The cover story of Spotlight 10/2014 takes us to New York City. In this exercise, based on words from the article, you can learn and practise a number of expressions that people typically use when they talk about structures, pathways and activity in the city.
The verb "put" is very useful on its own, meaning "to place", "to set", or "to move to a particular position". It's also commonly used in a number of phrasal verbs and idioms. Learn and practise some of the most important of these in our exercise.