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14.03

Тask 3. You are going to give a talk about the Internet. You will have to start in 1.5 minutes and will speak for not more than 2 minutes (10-12 sentences).

Remember to say:




  • what people use the Internet for
  • what educational opportunities the Internet offers to students
  • whether the Internet can be harmful for users, and why





You have to talk continuously.





  • what people use the Internet for




Internet is a nice medium to connect with the entire World. People use it as a medium to connect with other people, sharing files, entertainment, information and lots of other activities that are useful and beneficial in many terms. While browsing internet I found many websites which are useful in many ways. 

some Top  Reasons People Use The Internet

1. Information – The Internet is one of the most successful and useful tools mankind has ever created. It is, in fact, the largest library ever created, and is growing daily. 


2. Communication – People use the Internet to communicate with one another. Software has made it possible to stream voice and video across the world with minimal delay, and email has become the main means of communicating for many a modern person. Without the Internet, it would be both more expensive and slower to maintain personal and professional relationships.


3. Entertainment – Many people use the Internet to enjoy themselves . Video and music are easy to find, stream and download…plus, the medium encourages feedback! Indeed, Internet use can go too far. 


4. Work – The Internet provides an alternative to 9-5 workdays, as more and more people can work from home, or “telecommute”. 


5. School – More and more elementary, high school and university curricula require use of the Internet for school work.

6. Relationships – People use the Internet to find, maintain, or end relationships.

But people can get addicted to social networks, too. 

7. Market – People use the Internet to research, find and buy services and products. 


Internet Has Many Benefits

There is so much that students can do with the Internet. Not only can they communicate with international students, they can gain from others' knowledge and experiences, participate in chatrooms, share ideas and solutions and learn about the many diverse cultures out there.

While the Internet does a lot for students, there are also benefits for parents and teachers. The interactive learning that the Internet provides can help students and parents with little or no English skills to learn English. Parents can become more involved in their children's education by connecting the school with homes, libraries or other access ports.

Teachers can adjust to the different learning styles and in the classroom. They can also set their own pace of teaching. Individual teaching techniques can become more available, which has been proven to be a factor in student achievement.

Teachers have the chance to be able to teach at more than one place simultaneously. They may be in a small town but through the Internet, they can be linked to students in more populated areas.

Also, the Internet enables administrators and teachers to spend less time on administration and recordkeeping. This would also give them more time to spend with their students.


Internet Danger #1: Cyberbullying

On the Internet, cyberbullying takes various forms, says Netsmartz411.org, an online resource that educates parents about Internet safety. Cyberbullying includes sending hateful messages or even death threats to children, spreading lies about them online, making nasty comments on their social networking profiles, or creating a website to bash their looks or reputation.

Cyberbullying differs from schoolyard bullying




Internet Safety Tips

Some tips from Netsmartz.org for responding to cyberbullying:




  • To keep others from using their email and Internet accounts, kids should never share Internet passwords with anyone other than parents, experts say.
  • If children are harassed or bullied through instant messaging, help them use the "block" or "ban" feature to prevent the bully from contacting them.
  • If a child keeps getting harassing emails, delete that email account and set up a new one. Remind your child to give the new email address only to family and a few trusted friends.
  • Tell your child not to respond to rude or harassing emails, messages and postings.





7.03

Уметь отвечать на вопросы:





  • 1/ why a healthy lifestyle is more popular nowadays
  • 2/ what you do to keep fit
  • 3/ what sports activities are popular with teenagers in your region




1/ You have to talk continuously.

Nowadays healthy life-style is gaining more and more popularity. Lately people have finally realized that whatever a person would do and whatever post he would hold, health is the most valuable wealth in our life. (*The greatest wealth is Health).

People became more health-conscious. Now everyone understands that healthy nutrition is not a mere name. Even developing countries began to take GMO, colorings and unnatural additives with caution. Now buying only organic and healthy food, eating more fruits and vegetables, as well as going in for sports and keeping fit are in.

Sport is as important as the quality of food. Many people are still lazy and do not want to take up any sports, because they think that sport is only weights and bulky exercise equipments. In fact, sport is an active approach to life and desire to improve a body. We are not talking only about the gyms and professional sports centers. The alternative of any exercises can be dancing, walking and jogging in the open air.

Healthy lifestyle is not only a sound body but also a sound mind. Faith, optimistic approach to life, ability to keep even temper and calm - these things are also equally important.


Перевод текста «Здоровый образ жизни - Healthy life-style»

Здоровый образ жизни в наши времена набирает все больше и больше популярности. За последнее время люди наконец-то поняли, что что бы человек не делал и какую бы должность не занимал, здоровье – это самое ценное богатство в нашей жизни.

