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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #37480: London
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    1. There are lots of pigeons, fountains in that place . (                                               ) (2 words - Space)

    2. The prime minister lives here. (                                                  ) (3 words - Space)

    3. You can see the crown jewels here. (                                                  ) (4 words - Space)

    4. The Queen lives here. (                                                  ) (2 words - Space)

    5. It's the bell of a famous clock. (                    ) (2 words - Space)

    6. It's a big wheel from where you can see the whole city of London. (                             ) (2 words - Space)

    7. The Lords and Commons work here. (                                                                 ) (4 words - Space)

    8. He was the builder of Saint Paul's Cathedral (                                                        ) (3 words - Space)

    9. He was a famous person whose column is on Trafalgar Square. (                                         ) (2 words - Space)

    10. The copy of Shakespeare's Theatre. (                                               ) (3 words - Space)









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