Cycling Scheme in Brighton

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The Cycling Scheme In Brighton is an exercise for the B2 First Use of English Part 1 set at an Upper Intermediate Level of English.

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B2 First Use of English Part 1 Cycling Scheme in Brighton

This exercise consists of a text about a new cycling scheme in Brighton in which there are 8 gaps. Each gap represents a missing word or phrase.

The County Council has decided to give a higher (1) to cycling and agreed a new strategy to guide the (2)  ahead in East Sussex. Cycling is a low-cost , healthy and environmentally-friendly form of transport. It is (3) to make it safer, more convenient and attractive for cyclists journeys. Cycling is being encouraged both for utility purposes such as journeys to work, school and the shops and for (4)  trips for exercise and enjoyment, including longer trips by tourists. Recent cycle schemes carried out in conjunction with District Councils and other bodies (5)  the Brighton and Hove seafront route and the Cross Levels Way cycle route, in Eastbourne. (6) people will be consulted as the strategy is implemented. The County Council will work with local cycling and other groups, and a countywide Cycling Forum will be formed to (7) that all bodies concerned with cycling are in regular contact. The cyclists are given in a leaflet, and a (8) of the full strategy document can be seen in County Council Public Libraries.


 

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