Люди стали внимательнее относиться к состоянию своего здоровья. Теперь каждый человек понимает, что правильное питание – это не пустой звук. Даже развивающиеся страны с опаской стали относиться к ГМО, красителям и ненатуральным добавкам. Нынче модно покупать только органические и здоровые продукты, есть больше фруктов и овощей, а также заниматься спортом и быть в форме.

Спорт столь же важен, как и качество пищи. Многие люди до сих пор ленятся и не хотят начинать занятия спортом, так как думают, что спорт – это только штанги и громоздкие тренажеры. На самом деле занятия спортом – это активный подход к жизни и желание усовершенствовать своей тело. Речь не идет только о тренажерных залах и профессиональных спортивных центрах. Альтернативой любых упражнений могут быть танцы, пешая прогулка и бег по свежему воздуху.

Здоровый образ жизни – это не только здоровое тело, но и здоровый дух. Вера, оптимистический подход к жизни, умение сохранять уравновешенность и спокойствие – эти вещи также не менее важны.

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2/

A person who is full of energy, has an attractive appearance and is in good mood deserves everybody’s admiration and is always welcome in companies. Moreover, this person is contented with himself and is open for numerous opportunities that life gives to him.

What is a secret of such a success? The answer lies on the surface. Don’t be lazy and string yourself up to keep in fit. May be you should change your entire lifestyle that is a hard thing to do, but very soon you will feel a positive effect. Don’t be discouraged! The scientists have approved that a person need only twenty one days to get used to something. So, you have only three weeks on discomfort to endure. And perhaps it will not be hard for you at all. As gratitude your body will grant you with lightness and beauty, health and high spirits.

What rules are you to obey to look wonderful? Firstly, you should get rid of bad habits. Smoking and drinking alcohol don’t give you any benefit. Smoking ruins your lungs, badly influence the complexion, teeth and hair conditions. Alcohol kills neurons in your brains. You will say that these things help you to relax and have fun. Don’t worry, when you stop smoking and drinking your organism will allocate the hormones of joy itself without any doping.


The second important thing is to have enough rest. You need at least seven hours of sleeping to rejuvenate your body. It’s better if you will go to bed early in the evening and wake up together with the sun. The bedroom should be airy and cool.

Physical activity is very important for keeping fit. Attending gym will make you a lot of good, including strong muscles and physical endurance. Besides going to special clubs you can simply ride a bicycle, run, swim, play football and volleyball or go in for any other sport you prefer.

Morning exercises and water procedures are ideal for the beginning of the day. It will wake you up and will result in muscle tone. Don’t neglect stretching. It will keep your body young for a long time and will slow down the aging process.

Spend more time on a fresh air. Big cities with their gassy atmosphere contribute headaches and various diseases. Try to break free, walk in a park or go to a countryside times on times to get a breath of oxygen.

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3.

During the past years there is a great increase in keeping fit and staying healthy. A lot of teens started running, jogging and going to different fitness clubs in their spare time. Aerobics classes and fitness clubs opened in every town, and the number of recreation centres greatly increased. Indoor pools, with their wave-making machines, water slides and tropical vegetation, have became very popular.

A lot of teens go in for different kinds of sport






21.02

Те кто не отвечал устно на уроке, кто отсутвовал 21, сдать задание от 14.02
Написать письмо, повторить шаблон -You have 30 minutes to do this task.

You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen friend, Ben.

…I am so fond of Japanese cartoons, that I’ve decided to learn Japanese. Mum says it’s hard, but I think it’s worth it. Besides, their writing is cool! …

…What languages do you learn at school? What other language would you like to learn, why? What do you think about my choice of Japanese?…

Write him a letter and answer his 3 questions.

Write 100–120 words. Remember the rules of letter writing.



14.02

1. Уметь отвечать на вопросы



  • whether it is necessary to speak English nowadays, and why
  • what you do to improve your English
  • what other languages you would like to learn





2. Изучить материал ниже, выбрать для себя и уметь рассказывать

1. English is the most commonly spoken language in the world. One out of five people can speak or at least understand English!

2. English is the language of science, of aviation, computers, diplomacy, and tourism. Knowing English increases your chances of getting a good job in a multinational company within your home country or of finding work abroad.

3. English is the official language of 53 countries. That is a lot of people to meet and speak to.

4. English is spoken as a first language by around 400 million people around the world.

5. English is the language of the media industry. If you speak English, you won't need to rely on translations and subtitles anymore to enjoy your favourite books, songs, films and TV shows.

6. English is also the language of the Internet. Many websites are written in English – you will be able to understand them and to take part in forums and discussions.

