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Well-known places in London

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Well-known places in London


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the British Museum “If you visit the British Museum, you should go on a guided tour of the exhibits.”

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Buckingham Palace “We visited Buckingham Palace.”

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Covent Garden “We saw some street performers in Covent Garden.”

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Hampton Court Palace “Hampton Court Palace is located in south-west London.”

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Horse Guards Parade “Horse Guards Parade is close to Whitehall.”

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the Houses of Parliament “The Houses of Parliament are close to Westminster Abbey.”

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Leicester Square “Let’s organise a group to go to the cinema on Saturday.”

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the London Eye “The London Eye is close to Westminster Bridge.”

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the National Gallery “The National Gallery is on Trafalgar Square.”

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the Natural History Museum “We’re going to see the dinosaur fossils in the Natural History Museum.”

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Oxford Street “I’ll be going shopping on Oxford Street tomorrow.”

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Piccadilly Circus “I’ll meet you at Piccadilly Circus.”

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the River Thames “The River Thames flows through central London.”

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the Royal Albert Hall “We’re going to a concert at the Royal Albert Hall.”

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Shakespeare's Globe “I really enjoy watching plays at Shakespeare’s Globe.”

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St Paul's Cathedral “St Paul’s Cathedral is on the north side of the Thames.”

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the Tate Modern “The Tate Modern is on the south bank of the Thames.”

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Tower Bridge “The Tower of London is close to Tower Bridge.”

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the Tower of London “The Tower of London is close to Tower Bridge.”

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Trafalgar Square “The National Gallery is on Trafalgar Square.”

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Westminster Abbey “The Houses of Parliament are close to Westminster Abbey.”

Your score Vocabulary, Audio, Example sentence / notes

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the British Museum
“If you visit the British Museum, you should go on a guided tour of the exhibits.”

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Buckingham Palace
“We visited Buckingham Palace.”

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Covent Garden
“We saw some street performers in Covent Garden.”

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Hampton Court Palace
“Hampton Court Palace is located in south-west London.”

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Horse Guards Parade
“Horse Guards Parade is close to Whitehall.”

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the Houses of Parliament
“The Houses of Parliament are close to Westminster Abbey.”

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Leicester Square
“Let’s organise a group to go to the cinema on Saturday.”

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the London Eye
“The London Eye is close to Westminster Bridge.”

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the National Gallery
“The National Gallery is on Trafalgar Square.”

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the Natural History Museum
“We’re going to see the dinosaur fossils in the Natural History Museum.”

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Oxford Street
“I’ll be going shopping on Oxford Street tomorrow.”

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Piccadilly Circus
“I’ll meet you at Piccadilly Circus.”

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the River Thames
“The River Thames flows through central London.”

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the Royal Albert Hall
“We’re going to a concert at the Royal Albert Hall.”

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Shakespeare's Globe
“I really enjoy watching plays at Shakespeare’s Globe.”

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St Paul's Cathedral
“St Paul’s Cathedral is on the north side of the Thames.”

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the Tate Modern
“The Tate Modern is on the south bank of the Thames.”

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Tower Bridge
“The Tower of London is close to Tower Bridge.”

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the Tower of London
“The Tower of London is close to Tower Bridge.”

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Trafalgar Square
“The National Gallery is on Trafalgar Square.”

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Westminster Abbey
“The Houses of Parliament are close to Westminster Abbey.”


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