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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #87003: A tourist in Paris
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    A tourist in Paris


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    - Tourist: Excuse me, do you speak (                       ) ?


    - Parisian: Yes, I do. Can I help you?
    - Tourist: I've come from Great Britain for holidays and I'm lost in Paris. I'm looking for the Pantheon. Could you help me find the (           ) ?


    - Parisian: Of course, but you are very (                       ) this place. It's at least a one hour's walk away.
    (2 words - Space)

    - Tourist: I can't walk such a long (                          ) because of my feet, but somebody told me that it's very close.


    - Parisian: No, it isn't. To my mind, the best way to get there is by (                    ) .


    - Tourist: Oh no, I can't! I am claustrophobic. I can't bear going underground. Moreover, it's far too (                       ) for me.


    - Parisian: OK, you can catch the bus. There is a (                                ) just round the corner. (2 words - Space)

    You have to catch bus line 67, get off the bus at Denfert Rochereau station, (                                ) the square and then catch bus line 38.
    (2 words - Space)

    - Tourist: “That won't work because it's really too difficult for me to change buses twice.
    - Parisian: Well, then you can go by (              ) .


    - Tourist: No, I can't, it's too expensive. I have a very small budget for this (                       ) and I have to be thrifty.

    Moreover, I'm afraid of getting stuck in a (                                ) .
    (2 words - Space)

    - Parisian: All right, perhaps you should pick a different place to (                 ) such as the Eiffel Tower.


    - Tourist: What a good idea! Could you (              ) me how to get there?


    - Parisian: Of course. First, you go (                                ) as far as the chemist's. (2 words - Space)

    Then you (                          ) at the grocer's.
    (2 words - Space)

    - Tourist: Do you know the (              ) of the grocer's? It will confirm that I'm on the right path.


    - Parisian: No, I don't, but you can't miss it because of the pink (                                   ) which is a very unusual colour for this kind of shop. (2 words - Space)

    After the grocer's, you walk across a (                                ) , take the third street on your left and you can see the Eiffel Tower.


    - Tourist: Thanks a lot for your (                          ) and your patience.


    - Parisian: You're (                       ) .









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