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Write some questions and answers about Great Britain

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How many pats of Great Britain?
What national simbol of England?
How many million people live in Schotland?
What is a capitals of Wales?
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How many pats of Great Britain?
What national simbol of England?
How many million people live in Schotland?
What is a capitals of Wales?

bavarde
bavarde
bavarde
Geographically it is divided into 5 regions.
The national symbol of England is the red rose.
A little over 5 million - in Scotland.
Cardiff is the capital of Wales.

Anjutik
Anjutik
Anjutik
How many pats of Great Britain?4 pats Nothern Ireland ,England ,Wales ,Schotland.
What national simbol of England? red rose
How many million people live in Schotland? Population - 2005 estimate 5,116,900
What is a capitals of Wales? Cardiff

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dusa
dusa
Great Britain have 3 parts.
National simbol of England is red rose.
In Scotland live around 6 million people.
Wales capital is Cardiff.

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How many pats of Great Britain?-4 pats Nothern Ireland ,England ,Wales ,Schotland.
What national simbol of England?-rose
How many million people live in Schotland?-6 million people
What is a capitals of Wales?-Belfast
№ 22030, Angļu valoda, 5 klase
mY favorite food, and instruction)

PINK_Pamella
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PINK_Pamella
My favorite food is chicken and lamb , i can tell who i really love it , because it is very tasty , and not so bad for healthy . It just wonderfull and brilliant !

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I love tasting various ethnic foods in addition to traditional Japanese dishes. Especially I love eating good quality of sushi. I and my family used to go to a sushi restaurant called "Kaburaya" at Nagayama, Higashi-miyuki-cho, Toyohashi. It serves a great/fresh collection of Kaiseki-style sushi (a traditional sushi dish) in a comfortable and friendly facility. We are missing it very much since we moved to Otsu-shi, Shiga-ken in March, 1998. We may have to find the alternative. Now we are staying in Vancouver and find many ethnic food restaurants so we are happy to experience a variety of ethnic foods here.

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7. Speak about foods you like and dislike. Describe any recipe.

Meals play an important role in human life. Because it contained indispensable ingredients for life activity of our organism. Such as dioxides, fats, minerals and vitamins. They are contained in fish, vegetables, fruits, meat and other food stuffs . To be healthy man should eat 3 times a day. For lunch people usually eat buiscuits, toasts, sandwiches, cheese and drink coffee or tea with cream and sugar accordingly to your taste . For dinner we eat some soup, salad and fowl, fish or meat with garnish. Many people have to eat out of home in restaurants or in cafes . In such places you can order French fries, hamburgers, cheeseburgers, crisps, pizza and many others, but these meals are very harmful for our health. For the last 10 years in Moscow and in over big cities appeared a lot of restaurants and fast-food cafes. And with each year them becomes ever more. The old restaurants, such as Prague, were advanced, and at the same time has appeared a lot of new. From a net of restaurants of a fast feed(meal) by first has appeared McDonalds, and then Russian bistro Sbarro, Ёlki palki, Patio pizza and т.д Such trade marks as McDonalds , Sbarro and Patio a pizza are known all over the world, and in what you to the country would not be , whether it be Russia, Great Britain or USA quality of meal and е ё of assortment in these restaurants everywhere identical. And such restaurants as Russian bistro and елки палки are only in Russia, and were created on an image and similarity of McDonalds. each of these restaurants has firm dish. For example McDonalds associates with Big Mag Sbarro and Patio a pizza offer very tasty pizzas, in Russian bistro a wide range of pies made on the Russian recipe. But the cheapest and qualitative meal can be found in McDonalds. In Russia unfortunately price level in restaurants of a fast food, and in expensive restaurants very strongly differs and many people simply are not capable to pay the accounts. In Great Britain and in USA considerably more people can visit restaurants. Plus to all service in restaurants of Russia can not be compared with European yet. Also nowadays many restaurants give services in delivery of their most known dishes directly to you home. For this purpose it is necessary only to call and to name that want. In Europe this system exists for a long time, and in Russia it has appeared absolutely recently. In Moscow besides restaurants with Russian there are the restaurants with the Chinese, Japanese, Indian, Turkish and Spanish kitchen witch use the large popularity. But it is not enough of them and the prices same are accessible not to all .
As besides restaurants it is possible to find set of tents in streets of Moscow selling hot meal, but the quality of it very doubtful. I hope that in due course will occur ever more and more restaurants offering tasty, qualitative and useful meal.

