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Unit 1. Section 2. Talking about the famous people.
Phonetic exercise. Read the following sounds. [e], [e], [e] [Əv], [Ə], [Əv], [Ə] [i:], [i], [i:], [i] [h], [h], [h], [h] [ǽ], [ǽ], [ǽ], [ǽ]
Look at the pictures. Guess who are they and say what these people are famous for. Agatha Christie Charlie Chaplin William Shakespeare John Lennon
Arthur Conan Doyle Joseph Turner Mark Twain Daniel Defoe
Close your books. Fill in the gaps. … - a policeman … - a manager sport - … to run - … … - a banker music - … … - writer … - architect art - …
Read information about the famous people. Sir Winston Churchill [‘winstƏn ‘tʃƏ:tʃil] – an English politician. He was the Prime Minister during the World War II. Margaret Thatcher [ma:gƏrƏt ‘ƟǽtʃƏ] – a well-known British politician. She was the first woman Prime Minister.
Savva Morozov – a famous Russian businessman, helped poor people. Anna Pavlova – was a well-known Russian ballet-dancer. Garry Kasparov – was a famous chess player.
[‘ainstain] – a great American scientist. Pablo Picasso [‘pæblƏu pi’kæseu] – a famous Spanish artist.
Complete the crossword. … is the first woman Prime Minister. … is an English singer, guitar player, who was a member of the Beatles. … is an English writer of popular books and plays. She is famous for her detective stories. Sir Arthur Conan … is a British doctor who wrote stories about the famous detective Sherlock Holmes. … Pavlova is a famous ballet-dancer. … is a famous British Prime Minister. D. … is an English writer. His most famous novel is “Robinson Crusoe”.