7. English is based on a simple alphabet and it is fairly quick and easy to learn compared to other languages.

8. English is not only useful – it gives you a lot of satisfaction. Making progress feels great. You will enjoy learning English, if you remember that every hour you spend gets you closer to perfection.

9. Since English is spoken in so many different countries there are thousands of schools around the world that offer programmes in English. If you speak English, there're lots of opportunities for you to find an appropriate school and course to suit your academic needs.

10. Because it's fun! By learning English, you will also learn about other cultures. Few experiences will make you grow as a person more than learning the values, habits and way of life in a culture that is different from yours.



1.I think  English is the most spoken language in the world,  it is the official language in a large number of countries. It is estimated that the number of people in the world that use in English to communicate on a regular basis is 2 billion!

2. English is the dominant business language and it has become almost a necessity for people to speak English if they are to enter a global workforce. Research from all over the world shows that cross-border business communication is most often conducted in English. Its importance in the global market place therefore cannot be understated, learning English really can change your life.

3. Many of the world’s top films, books and music are published and produced in English. Therefore by learning English you will have access to a great wealth of entertainment and will be able to have a greater cultural understanding.

4. Most of the content produced on the internet (50%) is in English. So knowing English will allow you access to an incredible amount of information which may not be otherwise available!

Although learning English can be challenging and time consuming, we can see that it is also very valuable to learn and can create many opportunities!


To to improve your English

14 Methods for Improving Your Spoken English Without a Speaking Partner

1. Think in English.

Sometimes the difficult thing about talking in a new language isn’t the language itself, but how you think about it.

If you think in your native language and then try to speak English, you’ll always have to translate between languages. Translating isn’t an easy thing to do! Even people fluent in two or more languages have trouble switching between languages.

The solution is to think in English.

You can do this anywhere, anytime. Try to use English when you’re thinking about your day, or when you’re trying to decide what food to order. Even try to use an English to English dictionary to look up words. That way you never have to use your native language and translate words. You’ll notice that when you think in English, it’s easier for you to speak in English.

2. Talk to yourself.

Whenever you’re at home (or alone somewhere else) you can practice your English with your favorite person: yourself.

If you’re already thinking in English, try speaking your thoughts out loud. Read out loud, too. Practice is practice, and even if you don’t have anyone to correct your mistakes, just the act of speaking out loud will help you become more comfortable speaking English.

3. Use a mirror.

Whenever you can, take a few minutes out of your day to stand in front of the mirror and speak. Choose a topic, set a timer for 2 or 3 minutes and just talk.

The point of this exercise is to watch your mouth, face and body language as you speak. It also makes you feel like you’re talking to someone, so you can pretend you’re having a discussion with a study buddy.

Talk for the full 2 or 3 minutes. Don’t stop! If you get stuck on a word you don’t know, try expressing your idea in a different way. You can always look up how to say that word after the 2-3 minutes end. This will definitely help you find out what kinds of words or sentences you have trouble with.

4. Focus on fluency, not grammar.

When you speak in English, how often do you stop?

The more you stop, the less confident you sound and the less comfortable you become. Try the mirror exercise above, but challenge yourself to speak without stopping or stammering (taking pauses between your words) the entire time.

This might mean that your sentences won’t be grammatically perfect, and that’s okay! If you focus on speaking fluently instead of correctly, you’ll still be understood and you’ll sound better. You can fill in the correct grammar and word rules as you learn them better.

5. Try some tongue twisters.

Tongue twisters are series of words that are difficult to say quickly. One example is: “The thirty-three thieves thought that they thrilled the throne throughout Thursday.” Try saying this a few times! It’s not easy.

Word games like this will help you find the right placement for your mouth and tongue, and can even help your pronunciation. You can find a list of great tongue twisters here.

6. Listen and repeat.

Do you watch TV shows or YouTube videos in English? Use them to improve your fluency. Choose a short part of a show and repeat it line by line. Try to match the tone, speed and even the accent (if you can). It doesn’t matter if you miss a few words, the important thing is to keep talking. Try to sound just like the native speakers on the show.


How to Improve Your English

https://www.wikihow.com/Improve-Your-English



31/01

уметь отвечать на вопросы

 1. What countries have you travelled to?

2. Tell  about a bad travel experience you had.

3. Why do people like to travel?

4. Is it better to travel by plane or by train? Why?

5. What three countries would you like to travel to? Why?

6. Is it better to travel inside your country or outside your country? Why?

7. How can you travel, but not spend too much money?

8. Do you enjoy travelling? Why? / Why not?

9. What are some great places to visit in your country? 

10. What cities have you travelled to?

11. Tell  about a funny or strange travel experience you had.

12. Why do some people NOT like to travel?

13. Is it better to travel by yourself, or with other people? Why?

14. What are five important things to bring with you when you travel to another country?

15. Do you like staying at hotels? Why? / Why not?

16. What can you learn by travelling to other countries?


Всем кто не рассказывал - Пересказ о праздниках и традициях России, рассказывать о своих семейных праздниках
https://znnteacher.nethouse.ru/static/000/000/162/021/doc/c6/43/b129b3e48b1f3b1d23259e6fe45e579ba8db.pdf


