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The day my little boy swallowed a tomato

‘Look at me, Mum,’ giggled my three-year-old son. I could hardly understand him, as his mouth was full of cherry tomatoes. He had taken them out of the fridge while I was making lunch. ‘Oh Peter, don’t be silly,’ I laughed. This was a big mistake. Peter tried to laugh too, and as he did so, one of the tomatoes got stuck in his throat. He tried to cough, but nothing happened. He was choking. I hit Peter on the back, but the tomato didn’t move. Peter began to turn blue. I ran outside into the street, screaming for help, but the road was completely deserted. I was desperate. I put my whole hand in his mouth and pushed my fingers as far as I could down his throat…

Now listen to what happened next and answer the question below

 

Second article:

The day my little boy swallowed a tomato

‘Look at me, Mum,’ giggled my three-year-old son. I could hardly understand him, as his mouth was full of cherry tomatoes. He had taken them out of the fridge while I was making lunch. ‘Oh Peter, don’t be silly,’ I laughed. This was a big mistake. Peter tried to laugh too, and as he did so, one of the tomatoes got stuck in his throat. He tried to cough, but nothing happened. He was choking. I hit Peter on the back, but the tomato didn’t move. Peter began to turn blue. I ran outside into the street, screaming for help, but the road was completely deserted. I was desperate. I put my whole hand in his mouth and pushed my fingers as far as I could down his throat…

Now listen to what happened next and answer the question below

Second article:

The day my little boy swallowed a tomato

‘Look at me, Mum,’ giggled my three-year-old son. I could hardly understand him, as his mouth was full of cherry tomatoes. He had taken them out of the fridge while I was making lunch. ‘Oh Peter, don’t be silly,’ I laughed. This was a big mistake. Peter tried to laugh too, and as he did so, one of the tomatoes got stuck in his throat. He tried to cough, but nothing happened. He was choking. I hit Peter on the back, but the tomato didn’t move. Peter began to turn blue. I ran outside into the street, screaming for help, but the road was completely deserted. I was desperate. I put my whole hand in his mouth and pushed my fingers as far as I could down his throat…

Now listen to what happened next and answer the question below

 

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