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23 facts about the Shard | Art and design A worker looks up at the Shard. Photograph: Lefteris Pitarakis/AP • The Shard is 309.6 metres (1,016ft) high. • The building reached its top height on 19 June. • It has 11,000 glass panels. • The area of the glass façade is 56,000 sq metres (602,779 sq ft), which equals eight football pitches. • There are 44 lifts, including double-decker lifts. • There are 306 flights of stairs. • The total floor space is 11 hectares (27 acres). • 95% of the construction materials are recycled. • 20% of the steelwork is from recycled sources. • The design was influenced by the irregular nature of the site. • Each facet forms a shard, a plane of glass gently inclined inwards, rising towards the top. • The corners of the development are open and the shards do not touch, allowing the building to "breathe". • There are 72 habitable floors. • A further 15 levels will make up the "spire". • The ground-floor Shard Plaza will be a public area with seating and plants. • The Shard is the tallest building in Europe.

Soane Museum, London - Sir John Soane, R.A., Architect Los Angeles County Museum of Art English Grammar Tests for ESL Students - English Grammar Practice Quizzes Welcome to our English grammar training section, a good place to practice and improve your knowledge of English grammar. The quizzes come in three levels: beginner, intermediate, and advanced. The topics covered include verb tenses, phrasal verbs, articles, prepositions, noun clauses, and much more. (B) = Beginner; (I) = Intermediate; (A) = Advanced VERB TENSES (Tests/Quizzes): Commands (Imperative) 1 (B/I)Commands (Imperative) 2 (B/I)Commands (Imperative) 3 (B/I)The Present Continuous 1 (B)Simple Past/Past Continuous? EXERCISES TO IMPROVE YOUR ENGLISH WRITING SKILLS (ADVANCED) Whether you're a native speaker of English or an advanced ESL student, these practice tests will help you to recognize and eliminate common grammar errors. COUNTABLE (COUNT) or UNCOUNTABLE (NONCOUNT) NOUNS: USED TO, BE USED TO, WOULD 1 (B/I)WOULD YOU LIKE or DO YOU LIKE?

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