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THE LONDON TOURIST INFORMATION OFFICE
Is a group of Russian students for the first time in London?
They would like to see famous London sights, wouldn′t they?
What tours did the director of the office suggest?
Which of the tours would Russian students prefer?
The boat trip along the Thames
The Father of London
The centre of London
THE HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT
The seat of the British government
The biggest clock bell in Britain.
THE TOWER OF LONDON
The oldest museum in London
One of the famous bridges across the Thames.
THE NATIONAL GALLERY
One of the greatest collections of European painting in the world.
of all British Kings and Queens takes place there.
The London Eye
wheel in the
135 metres (443 ft)
The London home of the Queen
A famous museum of wax figures
Match the words and word combinations and point out these places of interest on the map.
1. Houses of Palace
2. Buckingham Bridge
3. The Tower of Ben
4. Tower Parliament
5. Trafalgar London
6. Big Square
The Clock Tower is 318 feet long (~97m) the minute hand is 14 feet long (~4m) the hour hand is 9 feet long (~3m)
Decide whether the following sentences are true(+) or false(–).
1. The Houses of Parliament is a very large building which stands near the Thames.( )
2. The bell weights about 4 tons.( )
3. The clock has one face.( )
4. The man in charge of the building was very tall.( )
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth ІІ
His Royal Highness Prince Philip, Duck of Edinburgh
Make up words.
t,s,r,o,p c,b,u,l –
Complete the sentences.
The Tower of London stands near...
a) the Thames b) Buckingham Palace
The Tower of London has...
one tower b) twenty towers
The black ... live in the gardens of the Tower.
ravens b) pigeons
Now the Tower of London is ...
a) a prison b) a museum
2. The Queen lives in …
the Houses of the Parliament b) the Tower of London
1. Big Ben is …
a palace b) a bell c )a square
c) Buckingham Palace
3. The country’s leaders speak in…
4. The Tower of London is…
a) the Houses of Parliament b) Big Ben
a) a museum b)a bridge c)a square
c) Buckingham Palace