• In the white boxes below, type the words you hear. You will hear each word twice.
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1. Its analysed...
2. temperatures from
3. figures a high likelihood
4. an in extreme temperatures
5. Heatwave conditions
6. high temperatures
7. his concern
8. more
9. broken by such large
10. changes in climate
11. extreme
12. more and heat-related deaths

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