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ВИКТОРИНА ПО АНГЛИЙСКОМУ ЯЗЫКУ “’If you are tired of London, you are tired o...
Welcome to Great Britain Television, films, books and English lessons at scho...
Different countries – different sights When people think of a foreign country...
What is the official name of the country? Britain, Great Britain, the United...
The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland What countries does...
The National Flag What is the name of the flag? What countries does it repre...
The British flag, known as the Union Jack, is a combination of three flags: t...
United Kingdom Royal Coat-of-Arms What does it symbolize? What does the inscr...
The Official Coat of Arms of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Norther...
 What is the capital of the country?
LONDON “You find no man, at all intellectual, who is willing to leave London...
 What was the first name of London?
LONDINIUM "Londinium" was established as a civilian town by the Romans about...
 What river does London stand on?
The River Thames The River Thames flows through southern England. It is the l...
 What parts does London consist of?
Match the parts of London and their names The City hands The West End money...
Where is this situated in? The Stock Exchange The Royal Exchange The Houses...
 Who is officially the head of the state in Great Britain? What is her name?
Born: 21 April 1926 Birthplace: London, England Best Known As: The Queen of G...
 What is the home residence of British Kings and Queens in London?
Buckingham Palace Can you visit Buckingham Palace? Yes! When Queen Elisabeth...
What are the main places of interest in Great Britain?
Westminster Abbey, located near the Houses of Parliament, is more a historica...
 Where are the British laws made?
These are buildings in the Parliament Square. They were built between 1840-18...
It was a palace, a prison, a zoo but now it is a museum.
The Tower – a pleasant place for visiting? If you a person who likes extraord...
Sir Christopher Wren, the greatest English architect was the author of this b...
St Paul’s Cathedral Everybody coming to London for the first time wants to se...
This square is not square, it is round. What’s the name of this square? Londo...
Trafalgar Square Who at Trafalgar Square looks down at us? There is a column...
A funny minute Read the riddles and try to solve them. 1) Who always goes to...
Solutions 1) A horse. 2) A potato. 3) A watch dog. 4) “Meet you at the corne...
It is interesting to know 1) The ceremony of the Keys takes place in … 2) Ro...
It is interesting to know 1) The ceremony of the Keys takes place in … 2) Ro...
British character Would you agree? If yes, prove it. British people are - pr...
How do the proverbs and quotation from famous writers characterize Britain an...
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№ слайда 1 ВИКТОРИНА ПО АНГЛИЙСКОМУ ЯЗЫКУ “’If you are tired of London, you are tired o
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ВИКТОРИНА ПО АНГЛИЙСКОМУ ЯЗЫКУ “’If you are tired of London, you are tired of life”

№ слайда 2 Welcome to Great Britain Television, films, books and English lessons at scho
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Welcome to Great Britain Television, films, books and English lessons at school have probably given you ideas about this country. Today we are going to travel to this fantastic country.

№ слайда 3 Different countries – different sights When people think of a foreign country
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Different countries – different sights When people think of a foreign country they picture in their minds different things. What are they for you?

№ слайда 4 What is the official name of the country? Britain, Great Britain, the United
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What is the official name of the country? Britain, Great Britain, the United Kingdom, England, the British Isles – these different names are sometimes used to mean the same thing, and they are often used wrongly.

№ слайда 5 The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland What countries does
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The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland What countries does it consist of?

№ слайда 6 The National Flag What is the name of the flag? What countries does it repre
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The National Flag What is the name of the flag? What countries does it represent? What colors can you see on the flag? Name the Saints of four countries.

№ слайда 7 The British flag, known as the Union Jack, is a combination of three flags: t
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The British flag, known as the Union Jack, is a combination of three flags: the Saint George's cross (England), the Saint Andrew's cross (Scotland) and the Saint Patrick's cross (Ireland). They represent England, Scotland and Ireland. Wales isn't represented in the Union Flag: the Welsh have their own flag. St. David is the patron Saint. of Wales.

№ слайда 8 United Kingdom Royal Coat-of-Arms What does it symbolize? What does the inscr
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United Kingdom Royal Coat-of-Arms What does it symbolize? What does the inscription “DIEU. ET MON. DROIT” mean?

