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Listen to the announcement and then answer the following questions
Or…for a bigger challenge, try this dictation exercise
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- take advantage of: When you “take advantage of” something, you make good use of that thing.
- front: A front is the forward edge of a weather pattern, like a storm.
- dig out: Dig out is a phrasal verb which means to look for and take something.