Welcome to the United Kingdom. See – saw, sacrodown, Which is the way to London town? One foot up and the other foot down, That is the way to London town . Why people travel to England?. To visit new places; To meet people; To study; To practice English; To take part in festivals;
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Welcome to the United Kingdom
Which is the way to London town?
That is the way to London town.
I would like to go to England…………..
Iwould like to go to England………………
The most/the least expensive
the more/ the least comfortable
A sleeping bag
I’ll need ……………
A travel guide
A health insurance
A first aid kit
A money belt
What cities would you like to visit in the UK?
Why would you like to visit these cities?
Home town of Beatles
The Museum of Viking culture
Home town of Shakespeare
It is a wonderful building. The Queen Victoria Memorial is in front of it. It takes you ten minutes to get from this building to Trafalgar Square, the centre of London. The Queen of Great Britain lives there.
It was a fortress, a palace, a prison and the King’s Zoo. Now it is a museum. You can see a lot of interesting things in the halls of this building. William the Conqueror built it in the eleventh century. Twelve back ravens live in it. People believe that London will be rich while the ravens live there.
It is more than nine hundred years old. There are many monuments and statues there, many English kings and queens are buried there. It is famous for the Poet’s Corner. It is one of the most famous and beautiful churches in London. This church has two tall towers.
They are long grey buildings with towers. The large clock in one of the towers is “Big Ben”. You can hear the sound of “Big Ben” every hour in London The clock and the bell got their names after Sir Benjamin Hall. The members of the British Parliament Work in these buildings.
I met a girl
Who came from another land.
I couldn’t speak
But I took her by the hand.
We danced together, had such fun,
Dancing is a language
You can speak with anyone.
B’s the bus
The bouncing bus
That bears a shopper store – ward
It’s fun to sit
In back of it
But seats are better forward.
Although It’s big as buildings are
And looks both bold and grand,
If has to stop obligingly
If you but raise you hand.