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Aboriginal people lived in what's now Canada long before any European landed on its shore. Archaeologists believe that North American Aboriginals originated in Asia and came over the land bridge connecting Siberia and North America during the Ice Age. It is believed by scientists that Aboriginals first lived in Canada anywhere from 10,000 to 13,000 years ago. However, some Aboriginal tribes believe that life on Earth began with their creation in North America, and entirely reject the notion they immigrated here at all.
1. Who lived in modern Canada before European settlers started to arrive?
2. Where did North American Aboriginal originate from according to archeologists?
3. How did the Aboriginal reach the North American shore?
4. What are the beliefs of some North American Aboriginal tribes are?
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2.Во что были одеты работники банка?
3. Центр города выглядел оживленным,не так ли?
4.Почему работники банка остановились?
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