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THE SYMBOLS OF ENGLAND Red Rose St. George’s Cross Coat of Arms
READ THE TEXT Ex.63, P.90
ENGLISH NATIONAL DAY The British celebrate National Day on the 23rd of April in honour of patron saint, St. George.
THE CAPITAL OF ENGLAND London is the capital of England and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. It was founded about 43 years under the name Londinium by the Romans and in I-III centuries it was the capital of Roman Britain. It is the second largest city in Europe and main political, economic and cultural center of the UK.
THE LONGEST RIVER The Thames is the longest river in England (346 kilometers or 215 miles).
EDUCATIONAL CENTRES OXFORD Oxford is the city in the UK. It is known for the oldest Oxford University which is the best in the country. It has given the world 50 Nobel laureates. Oxford stands on the banks of the Thames.
EDUCATIONAL CENTRES CAMBRIDGE Cambridge is a city in the east of England, it has one of the oldest universities in Europe and in the world, which is associated with 87 Nobel Laureates.
OXBRIDGE Oxbridge are the universities of Oxford and Cambridge, the oldest in the UK, the most important of the "ancient universities". The word Oxbridgefirst appeared in 1849. The Boat Race is Boat Regatta on the Thames between the teams of boat clubs in Oxford and Cambridge Universities.
ANSWER THE QUESTIONS What is the biggest part of Great Britain? How many people live in England? What is the English capital? When is the English National Day? What is the longest river in England?
Ancient Building Old Symbol Important Monument Colourful Conference Famous Exhibition Big Legend Long River International Port Popular Bridge Beautiful Stadium Well-known Park Modern Theatre Wonderful Cinema Central Fountain Thrilling Square
HOMEWORK P.92, ex.69, 70
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