Доклад на тему "СИСТЕМА ПОДГОТОВКИ К ЕНТ ПО АНГЛИЙСКОМУ ЯЗЫКУ"
A red dragon is a symbol of … (Wales).
An ancient London landmark was bought by An American, shipped stone to the USA and rebuilt in Arisona … (London Bridge).
Thanksgiving day comes … (on the 4th Thursday of November).
Columbus discovered America in … (1492).
The oldest university in Great Britain is … (Oxford).
The capital of Wales is … (Cardiff).
The state power in Britain is in hands of … (Parliament).
The head of the state and the government of the USA is … (President).
The novel “Sister Carrie” was written by … (Theodore Dreiser).
Formally the head of Canada is … (Queen of Great Britain).
The capital of Canada is … (Ottawa).
London became extremely prosperous during … (the 16th century).
The tallest sight in Washington, D.С. is (US Capitol).
The British Parliament consists of … (2 Houses: the house of Commons/Lords).
Jonathan Swift wrote … (“Gulliver’s Travels”).
The “Speaker’s Corner” in London is situated in … (Hyde Park).
The anthem of the USA is … (The Star-Spangled Banner).
The oldest royal residence is … (The Tower of London).
The national emblem of Scotland is … (the thistle).
“Nelson’s Column” is a name of a … (monument).
“Brown Wolf” was written by … (Jack London).
The founder of the English fleet was king… (Alfred).
Прозвище “The Smoke”имеет английский город Лондон.
The building of Westminster Abbey was started by … (King Henry III).
Настоящее имя писателя Марка Твена … (С. Клеменс).
Benjamin Britten was a famous English … (composer).
Whitehall is … (the street in London).
The Queen’s Residence in London is in … (Buckingham Palace).
The oldest part of London is called … (the City).
W. Shakespeare was born in … (Stradford-on-Avon).
The famous pop-group “The Beatles” came from … ( Liverpool).
In the House of Commons the members sit … (on 2 sides of the hall).
The capital of Australia is … (Canberra).
W. Shakespeare organized the theatre called … (Globe).
The national emblem of England is … (rose).
A “jack”is an old name for … (a sailor).
His monument stands in the centre of Trafalgar Square in London … (Admiral Nelson).
Sherwood Forest is famous for legendary … (Robin Hood).
The first colonists in America started the tradition of … (Thanksgiving Day).
The capital of Georgia is … (Atlanta).
The capital of Massachusetts is … (Boston).
The national emblem of Canada is …(the maple leaf).
Hollywood is in … (Los Angeles).
The Whispering Gallery is remarkable for its … (acoustics).
The oldest and the best known public school for boys in Great Britain is … (Eton).
The national sport in America is … (baseball).
Christopher Columbus landed in America in … (1492).
A famous American artist is … (Normal Rockwell).
The largest city in Australia is … (Sydney).
The capital of New Zealand is … (Wellington).
The cradle of English Christianity is …(Canterbury Cathedral).
The USA is a …, a union of 50 states. (federal republic)
“Pygmalion” was written by … (Bernard Shaw).
The first Englishman to come to Australia was … (Captain James Cook).
St. Paul’s Cathedral was built by … (Christopher Wren).
The Northern part of Scotland is called … (the Highlands).
A monument to … is in front of Buckingham Palace in London. (Queen Victoria)
The first name of New York was … (New Amsterdam).
The political system of the USA consists of … 3 … branches.
The House of Representatives in America has about 435 members elected by vote every … 2 …years.
Many of the Great Britain famous men are buried in … (the Westminster Abbey).
The first man on the Moon was … (Neil Armstrong).
Harlem is situated in … (New York).
The Tower of London was started by … (William the Conqueror).
Sometimes Australia is called “The upside down world”.
They call it “The land of songs” in Great Britain. (Wales)
The highest mountain on the British Isles is … (Ben Nevis).
The traditional clothes for men in Scotland is a … (kilt).
The longest river in Britain is … (the Severn).
The nickname of London’s underground is … (the Tube).
William the Conqueror invaded the British Isles in … (1066).
Robert Burns is a famous … (Scottish poet).
The largest river in Alaska is … (the Yukon).
Buckingham Palace has … 600 … rooms.
The nickname of New York is … ( the Big Apple).
The national emblem of New Zealand is … (Kiwi bird)
The head of the American state and government is the President, elected for … 4… years.
The Southern part of Scotland is called … (the Lowlands).
