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Unit 11. Consolidation Two
1. Say what you remember about:
• the Lake District
• Land’s End
• Hadrian’s Wall
• Heathrow Airport
• the County of Kent
• Oliver Cromwell
2. Imagine that you are going to meet Prince William, Queen Elizabeth’s grandson. Prepare 8—10 questions that you would like to ask him.
3. How well do you know London? Give names to the places in these pictures.
4. Say where in London you can:
• watch the changing of the Guard.
• see the Crown Jewels.
• feed the pigeons.
• see a very large clock at the top of a tower.
• listen to concerts of classical music.
• listen to a speaker talking to the public.
• do some shopping.
• see collections of English and European pictures.
5. Work in pairs. Read the questions and let your partner answer them. Don’t forget to change over.
- What famous politicians do you know?
- What city is Alexander Pushkin’s birthplace?
- What do you think is the most famous university in Russia?
- How can you prove that Russia is a country of lowlands and highlands?
- What theatre in Moscow is built in the shape of a star?
- What is St. Petersburg famous for?
- What’s the most touching film you have ever seen?
6. Complete the dialogue. Compare your version with the version on the tape. Act the dialogue out, 42.
Ben: Well, Alice, did you enjoy the play?
Alice: ... .
Ben: I think it was wonderful. I like Shakespeare’s plays. I’ve always wanted to see “Romeo and Juliet” in Stratford.
Alice: ... ?
Ben: Oh, yes. The actors were really good, especially the actress playing Juliet.
Alice: How did you like the Shakespeare Memorial Theatre? It’s the biggest I’ve ever seen.
Ben: Yes, it’s huge. I’m glad our seats were ... .
Alice: Now I understand why we have come to Stratford all the way from London. I enjoyed every minute of the play.
Ben: So ... I. Just wait, tomorrow we are going to visit the house in Henley Street.
Alice: ... ?
Ben: Don’t you know? It’s ... .
Alice: Really? Did Shakespeare live all his life in the same house?
Ben: Not quite. ... .
Alice: I didn’t know that. Did Shakespeare have a large family?
Ben: ... .
Alice: I’d like to know more about William Shakespeare and see all his plays in the theatre.
7. Describe the pictures using the words.
a ceremony an avenue a procession a royal coach1 a monarch residence a crown at the exact time a politician to rule the country
teenagers to scream at the top of one’s voice for a while such an exciting film tragedy to hold up the ship wicked pirates
highlands holidaymakers a waterfall scenery to admire a valley/meadow/plain to attract/ attractive exciting/to be excited
1 a royal coach — êîðîëåâñêàÿ êàðåòà
8. Role play the situation.
a) You are taking part in a TV programme “My Discovery of England”. Everyone is asked to speak about the place in England that he/she has discovered for himself/herself.
The list of characters:
- The host or hostess of the programme.1 He begins and finishes the programme making it interesting, talking to guests, asking them questions. Remember: the programme should move fast.
- A group of Russians who have just come back from England (they have been to different parts of the country).
- A journalist who has written a lot of articles about the royal family.
- An actress who is going to play in a historical film about William Shakespeare.
- A geographer who is working on a book about the British Isles.
- An archaeologist interested in the problem of Romans in Britain.
1 a host/hostess of the programme — âåäóùèé ïåðåäà÷è
b) Imagine you are taking part in a British TV programme “My Discovery of Russia”. What places in Russia will you describe?