Cave Diving


Grammar — Advanced Level
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Cave diving is underwater diving in water-filled caves. It may be done as an extreme sport, a way of exploring flooded caves for scientific investigation, or for the search for and recovery of divers lost while diving for one of these reasons. Almost all cave diving is done using scuba equipment. Recreational cave diving is generally considered to be a type of technical diving due to the lack of a free surface during large parts of the dive, and often involves decompression.

In the United Kingdom, cave diving developed from the locally more common activity of caving. Its origins in the United States are more closely associated to recreational scuba diving. Compared to caving and scuba diving, there are relatively few practitioners of cave diving. This is due in part to the specialized equipment and skill sets required, and in part because of the high potential risks due to the specific environment.
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  1. Choose which of the two sentences are correct.

  2. Choose which of the two sentences are correct.

  3. Choose which of the two sentences are correct.

  4. Choose which of the two sentences are correct.

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  1. What is the most dangerous activity you ever did or currently do?

  2. Why might people enjoy cave diving?

  3. Would you enjoy cave diving? Why or why not?


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      • (decompressed) o release or reduce the physical pressure on something or to have the physical pressure released or reduced
      • very great in degree
      • done for enjoyment
      • the possibility that something bad or unpleasant (such as an injury or a loss) will happen
      • a sport or activity in which you swim underwater using an air tank and a special breathing machine that you strap on your body


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