When in England
Unit 4. EVERY COUNTRY HAS ITS CUSTOMS
4.1. When in England
Ex 1(b), p.100
1. The newspapers are delivered by the postman every morning.
2. My computer was fixed by the technician last Tuesday.
3. The letter was posted yesterday.
4. Three foreign languages are learnt at school by pupils.
5. The books are returned by readers to the library every day.
6. The flat was redecorated by Susan last year.
7. The book was translated into twelve3 foreign languages.
8. Ice cream is made from milk.
1. The museum is visited by hundreds of people every day.
2. The cathedral was built in the seventeenth century.
3. Rod grew up in Liverpool.
4. Cricket is played in summer.
5. These words are heard in the Tower of London.
6. I have lost the ticket to the picture gallery.
P. 102 (b)
1. to find something out
2. to keep one’s eyes opened
3. to be of great importance
4. to have a chat with somebody
Зразок виконання домашнього завдання.
Perhaps even small children know what a Big Ben is. Firstly, it’s the symbol of Great Britain and one of the most beautiful sights of London. Secondly, it’s the largest and the most famous clock in the world. Originally, Big Ben is a tower. It’s one of the highest towers of Westminster Palace. Officially, the clock has started its work on 31 May 1859. According to one of the theories the clock has been named Big Ben after Sir Benjamin Hall, who directed work on the casting of the bell. Another theory claims that it has been named after Benjamin Caunt, who was one of the well-known heavyweight boxers of the 19th century. Surprisingly, the tower of Big Ben used to be a prison where over riotous parliamentarians were kept. Big Ben has become a popular souvenir for tourists. Almost all visitors of London buy a small souvenir in the shape of the world-famous clock.
Time to read
1. If you keep your eyes open, you’ll see if the things are right or wrong.
2. One things I have found out is that the English are that the Englishmen are very sociable.
3. They mentioned the ceremony of the Keys.
4. The tradition was set up by the conductor Sir henry Wood.
Nowadays the festival is held at the Royal Albert Hall.
Time to Communicate
P. 105 (a)
1. Say that England and the English are different from the continental countries in many respects. We have many stereotypes about the English. But if you keep your eyes open, you’ll see if the things are right or wrong. I can’t wait to talk to the English myself.
2. The English are fond of their history and they know their traditions very well. As home to the crown Jewels, security at the Tower has always been of great importance. Football and tennis are thought to be the purely English sports. But in fact it’s cricket.
When in England