Windsor Castle is … (an official residence).
Funds for the Statue of Liberty were raised by the … French … people.
Actions speak louder than words.
All is well that ends well.
As you make your bed, so you must lie on it.
Out of sight, out of mind.
A bird in the hand is worth than two in the bush.
Fortune favours the brave.
Don’t look a gift horse in a mouth.
Rome was not built in a day.
Where there is a will there is a way.
Half a loaf is better than no bread.
No pains, no gains.
Better late than never.
He laughs best who laughs last.
Actions speak louder than words.
Make hay while the sun shines.
Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today.
All that glitters is not gold.
Live and learn.
Honesty is the best policy.
Business before pleasure.
Never say die.
Everything is good in its season.
Two heads are better than one.
Still waters run deep.
First think, then speak.
What is done can’t be undone.
An apple a day keeps a doctor away.
Hunger is the best sauce.
Appetite comes with eating.
A good beginning makes a good ending.
Bad news travels fast.
No news is good news.
East or West, home is best.
There is no smoke without fire.
Every dog has its day.
Custom is a second nature.
A man can die but once.
A cat in gloves catches no mice.
Art is long, life is short.
It’s no use crying over spilt milk.
Books and friends should be few but good.
Out of sight, out of mind.
Health is better than wealth.
Well begun is half done.
Don’t trouble trouble until trouble troubles you.
Look before you leap.
Once bitten, twice shy.
To make a mountain out of a molehill.
The longest day must have an end.
A change of work is as good as a rest.
The devil is not so black as he is painted.
Better to ask the way than to go astray.
Talk of the devil and he will appear.
Neck or nothing.
Practice makes perfect.
Strike while the iron is hot.
Early to bed, early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise.
War is the sports of kings.
An Englishman’s home is his castle.
It is the last straw that breaks the camel’s back.
It never rains but pours.
One good turn deserves another.
A new broom sweeps clean.
Too many cooks spoil the broth.
As cool as a cucumber – совершенно спокойный; big cheese – важная персона, pie in the sky – несбыточная мечта, icing on the cake – изюминка, самое приятное; in a nutshell – короче говоря;bread and butter – средства к существованию и т.д.
Jack was looking at the snake as cool as a cucumber — Джек смотрел на змею совершенно спокойно.
Bad blood – вражда, save one`s breath – не тратить лишних слов, dead from the neck up – глупый как пробка, get the cold shoulder – получить холодный прием, contemplate one’s navel – обсуждать собственные проблемы, have butterflies in one`s stomach – чувствовать нервную дрожь и т.д.
Every time Lucy saw Harry she had butterflies in her stomach — Каждый раз, когда Люси видела Гарри, она чувствовала нервную дрожь.
Red tape – бюрократия, black and blue – в синяках, blue blood – аристократическое происхождение, chase rainbows – гнаться за невозможным, gray matter – мозги, green-eyed monster– ревность, red herring – отвлекающий аргумент в споре и т.д.
Red tape hinders social progress — Бюрократия мешает общественным успехам.
Blind date – свидание с незнакомым человеком, find Mr. Right – найти свою половинку, go dutch – каждый платит за себя, have a thing for – питать слабость к кому-то, settle down – остепениться и т.д.
Each and every girl dreams of finding Mr. Right — Все без исключения девушки мечтают найти свою половинку.
Alive and kicking – в добром здравии, as pale as a ghost – бледный как полотно, bitter pill to swallow– тягостная необходимость, couch doctor – психоаналитик, go under the knife – лечь на операцию,head shrinker – психиатр, just what the doctor ordered – как раз то, что нужно и т.д.
A plateful of hot broth was just what the doctor ordered after a walk in the cold countryside — Полная тарелка горячего бульона была как раз тем, что нужно, после прогулки по холодной деревне.
Bolt from the blue – полная неожиданность, come rain or shine – в любых условиях, a fine day for young ducks – дождливый день, in a fog – в замешательстве, stem the tide – идти против течения и т.д.
The news about his younger sister getting married to his friend was a bolt from the blue — Известие о том, что его младшая сестра выходит замуж за его друга, стало полной неожиданностью.
Класс – 11Б
предмет - английский язык
Тема - Future forms- Будущие времена
Дата – 26.10.14
учитель – Тильманбетова Р.К.
- Просмотры: 281
- Просмотры: 243
- Просмотры: 347
- Просмотры: 196
- Просмотры: 1374
- Просмотры: 182
- Просмотры: 392