Task 1 (10 points)
Read the text and then complete the table. Decide whether each statement is, according to the text,
true (T), false (F) or not mentioned (NM). Tick () the appropriate box. An example (0) is given.
‘SNOW LEOPARD’ IS PRIDE OF GHANA
Among the handful of not-quite-elite Olympic entrants from non-traditional skiing countries, Kwame Nkrumah-Acheampong manages to stand out.
You can spot the “Snow Leopard”, as he’s known, by the leopard-print racing suit he’ll be wearing in Saturday’s men’s slalom. He had a well-publicized run-up to the Vancouver Games, leaning on the kindness of strangers in Mount Washington, British Columbia, and other stops where he was offered housing, food, vehicles and free lift tickets for training.
“My goal,” he told Reuters, “is to try and beat some other countries that have snow. If I can take down a few, I’m happy.”
Born in Glasgow, Scotland, Nkrumah-Acheampong moved to Ghana with his family as a 1-yearold, then to Zambia and Nigeria, back to Gha...
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