By about 30,000 years ago, modern humans had spread to almost all parts of the world. They were almost exactly the same as people of today, although. a little shorter.
These peoplelived mainly by hunting. They caught antelope, rabbits, pigs, elephants, birds and other animals. Some of the animals they killed were always large. This shows that the people must have lived in largegroups and worked together The people in the groups probably had leaders.
The work of the men and the women was little bit very different. The men hunted and built places to live in. They made tools.The women prepared food and looked after the children. They made clay pots and used skins to make clothes Living in large groups helped their language to develop. People started to make paintings onthe walls of caves at this age Most of the paintings show animals and hunting scenes. They also made carved objects out of bone and stone.
I was cycling to work on Monday when a car nearly knockedme over. I nearly fell off my bicycle. I followed the car. It could not go quickly because there were many other cars. Then I was behind it. I banged on the roof. Suddenly, I saw the word Police onthe side of the car. The passenger, a policeman, got out. 'What are you doing?' he said. 'The driver nearly knocked me over!' I said. 'You're police officers. You should drive more carefully!' Thepoliceman took out his notebook. He wants to take my name and address. He wanted me to go to the police station. Then the driver said, 'Sorry. I didn't see you. It was my mistake.' I pointed my finger andsaid, 'drive. on!', and they did.
Los seres humanos modernos
Alrededor de 30.000 años, los humanos modernos se había extendido a casi todas las partes del mundo. Eran casi exactamente lo mismo quela gente de hoy en día, aunque. un poco más corta.
Estas personas vivían principalmente de la caza. Atraparon a antílopes, cerdos, conejos, elefantes, aves y otros animales. Algunos de los...
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