Ket Skills - Writing Part 7

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Ket Skills - Writing Part 7

You are going to read a text about the Grand Canyon. The test has 10 gaps. Fill in each gap at at time with ONE word only (a noun, verb, preposition, etc)Don't forget to print your certificate and present it to your teacher


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  • 1. 
    The Grand CanyonThe Grand Canyon of the Colorado River (1)___ one of the seven natural wonders of the world and one of our planet's most astounding accomplishments. I ___ never seen a picture that has ever done it justice. I keep taking pictures ___ it and I manage to capture little pieces of beauty here and there but to really understand the Grand Canyon, to really appreciate it, you have ___ see it with your own eyes.The Canyon is 277 miles (443 km) long. The area of the park includes over a million acres of land. To hike to the bottom of the Grand Canyon, just to the bottom - not back to ___ top, requires at least one full day. Some people manage to do the ___ to the river and back in one day but this is extremely hazardous. The person attempting it risking dehydration and hypothermia, and the Park Service attempts to discourage the activity. It is possible to ___ a one-day mule trip to Plateau Point almost to the bottom of the Grand Canyon. This is still 1,200 feet (366 meters) above the Colorado River but provides some excellent views of the river.A river trip along the full length of the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon is possible in as little ___ a week in a motor powered raft. Shorter half-Canyon trips are also possible but these require you to either hike in and join the trip or leave the trip and hike out at Phantom Ranch.NOTE: River trips and mule trips fill up quickly and it is not uncommon for them to be booked up to six months or a full year in advance depending ___ the time of year. DO ___ wait until you get to the Canyon to book these trips. 
  • 2. 
    The Grand CanyonThe Grand Canyon of the Colorado River is one of the seven natural wonders of the world and one of our planet's most astounding accomplishments. I (2)___ never seen a picture that has ever done it justice. I keep taking pictures ___ it and I manage to capture little pieces of beauty here and there but to really understand the Grand Canyon, to really appreciate it, you have ___ see it with your own eyes.The Canyon is 277 miles (443 km) long. The area of the park includes over a million acres of land. To hike to the bottom of the Grand Canyon, just to the bottom - not back to ___ top, requires at least one full day. Some people manage to do the ___ to the river and back in one day but this is extremely hazardous. The person attempting it risking dehydration and hypothermia, and the Park Service attempts to discourage the activity. It is possible to ___ a one-day mule trip to Plateau Point almost to the bottom of the Grand Canyon. This is still 1,200 feet (366 meters) above the Colorado River but provides some excellent views of the river.A river trip along the full length of the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon is possible in as little ___ a week in a motor powered raft. Shorter half-Canyon trips are also possible but these require you to either hike in and join the trip or leave the trip and hike out at Phantom Ranch.NOTE: River trips and mule trips fill up quickly and it is not uncommon for them to be booked up to six months or a full year in advance depending ___ the time of year. DO ___ wait until you get to the Canyon to book these trips.
  • 3. 
    The Grand CanyonThe Grand Canyon of the Colorado River is one of the seven natural wonders of the world and one of our planet's most astounding accomplishments. I have never seen a picture that has ever done it justice. I keep taking pictures (3)___ it and I manage to capture little pieces of beauty here and there but to really understand the Grand Canyon, to really appreciate it, you have ___ see it with your own eyes.The Canyon is 277 miles (443 km) long. The area of the park includes over a million acres of land. To hike to the bottom of the Grand Canyon, just to the bottom - not back to ___ top, requires at least one full day. Some people manage to do the ___ to the river and back in one day but this is extremely hazardous. The person attempting it risking dehydration and hypothermia, and the Park Service attempts to discourage the activity. It is possible to ___ a one-day mule trip to Plateau Point almost to the bottom of the Grand Canyon. This is still 1,200 feet (366 meters) above the Colorado River but provides some excellent views of the river.A river trip along the full length of the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon is possible in as little ___ a week in a motor powered raft. Shorter half-Canyon trips are also possible but these require you to either hike in and join the trip or leave the trip and hike out at Phantom Ranch.NOTE: River trips and mule trips fill up quickly and it is not uncommon for them to be booked up to six months or a full year in advance depending ___ the time of year. DO ___ wait until you get to the Canyon to book these trips.
  • 4. 
