Paris in China - level 1

Paris in China - level 1

23-08-2013 06:00

There is a special place in China. It is part of a city. It looks like Paris.

There are famous things from Paris in this city. For example, there is the Eiffel Tower and some other buildings. Everything is like it is in Paris. But it is not real.

The town is twelve years old. Many of the shops are empty. There is nobody there. We don't know how many places are empty there. Chinese owners don't want to tell us. They think that people will come to the city soon.

Difficult words: owner (somebody who has something), empty (with no people).

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