№ слайда 9 The Official Coat of Arms of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Norther
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The Official Coat of Arms of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. On the left, the shield is supported by the English Lion. On the right it is supported by the Unicorn of Scotland. (The unicorn is chained because in mediaeval times a free unicorn was considered a very dangerous beast) The coat features both the motto of British Monarchs: Dieu et mon droit (God and my right) and the motto of the Order of the Garter: Honi soit qui mal y pense ('Evil to him who evil thinks')

№ слайда 10  What is the capital of the country?
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What is the capital of the country?

№ слайда 11 LONDON “You find no man, at all intellectual, who is willing to leave London
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LONDON “You find no man, at all intellectual, who is willing to leave London. No, Sir, when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is in London all that life can afford.” —Samuel Johnson, 1777

№ слайда 12  What was the first name of London?
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What was the first name of London?

№ слайда 13 LONDINIUM "Londinium" was established as a civilian town by the Romans about
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LONDINIUM "Londinium" was established as a civilian town by the Romans about seven years after the invasion of AD 43. Early Roman London occupied a relatively small area, roughly equivalent to the size of Hyde Park.

№ слайда 14  What river does London stand on?
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What river does London stand on?

№ слайда 15 The River Thames The River Thames flows through southern England. It is the l
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The River Thames The River Thames flows through southern England. It is the longest river entirely in England and the second longest in the United Kingdom. While it is best known because its lower reaches flow through central London, the river flows alongside several other towns and cities, including Oxford, Reading, Henley-on-Thames, Windsor, Kingston upon Thames and Richmond.

№ слайда 16  What parts does London consist of?
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What parts does London consist of?

№ слайда 17 Match the parts of London and their names The City hands The West End money
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Match the parts of London and their names The City hands The West End money The East End goods

№ слайда 18 Where is this situated in? The Stock Exchange The Royal Exchange The Houses
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Where is this situated in? The Stock Exchange The Royal Exchange The Houses of Parliament Whitehall Theatres, cinemas, museums Shops, hotels Docks, factories, little houses, Narrow streets East End West End City

№ слайда 19  Who is officially the head of the state in Great Britain? What is her name?
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Who is officially the head of the state in Great Britain? What is her name?

№ слайда 20 Born: 21 April 1926 Birthplace: London, England Best Known As: The Queen of G
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Born: 21 April 1926 Birthplace: London, England Best Known As: The Queen of Great Britain Name at birth: Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor Queen Elizabeth II has been the United Kingdom's reigning monarch since 1952. Elizabeth was proclaimed queen on 6 February 1952 following the death of her father, George VI; she was formally crowned the next year, on 2 June 1953. Her husband, Prince Philip, comes from the royal family of Greece and was created Duke of Edinburgh prior to their wedding on 20 November 1947. Elizabeth and Philip had four children: Charles (b. 1948), Anne (b. 1950), Andrew (b. 1960) and Edward (b. 1964); as the eldest, Prince Charles is heir to the throne. Queen Elizabeth II

№ слайда 21  What is the home residence of British Kings and Queens in London?
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What is the home residence of British Kings and Queens in London?

№ слайда 22 Buckingham Palace Can you visit Buckingham Palace? Yes! When Queen Elisabeth
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Buckingham Palace Can you visit Buckingham Palace? Yes! When Queen Elisabeth the Second is on holidays from July,28 till September,25 You can visit 19 rooms (Picture Gallery, Musical Room and others)

№ слайда 23 What are the main places of interest in Great Britain?
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What are the main places of interest in Great Britain?

№ слайда 24 Westminster Abbey, located near the Houses of Parliament, is more a historica
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Westminster Abbey, located near the Houses of Parliament, is more a historical site than a religious site. Since 1066 every royal coronation, with the exception of Edward V and Edward VIII has taken place in Westminster Abbey. The London Eye is a giant Ferris wheel situated on the banks of the River Thames, in London, England Stonehenge is a prehistoric monument located in the English county of Wiltshire.