    The Grand CanyonThe Grand Canyon of the Colorado River is one of the seven natural wonders of the world and one of our planet's most astounding accomplishments. I have never seen a picture that has ever done it justice. I keep taking pictures of it and I manage to capture little pieces of beauty here and there but to really understand the Grand Canyon, to really appreciate it, you have (4)___ see it with your own eyes.The Canyon is 277 miles (443 km) long. The area of the park includes over a million acres of land. To hike to the bottom of the Grand Canyon, just to the bottom - not back to ___ top, requires at least one full day. Some people manage to do the ___ to the river and back in one day but this is extremely hazardous. The person attempting it risking dehydration and hypothermia, and the Park Service attempts to discourage the activity. It is possible to ___ a one-day mule trip to Plateau Point almost to the bottom of the Grand Canyon. This is still 1,200 feet (366 meters) above the Colorado River but provides some excellent views of the river.A river trip along the full length of the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon is possible in as little ___ a week in a motor powered raft. Shorter half-Canyon trips are also possible but these require you to either hike in and join the trip or leave the trip and hike out at Phantom Ranch.NOTE: River trips and mule trips fill up quickly and it is not uncommon for them to be booked up to six months or a full year in advance depending ___ the time of year. DO ___ wait until you get to the Canyon to book these trips.
  • 5. 
    The Grand CanyonThe Grand Canyon of the Colorado River is one of the seven natural wonders of the world and one of our planet's most astounding accomplishments. I have never seen a picture that has ever done it justice. I keep taking pictures of it and I manage to capture little pieces of beauty here and there but to really understand the Grand Canyon, to really appreciate it, you have to see it with your own eyes.The Canyon is 277 miles (443 km) long. The area of the park includes over a million acres of land. To hike to the bottom of the Grand Canyon, just to the bottom - not back to (5)___ top, requires at least one full day. Some people manage to do the ___ to the river and back in one day but this is extremely hazardous. The person attempting it risking dehydration and hypothermia, and the Park Service attempts to discourage the activity. It is possible to ___ a one-day mule trip to Plateau Point almost to the bottom of the Grand Canyon. This is still 1,200 feet (366 meters) above the Colorado River but provides some excellent views of the river.A river trip along the full length of the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon is possible in as little ___ a week in a motor powered raft. Shorter half-Canyon trips are also possible but these require you to either hike in and join the trip or leave the trip and hike out at Phantom Ranch.NOTE: River trips and mule trips fill up quickly and it is not uncommon for them to be booked up to six months or a full year in advance depending ___ the time of year. DO ___ wait until you get to the Canyon to book these trips.
  • 6. 
    The Grand CanyonThe Grand Canyon of the Colorado River is one of the seven natural wonders of the world and one of our planet's most astounding accomplishments. I have never seen a picture that has ever done it justice. I keep taking pictures of it and I manage to capture little pieces of beauty here and there but to really understand the Grand Canyon, to really appreciate it, you have to see it with your own eyes.The Canyon is 277 miles (443 km) long. The area of the park includes over a million acres of land. To hike to the bottom of the Grand Canyon, just to the bottom - not back to the top, requires at least one full day. Some people manage to do the (6)___ to the river and back in one day but this is extremely hazardous. The person attempting it risking dehydration and hypothermia, and the Park Service attempts to discourage the activity. It is possible to ___ a one-day mule trip to Plateau Point almost to the bottom of the Grand Canyon. This is still 1,200 feet (366 meters) above the Colorado River but provides some excellent views of the river.A river trip along the full length of the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon is possible in as little ___ a week in a motor powered raft. Shorter half-Canyon trips are also possible but these require you to either hike in and join the trip or leave the trip and hike out at Phantom Ranch.NOTE: River trips and mule trips fill up quickly and it is not uncommon for them to be booked up to six months or a full year in advance depending ___ the time of year. DO ___ wait until you get to the Canyon to book these trips.
  • 7. 
    The Grand CanyonThe Grand Canyon of the Colorado River is one of the seven natural wonders of the world and one of our planet's most astounding accomplishments. I have never seen a picture that has ever done it justice. I keep taking pictures of it and I manage to capture little pieces of beauty here and there but to really understand the Grand Canyon, to really appreciate it, you have to see it with your own eyes.The Canyon is 277 miles (443 km) long. The area of the park includes over a million acres of land. To hike to the bottom of the Grand Canyon, just to the bottom - not back to the top, requires at least one full day. Some people manage to do the trip to the river and back in one day but this is extremely hazardous. The person attempting it risking dehydration and hypothermia, and the Park Service attempts to discourage the activity. It is possible to (7)___ a one-day mule trip to Plateau Point almost to the bottom of the Grand Canyon. This is still 1,200 feet (366 meters) above the Colorado River but provides some excellent views of the river.A river trip along the full length of the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon is possible in as little ___ a week in a motor powered raft. Shorter half-Canyon trips are also possible but these require you to either hike in and join the trip or leave the trip and hike out at Phantom Ranch.NOTE: River trips and mule trips fill up quickly and it is not uncommon for them to be booked up to six months or a full year in advance depending ___ the time of year. DO ___ wait until you get to the Canyon to book these trips.
