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1)What comes to your mind when you hear the word ‘London’?

1)What comes to your mind when you hear the word ‘London’?

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1)What comes to your mind when you hear the word ‘London’?

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  1. 1)What comes to your mind when you hear the word ‘London’? • 2)Do you think London is the greatest city in the world? 3)What do you know about life in London? • 4)What is your image of Londoners? • 5)Would you like to live in London? • 6)What things can tourists do in London? • 7)Do you think the 2012 London Olympics will be good? • 8)Is London the best place to live in the UK?


  3. Trafalgar Square

  4. Trafalgar Square • There are always a lot of people and pigeons on the square. • Every winter there is a big Christmas tree which is a gift from Norway in the middle of the square. • On New Year’s Eve people gather around the tree.

  5. BuckinghamPalace • This is the Queen’s home. • It was built in 1703. • There is a great collection of paintings.

  6. The Queen of Great Britain • The Queen of Great Britain is Elizabeth II. Her husband is Duke of Edinburgh. • They have got 4 grown-up children: Prince Charles, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew and Prince Edward.

  7. Westminster Abbey • This is a holy place. • All English kings have been crowned and buried in the church since 1308.

  8. Westminster Cathedral • It was built between 1895 and 1903. • This is the seat of the Cardinal Archbishop and the leading Roman Catholic Church in England. • Its bell tower is 84 metres high.

  9. The Houses of Parliament • This big palace is the most famous building in the world – the British Parliament. • The building is 280 metres long. • There are more than 1000 rooms.

  10. Big Ben • Big Ben, the big clock tower, is the symbol of London. It strikes hours.

  11. Tower • The Tower of London has been a fortress, a palace, an arsenal, a mint, a prison, an observatory, a zoo, the home of the Crown Jewels and a tourist attraction.

  12. Imperial State Crown • The Tower’s greatest treasure is the Imperial State Crown. • There are 2 800 diamonds on it.

  13. Beefeaters • The quards of the Tower are called Beefeaters. • The legend says that if the ravens leave, the Tower and the country will fall.

  14. Tower Bridge • The most famous • bridge in London • is a Tower bridge.

  15. Tower Bridge • Tower Bridge is a bascule-bridge. • The bascules will open to let ships pass through.

  16. St. Paul’s Cathedral • St.Paul’s Cathedral is a famous building too. • Prince Charles and Princess Diana married here in 1981.

  17. Madame Tussauds Waxmuseum • Here you can see famous people, good and bad, made of wax. • This is Queen Elizabeth I.

  18. King Henry VIII with his wives

  19. Double-deckers • There are big red buses called double-deckers in London. • People sit upstairs and downstairs on these buses. • Tourists like them very much.

  20. Taxis • Taxis in London are old-fashioned black cars.

  21. Telephone booths From here you can call your friends.

  22. River Thames • Thames flows through London. • The River Thames is 338 km long. • It is 245 m wide here. • Even big seaships can visit London.

  23. Marcia says that all of her friends have a cell phone, but Marcia’s mom doesn't want to buy her one. Marcia's mom doesn't want Marcia to play video games either. What is more, the Internet scares her. Marcia's mom says, “If Marcia has a cell phone, how do we know whom she is talking to? Video games are bad for you. The Internet is dangerous and uncontrolled. It’s like having a gun in the house. We should just ban her from using the computer, and I'm not buying her a cell phone until she is eighteen. This is the only way we can be sure that Marcia is safe." Marcia’s dad disagrees with Marcia's mom. Although he agrees that there are some dangers to it, he likes the Internet, and finds it to be very useful. “The trouble is,” he says, “We just can’t stop Marcia from using the Internet, as this would put her at a disadvantage. What is more, I like video games. I think that, when played in moderation, they are fun. Obviously, it is not good to play them without restraint or self-control. Finally, I think Marcia needs a cell phone. We can’t take these things away.”

  24. Homonyms: Words that have the same spelling and same pronunciation, but different meanings. Directions: Choose (a) or (b) Example: I hope you are not lying _(a)_ to me. (a) telling a lie My books are lying _(b)_ on the table. (b) being in a horizontal position 1. The kids are going to watch ___ TV tonight. (a) small clock worn on the wrist What time is it? I have to set my watch____. (b) look at 2. Which page _____ is the homework on? (a) one sheet of paper Please page _____the doctor if you need help. (b) to call someone on an electronic pager 3. Let’s play ___ soccer after school. (a) participate in a sport The author wrote a new play ___. (b) theater piece 4. Ouch! The mosquito bit ___ me! (a) a tiny amount I’ll have a little bit ___ of sugar in my tea. (b) past tense of bite 5. My rabbits are in a pen ___ outside. (a) a writing instrument which uses ink Please sign this form with a black pen ___. (b) an enclosed area