UNIT-3-3.1, Англійська Мова 8 клас, Л.В.Калініна, І.В.Самойлюкевич
Ex. I, p. 81
A — Ireland; B — the North sea; C — the English Channel; D — the Irish sea; E — Great Britain.
Ex. Ill, p. 83
b) 1. I have never been to London. 2. My friend has returned from the British Isles. 3. Our teacher has told us a lot about the United Kingdom. 4. Many Europeans have traveled a lot around the world. 5. Some of my classmates have never been to London. 6. The Geography students have made their own maps of the British Isles. 7. Historians have learnt a lot about the English traditions.
c) Paul has arrived in London recently. He has seen many places of interest: the British Museum, the Houses of Parliament, the National Gallery, and the Zoological Gardens. Of course, he hasn't been outside London yet. He is planning to go to Cambridge on a weekend trip.
Ex. V, p. 88
1. In old times the Northmen landed on the east coast of Scotland. 2. They had wicked plans — to settle in the country. 3. The Scots moved to the river Tay. 4. They put up their camp late in the day. 5. To make the least noise possible, they took off their shoes. 6. They couldn't take the Scots by surprise because one of the Northmen stepped on a thistle and sudden and sharp pain made him shriek.
Ex. VI, p. 89
Буклети використовують, щоб рекламувати публіці особливі події та місцеві принади. Вони зазвичай виконуються у формі друкованої сторінки і містять малюнки, щоб привертати увагу читача. Буклет починається з представлення місця або події та вказівки на їхню важливість для відвідувачів.
b) Leaflet about London
The history of London, GB's capital and chief tourist attraction, goes back nearly 2,000 years to А.Г). 43, when the Romans founded a trading port, called Londinium, on the river Thames. Today, the area where Roman London stood is still known as the City of London. This area, often called «the City», and the 32 boroughs (local units of government) around it make up Greater London.
The City of London's financial district and consists largely of modern bank and office buildings. But it also contains such historic buildings as St. Paul's Cathedral, built by the groat English architect Sir Christopher Wren between 1675 and 1710. Central London contains the busiest and best-known parts of London. The Tower of London, once a royal prison, is now a museum where Britain's crown jewels are on display. In Westminster, the center of Britain's government, are the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey, and Buckingham Palace. The city's main shopping and entertainment districts lie nearby.
London has many professional theaters and four world-known symphony orchestras. Numerous art galleries and museums are found in the city, and the South Bank section of central London is the site of a large, modern cultural center. Ix)ndon is also rich in traditional ceremonies. Every morning, the famous changing-of-the-guard ceremony takes place in Buckingham Palace's courtyard.