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I like to travel
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a map an umbrella a guide-book a camera a walkman a sleeping bag a book a compass a suitcase a tent
Say what you need if you go travelling to a foreign country a map an umbrella a guide-book a camera a walkman a sleeping bag a book a compass a suitcase a tent
1.Which is the quickest method of travelling? 2. Which is the most comfortable? 3. Which is the most expensive and the cheapest? 4. Which is the most convenient?
-What did John give the ducks? -Where did the students go when they were hungry? -What was their teacher’s name? -Where did they see the paintings?
FURTHER READING W.R. Lethaby, Westminster Abbey and the Kings' Craftsmen: a study of medieval building (1906) F. Bond, Westminster Abbey (1909) W.R. Lethaby, Westminster Abbey Re-Examined (1925) H.M. Colvin (ed.), The History of the King's Works (1963, 1975) P. Binski, Westminster Abbey and the Plantagenets…1200-1400 (1995) T. Cocke, 900 Years: the Restorations of Westminster Abbey (1995) L. Grant & R. Mortimer, Westminster Abbey: the Cosmati pavements (2002) Westminster Abbey Chapter House – the history, art and architecture...edited by Warwick Rodwell and Richard Mortimer, 2010. T. Tatton-Brown & R. Mortimer (eds), Westminster Abbey: The Lady Chapel of Henry VII (2003) Warwick Rodwell “The lantern tower of Westminster Abbey 1060-2010” (2010) Geoffrey Webb “Architecture in Britain in the Middle Ages” (1956) Walter Leedy “Fan vaulting, a study of form, technique and meaning” (1980)
Choose the correct answer for each question. 1. What is the capital of Great Britain? Edinburgh; Boston; London.
Choose the correct answer for each question. 2. What colour are the buses in London? red; blue; black.
Choose the correct answer for each question. 3. Britain's national drink is… a. Tea; b. Coca-Cola; c. Coffee.
4. What is the official name of Great Britain? a) Britain b) The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland c) England
5.The coronations of all English Kings and Queens take place in…. A) the Houses of Parliament. B) Buckingham Palace. C) Westminster Abbey.