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Задание 1c Составьте рассказ о празднике в вашей стране, заполнив следующий текст-образец. Полученный текст запишите.
I am from _________. My favourite festival is __________. It is celebrated ____. For this festival people cook ___________. There are lots of parties and people______. I like __________, because __________.
Задание 2 Tекст “English in the World” переведите письменно:
V1Normal working hours in Britain are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. However, a lot of people work outside these times because their workplaces are open 24/7 – twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. For example:
1 hospitals, power stations, the police
2 bars and clubs
3 a lot of big supermarkets
V2 In Britain and the USA speeds are given in miles per hour (mph).
(1 mile = 1.6 kilometres)
British speed limits are:
70 – top speed limit on motorways.
60 – top speed limit on other roads.
30 – the normal speed limit in towns.
In the USA, the top speed limit is usually 55 mph, but it goes up to 65 mph on some Interstate Highways.
V3Britain has a National Health Service (the NHS). All treatment with a doctor or in a hospital is free. If the doctor gives you a prescription for some medicine, you pay a fixed amount for it. Old people, children and unemployed people don’t pay.
In the USA, all medical services are private. You pay for everything. Most people have private medical insurance. Employers normally pay for this.
V4 In Britain it is polite to eat everything on your plate. It shows that you enjoyed the meal.
In China, however, it is polite to leave some food. It shows that your hosts gave you enough food.
V5 In Britain the busiest times for transport are:
7.30 – 9.15 a.m. The morning rush hour. People go to work and children go to school. There are often long traffic jams.
2.45 – 4 p.m. Children come home from school. A lot of parents take their children to and from school by car. We call this the school run.
5 – 6.30 p.m. The evening hour. People go home from work. The trains and buses are usually very crowded and a lot of people stand.
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