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To develop reading skills

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Read the passage and answer the questions.

England is one the most famous counties for its royal parks. Most of them in London Hyde Park has been royal park since 1536.Once it was a part of the forest where Henry 8 hunted wild animals. Hyde Park now has 146 hectares of parkland and people can walk , sit and lie on the grass. The Serpentine is a lake in which you can swim. It’s a custom for some people to swim in it on Christmas Day. Speaker’s Corner is in Hyde Park too, here people can make public speeches, and share their political thoughts.

1. Choose the wrong variants.

1.Hyde Park is one of the most famous museums .

2.Hyde Park has 146 hectares of parkland.

3.People can play football and volleyball here.

4.When it was a part of forest Henry 8 hunted.

a) 2,4 b) 2,3 c) 1.3 d) 3,4 e) 1,2



2. Which question has no answer in the passage?

a) When did Henry 8 open Hyde Park?

b) Since when has Hyde Park been royal park?

c) What can people do in Hyde Park?

d) When do people swim in the Serpentine?

e)Where is Hyde Park situated?



3.Choose the correct variant .

a) Everyone can have a rest in Hyde Park.

b) People can hardly have a rest in Hyde park now.

c) People can swim in the lake only in Christmas Day.

d) Hyde Park is for only royal families.

e) Henry 8 kept wild animals in Hyde Park.



4.Complete the sentence.

The passage is mainly about ………….

  1. Royal Parks

  2. Speaker’s Park

  3. Serpentine Park

  4. Hyde Park

  5. World’s Famous Parks.



4.Choose the wrong variant.

People are allowed…..

  1. To walk on the grass

  2. To swim in the Serpentine

  3. To sit and lie on the grass in Hyde Park

  4. To speak about politics in Hyde Park

  5. Not to swim in the lake in Hyde Park





Read the passage and answer the questions.

In London, there are many huge clocks in towers. One of them is Big Ben . It is in the tower of the Houses of Parliament. Big Ben is the biggest bell in a clock tower of Britain. It stands on the left bank of the Thames. People can get inside the Tower and see the workings of Big Ben. There is no lift and there are three hundred and forty steps up to Big Ben.

1.Complete the sentence.

The passage is mainly about ……

a) Towers of London

b) Houses of Parliament

c) Banks of Thames

d) Big Ben

e) Britain



2.Which question has no answer.

a) Which is the biggest clock in the world?

b) Why do people rise the Tower on foot?

c)Who can get inside the Tower?

d) Where is Big Ben situated?

e) When was Big Ben built?



3.Choose the correct.

a) Big Ben is the biggest clock in the world.

b) Big Ben the smallest clock in the world.

c) Big Ben is far from the Houses of Parliament.

d) People can see the working of Big Ben

e) There is bank under the Big Ben.

4.Choose the wrong variant

Big Ben ……..

  1. Stands on the right bank of the Thames.

  2. Is one of the many huge clocks in towers.

  3. Is the biggest bell in a clock tower in Britain.

  4. Is situated in London in the bank of the Thames.

  5. Big Ben is in the tower of the Houses of Parliament





5.Choose the wrong variant.

a) People can go inside Big Ben .

b) People go up the stairs inside Big Ben .

c) There is a modern lift inside Big Ben is much bigger than all of others.

d) The bell inside Big Ben is much bigger than all of others.

e) Big Ben is in the tower of the Houses of Parliament.

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