5. Speak about foods you like and dislike. Describe any recipe.

Meals play an important role in human life. Because it contained indispensable ingredients for life activity of our organism. Such as dioxides, fats, minerals and vitamins. They are contained in fish, vegetables, fruits, meat and other food stuffs . To be healthy man should eat 3 times a day. For lunch people usually eat buiscuits, toasts, sandwiches, cheese and drink coffee or tea with cream and sugar accordingly to your taste . For dinner we eat some soup, salad and fowl, fish or meat with garnish. Many people have to eat out of home in restaurants or in cafes . In such places you can order French fries, hamburgers, cheeseburgers, crisps, pizza and many others, but these meals are very harmful for our health. There are people who like salty and spicy or sweet food. Also we all like roasted and grilled food , but such it is also very harmful . Nowadays a lot of people believe that only healthy food must be eaten. They don’t eat spaghetti, chops, sausages, grilled meat fish, fowl. They prefer to eat boiled and stewed vegetables such as cabbage, cauliflower, egg-plants, carrots. They certainly eat meat and fish but only boiled. Also there are people who don’t eat meat or fowl at all . They are vegetarians. But it isn’t good, because in fish and in meat there are some ingredients without which our health won’t be strong. In all big cities you can find Indian, Chinese Japanese and other oriental restaurants . Nowadays you can order you favourite meals by telephone, but despite it a lot of people like to cook themselves .Before cooking something you must buy some food stuffs. In big cities there are supermarkets and department stores where you can buy everything you need in daily life: from a tooth brush up to cars and furniture. Certainly you can buy there any you food stuffs. like Also there are food shops and markets. In markets it is better to buy greens, vegetables and fruits. Meat, fowl and fish it is safer to bay in shops because they must be kept refrigerator. As for me I like salty and spicy food . For example I’ll never refuse to eat grilled meat or stuffed egg-plants. I like caviar, shrimps, pate, bacon, cold pork.

Hot Dogs.

Tad Dorgan, a sports cartoonist, gave the frankfurter its nickname in 1906. Munching on a frank at a baseball game, he concluded that it resembled a dachshund’s body and put that whimsy into a drawing, which he captioned “Hot dog”.
Sausages go all the way back to ancient Babylon, but the hot dog was brought to the U.S.A. shortly before the Civil War by a real Frankfurter – Charles Feltman, a native of Frankfurt, Germany, who opened a stand in New York and sold grilled sausages on warmed rolls – first for a dime apiece, later, a nickel.
The frank appealed to busy Americans, who – as an early 19th century comment put it – tend to live by the maxim of “gobble, gulp and go”. Nowadays Americans consume more than 12 billion frankfurters a year.

Hamburgers.

Modern hamburgers on a bun were first served at the St. Louis Fair in 1904, but Americans really began eating them in quantity in the 1920s, when the White Castle snack bar chain featured a small, square patty at a very low price. Chopped beef, tasty and easily prepared, quickly caught on as family fare, and today hamburger stands, drive-ins, and burger chains offer Americans their favorite hot sandwich at every turn.
The history of the hamburger dates back to medieval Europe. A Tartar dish of shredded raw beef seasoned with salt and onion juice was brought from Russia to Germany by early German sailors. The lightly broiled German chopped-beef cake, with pickles and pumpernickel on the side, was introduced to America in the early 1800s by German immigrants in the Midwest.

Doughnuts.

It was early Dutch settlers and the Pennsylvania Germans who introduced the yeasty, deep-fried doughnut to America. To the Dutch it was a festive food, eaten for breakfast on Shrove Sunday.
Legend has it that doughnut got its hole in 1847 when Hanson Gregory, a lad later to become a sea captain, complained to his mother that her fried cakes were raw in the center and poked hole4s in the next batch before they were cooked.
During World War I, when the Salvation Army served them to the troops, doughnuts really took off as popular fare. Since then, coffee and doughnuts become a national institution. Stores sell them plain, sugared, frosted, honey-dipped, or jam-filled.

Apple pie

At its best, with a savory filling and crisp, light-brown crust, apple pie has long been favorite on American tables.
Apples and apple seems were among the precious supplies the early colonists brought to the New World. The first large apple orchards were planted near Boston by William Blaxton in the 1600s. When he moved to Rhode Island in 1635, he developed the tart Rhode Island Greening, still considered one of America’s finest apple pies.
As the fruit became abundant, many settlers ate apple pie at every meal. Garnished with a chunk of cheese, it was a favorite colonial breakfast dish. By the 18th century apple pie became so popular that Yale College in New Haven served it every night at supper for more than 100 years.
America’s love affair with apple pie has remained constant. Today’s housewives, pressed for time, can shortcut the tradition by buying the pastry ready-made at bakeries and supermarkets. Many variation on the good old original are available, but the classical apple pie, irresistible when topped with a slice of rat-trap cheese or slathered with vanilla ice cream, is still America’s favorite.

