Divers try to set a world record - level 1

Divers try to set a world record - level 1

25-09-2014 07:00

Two hundred people dive in the Red Sea. They go 20 metres underwater. There is a shipwreck at the bottom of the sea.

Someone films the divers. The video is live on the Internet. People watch it. The divers want to set a new record. They want a lot of people to watch them on the Internet. The divers take underwater pictures.

Difficult words: dive (to go or swim underwater), shipwreck (broken ship), diver (somebody who dives).

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