Princess Diana Work Sheet

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Work Sheet (Diana’s Story)
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Diana was born in Norfolk, England, in 1961, and she died in Paris, France, in 1997.
Her sudden death in a car crash while she was being chased by photographers left the whole world in deep grief.
Diana Spencer was born to a wealthy and high class family, and she was educated in private schools in England and Switzerland. Diana Spencer was born to a wealthy and high class family and educated in private schools in England and Switzerland. Born to a wealthy and high class family, she was educated in private schools in England and Switzerland.
She loved children, so she became a kindergarten teacher. She led a quiet life in London, but she met Charles,
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Though she led a quiet life in London, she met Charles, and then her life changed dramatically.
Because (As, since) she loved children, she became a kindergarten teacher, leading a quiet life in London. However, after she met Charles, her life changed dramatically.
She and Charles married in 1981, and her life as the wife of the future king began. Diana's life should have been a happy one, but it was not to be.
After she and Charles married in 1981, her life as the wife of the future king began. Though her life should have been a happy one, it was not to be.
She and Charles began having marital problems, and they separated in 1992, and they agreed to divorce in 1996.
She and Charles began having marital problems, separated in 1992 and agreed to divorce in 1996.
Diana worked very hard at her job as princess, and she supported children and AIDS victims.
Diana worked very hard at her job as princess and supported children and AIDS victims.
She lived for only a short time, but she touched people all over the world because of her beauty, her compassion for others, and her style.
(Even) though she lived for only a short time, she touched people all over the world because of her beauty, her compassion for others, and her

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