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The plan of the quiz. English-speaking countries Royal family quiz -5 points USA quiz – 5 points Canada quiz – 5 points Australian animals quiz – 10 points 2. Borrowings – 27 points 3. Idioms quiz Nose idioms – 5 points Colour idioms – 5 points 4. Guess the melody – 13 points Total – 60 points
TASK 1. PART 1. Команда 1 The county which is called “The Gardens of England”. The royal headwear. The famous university of England, not Cambridge. Команда 2 The word for a “king” or a “queen”. The name of Queen Victoria’s husband. The name of Prince William’s brother. Команда 3 The pre-historic monument in the south-west of England consisting of huge stones. The biggest part of Great Britain. The home town of the Beatles pop group. Команда 4 A historic castle in central London built by William the Conqueror, a former prison. The birthplace of William Shakespeare. The main square in the centre of London.
Answers. 1. Windsor is the family name of the present royal family. 2. Queen Elizabeth II became Queen in 1952. 3. Prince William attended St Andrews University. 4. Princess Anne was once part of the British horse-riding team. 5. Prince William is president of England’s Football Association.
French: menu, cafe, bouquet Greek: physics, theatre, chemistry Italian: pizza, soprano, fresco Russian: sputnik, vodka, samovar Spanish: guitar, canyon, tango German: hamburger, kindergarten, poodle Turkish: coffee, kiosk, caviar Hindi: shampoo, bungalow, pyjamas Japanese: kimono, hara-kiri, judo
Can you match the “nose” idioms on the left with their definitions on the right? to pay through the nose to follow one’s nose to keep one’s nose clean to have one’s nose in the air to have one’s nose in the book to keep out of trouble, especially trouble with law b) to be reading c) to pay too much d) to go straight ahead e) to behave as if you are better than someone else
Answers. to pay through the nose to follow one’s nose to keep one’s nose clean to have one’s nose in the air to have one’s nose in the book c) to pay too much d) to go straight ahead to keep out of trouble, especially trouble with law e) to behave as if you are better than someone else b) to be reading
Answers. to be in the red c) to have spent more money than you had in your bank account 2. to have green fingers b) to be very good at gardening 3. to feel blue c) to be sad or depressed 4. to want everything in black and white a) to want information in a very clear written form 5. to see life through rose-coloured glasses b) to see the world better than it really is
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