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What popular sports in Britain and Russia do you know?
Sports which you play with a ball
Look at Ex. 50 p. 142. Listen and repeat the words. Complete the spidergram.
Do you know the rules of ball games well? Match the games and the rules.
The ball is usually played with the hands or arms, but players can legally push the ball with any part of the body.
A player can’t use his hand to push or throw the ball. He can only play with his feet and head.
A player cannot run with the ball. The player must throw it on the spot. The arms and body must not be used for holding it.
A player can carry the oval ball with his hands. The players can move forward only by running with the ball or by kicking it.
The XXII Olympic Games took place from the 7th of February to the 23rd of February , in Sochi.
It was very interesting, important and exciting event for our country.
99 events in 15 winter sports were held.
The Sochi Olympics were the first Olympics in the Russian Federation since the break up of the USSR.
The polar bear, leopard and hare were mascots of the winter Olympic Games in Sochi.
Let’s read the interview and answer the questions:
Who is sporty, Ann or Tom? Why?
How often does Ann play tennis?
When does she do aerobics?
Who does she go skating with?
Why doesn’t Tom play football often?
Would they like to try another kinds of sports?
Say a rule for the swimming pool for each diagram. Use must or mustn’t and the verbs and expressions in the box.
Look after small children, run, have a shower before you swim, eat or drink in the pool area, dive, swim alone.
You must wear a swimming cap.
These children have some problems. Let’s give them advice. Match the problems and advice. Then we’ll make up short conversations. I would like you to use If I were you, I ‘d…
I run slowly.
Do regular exercises.
I feel lonely. Go to bed earlier.
I often get cold in winter. Go running every morning.
I’m overweight. Join a sport club to be in a team.
I’m often late for the first lesson. Take a cold shower.
I have got a problem. … What should I do?
If I were you, I’d (would) ...