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The Streets of London
Today is the 30th of November Topic: Traditions and customs in the UK. One day in the life of London.
BEFORE WATCHING 1. boutiques 2. people 3. neighbourhood 4. restaurants 5. sights 6. streets 7. tourists 8. weather a) asleep b) busy c) empty d) famous e) keen f) lively g) trendy h) wet g e f b d c a h
While WATCHING The team "English Ladies" CARD №1 Imagine you are interviewing a Londoner about their city. Watch the film and find the answers to your questions. 1. Is there anything to do early in the morning? 2. What places are tourists keen onvisit? 3. When do the shops open in OxfordStreet? 4. Where and when can I see the Changing the Guard? 5. Can you recommend something typical toeat? 6. What's the weather like? 7. Are there any nice parks in London? 8. What time do the West End theatres open?
While WATCHING The team "British gentlemen" CARD №1 Imagine you are interviewing a Londoner about their city. Watch the film and find the answers to your questions. 1. How many people travel into London every day? 2. How often does Big Ben chime? 3. What can you find in Covent Garden? 4. What time do Londoners have lunch? 5. What land marks can I see if I take a boat along the river? 6. Does Tower Bridge ever open? 7. When does the evening rush hour begin? 8. What can I do after the pubs close?
After WATCHING The team "English Ladies" CARD №2 What do you know about London? Choose the answer. 1. What is the population of Greater London (central London and suburbs)? A12 million B 7 million 2. How many visitors come to London from overseas every year? A8.7 million B 13.2 million 3. What is another name for London's underground system? Athe Tube B the Metro 4. What is the most visited tourist attraction in London? AThe London Eye B The British Museum 5. How old is Buckingham Palace? AAbout 100 years B About 300 years 6. How many theatres are there in London's West End? AAbout 25 B About 50
After WATCHING The team "British gentlemen" 4 6 7 1 8 3 5 2 Card № 2 In what order do you think these events happen on an average day in London? A. Shops in Oxford Street and Covent Garden open B. The afternoon rush hour begins. C. Plays and musicals start in the West End theatres. D. London's ancient markets open. E. Clubs (like the famous Hippodrome) opens. F. Tourists starts to go sightseeing and visit museums. G. "The Changing of the Guard" happens at Buckingham Palace. H. More than 3 million office workers arrive in London.
The team "British gentlemen" Card №3 Good and bad manners make up the social rules of a country. They are not always easy to learn because they are often not written down the books. Imagine that situation: It's your first morning in London. You are staying at the bus station and... don't want to be late at college. When the bus arrives, you get on it without waiting your turn in queue. What will be the reaction of people to it? 1. They don't say anything. 2. They don't let you get on the bus. 3. The other people in queue will probably complain loudly! Explain your answer. What else can you say about "Unwritten Rules " of Great Britain? Case study
When in Rome, do as the Romans do.
The team "English Ladies" Card №3 Why has Britain's climate got such a bad reputation? Maybe it is for the same reason that British people always seem to be talking about the weather. There is a say that Britain doesn't have a climate, it only has the weather. You can never be sure of a fry day, though it may not rain very much altogether. So, British people always take an umbrella with you if they go out. But... what can happen if someone opens it in the house? 1. He will have a good day. 2. It will bring misfortune to the person that opened it or to the household. 3. Nothing will happen. Explain your answer. What else can you say about the superstitions in Britain? Case study
home task Ex. 11, p. 127 translate the text from Russian into English
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