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Course of work Different Landscapes – Different CountriesDifferent Landscapes – Different Countries How Does the Geographical Position Influence the People‘s Lives?How Does the Geographical Position Influence the People‘s Lives? Average lifeAverage life Population What does influence the people's lives in every country?What does influence the people's lives in every country? The interviewThe interview East or West – Home is Best?East or West – Home is Best? I would like to live in…I would like to live in… Conclusion
Countries Australia Great Britain The USA Russia
Australia It is the world’s largest island and its smallest continent. Much of the land is a useless desert (nearly 2,000,000 square kilometers). Most of the continent is sunny most of the year. There are few rivers. The longest is the Darling. Its population is very small (only 0,3% of the world’s population) for such a huge country. Many people live far away from towns in the outback.
How Does the Geographical Position Influence the People‘s Lives in Australia ? Because Australia was cut off from the rest of the world, it was the last continent to be discovered. Most of the continent is sunny most of the year. That's why Australians suffer one of the world ' s highest rates of skin cancer from too much sun exposure. Severe droughts, floods and cyclones happen very often on the continent. So, life is not easy in Australia.
Great Britain It is an island state. It covers a territory of two large islands and several smaller ones. Mountainous areas are found only in the north and west. It has a mild climate. GB is made up of England, Scotland and Wales. Geographically, the island of GB is subdivided into two main regions - Lowland Britain and Highland Britain. It is a rich country, one of the richest in the world.
How Does the Geographical Position Influence the People‘s Lives in Great Britain ? People go for their holidays or just on a day trip to the seaside. Because in GB you are never very far from the coast and there are lots of seaside resorts. GB has got more than 300 ports. So the main passenger ports and airports are in this country. Fish and other seafood are very popular in GB. Thanks to fishing has always been an important industry.
The USA It is the fourth largest nation in the world. Three - quarters of the country are washed by ocean. It is a land of physical contrasts. The land varies from heavy forests to extensive deserts, from high mountains to deep canyons. The USA is the region of the five Great Lakes. It has most of what every country would like to have – a variety of natural resources, all sorts of products and industries of every kind.
How Does the Geographical Position Influence the People‘s Lives in the USA? Americans who prefer various landscapes can easily spend interesting vacations within the country. Because if you travel across the country you would go over mountain ranges, cross hundreds of rivers, spend days on the vast, flat prairie lands. The southern parts of the country have warm temperatures year round. That’s why fresh grapefruits, oranges, lemons, melons, cherries, and peaches are not imported. Low-cost, high-quality fruits, juices and vegetables are available any time of the year.
Russia In area, the RF is the largest country in the world(17 square kilometers). It occupies most of Eastern Europe and Northern Asia. The relief of Russia is mostly flat. The world's deepest lake – Lake Baikal is situated in Russia. The population of Russia is 146 million people. Russia is a highly – industrialized – agrarian republic. Three - quarters of the republic's mineral wealth is concentrated in Siberia and the Far East.
How Does the Geographical Position Influence the People‘s Lives in Russia? Practically every climate in the world is represented in Russia. The fact that country is situated on such vast territory. Russia is bordered by many countries. That’s why trade respects are so developed. The RF produced more than 78 per cent of all its natural gas, 60 per cent of steel, 80 per cent of timber and 91 per cent of oil. Because country has extensive mineral resources.
Average of life
What does influence the people's lives in every country? The geographical position The climate Industry Agriculture Place of birth Society A scale of people's life
The interview Dislike: to write injustice We have known that… Like: to read to drive a car to take care about his daughter to work with computer In 1978 he visited England. His purpose was-to know about English people‘s life, their traditions and customs, to see interesting places, such as Westminster Abbey, Trafalgar Square and others. Izmailov Vladimir Vasilevich Date of birth – 1951 Profession – English teacher Wife – Lidiya (a teacher) Their daughter – Alina (a pupil) The result: meeting with pupils in our school.
East or West – Home is Best? My name is Grudinina Albina. My native country is Russia. I don’t want to live anywhere else but in Russia. I was born here and I’m not going to leave it. I can’t move to any place because it’s a vast country with various climates, landscapes and possibilities where I can always find a place to my liking. East or West – Home is Best. Russia is a great place to live.
East or West – Home is Best? I am Petrov Seryozha. I live in Russia. My country is the most beautiful country in the world. I was born here and I’m not going to leave it. The countryside around my village is green, with fertile fields and rich vegetation. Through my village flows a wide, clear river. It’s lovely for swimming. The fishing is said to be excellent too. The people are hospitable. I can’t imagine my life in another country without Russian friends, the Russian language, Russian frost and Russian cookery.
I would like to live in…
Conclusion We hope our presentation will help to know many interesting about English – speaking countries, about their traditions and customs.
Documents in presentation are from: 1.Kuzovlev B.P. – «English book 10 – 11 form». 2.Bryusova N.G., Lebedeva N.A. – «Countries and continents» – texts for reading and discussion. «Drofa publishers». 3.«English magazine №1» – 1998 p «English magazine №5» – 2003 p «English magazine №1»– 2004 p «English magazine №6» – 2004 p Klementyeva T. – «English – speaking countries». «Drofa publishers». 8.Beregovaya N.B. – «United States of America». «Drofa publishers». 9.Skorikova T.P. – «Russia».