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    Q1 TO THE TOP OF THE WORLD The coldest walk in the world is probably the one Alan Chambers and Charlie Paton did a few years ago when they walked to the North Pole. To prepare for the trip they (1)________ a day in a freezer at a temperature of -300C. But they were more comfortable there than at the North Pole (2)________ they weren’t tired or hungry! They began their 1,126 km walk (3)________ 8 March 2000 and (4)________ at the North Pole 70 days later. A plane took them straight home from there. Charlie had his 30th (5)________ during the trip and he was amazed when Alan gave him a small cake with a candle on it. Alan said the (6)________ moment for him was Charlie’s face when he (7)________ that cake. The strange thing is that more men (8)________ walked on the moon than to the North Pole.  
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    Q2 TO THE TOP OF THE WORLD The coldest walk in the world is probably the one Alan Chambers and Charlie Paton did a few years ago when they walked to the North Pole. To prepare for the trip they (1)________ a day in a freezer at a temperature of -300C. But they were more comfortable there than at the North Pole (2)________ they weren’t tired or hungry! They began their 1,126 km walk (3)________ 8 March 2000 and (4)________ at the North Pole 70 days later. A plane took them straight home from there. Charlie had his 30th (5)________ during the trip and he was amazed when Alan gave him a small cake with a candle on it. Alan said the (6)________ moment for him was Charlie’s face when he (7)________ that cake. The strange thing is that more men (8)________ walked on the moon than to the North Pole.  
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    Q3 TO THE TOP OF THE WORLD The coldest walk in the world is probably the one Alan Chambers and Charlie Paton did a few years ago when they walked to the North Pole. To prepare for the trip they (1)________ a day in a freezer at a temperature of -300C. But they were more comfortable there than at the North Pole (2)________ they weren’t tired or hungry! They began their 1,126 km walk (3)________ 8 March 2000 and (4)________ at the North Pole 70 days later. A plane took them straight home from there. Charlie had his 30th (5)________ during the trip and he was amazed when Alan gave him a small cake with a candle on it. Alan said the (6)________ moment for him was Charlie’s face when he (7)________ that cake. The strange thing is that more men (8)________ walked on the moon than to the North Pole.  
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      A

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    Q4 TO THE TOP OF THE WORLD The coldest walk in the world is probably the one Alan Chambers and Charlie Paton did a few years ago when they walked to the North Pole. To prepare for the trip they (1)________ a day in a freezer at a temperature of -300C. But they were more comfortable there than at the North Pole (2)________ they weren’t tired or hungry! They began their 1,126 km walk (3)________ 8 March 2000 and (4)________ at the North Pole 70 days later. A plane took them straight home from there. Charlie had his 30th (5)________ during the trip and he was amazed when Alan gave him a small cake with a candle on it. Alan said the (6)________ moment for him was Charlie’s face when he (7)________ that cake. The strange thing is that more men (8)________ walked on the moon than to the North Pole.  
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      A

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    Q5 TO THE TOP OF THE WORLD The coldest walk in the world is probably the one Alan Chambers and Charlie Paton did a few years ago when they walked to the North Pole. To prepare for the trip they (1)________ a day in a freezer at a temperature of -300C. But they were more comfortable there than at the North Pole (2)________ they weren’t tired or hungry! They began their 1,126 km walk (3)________ 8 March 2000 and (4)________ at the North Pole 70 days later. A plane took them straight home from there. Charlie had his 30th (5)________ during the trip and he was amazed when Alan gave him a small cake with a candle on it. Alan said the (6)________ moment for him was Charlie’s face when he (7)________ that cake. The strange thing is that more men (8)________ walked on the moon than to the North Pole.  
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      A

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    Q6 TO THE TOP OF THE WORLD The coldest walk in the world is probably the one Alan Chambers and Charlie Paton did a few years ago when they walked to the North Pole. To prepare for the trip they (1)________ a day in a freezer at a temperature of -300C. But they were more comfortable there than at the North Pole (2)________ they weren’t tired or hungry! They began their 1,126 km walk (3)________ 8 March 2000 and (4)________ at the North Pole 70 days later. A plane took them straight home from there. Charlie had his 30th (5)________ during the trip and he was amazed when Alan gave him a small cake with a candle on it. Alan said the (6)________ moment for him was Charlie’s face when he (7)________ that cake. The strange thing is that more men (8)________ walked on the moon than to the North Pole.  
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      A

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    Q7 TO THE TOP OF THE WORLD The coldest walk in the world is probably the one Alan Chambers and Charlie Paton did a few years ago when they walked to the North Pole. To prepare for the trip they (1)________ a day in a freezer at a temperature of -300C. But they were more comfortable there than at the North Pole (2)________ they weren’t tired or hungry! They began their 1,126 km walk (3)________ 8 March 2000 and (4)________ at the North Pole 70 days later. A plane took them straight home from there. Charlie had his 30th (5)________ during the trip and he was amazed when Alan gave him a small cake with a candle on it. Alan said the (6)________ moment for him was Charlie’s face when he (7)________ that cake. The strange thing is that more men (8)________ walked on the moon than to the North Pole.  
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      A

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    Q8 TO THE TOP OF THE WORLD The coldest walk in the world is probably the one Alan Chambers and Charlie Paton did a few years ago when they walked to the North Pole. To prepare for the trip they (1)________ a day in a freezer at a temperature of -300C. But they were more comfortable there than at the North Pole (2)________ they weren’t tired or hungry! They began their 1,126 km walk (3)________ 8 March 2000 and (4)________ at the North Pole 70 days later. A plane took them straight home from there. Charlie had his 30th (5)________ during the trip and he was amazed when Alan gave him a small cake with a candle on it. Alan said the (6)________ moment for him was Charlie’s face when he (7)________ that cake. The strange thing is that more men (8)________ walked on the moon than to the North Pole.  
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      A

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