Potato chips.

George Crumb, an American Indian who was the chef at Moon’s Lake House in Saratoga Springs, New York, in the mid-19th century, was irked when a
finicky dinner guest kept sending back his French fried potatoes, complaining they were too thick. In exasperation, Crumb shaved the potatoes into tissue-thin slice and deep-fried them in oil. He had a dishful of crisp “Saratoga chips” presented to the guest, who was delighted with the new treat.
Potato chips became the specialty of Moon’s Lake House and, later, America’s crunchiest between-meal snack.

Coca-Cola.

America’s best known soft drink was first concocted by an Atlanta pharmacist in 1886. The syrup was cooked up by John S. Pemberton from extracts of coca leaves and the kola nut. He then organized the Pemberton Chemical Company, and Coca-Cola syrup mixed with plain water was sold in a local drug-store for 5 cents a glass.
Sales were slow until in 1887 a prosperous Atlanta druggist, Asa G. Candler, bought the Coca-Cola formula – then as now a carefully guarded secret – and added carbonate water to the syrup instead of plain water.
Advertisement stressing the words “delicious” and “refreshing” and carry coupons for free Coca-Cola added to the increase in consumption. A system of independent local bottling companies was developed, and the flared bottle, familiar worldwide and said to resemble the hobble skirt, was designed in 1916.
In 1919 the company was sold out for $25 million to a group headed by Ernest Woodruff. Under his son, Robert W. Woodruff, Coca-Cola rapidly expanded its market. By the mid-1970s more than 150 million Cokes a day were sold in country all over the world.
Today Coca-Cola has to compete with many other soft drinks, but it is still one of the symbols of the United States.

CheRry
CheRry
CheRry
My favorite food is potatoes with meet.
The first take a potatoes and peel it.
The second boil it.
The third take a meet and fry it.
Finaly enjoy it.
№ 22089, Angļu valoda, 6 klase
Grāmata: Challenge 2. Form 6. Fourth Year of English (Matisāne V.)
Uzdevuma numurs: 0120000

Powalusta ( Project ) na temu Great Britain
nemnogo
1) mountains
2) lakes
3) river
4) tradition
5) sports
Powalusta mne eto nuwno do 06.10.2007 18.00

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Great Britain is the largest island of the British Isles. It lies to the northwest of Continental Europe, with Ireland to the west, and makes up the larger part of the territory of the United Kingdom. It is surrounded by over 1000 smaller islands and islets. With an area of 209,331 km² (80,823 square miles) the island of Great Britain is the largest of the British Isles.[2] It is the largest island in Europe, and eighth largest in the world.[2] It is the third most populous island after Java and Honshū.[3]
Great Britain stretches over approximately ten degrees of latitude on its longer, north-south axis. Geographically, the island is marked by low, rolling countryside in the east and south, while hills and mountains predominate in the western and northern regions. Before the end of the last ice age, Great Britain was a peninsula of Europe; the rising sea levels caused by glacial melting at the end of the ice age caused the formation of the English Channel, the body of water which now separates Great Britain from continental Europe at a minimum distance of 21 miles (34 km).
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GREAT BRITAN

1. LOCATION, POPULATION, CLIMATE

1) The official name of Great Britain is the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (UK). 2) It occupies the territory of the British Isles. 3) It is composed of about 5,500 large and small islands. 4) The two biggest islands are Great Britain and Ireland. 5) Great Britain (UK) consists of four countries: England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. 6) Their capitals are London, Edinburgh, Cardiff and Belfast. 7) The total area of the UK is about 244,100 square kilometers. 8) The country is washed by the Atlantic Ocean, the North Sea and the Irish Sea. 9) The population of Great Britain is over 57 million people. 10) As the United Kingdom is an island state the climate there is very specific. 11) It is not very cold in winter and never very hot in summer. 12) There is no ice on the lakes and rivers in winter. 13) It often rains in all seasons. 14) Besides, Britain is famous for its fogs. 15) The weather changes so often that Englishmen say that they have no climate in Great Britain, but only weather. 16) The nature of Great Britain is picturesque. 17) There are many rivers and beautiful lakes there. 18) One of the most wonderful parts of the country is called Lake District. 19) The main rivers of Great Britain are the Severn and the Thames. 20) There are no great forests in the British Isles. 21) As for the mountains they are not very high, but very beautiful. 22) The most picturesque region of the country is Highlands in the North of Scotland. 23) This is the region of mountains, rivers and cosy towns and villages.

