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1. Visitors......plenty......money to spend and who come chiefly......enjoyment are likely to pass most......their time......the West End. Those who to learn ......London's history will find much to interest them ...... the City. Here most......that streets are narrow, and
traffic is often very slow. Many......these narrow streets run down......the Thames,
and ...... the end ...... many ...... the end warehouses can be seen. The City is concerned …..finance, but it is also a market ......goods ..... almost every kind,......all parts......the world. The Port ......London is......the east......the
City. Here today, are miles and miles ...... docks, and the great industrial areas that depend …... shipping. This is the East
End ...... London, unat­tractive ...... appearance, but very important …….. the country's commerce. Ships...... 6,000 tons car: come as far as London Bridge, below which is the part ......the river called the Pool. They can pass
...... Tower Bridge. It takes only five minutes to raise the two halves ...... the roadway to allow a ship to pass.
2. Once Mark Twain was sitting......a dinner party.........a well-known pianist. He said......him: It will interest you......a pianist that my life was once saved......a piano when I was a boy. We had a ter­rible flood ...... my home town. The water even reached the upper storey where I was ...... my father.......hesitation my father sat ...... a big chest ...... drawers, and floating ...... the river reached safely the bank." "Well, and you?" asked the pianist. "I accompanied him......the piano."
3. A Londoner who was going...... the West......England...... a holiday, arrived ...... train ......a town, and found that it waspouring. He called a porter to carry his bags ...... a taxi.......the way...... the station, partly to make conversation and partly to get a local opinion ......prospects ......weather......his holiday, he asked the porter: "How long has it been raining like this?" "I don't know. Sir, I've only been here ......fifteen years," was the reply.

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1. Visitors with plenty of money to spend and who come chiefly for enjoyment are likely to pass most of their time at the West End. Those who to learn London's history will find much to interest them  in the City. Here most of the streets  are narrow, and traffic is often very slow. Many of these narrow streets run down to the Thames, and at the end of it many warehouses can be seen. The City is concerned about finance, but it is also a market for goods of almost every kind, from all parts of the world. The Port of London is to the east of the City. Here today, are miles and miles of docks, and the great industrial areas that depend on shipping. This is the East End of London, unat­tractive in appearance, but very important for the country's commerce. Ships of 6,000 tons car: come as far as London Bridge, below which is the part of the river called the Pool. They can pass under Tower Bridge. It takes only five minutes to raise the two halves of the roadway to allow a ship to pass.