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Unit 19. Consolidation Tree
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1. Say what you remember about:
2. a) Imagine that you are going to meet a US Congressman. Prepare 8—10 questions that you would like to ask him about his country.
b) Work in pairs. Act out the dialogue with the US Congressman for whom you have prepared your questions.
3. How well do you know Scotland? Give names to the sights in pictures on p. 268.
4. Give five reasons why you would like to go to Wales.
5. Work in pairs and complete the dialogue, then act it out.
Ludmila: Hi, Dmitry! Where have you been? I haven’t seen you for ages.
Dmitry: ..., and then ... .
Ludmila: To the United States? Great! Some people are luckier than others. Did you like it there?
Dmitry: Yes, it was wonderful. Our group visited several big cities in the US.
Ludmila: ... ? Which of them did you like most?
Dmitry: We went to ... . But the most interesting was Washington, D. C.
Ludmila: Why Washington? I was sure it was not so important as New York.
Dmitry: Washington, D. C. is very important: ... .
Ludmila: Did you go to the place where the US government works?
Dmitry: What do you mean by the US government? It is not as easy as you think........
Ludmila: All this is very interesting but I didn’t quite get what they do in the Capitol and in the White House.
Dmitry: ... .
Ludmila: I hope I’ll have a chance to go to the US some day, see the White House and walk about the Capitol.
6. Comment on this:
“The USA: one nation, many different people.”
7. Work in pairs. Read the questions and let your partner answer them.
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8. Read the text and say: what you think about American food and drink; if there are any fast food restaurants in the place where you live.
American Food And Drink
(by Terry Tomsha)
68. What is “American” food? The answer is that it is part Italian, part British, part German, part Mexican, part Chinese... When people from other countries came to live in the US, they brought different cooking traditions. Some of them opened restaurants. Today Americans enjoy food from all over the world. Over the years some foreign dishes changed a little. Doughnuts1 were originally from Holland. In 1847 a young American boy told his mother that her doughnuts were never cooked in the middle. He cut out the centres and his mother cooked them — and they were very tasty!
Maybe the US is most famous for “fast foods”. The first fast food restaurants served hamburgers, but now they serve other kinds of food too. Inside there is often a “salad bar”, where you can help yourself to as much salad as you want.2
Americans eat a lot, and when they go to a restaurant, they don’t expect to be hungry afterwards. Most restaurants will put a lot of food on your plate — sometimes it can be too much. But if you can’t finish it all, don’t worry: they will give you a “doggy bag” and you can take it home.
Most Americans now have a light breakfast instead of the traditional eggs, bacon, toast, orange juice and coffee. But on weekends there is more time, and a large late breakfast or early lunch (“brunch”) is often eaten with family or friends.
9. Say why you think:
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10. Open the brackets to complete the text.
A Present From Chicago
That year the winter in Chicago (to be) very bad. One morning when railway workers (to come) to the station they (to see) a lot of snow that (to fall) the night before. The workers (not to know) what to do with it. They (not to see) so much snow. They (can) not leave the snow on the platforms because it (to be) dangerous for passengers.
Suddenly, one of the workers (to have) a wonderful idea. The workers (to put) the snow on the freight1 train and (to send) it south to Texas. The workers (to think) that the snow (to melt) away on the way.
The next day five tons of snow (to arrive) in Oklahoma City. The railway workers in Oklahoma City (to be) very happy when they (to see) what Chicago workers (to send) them. “It’s a wonderful present,” they said and (to put) the snow on the children’s playground. Some of the children in Oklahoma City never (to see) snow before!
11. Complete the sentences using the right preposition.
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12. a) Make sure that you know these words:
a workaholic — «òðóäîãîëèê», ÷åëîâåê, êîòîðûé ìíîãî òðóäèòñÿ è íå óìååò îòäûõàòü
b) Listen to the tape, Ø 69, and say whose words they are:
13. Answer the following questions.
14. Put the sentences in the right order and make an outline of the story.