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Reading Part 1: What To Do in London

  • These people (a - e) are looking for something to do in London.
  • First read the information about the people, then look at the descriptions of the museums and tours (A - G) on the next page.
  • In each case find the two activities the people would do. Write the letters of the activities in the boxes next to the people's names.
  • Some of the activities can be chosen more than once.
Activity 1Activity 2The people
a) Fergus plans to take a day off work this week and see an exhibition on nature and the environment - as a kind of escape from the big, busy city.
He also loves exploring the art scene in London and wants his 12-year-old daughter to come along with him this weekend. Maybe they can even try creating some artwork themselves?
b) Kim likes to discover things about London that most people don't know. So she is looking for a museum exhibit that only a few people have seen before. And if it has something to do with crimes or mysteries, that would be even better.
She also wants to take a somewhat unusual tour to look behind the scenes of this European capital. Something next Tuesday afternoon would fit in her schedule.
c) Ruby is planning a day trip to London at the end of the year. On this day, she wants to take a step back in time, to imagine what London used to look like. She's fascinated by architecture, so a tour featuring some buildings - especially old, forgotten ones - would be perfect for her.
She also wants to find out about a famous person who once lived there, and she can only take this tour in the evening.
d) As an amateur photographer, Maggie wants to get some practice taking photos of this exciting city and learn more tricks of the trade while she's at it.
She would also like to have a good laugh with some other adults on a walking tour. A stop for some refreshments during the tour would be nice, too.
e) Nicholas is an animal-lover- He's been to the London zoo many times already, so now he wants to see wild animals on display in an exhibition.
He would also like to learn about a darker side of the city. He doesn't really like walking tours though. He'd rather go at his own pace.
The Museum of LondonA) Here you can see a macabre collection of evidence and criminal tales which was created in 1875 but has only ever been open to police professionals and invited guests. Now we can all get a glimpse of the gory details, though, as its most fascinating exhibits will be on display at the Museum of London in this exhibition which reveals previously unseen details and secrets from real-life high profile crimes. Visitors will also find out more about the challenges the police face while trying to keep London legal.
Opening hours: daily 10am – 6pm
Price: £15; concessions £12.50
Natural History Museum B) The celebrated annual wildlife photography competition exhibition returns to the Natural History Museum with images of the most extraordinary species on the planet, captured by professional and amateur photographers. The overall winner of this year's Wildlife Photographer of the Year is amateur photographer Don Gutoski for his beautiful and rather bloody 'Tale of two foxes', taken in the subarctic climes of Cape Churchill, Canada.
Opening hours: daily 10am – 5.50pm
Price: £13.50, £6.75 children & concs
Derelict LondonC) Some of the most interesting corners of the city are the areas that are neglected and crumbling, the deserted streets whose past is written on the wall or concealed beneath rubble. Paul Tallin of Derelict London, who has been recording and photographing these atmospheric buildings and streets for more than a decade, leads a great programme of walking tours at weekends. Plan ahead, though; tickets for these walks sell out months in advance.
London Loo ToursD) Fascinated by public sanitation? This 90min tour is a walk through the history and politics of London, as represented by the humble loo – and toilet humour is positively encouraged. Walks on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday afternoons begin at Waterloo station, by the toilets opposite Platform 18, and are an adults-only activity (you'll drop in to some cocktail bars en route). Saturday tours of Bloomsbury start at Euston Square station at 11am. You don't need to book in advance.
Street Art TourE) Want to learn how to create a piece of spray can art in a safe and fun environment? One of our expert street artist guides will take you on a graffiti and street art walking tour of East London where you'll see some of the world's finest street art. Then, after a refreshment break it's back to the Alternative London workshop to try it for yourself! Combined tours and workshops start at 11am every Saturday and Sunday. Age minimum of 10 years. One adult per three children. Under 16's must be accompanied by an adult.
The City Photography TourF) Come join us on the City Photography Walk as we take you through the streets of London hunting down the perfect shot. We teach you the principles behind a perfect photo and use London as our classroom. On our City photography walking tour you can use any camera as we focus on the creative side of photography. We take you to all the best locations around the City of London and teach you how to take amazing photos. There are three tours on Saturday and three tours on Sunday every weekend.
Price: £ 54.99 per person
Jack the Ripper Tour G) Our original Aldgate East Jack the Ripper Tour has been introducing people to the world's most infamous serial killer for over 32 years. We offer you a truly atmospheric route that allows you to explore the old streets and historic buildings that are still just as they were back in the age of the Ripper; the opportunity to examine Victorian photographs that show you the streets through which you will be walking as they were at the time of the crimes.
When? every night - 7 chilling nights a week What time? 7pm
Duration? 2 hours Cost? £10 per person
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Reading Part1: What To Do in London

$\blacktriangleright$  Find two activities that the people would do
Activity 1Activity 2The people
B E a) Fergus plans to take a day off work this week and see an exhibition on nature and the environment - as a kind of escape from the big, busy city.
He also loves exploring the art scene in London and wants his 12-year-old daughter to come along with him this weekend. Maybe they can even try creating some artwork themselves?
A D b) Kim likes to discover things about London that most people don't know. So she is looking for a museum exhibit that only a few people have seen before. And if it has something to do with crimes or mysteries, that would be even better.
She also wants to take a somewhat unusual tour to look behind the scenes of this European capital. Something next Tuesday afternoon would fit in her schedule.
C G c) Ruby is planning a day trip to London at the end of the year. On this day, she wants to take a step back in time, to imagine what London used to look like. She's fascinated by architecture, so a tour featuring some buildings - especially old, forgotten ones - would be perfect for her.
She also wants to find out about a famous person who once lived there, and she can only take this tour in the evening.
D F d) As an amateur photographer, Maggie wants to get some practice taking photos of this exciting city and learn more tricks of the trade while she's at it.
She would also like to have a good laugh with some other adults on a walking tour. A stop for some refreshments during the tour would be nice, too.
A B e) Nicholas is an animal-lover- He's been to the London zoo many times already, so now he wants to see wild animals on display in an exhibition.
He would also like to learn about a darker side of the city. He doesn't really like walking tours though. He'd rather go at his own pace.
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