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Africa – one of the seven continents of the Earth.
Amazon – a river in South America, the second longest river in the world.
Antarctica – one of the seven continents. The South pole is founded in Antarctica.
Arctic Ocean – the smallest ocean in the world, at the North Pole. It is covered with ice all year round.
Atlantic Ocean – the second largest ocean in the world, which separates North and South America from Europe and Asia.
Baikal –the deepest lake in the world (1.620 metres deep).
Bangkok – the capital of Thailand.
Boeing – an American company which makes aircraft.
Canada – a country in North America. The capital is Ottawa English and French are the official languages.
Caspian Sea – the largest lake in the world(371.000 sq kilometres). It is situated in Russia.
China – a country in Asia. The capital is Beijing.
Chicago – a large city in the USA.
Disneyland – a very large amusement park in the USA.
Elbrus – the highest mountain in Europe.
England – the largest country in Britain. The capital is London.
Etna – a volcano in Italy.
Europe – one of the seven continents of the Earth.
Everest – the highest mountain in the world (8.848 metres)
Hollywood – a place in Los Angeles which is known as the centre of the American film industry.
India – a large country in South Asia. The capital is New Delhi. The official languages are English and Hindi.
Indian Ocean – the third largest ocean in the world.
London – the capital of the United Kingdom, one of the biggest and the most interesting cities in the world.
Los Angeles –the second largest city in the USA. It’s on the Pacific Ocean.
Lucky Country – Australia has been called the “Lucky Country”. Millions of people who have gone through war and poverty in their countries now enjoy peace and prosperity in Australia.
Manchester – a city in England.
McDonalds – a network of restaurants all over the world which have the same menu with hamburgers.
New York – the largest city and port in the USA.
New Zealand – a country I the Pacific Ocean. It’s known mainly for its farming(meat, cheese and butter ). The official languages are English and Maori.
Nile – a river in Africa, the longest in the world(6.695 kilometres long).
Niagara Falls – very large water-falls on the border between Canada and the USA.
North America – one of the seven continents of the Earth.
Notre Dame – (or Notre Dame de Paris) is a beautiful cathedral in Paris.
Ontario – a lake between the USA and Canada.
Ottawa – the capital of Canada. One third of its people are French-speaking.
Pacific Ocean – the world’s largest ocean. It covers one third of the Earth’s surface.
Pakistan – a country in Asia. The capital is Islamabad. English is a second state language.
Paris – the capital of France.
Peak District – a national park in Great Britain.
Peru – a country in South America. The capital is Lima.
Plymouth – a city in England.
Prague – the capital of the Czech Republic.
Sahara – the world’s largest desert. It is in Africa.
Sheffield – an industrial city in England.
St Paul’s Cathedral – a fine cathedral in central London. It was built (1675-1710) by Sir Christopher Wren.
Sydney – the largest city in Australia.
Tokyo – the capital of Japan. It’s also the largest and the busiest city in the world.
UK – a country in Europe. The official name of the country is the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Usually it’s shortened to the United Kingdom or UK. The capital of the country is London.
United States of America – a country in North America. It consists of 50 states and the District of Columbia, where the capital(Washington) is. English is the first state language.
Volga –river in Russia, the longest river in Europe.
Wales – a country in Britain. It’s capital is Cardiff.
Washington – the capital of the USA.
Wellington – the capital of New Zealand. It’s the country’s second largest city and a main port.
Wye – a river in Wales and England.
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Armstrong, Neil (b. 1930) — an
American astronaut. He was the first man to
walk on the moon in 1969.
Borovik, Artyom — international journalist. He
founded the Sovershenno Sekretno publishing
house, which produced a popular newspaper
and TV Programme. He was the first Russian
to win a top American Overseas Press Award.
Bronte, Charlote (1816-55) — an
English writer. Her most popular novel was
Carrol, Lewis (1832-98) — an English
writer who wrote two well-known children's
stories "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" and
"Through the Looking Glass"
Chaplin, Charlie (1889-1974) — a famous English
film actor and producer. He usually played a
tramp in silent black and white comedy films.
Chase, James H. (1906-85)—
a famous English detective writer. He wrote 78
novels which were translated into 33 languages.
Christie, Agatha (1890-1976) —
an English writer of popular books and plays,
especially detective novels.
Conan Doyle, Sir Arthur (1859- 1930) — a British doctor and writer who wrote
stories about the famous detective Sherlock
Gorbachev, Michail (b. 1931) — a political leader of the USSR who started the processes of economic and political change and freedom of expression (Glasnost).
Dickens, Charles (1812-70) — a famous English writer. His most popular novels are "Oliver Twist" "David Copperfield" etc.
Disney, Walt (1901-66) — an
American film producer. His most famous cartoons characters are "Donald Duck", "Mickey Mouse" and "Bambi". He also produced adventure films.
Hemingway, Ernest (1898-1935) — one of the greatest 20th century American writers. He wrote many novels and short stories.
Gagarin, Yuri (1934-68) — a Russian cosmonaut. On 12th April 1961 he became the first man in space when he travelled round the Earth in Vostok I.
King, Stephen ['kirj 'stirvn] (b. 1947) — a popular American writer of frightening stories such as "Carrie" and "The Shinning".
Gates, Bill — one of the richest people in the world. He founded the company Microsoft.
Kipling, Rudyard (1865-1936) — an English writer born in India. He is best known for his "Jungle Book", the poem "If" and stories for children. He received the Nobel Prize for literature in 1907.
Korolev, Sergei (1906-66) — an outstanding Russian scientist and designer. He created the famous spaceships "Vostok" and "Voshod" on which the first space travel and the first space walk were carried out.
Lawrence, T. E. ['brans] (1889-1961) — a British» soldier and writer. He wrote "Seven Pillars of j Wisdom" about his desert adventures.
Leacock, Stephen (1869-1944) — a Canadian writer. He is known and loved internationally as a humorist. The most famous of his books are: Book of Sketches, NonsenseNovels.
Newton, Isaac (1642-1727) — а
great English scientist.
Lincoln, Abraham— an American president (1861-1865).
London, Jack (1876-1916) — an American writer. His most famous books are "Martin Eden", "The Call of the Wild" and "White Fang".
Polunin, Slava — a Russian world famous actor
Pugacheva, Alia — a famous Russian popular
Rodnina, Irina (b. 1949) — a world famous Russian sportswoman (a figure skater). She won Olympic medals in 1972, 1976 and 1980.
Tereshkova, Valentina (b. 1937) — a Russian
woman-cosmonaut. In 1963 she became the
first woman in space when she travelled round
the Earth in "Vostok-6".
Shaw, Irwin (1913-84) — an American writer. His most popular book is "The Rich, the Poor".
Tsiolkovsky, Konstantin (1857-1935) — a famous
Shaw, George Bernard (1856-1950) — a famous Irish writer famous for his plays. His best known play is "Pygmalion".
Twain, Mark (1835-1910) — an American writer. His most famous books are "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" and "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn".
Stevenson, Robert Louis (1850-94) — a Scottish writer whose book "Treasure Island" is among the best-known adventure stories in the world.
Ulanova, Galina (1909-98) — a famous Russian ballet dancer.
Vinci, Leonardo da (1452-1519) — a famous Italian painter, inventor, engineer, architect and sculptor.
Verne, Jules (1828-1905) — a French writer who wrote science fiction. His most famous books are "Journey to the Centre of the Earth", "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea", "Around the World in Eighty Days".
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