17.01




24.01

Пересказ о праздниках и традициях России, рассказывать о своих семейных праздниках
https://znnteacher.nethouse.ru/static/000/000/162/021/doc/c6/43/b129b3e48b1f3b1d23259e6fe45e579ba8db.pdf


17.01

Праздники и традиции в России стр 103 https://znnteacher.nethouse.ru/static/000/000/162/021/doc/c6/43/b129b3e48b1f3b1d23259e6fe45e579ba8db.pdf
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Уметь рассказывать о видах праздников в России








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20.12

стр 44 "Устные темы" по ссылке https://znnteacher.nethouse.ru/static/000/000/162/021/doc/c6/43/b129b3e48b1f3b1d23259e6fe45e579ba8db.pdf
уметь рассказывать о типах канил, как можно их проводить, как Вы проводите (ваши любимые каникулы)



с 8/11      Travelling

13.12

- уметь рассказывать о достопримечательностях России, Москвы, Санкт-Петербурга

- уметь отвечать на вопросы 



  • why most people like travelling
  • which season is the best for travelling in your opinion
  • what means of transport is the best, and why
  • what people like doing while travelling
  • what place you would like to go to, and why
  • why modern people travel so much
  • what tourists usually do while travelling
  • what places in your region you recommend tourists should visit



There are more than 80 museums in our capital. The largest museums are the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, whose collections include works of art of the ancient Orient and ancient Egypt, and the State Tretyakov Gallery, which houses a rich collection of Russian painting and Russian icons. Other unique museums in Moscow are the State History Museum, the All-Russia Museum of Decorative, Applied and Folk Art, the Polytechnical Museum and many others. Moscow is famous for its theatres, too. The best-known of them is the Bolshoi Opera House. Drama theatres and studios are also very popular.

Another interesting place to visit in Moscow is the All-Russia Exhibition Centre which occupies an area of 530 acres. The Exhibition Centre is situated in a beautiful park. The most admired feature of the Exhibition Centre is its fountains. The "Friendship of the Nations" and the "Stone Flower" fountains are the most beautiful. The Exhibition Centre is a large cultural and commercial complex where different international exhibitions and fairs are held.

One of the most famous sights of the city is the Moscow Metro and a journey by Metro will be unforgettable. In the Metro you do not feel as if you're underground. This is due to the unique architecture and the artistic design of the stations, which are more like palaces. No two stations are alike; most of them have their own appearance.

Of course, every foreigner should visit St. Petersburg, the second largest city in Russia and one of the most splendid cities in the world. It was founded in 1703 by Peter the Great at the mouth of the Neva River. Now it is an important industrial, cultural and educational centre.

St. Petersburg is indeed a wonderful city: at every turn there is something to catch your eye. The Winter Palace, St. Isaac's Cathedral, the Peter-and-Paul Fortress, and the Admiralty Building attract thousands of tourists from every corner of the world. Petersburg's many museums house some of the world's most famous art collections. The Hermitage and the Russian Museum, for example, contain the richest collections of pictures in the world.

The city is called the Northern Venice, because there are 65 rivers, branches and canals there with artistically decorated bridges. It's also famous for its beautiful white nights.

There are a lot of Hero-cities in our country. And I would recommend that my foreign friends visit one of them. Volgograd is a legendary city, because here in 1943 the Soviet Army won the great and glorious victory over the fascists. The city was completely ruined during the war, but now it is a beautiful city again. It stands on the banks of the great Russian river Volga. The symbol of Volgograd is the Mamaev Hill. It was the centre of fighting during the heroic defence of Stalingrad. Now there is a great memorial there. Besides, you can visit the Stalingrad Battle Panorama Museum, which is situated on the bank of the Volga River. The centre of Volgograd is the Square of the Fallen Heroes. In the middle of it there is a granite obelisk and the common graves of the heroes of the Civil War and the Great Patriotic War. At the foot of the memorial you can see the Eternal Flame. Now Volgograd is a big industrial and cultural centre.

There are a lot of other interesting towns and cities in Russia, which are all worth visiting.



