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EAST OR WEST – HOME IS BEST
Welcome to Russia! Welcome to Russia! Welcome to Russia! Welcome to Russia! Welcome to Russia! Welcome to Russia!
Make up English words, using these cards: ge cap for gua ton of gue eign fi lan cial ital
To practice speaking Russian Why travel to Russia? To visit new places To meet people To go boating on a river To walk To see the beautiful Russian countryside To take part in a celebration (special occasion) To learn about the history of Russia To buy souvenirs
Read words and divide them into 3 groups: nouns, verbs, adjectives. Language, Russian, like, dish, clothes, live, national, guests, meet, polite, souvenir, hospitable, country, understand, holiday, celebrate, favourite, kind, salt, bread, region.
The Russian Flag
State National Coat of arms.
Red Square in Moscow
The Bolshoi Theatre
The Tretyakov Art Gallery
Alexander Vampilov was born on the 19 August 1937 in Cheremkhovo, where his mother was brought to the maternity hospital. Sasha spent his childhood and school years in a small settlement Kutulik, not far from Cheremkhovo.
The Vampilov’s family lived there in a small house. Sasha’s grand grandfather African Fedorovich was fond of theatre and music. His father Valentin Nikitich and his mother Anastasiya Prokopievna were school teachers. The family was very poor and they lived from hand to mouth. His mother remembered: “Sasha was the youngest in the family. He was kind and curious. He was keen on reading from his early childhood”.
He was a brilliant scholar and was the best football player.After finishing school in 1954 Vampilov went to Irkutsk and continued his education at the philological faculty of the State University. His literary career began in 1958, when his first story was published. His pen-name was “Sanin”. He realized that literary work was his calling.
In 1958 he began working in the newspaper “Sovetskaya molodezh”. He studied a lot in Moscow, Leningrad. His works received world wide recognition and were read widely in France, Germany, England, Poland, the USA. Since 1972 the metropolitan theatres (in Moscow, Leningrad) began to stage his plays.
Vampilov’s life was successful. He loved his daughter Lena and wife Olga, who shared her husband’s ideas and became his companion in his public activities. But Vampilov’s life stopped on the 17th August 1972. He was drowned in Lake Baikal aged 35. The life of well-known dramatist Vampilov was connected with Kutulik. The museum was opened at Vampilov’s 50th anniversary in 1987.
The idea of founding such a museum had been thought of many times (since 1972). The museum is not large but its unique collections are important not only for Siberia but also literary Russia. It is the only museum in our country. Its collections are housed in a small building in the outskirts of Kutulik. It is Vampilov’s former house.