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1 Eastern Europe Countries and cities

2 Countries Hungary Bulgaria The Czech Republic Poland Romania Albania

3 Countries and capitals HungaryBudapest BulgariaSofia The Czech R.Prague PolandWarsaw RomaniaBucharest AlbaniaTirana

4 Budapest has a population of over 2 million people. The river divides the city into two parts. On the west bank there are woods and hills of Buda and the old town. On the east bank there is the bigger and more modern Pest, the business and shopping centre. From Buda there is a wonderful view the river and the Pest.

5 For thousand years Buda and Pest were two towns. Then in 1873 they joined and became one city, Budapest. Until 1939 Budapest was one of the most important cultural capitals of Europe. Then World War II started. In 1945 the city was in ruins. Thanks international help it was rebuilt and in 1989 after perestpoyka this city became the capital of independent country – Hungary.

6 Budapest is very unusual because it has two completely different parts. You can choose the peace and quiet of Buda’s woods or the excitement of Pest, where there are good theatres, clubs and shops. The public transport here is one of the cheapest in the world. You can travel by underground, bus, taxi. The healthiest thing to do in the city is to visit one of the thirty spa baths and swimming pools. The mineral waters of Budapest are famous, and a very popular way to relax.

7 Prague has a population of over one million people. It is not the biggest city in Europe, but it is certainly one of the most beautiful. It is built on seven hills on the bank of the river Vltava. Fifteen bridges cross the river. The most famous is Charles Bridge, which joins Prague Castle and the old town. The view of the castle from the river is very famous.

8 Prague did not become the capital until October 1918, after World War I, when Czechoslovakia became an independent country. Twenty years later, in 1938, it lost independence again before World War II. In 1948 Communists took control. In 1968 the people tried to free themselves. They fought the soldiers in Wenceslas Square, but they were not successful.

9 Some people say Prague is the most beautiful city in the world! They call it “The Golden City” and “The Mother of Cities” because it still has many beautiful medieval buildings and statues. Perhaps the most popular building is the Old Town Hall with its amazing 15th century astronomical clock. People also call Prague “Europe School of Music”. There are a lot of concert halls, and every May there is a famous Music festival: “Prague Spring” There are also twenty theatres and many old pubs, and restaurants. There is a modern underground, but traffic is still a problem. It is often better to walk and feel the atmosphere of the pretty little streets.

10 Adjectives Comparative and superlative forms

11 Short adjectives Old – older – the oldest Small - smaller – the smallest Cheap - cheaper - the cheapest Large - larger – the largest Big - bigger - the biggest Healthy - healthier – the healthiest

12 Irregular adjectives Much - more - the most Good - better - the best Bad - worse - the worst

13 Long adjectives Beautiful - more beautiful – the most beautiful Modern - more modern - the most modern Interesting – more interesting – the most interesting

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