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London's  sights.

“Travelling”

Don’t cry bitterly and go to Italy.
Don’t miss your chance and go to France.
Take your pan and go to Japan.
Buy some cheese and go to Greece

I would like to invite you to visit England and its capital London.

Westminster Abbey is a symbol of English tradition at its best. The coronations of nearly all English kings and queens since William the Conqueror have taken place here. Many of them are buried within the Abbey.
Beneath the roof of this Gothic building there are also the graves and memorial slabs of statesmen, philosophers, men of letters and other distinguished people. Here you can see memorials to Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, Geoffrey Chaucer, Alfred Tennyson, Charles Dickens and Thomas Hardy.

The city’s greatest monument, St.Paul’s Cathedral was built by Sir Christopher Wren between 1675 and 1710 to replace the old Cathedral that was largely destroyed in the Great Fire of 1666.
Christopher Wren is buried there. Among the many memorials to famous men within the Cathedral are the tombs of Wellington, victor of Waterloo, and Nelson, hero of Trafalgar

Buckingham Palace is the official residence of Her Majesty the Queen and her family. It isn’t open to the public. The first monarch who took residence there was Queen Victoria. When Her Majesty is in residence the Royal Standards flies over the east of Buckingham Palace.

Driving  to  the  Royal Hotel.

    Paul,a businessman from France,told  his friend Jan he wanted to visit London and see its places of interest. He added he was going to travel by car. Jan knew how much his friend was interested in the British Royal Family and everything  connected with the crown. Jan was sure that Paul  should see the official royal residence in Buckingham Palace and the rest of the palaces that the Queen owned. He advised Paul  to visit the British Museum, the Tower of London and Hyde Park.But he reminded his friend that all those places were in the centre of London and driving in London was very  difficult.

        Paul was not afraid and said he would easily find all those  places and his hotel. He was going to stay at the Royal Hotel, one of the best in the city. On his way to the hotel  Paul stopped to have a look at the bright

Procession walking along the Mall. Paul admired the procession and even followed it in his car and then,suddenly, he understood that he had lost his way. He looked at the city map,but it didn’t help much; he couldn’t find his hotel. He drove round and round for an hour and then he stopped and got out of the car. A taxi came,and  Paul stopped it.”Take me to the Royal Hotel”,he said. But  he didn’t get into the taxi;he got back into his car. The taxi man laughed,but then he drove to the Royal Hotel. And Paul followed him in his car. They got to the hotel in two minutes.

Test “Do you know Britain?”

1.The Union Jack is the flag of …                             

a.The UK            b.Scotland           c.Wales       d.England

2.Great Britain is separated from the continent by

a.the Pacific Ocean    b.the Irish Sea    c.the Bristol Channel  d.the EnglishChannel

3.Britain’s population is more than… million people.

a.56        b.5,6     c.560     d.7

4.The head of state in Britain is …

a.The Prime Minister      b.the President   c.the Queen   d.the Speaker

5.Westminster is a … centre of London.

a.Cultural     b.political       c.business      d.industrial

6.The British Prime Minister lives at

a.12 White Hall  b.10 Downing Street  c.7 Russel Street  d.Oxford Street

7.The Great Fire of London broke out in

a.1066         b.1766       c.1106         d.1666

8.Sir Christopher Wren built

a.Buckingham Palace  b.Westminster Abbey  c.St.Paul’s Cathedral d.The Tower of London

9The National Gallery is in …

a.Piccadilly Circus  b.Parliament Square  c.Trafalgar Square  d.Leicester Square. 

10.The busiest and most populated  region in Britain is

a.England        b.Scotland    c.Wales     d.N.Ireland

11. 650 Members of the House of Commons are elected every … years.

a.2        b.3       c.4        d.5

12.The national emblem of England is

a.A rose      b.a thistle      c.a daffodil        d. a shamrock

 

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“ Travelling ” Don’t cry bitterly and go to Italy.  Don’t miss your chance and go to France.  Take your pan and go to Japan.  Buy some cheese and go to Greece .

