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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #121329: Scuba diving
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    English exercise "Scuba diving" created by mili06 with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from mili06]
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    1. I have just started my training.

    2. Despite the fact I am a , my instructor said I was a good diver.

    3. He asked me to do the following exercise: take off my .

    4. I also had to retrieve the .

    5. Also then my eardrums while we were descending.

    6. He insisted on the key points for my safety: a when diving.

    7. Always my BCD (Buoyancy Control Device) when I reached the surface.

    8. Stop using my to avoid being out of breath.

    9. As I am floating, I have a .

    10. We also have done exercises out of the water: inspecting the .

    11. Then air to be ready for the dive.

    12. Check the BCD: inflate and the device of air.

    13. He explained me the following: if I am , I need to add some air in my BCD to float.

    14. If I while scuba diving or ascending, I could do some serious damage to my lungs.

    15. The air in my lungs will and could provoke a lung over expansion injury.

    16. A safe dive includes also to wear a fitted against the cold and to know the hand signals to communicate under the water.

    17. A displays the remaining air pressure in the cylinder and a dive computer enables to know the maximum time we can safely remain at a specific depth.

    18. In conclusion, diving is an amazing activity to discover and is not risky if you respect the safety rules.









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