I love this challenge!.Interesting place!.I'll visit this city, one day.
You can touch the sky, but I´d rather keep my feet on the ground
I'm sorry, but now I don't catch on to the connection between these words. I' m being really thick today...(only today?)
Oh now I see!I feel giddy. I must sit down.
Thank you lovely students!!!! You seem to have found out. I appreciate you are not letting the cat out so more students have the chance to do some research.I am very proud :)
by the way .....did you know what it was about or do you happen to be good at researching?
No,I didn't, but I am used to researching.And now I should work with the compositions, I don't want my teacher thinks I have thrown in the towel...
In the recent years, iconic and striking buildings with unconventional names have appeared in the city, such as The Gherkin and The Shard. The latest ones are affectionately named The Cheese-grater and The Walkie-talkie, reflecting the slanted shapes of the buildings.
I've never heard about this. I only knew something about the Eye, madame Tussauds and the tube. However the challenge of the teacher was irresistible.
So now that you know what they have in common -they are buildings-, what about doing some more research and leaving here:-the kind of buildings they are.-the city where they are.-any link with pictures.-just more information.Do you like these kind of edifice?Have you ever visited one?
They are skyscrapers, aren´t they?I have visited no one in my life but I would like to do it and, with luck (and some money), I´m going to do it soon!!
Gherkin was the one that first caught my attention...I vaguely remember the other buildings
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