№ слайда 25  Where are the British laws made?
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Where are the British laws made?

№ слайда 26 These are buildings in the Parliament Square. They were built between 1840-18
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These are buildings in the Parliament Square. They were built between 1840-1852. Their medieval look is misleading. One of the palaces has 2 miles of corridors and more than 1000 rooms. When Parliament is sitting, a flag flies from the Victoria Tower. The Victoria Tower is the tallest tower of the complex. The famous great bell is situated there. The bell and the clock are on the clock tower of these buildings. (It’s the Houses of Parliament) The Parliament of England

№ слайда 27 It was a palace, a prison, a zoo but now it is a museum.
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It was a palace, a prison, a zoo but now it is a museum.

№ слайда 28 The Tower – a pleasant place for visiting? If you a person who likes extraord
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The Tower – a pleasant place for visiting? If you a person who likes extraordinary things you should visit the Tower of London. It has a long and cruel history. The Bloody Tower saw the blood of men, women and even children. It was a prison for many years.

№ слайда 29 Sir Christopher Wren, the greatest English architect was the author of this b
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Sir Christopher Wren, the greatest English architect was the author of this building

№ слайда 30 St Paul’s Cathedral Everybody coming to London for the first time wants to se
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St Paul’s Cathedral Everybody coming to London for the first time wants to see St. Paul's Cathedral. This is the third cathedral with this name which London has had. The two others were burnt down, the first in 1086 and the second in 1666. Christopher Wren was an architect who had already built many buildings. Now, in 1675, he started on his greatest work. For 35 years the building of St. Paul's Cathedral went on, and Wren was an old man before it was finished.

№ слайда 31 This square is not square, it is round. What’s the name of this square? Londo
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This square is not square, it is round. What’s the name of this square? London’s best-known theatres, cinemas and most famous restaurants are situated here. What’s the name of this square?

№ слайда 32 Trafalgar Square Who at Trafalgar Square looks down at us? There is a column
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Trafalgar Square Who at Trafalgar Square looks down at us? There is a column with a statue of Admiral Nelson in the middle of the square. It is very tall (44 meters). Nelson was a brave Admiral who died in a navy battle between Great Britain and France. English people are proud of him.

№ слайда 33 A funny minute Read the riddles and try to solve them. 1) Who always goes to
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A funny minute Read the riddles and try to solve them. 1) Who always goes to sleep with his shoes on? 2) What has many eyes and never cries? 3) What dog keeps the best time? 4) What did one wall say to another? 5) When are mice not happy?

№ слайда 34 Solutions 1) A horse. 2) A potato. 3) A watch dog. 4) “Meet you at the corne
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Solutions 1) A horse. 2) A potato. 3) A watch dog. 4) “Meet you at the corner”. 5) When it’s raining cats and dogs.

№ слайда 35 It is interesting to know 1) The ceremony of the Keys takes place in … 2) Ro
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It is interesting to know 1) The ceremony of the Keys takes place in … 2) Royal weddings take place in … 3) The Nelson Column stands in the middle of… 4) Ch. Dickens, R. Kipling, Chaucer were buried in … 5)The only inhabitants – ravens live in … 6) The largest British Airport is …

№ слайда 36 It is interesting to know 1) The ceremony of the Keys takes place in … 2) Ro
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It is interesting to know 1) The ceremony of the Keys takes place in … 2) Royal weddings take place in … 3) The Nelson Column stands in the middle of… 4) Ch. Dickens, R. Kipling, Chaucer were buried in … 5)The only inhabitants – ravens live in … 6) The largest British Airport is …

№ слайда 37 British character Would you agree? If yes, prove it. British people are - pr
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British character Would you agree? If yes, prove it. British people are - practical - realistic - conservative - like order in everything - the greatest tea drinkers - have a good sense of humour

№ слайда 38 How do the proverbs and quotation from famous writers characterize Britain an
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How do the proverbs and quotation from famous writers characterize Britain and its people? My home is my castle. If you want to eat well in England, eat three breakfasts. (W. Somerset Maugham) I don’t desire to change anything in England except the weather. (Oscar Wild)

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