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What city has the nickname “The Smoke”? London
How do people call the American flag? the Stars and Stripes
When did C. Columbus discover America? in 1492
Join the country with its flag the USA Canada Russia India the UK Australia 1 2 3 4 5 6
What tradition did the first colonists start? Thanksgiving Day
Delete the colored words to make sentences I never use a computer when I have to every day. I would never happily use a mobile phone only in emergencies.
Complete the sentences When did you ____ back from your holiday? It’s very hot, I think I’ll ____ on my sun hat. They ____ off at 6 o’clock and reached the top 3 hours later. I hope my parents will be at the airport to ____ me up when I arrive. set put get pick set put get pick
Correct mistakes She has been ill a week ago. She is not understanding the problem. They watch TV when telephone rang. I’m looking forward to see you again. was doesn’t understand were watching seeing
She looked after children. The wind brought her over. She had an umbrella and a bag in her hands. Mary Poppins
What is it? Traditionally in English families newborn baby is given two of it: personal or first and middle. Name
Describe their appearances
Complete the missing lines. Where are Oliver and Holly going? - Are you doing anything___________________? - No,________________. Well, we are going to the Chinese restaurant________________. Would you like________? - Yes, that would _________. What time_______________? - About 8.00 Shall we come________________? - Yes, great. - Ok, I’ll call for you at ____. this evening nothing special near the station to come be nice are you going and pick you up 7.30 3
Tell us about this family
What is the national Scottish costume called? Kilt
What do the English put in their tea? Milk
Match the country and national sport Scotland Canada The UK The USA
Who lived in Sherwood Forest? Robin Hood
Name the author Alice was beginning to get very tired of sitting by her sister on the bank, and of having nothing to do: once or twice she had peeped into the book her sister was reading, but it had no pictures or conversations in it, `and what is the use of a book,' thought Alice `without pictures or conversation?' … Lewis Carroll. Alice in Wonderland
What is it? The White House
It was built in New York harbor in 1886. It was a present from the people of France to America. It’s America’s symbol of freedom. It is the first thing tourists see when they come to America. the Statue of Liberty
Haggis!? What is it? Haggis is a tradinonal food from Scotland. You make it with meat, onions, flour, salt and pepper. Then you boil it in the skin from a sheep's stomach - yes, a sheep's stomach.
Tell to friends about your holiday in Spain.
On vacation in the UK, Raul was sitting on a park beach when one man sat down beside him. The man nodded his head and smiled, but he didn’t say anything. Raul was embarrassed and felt that English people are always very cold and distant. 30 Listen to the tape and tell is this situation usual for English?
Who are they? Seven of them are in permanent residence in the Tower of London; their wings are clipped, so they can't fly away. A superstition from the time of Charles II claims that when there are no longer this guests in the Tower, both the White Tower and the kingdom will fall. Ravens
The very cold winters in the Crimea in the war of 1853-56 gave us the names of the cardigan and the balaclava. The name "balaclava" comes from the town of Balaklava. During the Crimean War, knitted balaclavas were sent over to the British troops to help protect them from the bitter cold weather. A "cardigan" is now a warm woolen short coat with buttons, and a "balaclava" is … What is it? a woolen hat
What is this play name? Actors have lots of traditions and superstitions. For example, you don't say "good luck" to an actor. You say "break a leg”. It's strange but true. "Good luck" is bad luck. Also, actors never say the name of one of Shakespeare's famous play. They always call it "The Scottish Play". In theatres this name brings bad luck.
Can you explain this sayings? Every bird likes its own nest best. Other times, other manners.
Cactus You know about rabbits in Australia. But there is another problem in Australia. It’s plant. It can hurt people and animals. It thorns are so sharp that can stick as shoes as tyres. It can be about half meter in height. What plant is it?
You are going camping. What should you take? Why?
Listen and answer the questions. What was the problem? How did they handle the problem? 37
You want to book a hotel room. So make a conversation with receptionist. Good evening, can I help you? One moment, I’ll just check. How many nights would you like to stay? Would you like a single, a double or a twin? It includes a continental breakfast. Is it convenient to you? So, it will be 40 pounds. How would you like to pay? Could you fill the card I’ll send you? Thank you for calling.
Name this ship It was the ship that transported the English Separatists, better known as the Pilgrims, who were the first settlers in America. Mayflower
You want to buy a ticket from London to Moscow. Make dialogue in pair.
Wellington One British soldier gave his name to a pair of boots. They have a shorter name today - "Wellies". What was his name?
What does Jim need to take?
Name this hero, work and the author He had always been small and skinny for his age. He looked even smaller and skinnier than he really was because all he had to wear were old clothes of Dudley's, and Dudley was about four times bigger than he was. This boy had a thin face, knobbly knees, black hair, and bright green eyes. He wore round glasses held together with a lot of Scotch tape because of all the times Dudley had punched him on the nose. The only thing he liked about his own appearance was a very thin scar on his forehead that was shaped like a bolt of lightning. Он всегда был слишком маленьким и тощеньким для своего возраста. А выглядел еще меньше и худее, из-за того, что ему приходилось донашивать за Дадли старую одежду, а Дадли раза в четыре превосходил его по всем параметрам. У него было худое лицо, торчащие коленки, черные волосы и яркие зеленые глаза. Он носил круглые очки, перемотанные посередине толстым слоем изоленты – оправа часто ломалась, потому что Дадли все время норовил врезать ему по носу. Единственное, что нравилось ему в собственной внешности, так это очень тонкий шрам на лбу в форме зигзага молнии. Harry Potter. J. К. Rowling
Look at this situation. Can you imagine the customer’s complaint is?
This building in India is one of the wonders of the world and one of the most beautiful mausoleums. Located in Agra, white marble was used in the construction of this symbol of love. Around the world
Table manners What tradition is it? Hundreds of years ago, soldiers began this custom. They did it to show that they didn't have a sword. Now, this is a custom in most countries. In Britain you don't do it with your friends and family. But you should do it when you meet a person for the first time. You also say "How do you do?“.
In Tailand when the newborn baby is a month old, the parents give a feast for relatives and friends, and the baby has his first ... (what?) This ceremony protects the baby from evil spirits. Occasions
Time isn’t important here. The word “tomorrow” means “sometime in the future” and the word “yesterday” means “sometime in the past”. If you ask what time the bus will arrive, the usual answer is “Rubber time”, meaning “who knows”. Time Indonesia
What is considered the best New year gift in England which brings profit in next year to the family. Gift-giving Coal
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