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Practice Reading & Listening on Dark Universe for IELTS

Practice Reading & Listening on Dark Universe Practice Reading & Listening on Dark Universe for IELTS & TOEFL with illustrated flashcards inside the passage, a podcast from National Geographic YouTube Channel and text-to-speech functionality Watch this video on YouTube The planets, moons and stars make up less than 5% of all the mass in the

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8 comments on “Practice Reading & Listening on Dark Universe for IELTS”

  1. It seems so perplexing how the universe created or came to existence. Contemplating about all these sometimes seems to be beyond the reach of human understandings.

    • It seems that there is no end to learning, and our current level of knowledge about the world around us is literally so primitive. So, there’s a long journey ahead of us to make discoveries again and again, one after each other.

    • Yeah, it’s like targeting a mountain or hill to climb up, and as soon as you reach for the summit of the mountain, you see you’re surrounded by countless hills and mountains in front of you waiting to be climbed up.

    • That’s right. Learning is actually endless, and the more we learn, the more we realize there is more to learn. Yet, uncovering the mysteries of the universe is quite a thrill.

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