The map shows the centre of Paris. A company wants to open a new restaurant in the area.

The map shows two possible location for the restaurant.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.

The floor plan demonstrate the centre of Paris, where a company wants to open a new restaurant.

There is two possible location for the restaurant.

Location 1 is on the Right Bank, near to the Maritime Museum. This location is next to the Bir Hakeim Bridge, opposite the Sport centre, which is east of the Left Bank.

This place would be good for the 8000 visitors of the Maritime Museum, and 500 visitors of Sport centre.

Location 2 is near the Eiffel Tower, on the park. This location is opposite the Aquarium; moreover, it is next to the Art Gallery, and south of the River Seine.

This place would be good for 16000 visitors of Eiffel Tower. The other benefits of opening the restaurant here is that the visitors of Art Gallery and Aquarium could use it for their meals. Also, the visitors could enjoy the view of Eiffel Tower, while they eat.


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The floor plan (wrong phrase. A floor plan is for the interior of a building.) demonstrate (wrong word, wrong form) the centre of Paris, where a company wants to open a new restaurant.

There is (wrong form) two possible location (wrong form) for the restaurant.

Location 1 is on the Right Bank, near to the Maritime Museum. This location is next to the Bir Hakeim Bridge, opposite the Sport centre, which is east of (wrong phrase) the Left Bank.

This place would be good for the 8000 visitors of the Maritime Museum, and 500 visitors of Sport centre.

Location 2 is near the Eiffel Tower, on the park. This location is opposite the Aquarium; moreover, it is next to the Art Gallery, and south of the River Seine.

This place would be good for 16000 visitors of Eiffel Tower. The other benefits of opening the restaurant here is that the visitors of Art Gallery and Aquarium could use it for their meals. Also, the visitors could enjoy the view of Eiffel Tower, while they eat.


You need to learn more about paragraphs. There should be three paragraphs for this essay.Paragraph 1: describe the topic.
Paragraph 2: describe location 1 and its benefits.
Paragraph 3: describe location 2 and its benefits.

The map shows an area in center of Paris where a company wants to open a new restaurant therefore must select one location that have much better situation.

Location 1 is on the left of a park near the maritime museum that have 8000 visitors each day and the Right Bank and it is near the Aquarium with 2000 visitors per day too. Therefore Restaurant have an average customers each day.

Location 2 is on the north of Left Bank Park and near to the Eiffel Tower that have 16000 visitors each day and left side of an Art Gallery that have 750 visitors each day. This location is also near to Metro station. This location have more visitors than location 1.

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The map shows the centre of Paris, where a company wants to open a new restaurant.There are two possible locations for the restaurant.

Location 1 is on the Right Bank, near the Maritime Museum. This location is next to the Bir Hakeim Bridge, opposite the Sport centre, which is located east of the Left Bank.

This place would be good for the 8000 visitors of the Maritime Museum, and 500 visitors of Sport centre.

Location 2 is near the Eiffel Tower, on the park. This location is opposite the Aquarium; moreover, it is next to the Art Gallery, and south of the River Seine.

This place would be good for 16000 visitors of Eiffel Tower. The other benefits of opening the restaurant here is that the visitors of Art Gallery and Aquarium could use it for their meals. Also, the visitors could enjoy the view of Eiffel Tower, while they eat.

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