6.12

уметь рассказывать про Москву, про то что любят туристы посещать в России, про Новгород(2 прдложения)

Sightseeing in Russia

Millions of people all over the world are fond of travelling. They travel to see other countries and continents, to discover different ways of life, to meet different people and to practise foreign languages. It goes without saying that travelling broadens the mind. While travelling we can see and learn a lot of things that we can never learn staying at home and watching TV or reading books. That's why a lot of foreign people come to Russia to get acquainted with Russian culture, with Russian customs and traditions.

Russia has always been a country of mystery attractive for foreigners. There are lots of villages and towns in Russia famous for their specific crafts: painted boxes in Palekh, wooden tableware in Khokhloma and toys in Dymkovo. Thousands of foreigners visit Russia to enjoy the typical Russian log houses, decorated with wood carvings.

Tourists like to visit old Russian towns and cities famous for their ancient architecture. They are especially attracted by Russian orthodox cathedrals, churches and monasteries. One of the most interesting old cities in Russia is Novgorod, or Novgorod the Great, as it was called in the old times. It is a treasury of architecture, painting and applied art created over the 11th to 17th centuries. The first records of the city on the Volkhov River date back to the year of 859. Now Novgorod has expanded far beyond its former limits. It is an important industrial and cultural centre, located on the busy highway linking Moscow and St. Petersburg.

The focal point of the city is the Detinets, or the Kremlin. The present-day Kremlin stems largely from the 15th century. Several alterations made in the 16th and 17th centuries were minor and did not affect its appearance. Novgorod's contribution to the development of Russian culture is outstanding. No other city excels Novgorod in the number of ancient monuments of architecture. The Novgorod Museum of History, Architecture and Art shows visitors the history of the medieval Novgorod. Its artistic value lies primarily in its collection of medieval icon painting.

There is a lot to see in Russia, but first of all foreign tourists visit the capital of our country, Moscow, its political, economic, commercial and cultural centre. They dream of visiting Red Square, which is called the heart of Moscow. Perhaps, the most ancient monument of Red Square is St. Basil's Cathedral. With its nine beautifully painted cupolas, it is a real masterpiece of ancient Russian architecture.

If you come to Moscow for the first time, you should by all means visit the Kremlin, which is very impressive. On the territory of the Kremlin you can see old cathedrals, the Bell Tower of Ivan the Great, the State Kremlin Palace, the Tsar Cannon and the Tsar Bell, the biggest cannon and bell in the world. The tallest Kremlin tower, the Spasskaya Tower, has become the symbol of the country.

If you leave the Kremlin by the Trinity Gate you will come to the Alexandrovsky Gardens. The first thing to do in the Gardens is to stand by the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, still and silent. Not far from the Alexandrovsky Gardens, behind the Bolshoi Kamenny Bridge, you will see Christ the Saviour Cathedral, with its huge beautiful gilded dome. Foreigners are usually surprised by the number of churches and cathedrals in and around the city. There are also a lot of beautiful palaces, old mansions and monuments in Moscow.

There are more than 80 museums in our capital. The largest museums are the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, whose collections include works of art of the ancient Orient and ancient Egypt, and the State Tretyakov Gallery, which houses a rich collection of Russian painting and Russian icons. Other unique museums in Moscow are the State History Museum, the All-Russia Museum of Decorative, Applied and Folk Art, the Polytechnical Museum and many others. Moscow is famous for its theatres, too. The best-known of them is the Bolshoi Opera House. Drama theatres and studios are also very popular.




29.11

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Sightseeing in Russia

Millions of people all over the world are fond of travelling. They travel to see other countries and continents, to discover different ways of life, to meet different people and to practise foreign languages. It goes without saying that travelling broadens the mind. While travelling we can see and learn a lot of things that we can never learn staying at home and watching TV or reading books. That's why a lot of foreign people come to Russia to get acquainted with Russian culture, with Russian customs and traditions.

Russia has always been a country of mystery attractive for foreigners. There are lots of villages and towns in Russia famous for their specific crafts: painted boxes in Palekh, wooden tableware in Khokhloma and toys in Dymkovo. Thousands of foreigners visit Russia to enjoy the typical Russian log houses, decorated with wood carvings.

Tourists like to visit old Russian towns and cities famous for their ancient architecture. They are especially attracted by Russian orthodox cathedrals, churches and monasteries. One of the most interesting old cities in Russia is Novgorod, or Novgorod the Great, as it was called in the old times. It is a treasury of architecture, painting and applied art created over the 11th to 17th centuries. The first records of the city on the Volkhov River date back to the year of 859. Now Novgorod has expanded far beyond its former limits. It is an important industrial and cultural centre, located on the busy highway linking Moscow and St. Petersburg.