  • 8. 
    The Grand CanyonThe Grand Canyon of the Colorado River is one of the seven natural wonders of the world and one of our planet's most astounding accomplishments. I have never seen a picture that has ever done it justice. I keep taking pictures of it and I manage to capture little pieces of beauty here and there but to really understand the Grand Canyon, to really appreciate it, you have to see it with your own eyes.The Canyon is 277 miles (443 km) long. The area of the park includes over a million acres of land. To hike to the bottom of the Grand Canyon, just to the bottom - not back to the top, requires at least one full day. Some people manage to do the trip to the river and back in one day but this is extremely hazardous. The person attempting it risking dehydration and hypothermia, and the Park Service attempts to discourage the activity. It is possible to take a one-day mule trip to Plateau Point almost to the bottom of the Grand Canyon. This is still 1,200 feet (366 meters) above the Colorado River but provides some excellent views of the river.A river trip along the full length of the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon is possible in as little (8)___ a week in a motor powered raft. Shorter half-Canyon trips are also possible but these require you to either hike in and join the trip or leave the trip and hike out at Phantom Ranch.NOTE: River trips and mule trips fill up quickly and it is not uncommon for them to be booked up to six months or a full year in advance depending ___ the time of year. DO ___ wait until you get to the Canyon to book these trips.
  • 9. 
    The Grand CanyonThe Grand Canyon of the Colorado River is one of the seven natural wonders of the world and one of our planet's most astounding accomplishments. I have never seen a picture that has ever done it justice. I keep taking pictures of it and I manage to capture little pieces of beauty here and there but to really understand the Grand Canyon, to really appreciate it, you have to see it with your own eyes.The Canyon is 277 miles (443 km) long. The area of the park includes over a million acres of land. To hike to the bottom of the Grand Canyon, just to the bottom - not back to the top, requires at least one full day. Some people manage to do the trip to the river and back in one day but this is extremely hazardous. The person attempting it risking dehydration and hypothermia, and the Park Service attempts to discourage the activity. It is possible to take a one-day mule trip to Plateau Point almost to the bottom of the Grand Canyon. This is still 1,200 feet (366 meters) above the Colorado River but provides some excellent views of the river.A river trip along the full length of the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon is possible in as little as a week in a motor powered raft. Shorter half-Canyon trips are also possible but these require you to either hike in and join the trip or leave the trip and hike out at Phantom Ranch.NOTE: River trips and mule trips fill up quickly and it is not uncommon for them to be booked up to six months or a full year in advance depending (9)___ the time of year. DO ___ wait until you get to the Canyon to book these trips.
  • 10. 
    The Grand CanyonThe Grand Canyon of the Colorado River is one of the seven natural wonders of the world and one of our planet's most astounding accomplishments. I have never seen a picture that has ever done it justice. I keep taking pictures of it and I manage to capture little pieces of beauty here and there but to really understand the Grand Canyon, to really appreciate it, you have to see it with your own eyes.The Canyon is 277 miles (443 km) long. The area of the park includes over a million acres of land. To hike to the bottom of the Grand Canyon, just to the bottom - not back to the top, requires at least one full day. Some people manage to do the trip to the river and back in one day but this is extremely hazardous. The person attempting it risking dehydration and hypothermia, and the Park Service attempts to discourage the activity. It is possible to take a one-day mule trip to Plateau Point almost to the bottom of the Grand Canyon. This is still 1,200 feet (366 meters) above the Colorado River but provides some excellent views of the river.A river trip along the full length of the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon is possible in as little as a week in a motor powered raft. Shorter half-Canyon trips are also possible but these require you to either hike in and join the trip or leave the trip and hike out at Phantom Ranch.NOTE: River trips and mule trips fill up quickly and it is not uncommon for them to be booked up to six months or a full year in advance depending on the time of year. DO (10)___ wait until you get to the Canyon to book these trips.
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