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The 21st of May, Wednesday Class work One day trip
The Beatles - My Bonny My Bonny is over the ocean, My Bonny is over the sea, My Bonny is over the ocean, O bring back my Bonny to me! Bring back, bring back, O bring back my Bonny to me, to me; Bring back, bring back, O bring back my Bonny to me.
Game «Name the country» Make up from these letters 8 names of the English speaking countries 1) ewn ezdanal New Zealand 2) lerinad _____________ 3) daanac _____________ 4) nalcstod _____________ 5) Gelnand _____________ 6) atrusaali _____________ 7) sua ___________ 8) Lesaw ___________
Game «Do you know?» Read these sentences and write the name of the countries. 1) London is the capital of________ 2) The flag of ________ is blue and white 3) The symbol of ______ is a red rose. 5) New York is a very big city in _____ 6) The flag of _______ is blue and yellow. 7) The capital of__________ is Moscow. 8) Barak Obama is the president of ______. 9) Maple is the symbol of __________. 10) Union Jack is the flag of _________.
Castle of Grammar
Complete sentences using “+” and “–” forms of Past Simple Tense That boy (break) my window. I (not drive) to work every day last year. Laura (hit) that boy. James (not keep) the book about films. We (meet) them at the same place every week. You (put) that there. We (sit) at the same desks. An American (not win) Wimbledon last year. I (to do) morning exercises. He (not to work) at a factory.
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Put the presidents the USA in chronological order: Washington Roosevelt Lincoln Clinton Kennedy Washington, Lincoln, Roosevelt, Kennedy, Clinton
The largest city in Wales is: London b) Oxford c) Cardiff d) Edinburgh c) Cardiff
Washington is named after a) the first state in America b) the river c) the first president of America d) the writer c) the first president of America
The head of the English government is The King The Queen The Prime Minister The speaker of the house of Commons c) The Prime Minister
How many bronze lions are there at the foot of the Nelson column? Two Three No one four d) four
Where can you see the tombs of many British Kings and queens other famous people? In Westminster Abbey In St. Paul’s Cathedral Whitehall In the British Museum In Westminster Abbey
Put the British holidays in order (starting from December): Mother’s Day, Christmas, St. Valentine’s Day, May Day, Halloween, New Year’s Day Christmas, New Year’s Day, St. Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, May Day, Halloween
Which is the nearest neighbour to Great Britain Italy Iceland France Spain c) France
Christopher Columbus discovered America in 1492 1392 1482 1566 a) 1492
Put these countries in the alphabetical order: Russia, Canada, Germany, Great Britain, Australia Australia, Canada, Germany, Great Britain, Russia
Name the holiday which belongs only to American people: Christmas Halloween Independence Day Mother’s day c) Independence Day
Abram Lincoln. Who was he? A writer The 16th president of the USA A scientist A prime Minister b) The 16th president of the USA
The US President’s term is 2 years 4 years 6 years 3 years b) 4 years
Jeans are clothes worn by Cowboys in the wild west Actors in America Levi Strauss people People all over the world d) People all over the world
The official national symbol of the USA is The Statue of Liberty The eagle The turkey The “May Flower” b) The eagle
Choose the names of the English-speaking countries only: France, Great Britain, China, the USA, Canada, Brazil, New Zealand, Australia Great Britain, the USA, Canada, New Zealand, Australia
How many stripes are there on the American flag? 7 6 50 13 d) 13
What is Britain’s population? 15 million people 60 million people 86 million people 45 million people b) 60 million people
The Union Jack is The flag of the U. K. The flag of Scotland The flag of Wales The flag of England The flag of the U. K.
Where does the British Parliament sit? In Westminster Abbey In the Town Hall In the Tower of London In the Houses of Parliament d) In the Houses of Parliament
What is the traditional Food on Thanksgiving day? Pudding A turkey and pumpkin pie A large cake Meat, vegetables and cheese b) A turkey and pumpkin pie
What performances take place in Edinburgh in front the Palace every August and September? Military tattoos International song festival Folk dance festivals Music festivals Military tattoos
Choose the names of the sights which are in London: Buckingham Palace, Thomas Jefferson Memorial, Trafalgar Square, Cannon gate Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square
The American flag is often called: Union Jack The Stars and Stripes The Red Dragon The White Eagle b) The Stars and Stripes
What are the names of the oldest English university towns? Stratford and London Brighton and Bath Cardiff and Belfast Oxford and Cambridge d) Oxford and Cambridge
The American Constitutions was written in Washington Philadelphia New York San Francisco b) Philadelphia
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