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A Brief History of the Olympics

The modern Olympics began in 1896, but the first one was drastically different than the Olympics we know today. Only 14 countries and 176 athletes, all of them men, competed in the games, which were hosted in Athens.
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10 Classic Chat Up Lines in English

Chat up lines are usually intended for men to start talking to women in bars, although they’re famous for being completely useless. They’ve become more of a joke than a real conversation starter
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11 different ways to Say ‘Toilet’ in English

Slang or informal words for  “toilet” are common and students have difficulty knowing which words are rude and which words are not.
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