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1-The Statue of Liberty (give)--------- to the United States by France.
Is given

2-It (be) -----------a present on the 100th anniversary of the United States.
Is

3-The Statue of Liberty (design) ------------by Frederic Auguste Bartholdi.
Was designed

4-It (complete) ----------------in France in July 1884.
It was completed

5-In 350 pieces, the statue then (ship) ----------------to New York, where it (arrive) --------------on 17 June 1885.
Was shipped $ was arrived
6-The pieces (put) ------------together and the opening ceremony (take)-----------------place on 28 October 1886.
Were put $ was taken
7-The Statue of Liberty (be) ------------46 m high (93 m including the base).
Were
8-The statue (represent) -------------------the goddess of liberty.
Is repreaented
9-She (hold) -------------------a torch in her right hand and a tablet in her left hand.
Is holded
10-On the tablet you (see / can)-------------
--- the date of the Declaration of
Independence (July 4, 1776).
Can be seen

11-Every year, the Statue of Liberty (visit) ------------by many people from all over the world
Is visited
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1-The Statue of Liberty (give)--------- to the United States by France.
Is given was given

2-It (be) -----------a present on the 100th anniversary of the United States.
Is was

3-The Statue of Liberty (design) ------------by Frederic Auguste Bartholdi.
Was designed

4-It (complete) ----------------in France in July 1884.
It was completed

5-In 350 pieces, the statue then (ship) ----------------to New York, where it (arrive) --------------on 17 June 1885.
Was shipped $ was arrived arrived
6-The pieces (put) ------------together and the opening ceremony (take)-----------------place on 28 October 1886.
Were put $ was taken took place
7-The Statue of Liberty (be) ------------46 m high (93 m including the base).
Were is
8-The statue (represent) -------------------the goddess of liberty.
Is repreaented represents
9-She (hold) -------------------a torch in her right hand and a tablet in her left hand.
Is holded is holding
10-On the tablet you (see / can)-------------
--- the date of the Declaration of
Independence (July 4, 1776).
Can be seen you can see

11-Every year, the Statue of Liberty (visit) ------------by many people from all over the world
Is visited
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anonymous Are they correct?
1-The Statue of Liberty (give)--------- to the United States by France.
Is given
2-It (be) -----------a present on the 100th anniversary of the United States.
Is
3-The Statue of Liberty (design) ------------by Frederic Auguste Bartholdi.
Was designed
4-It (complete) ----------------in France in July 1884.
It was completed
5-In 350 pieces, the statue then (ship) ----------------to New York, where it (arrive) --------------on 17 June 1885.
Was shipped $ was arrived
6-The pieces (put) -----------together and the opening ceremony (take)----------------place on 28 October 1886.
Were put $ was taken
7-The Statue of Liberty (be) ------------46 m high (93 m including the base).
Were
8-The statue (represent) -------------------the goddess of liberty.
Is repreaented
9-She (hold) -------------------a torch in her right hand and a tablet in her left hand.
Is holded
10-On the tablet you (see / can)-------------
--- the date of the Declaration of
Independence (July 4, 1776).
Can be seen
11-Every year, the Statue of Liberty (visit) ------------by many people from all over the world
Is visited
anonymous Are they correct?
1-The Statue of Liberty (give)--------- to the United States by France.
Is given
2-It (be) -----------a present on the 100th anniversary of the United States.
Is
3-The Statue of Liberty (design) ------------by Frederic Auguste Bartholdi.
Was designed
4-It (complete) ----------------in France in July 1884.
It was completed
5-In 350 pieces, the statue then (ship) ----------------to New York, where it (arrive) --------------on 17 June 1885.
Was shipped $ was arrived
6-The pieces (put) -----------together and the opening ceremony (take)----------------place on 28 October 1886.
Were put $ was taken
7-The Statue of Liberty (be) ------------46 m high (93 m including the base).
Were
8-The statue (represent) -------------------the goddess of liberty.
Is repreaented
9-She (hold) -------------------a torch in her right hand and a tablet in her left hand.
Is holded
10-On the tablet you (see / can)-------------
--- the date of the Declaration of
Independence (July 4, 1776).
Can be seen
11-Every year, the Statue of Liberty (visit) ------------by many people from all over the world
Is visited

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1-The Statue of Liberty (give)--------- to the United States by France.
Was Is given
2-It (be) -----------a present on the 100th anniversary of the United States.
WAS IS
3-The Statue of Liberty (design) ------------by Frederic Auguste Bartholdi.
Was designed Good
4-It (complete) ----------------in France in July 1884.
It was completed Good
5-In 350 pieces, the statue then (ship) ----------------to New York, where it (arrive) --------------on 17 June 1885.
Was shipped $ was arrived
6-The pieces (put) -----------together and the opening ceremony (take)----------------place on 28 October 1886.
Were put $ was(had) taken
7-The Statue of Liberty (be) ------------46 m high (93 m including the base).
Were Was
8-The statue (represent) -------------------the goddess of liberty.
Is repreaented
9-She (hold) -------------------a torch in her right hand and a tablet in her left hand.
Is holded Held
10-On the tablet you (see / can) Can see the date of the Declaration of
Independence (July 4, 1776).
Can be seen
11-Every year, the Statue of Liberty (visit) ------------by many people from all over the world
Is visited Good

The Statue of Liberty, arguably one of New York City’s most iconic symbols, is a popular tourist attraction for first-time visitors to the city. This 150-foot monument was gifted to the United States from France in order to celebrate 100 years of America’s independence. The statue is located on Liberty Island, and it is accessible by taking a ferry from either Battery Park in New York City or Liberty State Park in Jersey City.

When Claire visited the Statue of Liberty for the first time, she instantly admired it as a symbol of freedom. Claire made sure to make reservations before her visit because only 240 people are permitted to climb the staircase to the top of the statue every day. After climbing almost 400 stairs, Claire received spectacular views of the city from the statue’s crown.

During her visit, Claire learned that the Statue of Liberty was not always the color that it is now. She found out that because the statue’s exterior is made of copper, the statue oxidized over time, giving it the greenish appearance it has in present day.