Travelling

Don’t cry bitterly and go to Italy. Don’t miss your chance and go to France. Take your pan and go to Japan. Buy some cheese and go to Greece .

England

England

I would like to invite you to visit England and its capital London.

I would like to invite you to visit England and its capital London.

I want to tell you about Tower Bridge.  Tower Bridge was opened in 1894. It takes its name from the Tower of London. The hydraulic mechanism can raise and lower the bridge in about one and a half minutes. The covered walkway between the two towers is opened to the public and offers a spectacular view of London .

I want to tell you about Tower Bridge. Tower Bridge was opened in 1894. It takes its name from the Tower of London. The hydraulic mechanism can raise and lower the bridge in about one and a half minutes. The covered walkway between the two towers is opened to the public and offers a spectacular view of London .

Westminster Abbey is a symbol of English tradition at its best. The coronations of nearly all English kings and queens since William the Conqueror have taken place here. Many of them are buried within the Abbey.  Beneath the roof of this Gothic building there are also the graves and memorial slabs of statesmen, philosophers, men of letters and other distinguished people. Here you can see memorials to Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, Geoffrey Chaucer, Alfred Tennyson, Charles Dickens and Thomas Hardy.

Westminster Abbey is a symbol of English tradition at its best. The coronations of nearly all English kings and queens since William the Conqueror have taken place here. Many of them are buried within the Abbey. Beneath the roof of this Gothic building there are also the graves and memorial slabs of statesmen, philosophers, men of letters and other distinguished people. Here you can see memorials to Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, Geoffrey Chaucer, Alfred Tennyson, Charles Dickens and Thomas Hardy.

The city’s greatest monument, St.Paul’s Cathedral was built by Sir Christopher Wren between 1675 and 1710 to replace the old Cathedral that was largely destroyed in the Great Fire of 1666.  Christopher Wren is buried there. Among the many memorials to famous men within the Cathedral are the tombs of Wellington, victor of Waterloo, and Nelson, hero of Trafalgar  .

The city’s greatest monument, St.Paul’s Cathedral was built by Sir Christopher Wren between 1675 and 1710 to replace the old Cathedral that was largely destroyed in the Great Fire of 1666. Christopher Wren is buried there. Among the many memorials to famous men within the Cathedral are the tombs of Wellington, victor of Waterloo, and Nelson, hero of Trafalgar .

Buckingham Palace is the official residence of Her Majesty the Queen and her family. It isn’t open to the public. The first monarch who took residence there was Queen Victoria. When Her Majesty is in residence the Royal Standards flies over the east of Buckingham Palace.

Buckingham Palace is the official residence of Her Majesty the Queen and her family. It isn’t open to the public. The first monarch who took residence there was Queen Victoria. When Her Majesty is in residence the Royal Standards flies over the east of Buckingham Palace.

Driving to the Royal Hotel.  Paul,a businessman from France,told his friend Jan he wanted to visit London and see its places of interest. He added he was going to travel by car. Jan knew how much his friend was interested in the British Royal Family and everything connected with the crown. Jan was sure that Paul should see the official royal residence in Buckingham Palace and the rest of the palaces that the Queen owned. He advised Paul to visit the British Museum, the Tower of London and Hyde Park.But he reminded his friend that all those places were in the centre of London and driving in London was very difficult.  Paul was not afraid and said he would easily find all those places and his hotel. He was going to stay at the Royal Hotel, one of the best in the city. On his way to the hotel Paul stopped to have a look at the bright Procession walking along the Mall. Paul admired the procession and even followed it in his car and then,suddenly, he understood that he had lost his way. He looked at the city map,but it didn’t help much; he couldn’t find his hotel. He drove round and round for an hour and then he stopped and got out of the car. A taxi came,and Paul stopped it.”Take me to the Royal Hotel”,he said. But he didn’t get into the taxi;he got back into his car. The taxi man laughed,but then he drove to the Royal Hotel. And Paul followed him in his car. They got to the hotel in two minutes.

