Expand:(V.) Grow, become larger. Expansion:(n.) There is an expansion in using technology around the world.
Peninsula:(n.) Land surrounded by water in all sides except one.
Who was the first man to put Kuwait on a map? When? He was the Danish traveller Carsten Niebuhr. When he visited Kuwait in 1765.
How did he describe Kuwait and its people? He described it as a small city.
with a population of ten thousand
Population:(n.) People living in an area. Overpopulated:(adj.) China is an overpopulated country.
Possessing about 800 ships.
Possess: (v.) Have; own. Possession: (n.) She sold all her possessions, because she wanted to migrate.
How did the first Kuwaitis earn their living? A) Trade
C) Pearl diving
What does this type of life account for?account for It accounts for their wide travels all around the world.
Account for: (v.) Explain the reason for.
Most historians believe that Kuwait was built around the eighteenth century. It gradually expanded as more tribes left the Arabian Peninsula and settled in this safe city. The Danish traveller Carsten Niehbuhr was among the first to put the name Kuwait on a map when he visited it in He described it as a small city with a population of ten thousand, possessing 800 ships. People earned their living from trade, fishing and pearl diving. This type of life accounts for their wide travels all over the world.
BIG THANK TO ALL MY COLLEGUES. SPECIAL THANK GOES TO: MY SENI0R,MISS NOURIA. MY COLLEGUE, Miss MARWA. YOU ARE SUCH GREAT HELPERS.