Answer the questions.

1. What does almost everybody in Britain dream of?

2. What does the saying An English-mans home is his castle illustrate?

3. Why is a detached house is dear to the hearts of many British people?

4. Why do most people try to avoid living in blocks of flats?

5. Can you point out the reasons for witch the communal living is unsuccessful in Britain?





8.1 You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen-pal Tom who writes:

In Great Britain most young people want to become independent from their parents as soon as possible. Could you tell me what you and your friends think about not relying on your parents? Are you ready to leave your family immediately after you finish school? Is it easy to rent a house or an apartment for students in Russia? As for the latest news, I have just returned from a trip to Scotland

Write a letter to Tom.

In your letter:

− answer his questions

− ask 3 questions about his trip to Scotland.



Write a letter to your pen-pal Mary, who has just moved to a new house. In your letter ask Mary about her new place of living.



8.3 You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen-pal James who writes:


I hope you are happy with your new house. What is your bedroom like? Is there plenty to do in your new neighborhood? Im going on holiday with my family next week. I think it will be great fun.


Write a letter to James, tell him about your house and ask him questions about his holidays.







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  9. Ask ten questions to the text so that the answers became the retelling of the text.
  10. Ask your friend questions in English about their content. Summarize his/her answers.
  11. Brainstorming. In small groups of 3 or 4 students discuss formulated answers.

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