Sir Arthur Conan Doyle Agatha Christie Joseph Turner William Shakespeare Mark Twain Daniel Defoe Charlie Chaplin John Lennon
Сhoose the appropriate cards and write them on the sheet of paper. Talkative Responsible Intelligent Creative Shy Rude Loving Kind Funny Friendly
Finish the sentences. 1. J. Turner drew ruined abbeys and castles. He was an … 2. Isaac Newton discovered some important laws of physics. He was a … 3. Savva Morozov helped poor people. He was a … 4. My friend can swim very well. He is a good … 5. Anna Pavlova is a well-famous … 6. His elder sister works at school, she is a … 7. I don’t want to play the violin. I don’t want to be a … - the boy cried.
Decide whether the following sentences are true (T) or false (F) 1. Daniel Defoe wrote his novels in the 19th century. 2. Daniel Defoe wrote his novel about R. Crusoe when he was 30. 3. The story of R.Crusoe is the auther’s imagination. 4. The novel wasn’t popular in the 18thcentury, it became popular later. 5. D. Defoe didn’t write his book for children.
art science architecture poetry ballet opera to run to swim politics music bank to teach to write Form nouns with the suffixes –ist, -ian, -ect, -er and translate
Fill in a /an or the. • My parents have …cat and … parrot . … cat never attacks the parrot , but … parrot often hurts … cat . • Would you like … cup of tea? • Have you been to … museum I told you about? • Albert Einstein was … famous scientist . • For breakfast I had some orange juice and … sandwich . … sandwich was very nice. • When we were in London we stayed at … hotel. We had our breakfast at … hotel, and lunch at … café. • Could you turn on … light? It’s dark in … room.
Great Britain UK Kremlin Bashington Russian Federation Red Square Houses of Parlament Downing Street Regent Street sun earth north Europe British Museum Thames Africa USA Put in the if needed.
Соmplete the crossword. S h a k e s p e a r e L e n n o n A g a t h a D o y l e D a r v i n T o l k i e n D e f o e