B2.2 Grammar – revisiting an old text

I was just going through some old notes from our classes and I came across a text I wrote when we looking at structures with ‘as.’  Here is the text represented as a Part 2, Use of English Open-cloze:

For questions 1-7, read the text and think of the word which best fits each gap.  Use only one word in each gap.  There’s an example at the beginning (0).

Example:  (0)  WELL

Madrid is (0) _well_ worth exploring on foot as long (1) _____ you do not mind having to push your way through crowded streets.  This really is the best way to discover the city’s charm.  (2) ______ minute you can be in a busy shopping street and the (3) _______ you might be strolling a long a quiet, narrow back street and discovering a cosy bar (4) _______ you can stop for a bite to eat.  It’s difficult to (5) _______ lost as long as you do not stray too far from the city centre.  As (6) _____ as public transport is concerned, if you need (7) _______, it is fairly cheap and efficient.

You can check your answers below:

Madrid is well worth exploring on foot as long as you do not mind having to push your way through crowded streets.  This really is the best way to discover the city’s charm.  One minute you can be in a busy shopping street and the next you might be strolling a long a quiet, narrow back street and discovering a cosy bar where you can stop for a bite to eat.  It’s difficult to get lost as long as you do not stray too far from the city centre.  As far as public transport is concerned, if you need it, it is fairly cheap and efficient.

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