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ЗАДАНИЕ №4  

Установите соответствие между заголовками 1–8 и текстами A–G. Запишите свои ответы в таблицу. Используйте каждую цифру только один раз. В задании есть один лишний заголовок. 

1. Places to stay in 
2. Public transport 
3. Cultural differences 
4. Nightlife 
5. Camping holidays 
6. Contacts with neighbours 
7. Different landscapes 
8. Eating out 


A. Sweden is a land of contrast, from the Danish influence of the southwest to the Laplanders wandering freely with their reindeer in the wild Arctic north. And while Sweden in cities is stylish and modern, the countryside offers many simpler pleasures for those who look for peace and calm. The land and its people have an air of reserved calm, and still the world’s best-selling pop group Abba, which used to attract crowds of hysterical fans, come from Sweden. 

B. Historically, Sweden has an interesting story. Its dealings with the outside world began, in fact, during Viking times, when in addition to the well- known surprise attacks of the nearby lands, there was much trading around the Baltic, mostly in furs and weapons. Swedish connections with the other Scandinavian countries, Norway and Denmark, have been strong since the Middle Ages. The monarchies of all three are still closely linked. 

C. Sweden’s scenery has a gentler charm than that of neighbouring Norway’s rocky coast. Much of Sweden is forested, and there are thousands lakes, notably large pools near the capital, Stockholm. The lakeside resort in the centre of Sweden is popular with Scandinavians, but most visitors prefer first the Baltic islands. The largest island, Gotland, with its ruined medieval churches, is a particular attraction. 

D. Sweden boasts a good range of hotels, covering the full spectrum of prices and standards. Many of them offer discounts in summer and at weekends during the winter. In addition, working farms throughout Sweden offer accommodation, either in the main farmhouse or in a cottage nearby. Forest cabins and chalets are also available throughout the country, generally set in beautiful surroundings, near lakes, in quiet forest glades or on an island in some remote place. 

E. Living in a tent or caravan with your family or friends at weekends and on holiday is extremely popular in Sweden and there is a fantastic variety of special places. Most are located on a lakeside or by the sea with free bathing facilities close at hand. There are over 600 campsites in the country. It is often possible to rent boats or bicycles, play mini-golf or tennis, ride a horse or relax in a sauna. It is also possible to camp in areas away from other houses. 

F. Swedes like plain meals, simply prepared from the freshest ingredients. As a country with a sea coast and many freshwater lakes, fish dishes are found on all hotel or restaurant menus. Top-class restaurants in Sweden are usually fairly expensive, but even the smallest towns have reasonably priced self-service restaurants and grill bars. Many restaurants all over Sweden offer a special dish of the day at a reduced price that includes main course, salad, soft drink and coffee. 

G. Stockholm has a variety of pubs, cafes, clubs, restaurants, cinemas and theatres but in the country evenings tend to be very calm and peaceful. From August to June the Royal Ballet performs in Stockholm. Music and theatre productions take place in many cities during the summer in the open air. Outside Stockholm in the 18th-century palace there are performances of 18th-century opera very popular with tourists. 

1.

John always looks on the bright side of life. He is very….

OPTIMIST

2.

The woman across the street is very ….

ATTRACT

3.

The film was quite …

BORE

4.

Kim is very kind and she never … anyone.

CRITIC

5.

Tom is a famous …

PIANO

6.

The food will be ready in a minute. Don’t be so ….

PATIENT

7.

I should learn by heart this list of …… verbs.

REGULAR

8.

The …. of the environment is an issue that concern all of us.  

PROTECT

9.

Simon never studies, so …. that he will pass his exams.

DOUBT

10.

We realized that we had been driving wrong … for an hour.

DIRECT

11.

Nom is a very ….businessman.

SUCCESS

12.

She was so shocked at the news that she was …..

SPEECH

13.

The city centre is full of ……. buildings.

HISTORY

                                      The ABC of cooking ( H/W на 10.05)

It's a (0) (MARVEL).... idea for children to do some cooking at an early age. Generally (1) (SPEAK)...., most    children can't wait to help in the kitchen and love getting involved in the (2) (PREPARE)....of their meals. They should be (3) (COURAGE).... to do so, and care should be taken to (4) (SURE).... they enjoy the experience. It is important to show them how to do things (5) (CORRECT).... but they shouldn't be criticised too much. Although the finished result may not be

quite to your (6) (LIKE)…the young cook will undoubtedly find it quite the (7) (TASTY)....food he or she has ever eaten.

Kitchens can, of course, be (8) (DANGER).... places and so the absolute (9) (IMPORTANT).... of keeping an eye on children at all times cannot be emphasised too (10) (HEAVY)..... Sharp knives, for example, should be avoided until children are old enough to han¬dle them safely.

Преобразуйте слова 

0

Theatre is one of the ___ forms of entertainment.

old

 

1

In the Middle Ages, early dramas were often___

religion

 

2

and ___in churches. For instance, mystery plays

stage

 

3

told Bible stories in a ___ colourful way.

drama

 

4

The first___ theatres were built in the times of

England

 

5

Shakespeare. These theatres were ___, it wasn’t

cover

 

6

until the late 1600s that theatres were____.

roof

 

7

Many early plays were set in exotic ___. But in

locate

 

8

the last 100 years, ____ have written more about

play

 

9

ordinary characters and ___. In the 1960s, many

situated

 

10

plays were kitchen sink dramas___ life in very

ordinary homes.

show

 

Answer the questuons:

1. The symbol of Scotland...

2. The symbol of the USA is ...

3. The symbol of Canada is ...

4. The official language of Great Britain is...

4. The head of the government in the UK is...

5. The main political parties in the USA are ...

6. The First State is the nickname of ...

7. The smallest state in the USA is ...

8. The five Great lakes are in ...

9. The American flag is called ...

10. The executive branch of the USA is ...

11. the legislative branch of Russia is ...

                                                                                                                   Fill in the missing nouns or adjectives into the correct gaps.

NounAdjective
global
importance
possibility
sunny
graphics
employable
occupational
tragedy
minority
nervousness

http://www.englisch-hilfen.de/en/exercises_list/word_formation.htm (упражнения на словообразование)


 
 
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