Írd be a hiányzó szavakat miközben hallgatod a hírt!

Ezzel az anyanyelvi hírrel fejlesztheted a halláskészségedet felsőfokú nyelvvizsgákra!

Hallgasd meg a videót egyszer, utána egészítsd ki a mondatokat miközben hallgatod! Ha kész, kattints az "Ellenőrzés" gombra az ellenőrzéshez. Segítséget is igénybe lehet venni, de az pontot von le, nem lehet a teszted 100 % !

British adventurer John Beeden the first person to row solo nonstop from North America to the Australian mainland. After rowing for 209 days, Beeden with his first step onto dry land by one of his teenage daughters before being greeted by Australian custom officials who wanted to check the rower’s passport details. The fifty-three-year-old for up to 15 hours a day to make the journey possible.

“14,500 kilometres… That’s a long way! Only ever do it once in your life!”

He to arrive November, but weather conditions pushed him by more than a month.

“I didn’t think I could go on and had to dig deep… and getting pushed back hundreds of miles that you've already rowed and you have to row it all again.”

John's wife Sheryl the journey from Canada to Cairns with their two , having not been with him since he left on his six-metre boat Socks II on June 1st this year.

"I kind of think it's like cause he says he's get in another boat for a while, but I am sure in a couple of weeks he'll be having some other adventure, and I’ll have to him a little bit."