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I.
Special days in the USA

Mark if these statements are true or false
(Circle).

1. The Declaration
of Independence was signed by Great Britain. True/False

2. At
Halloween children get sweets from their teacher. True/False

3. St
Patrick's Day is important for German immigrants. True/False

4. The
festival of Mardi Gras originally came from France.
True/False

5.
Thanksgiving is a family occasion. True/False

6. Many of the Pilgrims who arrived in 1621 were killed by the Native
Americans.   True/False

II. The Places of Interest in London.

Fill in the gaps using the prompts given
below:

1.
One of London’s
most popular public events is the …, held each year during the August Bank
Holiday (last weekend in August).

2.
The most important building in the center is…, a concert hall that was built for the festival.

3.
At the heart of Westminster
is … has always been closely associated with the monarchy and is used for such
state occasions as coronations and royal funerals. It is also a giant
mausoleum, and more than 3000 notable people are buried there.

4.   … the national museum of antiquities and,
until 1973, the national library of the United
Kingdom, located in London.

5.   … on Trafalgar Square contains Britain’s
premier art collection, with holdings from every major European art school.

6.   …is a large
complex located on London’s
South Bank, designed by Sir
Denys Lasdun
.
It was officially opened by Queen Elizabeth II on October 25, 1976. It was
granted the Royal addition to its title in 1988.

PROMPTS:

 The Royal Festival Hall; The National Theatre;
Notting Hill Carnival; British
Museum
;

 The National Gallery; Westminster Abbey.


  • 1. The Declaration of Independence was signed by Great Britain. False

    2. At Halloween children get sweets from their teacher. False

    3. St Patrick's Day is important for German immigrants. False

    4. The festival of Mardi Gras originally came from France. True
    5. Thanksgiving is a family occasion. True

    6. Many of the Pilgrims who arrived in 1621 were killed by the Native
    Americans.False

    II. The Places of Interest in London.
    1. One of London’s most popular public events is the Notting Hill Carnival, held each year during the August Bank Holiday (last weekend in August).
    2. The most important building in the center is the National Theatre;, a concert hall that was built for the festival. 
    3. At the heart of Westminster is Westminster Abbey, it has always been closely associated with the monarchy and is used for such state occasions as coronations and royal funerals. It is also a giant mausoleum, and more than 3000 notable people are buried there.

    4.   The British Museum is the national museum of antiquities and, until 1973, the national library of the United Kingdom, located in London.

    5.   The National Gallery on Trafalgar Square contains Britain’s premier art collection, with holdings from every major European art school.

    6.   The Royal Festival Hall is a large complex located on London’s South Bank, designed by Sir Denys Lasdun. It was officially opened by Queen Elizabeth II on October 25, 1976. It was granted the Royal addition to its title in 1988.




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