Presentation on theme: "1.… is the capital of Great Britain a)Paris b)London c) New-York."— Presentation transcript:
1.… is the capital of Great Britain a)Paris b)London c) New-York
2. More than … millions people live in London a) 7 b) 9 c) 8
3. London stands on the River … a) the Mississippi a) the Mississippi b) the Thames b) the Thames c) the Murray c) the Murray
4. The center of London is… a)Trafalgar Square b)Westminster Abbey c)the City
5. The Queen of Great Britain lives in … lives in … a)Buckingham Palace b) Westminster Abbey c) the Houses of Parliament
6. The political centre of London is… a)Westminster Abbey b)the Houses of Parliament c)Hyde Park
Now we are in London
Task 1. Столица Прекрасная церковь Деловой центр Известный парк Мост Королева Вороны Башня Через реку Bridge Across the river Tower Ravens A beautiful church Capital Business centre Queen A famous park
Task 2. 1.What city is the capital of Britain? 2.What square is famous for Nelson`s column? 3.What is the most of all the historical buildings in London almost unchanged since 11 th century? in London almost unchanged since 11 th century? 4.What place is the residence of the Queen of England? 5.Where can you see a lot of people in hot summer day? 6.The home of the oldest university of England? 7.What is the second name of the House of Parliament?
Task 1. 1.William Shakespeare was born in 1954 in Stratford – upon – Avon. 2.At the age of twenty he married Anne Hathaway. 3.A few years later he moved to Briton. 4.Shakespeare wrote thirty-seven plays and 154 sonnets. 5.His most famous plays are the four great tragedies – Othello, Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet and King Lear. Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet and King Lear. 6. He also wrote comedies. 7. His plays have been translated into several different languages.
Task Who was William Shakespeare? 2. 2.When and where was he born? 3. 3.At what age did he marry? 4. 4.Who was his wife? 5. 5.Where did he move a few years later to? 6. 6.What was he job? 7. 7.How many plays and sonnets did he write?
Task 3. Daniel Defoe Robert Stevenson H. B. Stowe Jonathan Swift George Byron William Shakespeare Lewis Carrol Hamlet Robinson Crusoe Alice in Wonderland Uncle Tom’s Cabin Gulliver’s Travels Don Juan Treasure Island