The focal point of the city is the Detinets, or the Kremlin. The present-day Kremlin stems largely from the 15th century. Several alterations made in the 16th and 17th centuries were minor and did not affect its appearance. Novgorod's contribution to the development of Russian culture is outstanding. No other city excels Novgorod in the number of ancient monuments of architecture. The Novgorod Museum of History, Architecture and Art shows visitors the history of the medieval Novgorod. Its artistic value lies primarily in its collection of medieval icon painting.

There is a lot to see in Russia, but first of all foreign tourists visit the capital of our country, Moscow, its political, economic, commercial and cultural centre. They dream of visiting Red Square, which is called the heart of Moscow. Perhaps, the most ancient monument of Red Square is St. Basil's Cathedral. With its nine beautifully painted cupolas, it is a real masterpiece of ancient Russian architecture.

If you come to Moscow for the first time, you should by all means visit the Kremlin, which is very impressive. On the territory of the Kremlin you can see old cathedrals, the Bell Tower of Ivan the Great, the State Kremlin Palace, the Tsar Cannon and the Tsar Bell, the biggest cannon and bell in the world. The tallest Kremlin tower, the Spasskaya Tower, has become the symbol of the country.

If you leave the Kremlin by the Trinity Gate you will come to the Alexandrovsky Gardens. The first thing to do in the Gardens is to stand by the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, still and silent. Not far from the Alexandrovsky Gardens, behind the Bolshoi Kamenny Bridge, you will see Christ the Saviour Cathedral, with its huge beautiful gilded dome. Foreigners are usually surprised by the number of churches and cathedrals in and around the city. There are also a lot of beautiful palaces, old mansions and monuments in Moscow.

There are more than 80 museums in our capital. The largest museums are the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, whose collections include works of art of the ancient Orient and ancient Egypt, and the State Tretyakov Gallery, which houses a rich collection of Russian painting and Russian icons. Other unique museums in Moscow are the State History Museum, the All-Russia Museum of Decorative, Applied and Folk Art, the Polytechnical Museum and many others. Moscow is famous for its theatres, too. The best-known of them is the Bolshoi Opera House. Drama theatres and studios are also very popular.

Another interesting place to visit in Moscow is the All-Russia Exhibition Centre which occupies an area of 530 acres. The Exhibition Centre is situated in a beautiful park. The most admired feature of the Exhibition Centre is its fountains. The "Friendship of the Nations" and the "Stone Flower" fountains are the most beautiful. The Exhibition Centre is a large cultural and commercial complex where different international exhibitions and fairs are held.

One of the most famous sights of the city is the Moscow Metro and a journey by Metro will be unforgettable. In the Metro you do not feel as if you're underground. This is due to the unique architecture and the artistic design of the stations, which are more like palaces. No two stations are alike; most of them have their own appearance.

Of course, every foreigner should visit St. Petersburg, the second largest city in Russia and one of the most splendid cities in the world. It was founded in 1703 by Peter the Great at the mouth of the Neva River. Now it is an important industrial, cultural and educational centre.

St. Petersburg is indeed a wonderful city: at every turn there is something to catch your eye. The Winter Palace, St. Isaac's Cathedral, the Peter-and-Paul Fortress, and the Admiralty Building attract thousands of tourists from every corner of the world. Petersburg's many museums house some of the world's most famous art collections. The Hermitage and the Russian Museum, for example, contain the richest collections of pictures in the world.

The city is called the Northern Venice, because there are 65 rivers, branches and canals there with artistically decorated bridges. It's also famous for its beautiful white nights.

There are a lot of Hero-cities in our country. And I would recommend that my foreign friends visit one of them. Volgograd is a legendary city, because here in 1943 the Soviet Army won the great and glorious victory over the fascists. The city was completely ruined during the war, but now it is a beautiful city again. It stands on the banks of the great Russian river Volga. The symbol of Volgograd is the Mamaev Hill. It was the centre of fighting during the heroic defence of Stalingrad. Now there is a great memorial there. Besides, you can visit the Stalingrad Battle Panorama Museum, which is situated on the bank of the Volga River. The centre of Volgograd is the Square of the Fallen Heroes. In the middle of it there is a granite obelisk and the common graves of the heroes of the Civil War and the Great Patriotic War. At the foot of the memorial you can see the Eternal Flame. Now Volgograd is a big industrial and cultural centre.

There are a lot of other interesting towns and cities in Russia, which are all worth visiting.





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8.11

You are going to give a talk about travelling. You will have to start in 1.5 minutes and speak for not more than 2 minutes (10-12 sentences).

Remember to say:




  • why most people like travelling
  • which season is the best for travelling in your opinion
  • what means of transport is the best, and why




You have to talk continuously.

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You are going to give a talk about travelling. You will have to start in 1.5 minutes and speak for not more than 2 minutes (10-12 sentences).

