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Some well-known monuments in Chicago, New York, Washington and Philadelphia to practise question forms

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    • Question Forms United States Monuments
      • What is it?
        • It’s the Statue of Liberty.
      • Where is it?
        • It’s in New York City.
      • How old is it?
        • It was made in 1886.
      • Where did it come from?
        • It was a gift from France.
      • How many people visit it each year?
        • Over 5 million people visit it each year.
      • What is it?
        • It’s the Liberty Bell.
      • Where is it?
        • It’s in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
      • When was it made?
        • It was made in 1853.
      • Why did it crack?
        • No one knows why it cracked!
      • What is it?
        • It’s the Lincoln Memorial.
      • Where is it?
        • It’s in Washington, D.C.
      • When was it made?
        • It was made in 1922.
      • Who was Lincoln?
        • Abraham Lincoln was the 16 th president of the USA
      • How much is the entrance fee?
        • Entrance is free.
      • - Why was the Air Jordan statue constructed?
      • It is a dedication to the greatest basketball player of all time, Michael Jordan.
      • - When was Air Jordan first shown?
      • Air Jordan was first shown to the public on November 1, 1994
      • - What is it made of? It is made of bronze.
      - What is it? It’s a statue - Where is it? It is in Chicago, Illinois - What is its name? Air Jordan
    • - What is it? It’s a pier - How is it called? It is Navy Pier - Where is it? It is also in Chicago - When was it built? It was built in 1916
      • What is it today?
      • Today it has many shops, restaurants, a museum, a ballroom and a huge wheel
    • - What is it? It’s a fountain - What is its name? It is Buckingham Fountain - Where is it? It is in a park in Chicago
      • - Why was it constructed?
      • It was donated to Chicago by Kate Buckingham in memory of her brother, Clarence.
      • - How high does the fountain shoot water?
      • Buckingham Fountain shoots water up to 130 feet into the air.
      • - When does it work? Only from mid-April until mid-October
    • Project #2: A famous monument
      • Choose an international monument you like very much for some reason
      • Find basic information about it (location, description, origin, a good picture, etc.)
      • On a piece of paper paste the picture and write 5 or 6 questions about it with the answers
      • This is an individual project
      • The deadline is Tuesday 18th November