6What place is described here? It is the London home of the Queen.When the flag is flying on the topshe is at home. There is the VictoriaMonument just outside the gates.There are 600 rooms in it.It has an indoor swimming pooland cinema.Changing the Guard happens everyday at a.m. It lasts about45 minutes.
8What place is described here? It is the seat of the British government.The government consists of theHouse of Lords and the Houseof Commons. The House ofCommons sits to the sideof the Clock Tower with BigBen and the House ofLords - of the Victoria Tower.
10What place is described here? It is the great bell in the Clock Toweron the eastern end of theHouses of Parliament in London.It is named after Sir BenjaminHall, London Commissionerof Works. The booming bellwhich weighs 13 tonsfirst rang out in 1859.
12What place is described here? It is the best-known church in England.It was built by King Edward in 1065.The coronation of all British kingsand queens takes place here.Some famous English peopleare also buried here.Dickens, Hardy, Kipling are buriedin its famous Poet’s Corner.
14What place is described here? It is a very big castle. It is the oldest placeand the most famous of all historicalbuildings in London. It has a long andcruel history. It was a castle, a palace,a zoo and a prison but it is only amuseum now. The most famous thingskept here are the Crown Jewels.
16It is a very famous cathedral in London. What place is described here?It is a very famous cathedral in London.It was designed by Sir Christopher Wren.It was used for the marriage of Charles,Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencerwhich took place on 29 July 1981.
18What place is described here? This famous place is situated in the centreof the West end of London. On the columnin the centre there is a statue ofAdmiral Nelson who defeated theFrench at the sea battle in 1805.It is a place where meetings anddemonstrations take place.
20What place is described here? It is one of the largest parks in centralLondon and one of the Royal parks inLondon. It is famous for its Speaker’sCorner where everyone can come andsay what he/she wants. It is a verydemocratic park.
22Let‘s have a rest! Hands up! Clap, clap! Hands on the hips! Step, step!Turn to the left!Turn to the right!Turn yourself around!Hands up! Hands down!Hands at the sides and sit down!
23Read and act Have you ever been to a museum in London? Yes, I have. I went to the British Museum 2 days ago.Oh, did you? I haven‘t been there. Is it worth visiting?Yes, certainly. (Of course, surely)
24What do you feel about the lesson? boringdullbadinterestinglovelyniceexcellent