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Great Britain

“Great Britain” has several different names. Some people say “Britain”, or “the United Kingdom”,
or just “UK”. There are four different countries in the United Kingdom: England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland.
Altogether more than 56 million people live in Britain, many of them in big industrial cities like London,
Liverpool and Manchester, but people are often surprised by how much of Britain is open country, with lonely
hills and woods, quiet rivers, lakes and farmlands.

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№ 22140, Angļu valoda, 5 klase
(T)of(F)
1. The Thames is in Wales.
2. Ben Nevis is the highest point in Scotland.
3. The longest river in Great BRITAIN IS THE SEVERN.
4. O'Henry is a typical Scottish name.
5. You can dial 999 in emergency.

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1.F
2.T
3.F
4?
5F

CheRry
CheRry
CheRry
1) False
2) true
3) true
4)false
5) i dont know) mey be false?

Vinipuh
Vinipuh
Vinipuh
1.T
2.T
3.F
4.T.
5.F

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1) t
2) f
3)t
4)t
5)f
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( Да Настя я незнала что ты в пятом классе )
1.London is the capital of Great Britain ( T )
2.The Thames is in Wales ( F )
3.Ben Nevis is the highest point in Scotland ( T )
4.The longest river in Great Britain is the Severn ( F )
5.O'Henri is a typical Scottish name ( F )
6.You can dial 999 in emergency ( T )
7.People like betting before games or horse racing ( T )
8.The Wimblendon Tennis Tournament is in Ascot ( F )


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№ 22165, Angļu valoda, 5 klase
2. Complete the story with the verbs in the boxes.Use the past simple.
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CAN NOT MISS NOT BE NOT LIKE STAY THINK
________________________________________________
Jack is 16 years old.He comes from Plant City in the USA.Last year he STAYED in Britain for a year.At first he__________________(1) it very much.He________________________(2) the people___________________(3) very friendly.Sometimes he ___________________(4) understand them!He_____________________________(5) his family and friends in America.

bavarde
bavarde
bavarde
Jack is 16 years old. He comes from Plant City in the USA. Last year he STAYED in Britain for a year. At first he didn't like it very much. He thought the people were not very friendly.Sometimes he couldn't understand them! He missed his family and friends in America.

Vinipuh
Vinipuh
Vinipuh
1 - did not like
2 - thought
3 - were not
4 - can not
5 - missed

Soneely
Soneely
Soneely
1. liked
2.thought
3. was
4.could
5.missed

omnium
omnium
omnium
1) liked
2) thought
3) were not
4) didn't
5) missed

Anjutik
Anjutik
Anjutik
Jack is 16 years old.He comes from Plant City in the USA.Last year he STAYED in Britain for a year.At first he liked (1) it very much.He_thought (2) the people were 3) very friendly.Sometimes he did not4) understand them!He missed 5) his family and friends in America.
№ 24173, Angļu valoda, 11 klase
Jāizveido stāstiņš pielietojot visus 15vārdiņus:hear from,bumb into,wave to,connect with,glare at,smile at,chat with,shout at,whisper to,write a letter to,wink at,shake hands with,make an appointment with,communicate with,have a meeting with.....help ļoti vajag:)pld jau iepriekš

DJ Kalle
DJ Kalle
DJ Kalle
I remembered that I have an appointment with my doctor today even I haven't heard from him for a long time. So, I gathered my things, chatted with my brothers and left the house. Walking down the stairs I heard my neighbor shouting at each other, as usual their way how to communicate with each other. I got quick out of the street and it was too quick that I almost bumped into big man. We only connected with glare and few kind words of apologies were said. I think he also smiled at me because of this awkward moment. But I kept walking down the street and noticed my friend going in to the shop. I waved to him but he didn't see me. I didn't try to follow to him because of the lack of the time and I can write a letter to him by e-mail.
I made my way to the doctor. He was already waiting for me. We shake hands and he said that he don't have enough time because he has a very important meeting with his colleagues. I heard the whispers in the other room but doctor just winked with no explanation.
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Since 1994,the people at Save Our Seals have saved more then three hundred seals from the seas of Britain.It started in the winter of 1994 when a man ....saw..........(see) a seal on the beach and ......thougt.............(think) it needed help.Actually,the seal ...was....(be) asleep, said Cathy Taylor of SOS.But since then people phoned (phone) us when they see a seal on the beach and we always took( take)every seal back to SoS, We help them then we put them back in the sea. ........somebody phoned (phone) you about him?I asked, pointing at a small seal.Sammy?We brought(bring) him here in a
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Since 1994,the people at Save Our Seals have saved more then three hundred seals from the seas of Britain.It started in the winter of 1994 when a man ..............(see) a seal on the beach and ...................(think) it needed help.Actually,the seal .......(be) asleep, said Cathy Taylor of SOS.But since then people ......(phone) us when they see a seal on the beach and we ....(always take)every seal back to SoS, We help them and then we put them back in the sea. ........somebody........(phone) you about him?I asked, pointing at a small seal.Sammy?We ........(bring) him here in a cage.