Remember to say:




  • why most people enjoy travelling
  • what people like doing while travelling
  • what place you would like to go to, and why



You have to talk continuously.____________________________________________________________________________________________

You are going to give a talk about travelling. You will have to start in 1.5 minutes and speak for not more than 2 minutes (10-12 sentences).

 

Remember to say:




  • why most people like  travelling
  • whether it is easier to travel nowadays than centuries ago, and why
  • what country or continent you would like to visit




 

You have to talk continuously.

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You are going to give a talk about travelling. You will have to start in 1.5 minutes and speak for not more than 2 minutes (10-12 sentences).

 

Remember to say:




  • why modern people travel so much
  • what tourists usually do while travelling
  • what places in your region you recommend tourists should visit




 

You have to talk continuously.

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You have 30 minutes to do this task.

You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen friend, Ben.

...My friend was very impressed by the Moscow Kremlin. He said that Russian architecture is fascinating.  I'd like to go to Russia for my holidays, too...

…How do you usually spend your holidays? What is the best season for travelling in Russia, why? What tourist attractions would you recommend seeing in your country? …

Write him a letter and answer his 3 questions.

Write 100–120 words. Remember the rules of letter writing.



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Millions of people all around the world adore travelling. We travel because we wish to see new countries and cities, visit historical places, meet new people and taste different cuisines. 

There are different means of transportation. People can travel by ship, airplane, train or car. All means of transportation have their advantages and disadvantages.

I would like to talk briefly about each of them.

Travelling by airplane

Travelling by airplane is the fastest, but the most expensive. A lot of people prefer travelling by airplane, but some people are afraid of heights and that’s why they prefer travelling by train.

Travelling by train

I have to notice that travelling by train is very popular in Russia. Modern trains have very comfortable carriages and seats. There is also the dining-car in each train. You can see many interesting places and enjoy the nature, looking through the window.

Travelling by ship

Trips on cruise ships have a lot of advantages. One of them is the amazing pricing. Most cruise lines are all-inclusive packages. This includes a person’s cruise fare, lodging, food and some onboard entertainment and sightseeing.

Travelling by car 

And, finally, travelling by car is also very popular in Russia. A lot of people choose this means of transportation. They don’t need to buy tickets, book hotels etc. They can stop whenever they wish, rest and stay at the same place as long as they want.

Hiking

Hiking is a very popular means of travelling, but not as popular in Russia as it is popular abroad. Generally, young people prefer this kind of travelling. Walking tours are very exciting.

My opinion

I prefer travelling by plane. To my mind, it is the most comfortable and fast means of transportation.

And finally, it is commonly known that travelling is a great thing! Nothing can give you so many positive emotions and memories as travelling to some remarkable country or city.




Миллионы людей по всему миру обожают путешествовать. Мы путешествуем, потому что хотим увидеть новые страны и города, посетить исторические места, встретить новых людей и попробовать кухни разных стран. 

Существуют различные средства передвижения. Люди могут путешествовать на корабле, самолете, поезде или на машине. Все средства передвижения имеют как достоинства, так и недостатки.

Я хочу сказать несколько слов о каждом из них.

Путешествия на самолете

Путешествие на самолете самое быстрое, но и самое дорогое. Многие люди предпочитают путешествовать на самолете, но некоторые боятся высоты и поэтому путешествуют на поезде.

Путешествия на поезде

Следует отметить, что в России самым популярным средством передвижения является поезд. У современных поездов очень комфортабельные вагоны и места. Также в каждом поезде есть вагон-ресторан. Вы можете увидеть интересные места через окно вагона и наслаждаться красотой природы.

Путешествия на корабле

Путешествия на круизных лайнерах имеют много преимуществ. Одно из них – выгодная цена. Большинство круизных лайнеров работают по принципу "все включено". В стоимость включены билеты, размещение в каютах, питание, развлечения, посещение достопримечательностей.

Путешествия на машине

И, наконец, путешествовать на машине также очень популярно в России. Многие люди выбирают этот вид транспорта. Им не нужно покупать билеты, бронировать гостиницы и т.д. Они могут останавливаться там, где хотят, отдыхать и проводить в каждом месте столько времени, сколько хочется.

Пеший туризм

Пеший туризм также очень популярный вид путешествия, но в России не такой популярный, как за границей. Его предпочитают в основном молодые люди. Экскурсии пешком очень увлекательные.

Мое мнение

Я предпочитаю путешествовать на самолете. По моему мнению, это самый комфортный и быстрый вид транспорта.

И, в конце концов, общеизвестно, что путешествовать просто замечательно. Ничто не может вам дать столько положительных эмоций и воспоминаний как путешествие в какую-нибудь замечательную страну или город.