Driving to the Royal Hotel.

Paul,a businessman from France,told his friend Jan he wanted to visit London and see its places of interest. He added he was going to travel by car. Jan knew how much his friend was interested in the British Royal Family and everything connected with the crown. Jan was sure that Paul should see the official royal residence in Buckingham Palace and the rest of the palaces that the Queen owned. He advised Paul to visit the British Museum, the Tower of London and Hyde Park.But he reminded his friend that all those places were in the centre of London and driving in London was very difficult.

Paul was not afraid and said he would easily find all those places and his hotel. He was going to stay at the Royal Hotel, one of the best in the city. On his way to the hotel Paul stopped to have a look at the bright

Procession walking along the Mall. Paul admired the procession and even followed it in his car and then,suddenly, he understood that he had lost his way. He looked at the city map,but it didn’t help much; he couldn’t find his hotel. He drove round and round for an hour and then he stopped and got out of the car. A taxi came,and Paul stopped it.”Take me to the Royal Hotel”,he said. But he didn’t get into the taxi;he got back into his car. The taxi man laughed,but then he drove to the Royal Hotel. And Paul followed him in his car. They got to the hotel in two minutes.

Test “Do you know Britain?” 1 .The Union Jack is the flag of …   a .The UK b .Scotland  c .Wales d .England 2. Great Britain is separated from the continent by … a .the Pacific Ocean b .the Irish Sea c .the Bristol Channel d .the EnglishChannel 3.Britain’s population is more than… million people . a .56   b .5,6  c. 560  d. 7 4. The head of state in Britain is … a .The Prime Minister b .the President c .the Queen d .the Speaker 5. Westminster is a … centre of London . a .Cultural b. political c .business d .industrial 6 .The British Prime Minister lives at … a. 12 White Hall b .10 Downing Street c .7 Russel Street d .Oxford Street 7 .The Great Fire of London broke out in … a. 1066 b .1766 c .1106 d .1666 8. Sir Christopher Wren built … a .Buckingham Palace b .Westminster Abbey c .St.Paul’s Cathedral d .The Tower of London 9 The National Gallery is in … a .Piccadilly Circus b .Parliament Square c. Trafalgar Square d .Leicester Square.

Test “Do you know Britain?”

1 .The Union Jack is the flag of

a .The UK b .Scotland c .Wales d .England

2. Great Britain is separated from the continent by

a .the Pacific Ocean b .the Irish Sea c .the Bristol Channel d .the EnglishChannel

3.Britain’s population is more than… million people .

a .56 b .5,6 c. 560 d. 7

4. The head of state in Britain is

a .The Prime Minister b .the President c .the Queen d .the Speaker

5. Westminster is a … centre of London .

a .Cultural b. political c .business d .industrial

6 .The British Prime Minister lives at

a. 12 White Hall b .10 Downing Street c .7 Russel Street d .Oxford Street

7 .The Great Fire of London broke out in

a. 1066 b .1766 c .1106 d .1666

8. Sir Christopher Wren built

a .Buckingham Palace b .Westminster Abbey c .St.Paul’s Cathedral d .The Tower of London

9 The National Gallery is in …

a .Piccadilly Circus b .Parliament Square c. Trafalgar Square d .Leicester Square.

10 .The busiest and most populated region in Britain is … a .England b .Scotland c .Wales d .N.Ireland 11. 650 Members of the House of Commons are elected every … years . a .2 b .3 c .4 d .5 12.T he national emblem of England is … a. A rose b. a thistle c .a daffodil d. a shamrock

10 .The busiest and most populated region in Britain is

a .England b .Scotland c .Wales d .N.Ireland

11. 650 Members of the House of Commons are elected every … years .

a .2 b .3 c .4 d .5

12.T he national emblem of England is

a. A rose b. a thistle c .a daffodil d. a shamrock


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