depra4ka
depra4ka
depra4ka
Since 1994,the people at Save Our Seals have saved more then three hundred seals of Britain.It started in the winter of 1994 when a man saw a seal on the beach and thought it needed help.Actually,the seal was asleep,said Cathy Taylor of SOS.But since then people phone us when they see a seal on the beach and we we always take every seal back to SOS.We help them and then we put them back in the sea.Did somebody phoned you about him?I asked,pointing at a small seal.Sammy?We brang him here in a cage.

Stasja
Stasja
Stasja
saw
thought
has been
has been phoning
always take
Has ..phoned
brought

maka
maka
maka
Since 1994,the people at Save Our Seals have saved more then three hundred seals from the seas of Britain.It started in the winter of 1994 when a man saw a seal on the beach and thought it needed help.Actually,the seal was asleep, said Cathy Taylor of SOS.But since then people has called us when they see a seal on the beach and we always took every seal back to SoS, We help them and then we put them back in the sea. have somebody called you about him?I asked, pointing at a small seal.Sammy?We brought him here in a cage.

oggy
oggy
oggy
saw
think
was
called
always took (neesmu parliecinats)
called
brought

ceru ka kkas nodereja :)

vasabi
vasabi
vasabi
1.saw 2 thouht 3 was 4was phoning 5 always took 6phoning 7brought
№ 26546, Angļu valoda, 8 klase
nado napisatj so4ineija na teu "my fouvorit sport" sport budet streljboj iz pistoleta pliz help me :)

Gruncis
Gruncis
Gruncis
My favourite sport.
My favourite sport is basketball. I really enjoy watching the games. Playing with my friends also is very interesting. Of course to learn basketball you have to practise every day, but that ain`t a problem if you live next to basketball field.
An inportant thing in basketball is height. Of course there are famous baskteball player who ain`t very tall, but if you are above 2 metres it`s quite helpfull.

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bavarde
http://bobych.ru/english/oly.18.html

anjutka
anjutka
anjutka
All kinds of sports and games are cultivated in our country as well as in England, the USA and other countries of the world. Tennis, hockey, volley-ball and football have become very popular in Russia. Football is my favourite sport. The term “football” is understood differently in the US and Britain. For a Britisher “football” is the same as what is known to be “футбол” in our country. For an American “football” means “rugby”, while the game usually played here in Russia is known as “soccer”. Soccer is played by two teams, equal in number, each consisting of eleven players. Tills is, properly speaking, genuine football, the ball being driven
№ 27628, Angļu valoda, 9 klase
vajadzīgs īss un konkrēts apraksts par savām brīvdienām. ~100 vārdi.
paldies jau iepriekš. :)

kristyk
kristyk
kristyk
I went to a Gret Britain on my holidays!It was exciting and interesting holidays- and good experiens to!First we went to England...There was many places to visit! Buckingdam palace, British museum,Vebminsterabey,Picaddely circus, And there is worlds biggest shopping center! In third day we visited Scotland! We visited Lochnes lake- with Nessie-lakes monster, the national clothes for man it is skirts- very strange! we went a place with difrent rocks! Stonhage(rocks was mare than 4000 years old...and at North Irsh I lost my creditcard and my trip ends at this mament! I went home,trip was great

Tvoja Psihi4ka
Tvoja Psihi4ka
Tvoja Psihi4ka
What I do on my weekends? mmm.. Nothing boring,now when it is cold I sit somewhere with my friends,we can go to the cinema,cafe or to somebody flat or summer house.We never get bored because we always have a very good mood.
Also sometime I go somewhere with my parents on weekend,maybe somewhere abroad or to restaurants. It they want they could give me money on a disco,and as you see my weekend goes very good and interesting. But when I meet my grandma we always go to the museums , I don't like them,but she does.

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