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    The Birth of Internet
    The Internet grew out of a project (origin) set up in 1969 by the Pentagon to help scientists

    to exchange (science) documents and so on, at a speed that is almost (instant).

    The Internet is now a vast (globe) network of networks with over 30 million users.

    It (able) them to consult huge databases, transfer data, send and receive mail (electronic).

    On the World Wide Web, you can see the latest images of Mars, go on a tour of a museum or an art (exhibit).

    Of course, not all of this is free and you have to pay a (subscribe) fee to an Internet service (provide) such as AOL or Wanadoo.

    However, there is a wide (choose) of newsgroups and these are all free of charge.

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