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Презентация по английскому языку "Travelling around the world"



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Travelling around the world.
For example: - Last week I went there to buy some tickets. - Is it a railway...
You shouldn’t shake hands in a doorway in Russia. In Thailand it’s OK to poin...
Work in pairs. Discuss these questions. What was the last present you gave?...
a) things you shouldn’t give to people; b) accepting and refusing presents; c...
Listen again. Are the following statements true or false? In China you should...
Write 5-10 tips about how to behave in your country. behaviour in the street/...
East or West, Home is best When in Rome, do as the Romans do There is no plac...
Thank you for the lesson!
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№ слайда 1 Travelling around the world.
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Travelling around the world.

№ слайда 2 For example: - Last week I went there to buy some tickets. - Is it a railway
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For example: - Last week I went there to buy some tickets. - Is it a railway station?

№ слайда 3 You shouldn’t shake hands in a doorway in Russia. In Thailand it’s OK to poin
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You shouldn’t shake hands in a doorway in Russia. In Thailand it’s OK to point your feet at someone. If a Japanese person gives you a business card, you should put it in your pocket immediately. It’s OK to blow your nose in Japan in public. In China you shouldn’t leave any food on your plate. In most Asian countries you must take off your shoes when you enter someone’s home. If you admire something in an Arab person’s home, they feel they should give it to you. Do you think these statements are true or false? T T F F F F T

№ слайда 4 Work in pairs. Discuss these questions. What was the last present you gave?
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Work in pairs. Discuss these questions. What was the last present you gave? Who did you give it to? Why? What was the last present you received? Who was it from?

№ слайда 5 a) things you shouldn’t give to people; b) accepting and refusing presents; c
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a) things you shouldn’t give to people; b) accepting and refusing presents; c) giving flowers; d) opening presents. Listen to an interview with the travel writer, Neil Palmer. Arrange the following topics in correct order. 3 2 4 1

№ слайда 6 Listen again. Are the following statements true or false? In China you should
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Listen again. Are the following statements true or false? In China you should accept a present immediately. You should give presents in China with one hand. In Thailand you shouldn’t open a present when you get it. Knives are a bad present to give in Japan. You should give Japanese people an odd number of glasses. You can give your Turkish host white flowers. F T F T F T

№ слайда 7 Write 5-10 tips about how to behave in your country. behaviour in the street/
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Write 5-10 tips about how to behave in your country. behaviour in the street/in restaurants giving and receiving presents meeting and greeting people what (not) to wear in different situations going to wedding other When you meet a friend you should kiss them on both cheeks. should shouldn’t

№ слайда 8 East or West, Home is best When in Rome, do as the Romans do There is no plac
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East or West, Home is best When in Rome, do as the Romans do There is no place like home So many countries, so many customs Charity begins at home Idioms:

№ слайда 9 Thank you for the lesson!
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Thank you for the lesson!


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