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English Conversation Forest Fires
In this Real English Conversation we talk about how there are forest fires every year in Western Canada and what it is like having one really close to your city.
Curtis and Amy (the hosts of the podcast) are from a city called Kelowna, BC in Canada. In the conversation lesson, they explain that this area of Canada gets very dry during the summer months due to very little rainfall and hot temperatures.
The audio explains that forest fires are started in several ways by both people and also through natural causes like lightning. You might be surprised by some of the points in the discussion about how forest fires can be easily prevented with a little bit of extra care and attention from people.
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