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II. Warming-up 1.Where is the UK situated? On the British Isles 2.What is its total area? Over 244 000 square kilometers 3.What countries is the UK made of? England,Scotland,Wales and Northern Ireland 4. What is the capital of Northern Ireland? Belfast 5. What channel separates the British Isles from the European continent? The English Channel
1. What is the highest mountain in Scotland? Ben Nevis (1343m) 2. What is the longest river in Great Britain? The Severn 3. What is the deepest river in Great Britain? The Thames 4. What is the climate of the British Isles influenced by? The Atlantic Ocean and Gulf Streem 5. What is the UK’s population? Over 60 million
1. What is the oldest part of London? The City 2. What is the permanent London residence of the Queen? Buckingham Palace 3. What is the home of the British library? The British Museum 4. What is the seat of the British Parliament? The Houses of Parliament 5. What is a very important residential and industrial area of london? The East End
III. The Contest PART I What does Penny Black mean? It is a stamp.It came out in England and cost 1 penny.Its colour was black. Read the following sonnet by Shakespeare.What is its number?
Не солнце - блеск любимых мной очей, С кораллом не сравнима алость губ, Белее снег, чем цвет ее грудей, И волос, словно проволока груб. Я видел цвет дамасских роз, но все ж Нет этих роз у милой на щеках, И жар ее дыханья вряд ли схож С благоуханьем в царственных духах. Лепечет мило госпожа моя, Но музыка сильней волнует кровь, Походки у богинь не видел я, Ступает по земле моя любовь. Но я клянусь - она прекрасней тех, Кого цветистой лестью ввергли в грех . Sonnet 130
PART II What ceremony do tourists watch at Buckingham Palace? When does it happen? Changing the Guard at 11.30 a.m. What are the Houses of Parliament famous for? It is the seat of the British Governtment.It is also famous for Big Ben, the most famous clock in the world... What can you see from Tower Bridge? And what do you know about it? The Tower of London. It was a fortress, a royal palace and later a prison. It is a museum now. The ravens live in the Tower of London. The legend says that without them the tower will fall...
PART III What changes very often in Great Britain? The weather Who is the head of the UK? The Prime Minister How many sons does the eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II have? Two What is the historic, the governmental part of London? Westminster Who founded the Tower of London? William the Conqueror What is London’s popular colour? Red: the buses are red, the letter boxes are red, the mail vans are all bright, bright red.