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11.10

Новая лексика- знать

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Использовать данную лексику в рассказе тем о школе

Тask 3. You are going to give a talk about your school homework. You will have to start in 1.5 minutes and speak for not more than 2 minutes 
(10-12 sentences).

Remember to say:




  • how long it takes you to do your homework
  • what subject you usually start with, and why
  • whether schoolchildren should be given more or less homework, and why




You have to talk continuously.


Task 3. You will give a talk about school uniform. You will have to start in 1.5 minutes and speak for not more than 2 minutes (10-12 sentences).

 

Remember to say:




  • whether it is important to wear uniform at school, and why
  • what clothes you wear to school
  • what you like most about your school




 

You have to talk continuously.



27.09-11.10 

Устная тема о школе https://znnteacher.nethouse.ru/static/000/000/162/021/doc/c6/43/b129b3e48b1f3b1d23259e6fe45e579ba8db.pdf

Разобрать и подготовить ответы из открытого банка задания говорение  и письмо по темам школа:


Task 3. You are going to give a talk about your school. You will have to start in 1.5 minutes and speak for not more than 2 minutes (10-12 sentences).

Remember to say:




  • what you like most about your school
  • what weekday you find the most difficult, and why
  • what you would like to change in your school life




You have to talk continuously.


Task 3. You are going to give a talk about your school. You will have to start in 1.5 minutes and speak for not more than 2 minutes (10-12 sentences).

Remember to say:




  • what your typical school day is like
  • what your favourite subject is, and why
  • what you like most about your school




You have to talk continuously.


Тask 3. You are going to give a talk about your school homework. You will have to start in 1.5 minutes and speak for not more than 2 minutes 
(10-12 sentences).

Remember to say:




  • how long it takes you to do your homework
  • what subject you usually start with, and why
  • whether schoolchildren should be given more or less homework, and why




You have to talk continuously.


Task 3. You will give a talk about school uniform. You will have to start in 1.5 minutes and speak for not more than 2 minutes (10-12 sentences).

 

Remember to say:




  • whether it is important to wear uniform at school, and why
  • what clothes you wear to school
  • what you like most about your school




 

You have to talk continuously.



Task 3. You are going to give a talk about school life. You will have to start in 1.5 minutes and speak for not more than 2 minutes (10-12 sentences).

 

Remember to say:




  • what your weekday is like
  • what you like about your school most of all
  • whether you prefer classroom learning or online learning, and why




 

You have to talk continuously.


Task 3. You are going to give a talk about your school. You will have to start in 1.5 minutes and speak for not more than 2 minutes (10-12 sentences).

 

Remember to say:




  •  what you like about your school most of all
  • how many lessons you usually have
  • what school subjects you have chosen for your exams, and why




19.09

Запятые в английском и русском: 6 отличий

jhttps://skyeng.ru/articles/zapyatye-v-anglijskom-i-russkom-6-otlichij


Нужна ли запятая перед "because"? / Commas & Because


http://audiorazgovornik.ru/anglijskij-sintaksis/1539--qbecauseq-commas-a-because


Пунктуация в английском языке

https://www.native-english.ru/grammar/english-punctuation


Написать письмо д\з от 13.09 или новое письмо:


You have 30 minutes to do this task.

You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen friend, Ben.

…and then she gave me a present: two tickets to the theatre. It was a great performance and the actors were wonderful. I am not a theatre goer but even I was impressed. …

…Do you think it’s exciting to be a famous actor, why? When did you last see a theatrical performance? What do you like to do in your free time? …

Write him a letter and answer his 3 questions.

Write 100–120 words. Remember the rules of letter writing.



13.09


Д\з : выучить шаблон, написать писмо:

You have 30 minutes to do this task.

You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen friend, Ben.

…We’ve moved house and now I have to go to a new school. It’s a pity because I liked my old school and I had a lot of friends there. Now I feel a bit lonely but I hope to find some friends here too….

What do you like most about your school? Have you got a lot of friends at school? What do you usually do with your school friends in your free time? …

Write him a letter and answer his 3 questions.

Write 100–120 words. Remember the rules of letter writing.



6.09


Д\з : выучить шаблон


Шаблон письма: 100-120 слов

                                                                                                                                                                           Moscow, Russia

                                                                                                                                                                             12.06.17



Dear …,

Thanks a lot for your recent letter. It was great to hear from you. Sorry, I haven’t written for so long.

 

You asked me about [subject]. Well, [отвечаем на вопросы  ]. I’d like to tell you that.......

 By the way, 

 

Anyway, I `ve got to go now as I have to do my homework.- полезная фраза если не хватает слов в письме

 

  Write back soon.

  Love, или Best wishes,

   Ann

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