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  • Great Britain. London. - 7 . 7 . Great Britain. London.
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  • Welcome to the United Kingdom! London is the capital of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Here is the map of the UK: There are 4 parts in the United Kingdom: 1. England 2. Scotland 3. Wales 4. Northern Ireland
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  • Every part of the UK has its own symbol: Daffodil - Daffodil - Rose - Rose - Thistle - Thistle - Shamrock- Shamrock- Wales England Scotland Northern Ireland
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  • Make up the right combination of following parts, flags and cities of the United Kingdom: 1.Cardiff 2.London 3.Edinburgh 4.Londonderr y a. England a. England b. Wales b. Wales c. Northern Ireland c. Northern Ireland d. Scotland d. Scotland
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  • Check yourself: 1.Cardiff2.London3.Edinburgh 4.Londonderr y a. England b. Wales c. Northern Ireland d. Scotland
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  • Great Britain The British Isles lie in the north-west of Europe. Great Britain includes England, Scotland, Wales. It is separated from Ireland by the Irish Sea, and from continent by the English Channel and the Straits of Dover. Great Britain and Northern Ireland form the UK. The British Isles lie in the north-west of Europe. Great Britain includes England, Scotland, Wales. It is separated from Ireland by the Irish Sea, and from continent by the English Channel and the Straits of Dover. Great Britain and Northern Ireland form the UK.
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  • 1.The highest mountain in the UK is Ben Nevis in Scotland (1343 m). 2.The longest river is the Severn. It is in the south- west of England. 3.The main industrial centres are Sheffield, Birmingham and Manchester. 4.The important ports of the country are London, Liverpool, Glasgow and others.
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  • Answer the questions using the map: 1. Where do the British Isles lie? (in.?.of Europe) a. south-west. b. north-west. C. west-north. 2. What does Great Britain include? a.Northern Ireland. b. Northern Iceland. c. Scotland c. Scotland. 3. What is the highest mountain in the UK? a. Ben Nevis. b. Big Nevis. c. Big Ben. 4. What is the longest river in the UK? a. the Volga. b. the Severn. c. the Thames. 5. What is the main industrial centre of the UK? a. Exeter. b. Sheffield. c. Brecon. 6. What city is the port of the UK? a. Manchester. B. Nottingham. C. Liverpool. 1.b 2.c 3. a 4. b 5. b 6. c Look the right answers:
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  • London is the capital of Great Britain. London lies on both banks of the river Thames. More than eleven million people live in London. It is the largest city in Europe and one of the largest cities in the world. Welcome to London
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  • The most important parts of London are: the City, the West End, the East End and Westminster. the East End the West End the West End the City the City Westminster Westminster
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  • The big clock on the tower of the Palace of Westminster in London is called Big Ben. Big Ben It weights 13.5 tons. The clock tower is 318 feet high.
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  • Tower of London Tower of London The Tower of London was built in1066. H Hundreds of years ago the Tower was a castle. F For many years the Tower was a state prison. A At present many people visit the Tower as a museum.
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  • Great Britain is more than London. It has more living symbols of its past than many other countries But London is a heart of Great Britain.
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  • See you, London!
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  • Test yourself 1 I. What sentences are true (T) or false (F)? a. London is the capital of Wales. b. The most important parts of London are: the City, the West End, the East End and Westminster. East End and Westminster. c. Big Ben weights 14.5 tons. c. Big Ben weights 14.5 tons. d. The Tower of London was built in1166. d. The Tower of London was built in1166. e. Tower Bridge was built in 1894. e. Tower Bridge was built in 1894. f. There are two houses in the Parliament: the House of Lords and the f. There are two houses in the Parliament: the House of Lords and the House of Commons. House of Commons. g. Westminster Abbey was built by the King William. g. Westminster Abbey was built by the King William. h. On the column in the centre of Trafalgar Square there is a statue of h. On the column in the centre of Trafalgar Square there is a statue of Admiral Nelson. Admiral Nelson. i. Buckingham Palace is the Lords London residence. i. Buckingham Palace is the Lords London residence. j. The Changing the Guards happens every day at 11.30 a.m. j. The Changing the Guards happens every day at 11.30 a.m. k. The London Eye is a giant bicycle wheel,135 meters (443 feet) in k. The London Eye is a giant bicycle wheel,135 meters (443 feet) in diameter. diameter.
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  • Now check yourselves: a. London is the capital of Wales. ( false ) b. The most important parts of London are: the City, the West End, the East End and Westminster. c. Big Ben weights 14.5 tons. ( false ) d. The Tower of London was built in1166. ( false ) e. Tower Bridge was built in 1894. f. There are two houses in the Parliament: the House of Lords and the House of Commons. g. Westminster Abbey was built by the King William. ( false ) h. On the column in the centre of Trafalgar Square there is a statue of Admiral Nelson. i. Buckingham Palace is the Lords London residence. ( false ) j. The Changing the Guards happens every day at 11.30 a.m. k. The London Eye is a giant bicycle wheel,135 meters (443 feet) in diameter.
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  • 1. Cardiff 2. Shamrock 2. Shamrock 3. the Thames 3. the Thames 4. the big clock 4. the big clock 5. a royal palace, a state prison 5. a royal palace, a state prison 6. the symbol of London 6. the symbol of London 7. the House of Lords 7. the House of Lords 8. the King Edward 8. the King Edward 9. a statue of Admiral Nelson 9. a statue of Admiral Nelson 10. the Queen of the UK, Elizabeth II 10. the Queen of the UK, Elizabeth II Test yourself 2 II. Which places of the UK (Great Britain and London) do you associate with the following words? associate with the following words? 1.Wales 2.Northern Ireland 3.London 4.Big Ben 5.Tower of London 5.Tower of London 6.Tower Bridge 7.The Houses of Parliament 8.Westminster Abbey 9.Trafalgar Square 10.Buckingham Palace