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Unit 9. England

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1. Look at the pictures. Say what parts of England they show and describe these areas.

2. Say what these places are connected with.

Example: Liverpool is connected with trade1 as it is one of the biggest ports in England.

Stratford-upon-Avon
Sheffield
Brighton
Liverpool
The Lake District
Cambridge
Dover
London

education
history
theatre
culture
industry
farming
trade
holidaymaking

1 trade

3. Say what places in England attract crowds of tourists and why.

Example: The Lake District attracts crowds of tourists because it has very beautiful scenery.

4. Look at the picture. There is an apple, a banana, a cabbage, a potato, a tomato, a cucumber, a carrot and an orange on the table. Where are the rest of them?

Example: The rest of the apples are in the box.

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What a warm day!
What a strong wind!
What a beautiful river!
What a lovely hedge!
What an old university!

What nice scenery!
What cold water!
What nasty weather!
What deep knowledge!
What short hair!

              What dangerous pirates!
              What long roads!
              What exciting stories!
              What tasty potatoes!
              What attractive faces!

5. Imagine that you are travelling about England and you admire everything that you see around. Make up true sentences and express what you feel.

What

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exciting
attractive
deep
romantic
beautiful
green
flat
great
long
unusual

news!
work!
scenery!
valleys!
meadow!
plain!
weather!
knowledge!
information!
cities!

6. Express the same in English.

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7. Tesco is the name of the well-known supermarket in England. Look at Tescos prices and say what Mary, Andy, Tim and May can buy with the money they have. And you?

Example: With £5 and 90p Ive got I can buy 100 g of Nescafe1 coffee, one lb (pound) of English Coxs apples, 1 kg (kilo) of chicken and 2 kg (kilos) of red potatoes.

1 Nescafe
2 per 1 kg
3 per 100 g 100
4 for 2 l 2
5 per 1 lb 1 ( )

8. Say where you can buy them.

Example: I can buy potatoes at the greengrocers.

fish
flour
a cake
sour cream
potatoes
a loaf of
bread
carrots
yogurt

beef
fresh milk
sausages
a carton of cream
a pound of bacon
a tin of fruit
a bar of chocolate

at the grocers
at the butchers
at the fishmongers
(at the fish shop)
at the greengrocers
at the supermarket
at the dairy
at the confectionery
at the bakers

9. In these dialogues the replies are all mixed up. Put them in the right order and act out the dialogues.

  1. Hello. Can I have a tin of fish soup, please?
    No, thanks.
    Here you are. Anything else?
    One pound ten, please.
    Thanks.
    Thank you.
  2. Can I have a hamburger and a cup of coffee, please?
    Thanks. How much is that?
    Good morning.
    OK. Here you are.
    Morning. Can I help you?
    Thank you.
    Three pounds twenty.
  3. Hello.
    Oh, I forget, I need a plastic bag, please.
    One kilo of English Coxs apples, please.
    Thank you.
    Here you are.
    Hello.
    Theyre 90 p for a kilo.
    They are 20 p.
    Heres the money and thanks a lot.
    Goodbye.
    How much are they?
  4. All right.
    Yes, two cartons.
    Bill, would you go and get some rice?
    Yogurt?
    Shall I get anything else?
    Yes. How much shall I get?
    Oh, yes, get a bottle of milk or perhaps two and yes, some yogurt too.
    Get one packet.

 

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