This grammar activity is based on a story from this month's issue of The Primary Planet. Read
through the article and see if you can spot the 10 spelling mistakes. It's so eesy :)
When the spread of COVID-19 caused many buisinesses and schools to shut down, this led to restrickted movement in all areas – both urban (cities and towns) and rural (country).
It not only meant less trafic on the roads, it also led to less planes in the sky, less factorys operating and, in turn, less air pollution.
In fact, air-monitoring satelites from all over the world began to show, as early as Janary, that pollutents and dangerous gases, such as Nitrigen Dioxide (NO2), had dramatically reduced in the atmosphere.
Pictures began circalating, showing the diﬀerence between air-pollution levels over the same periods in previous years.
Although COVID-19 did not elimenate all pollution, it was clear to see that the period of human inactivity did give our planet a much-needed break, with some cities enjoying blue skies and fresh air for the ﬁrst time in a long while.
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