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Unit 74: IN THE WORLD This unit gives you examples of a long way from, in, into, near, off, on, outside, through, to and towards when we are talking about places in the world. 1 Look at the map of western Canada Where do you live? in Victoria / in the province of British Columbia / on Vancouver Island / in the provincial capital city / on the coast / near the U.S. border Where is Edmonton? in Alberta / approximately 300 kilometres from Calgary / near the centre of the province / outside of the mountains Where is Regina? in the southern part of Saskatchewan / towards the U.S. border / a long way from Fort Nelson / to the south-east of Saskatoon
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Unformatted text preview: Where is Lake Athabasca? running through a provincial border / into Alberta and Saskatchewan / near Fort McMurray 2 Look at the diagrams She is moving to Calgary to find work. It took four hours to get from Edmonton to Calgary. We drove into Saskatoon and found a place to eat. We got through Kamloops without asking for directions. Bad weather is moving towards Victoria and the coast of British Columbia. NOTICE: By the year 2050, it is estimated that there’ll be up to 9.4 billion people in the world . By the year 2050, it is estimated that there’ll be up to 9.4 billion people on the earth ....
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