Valleys, rivers, oceans, the Earth, lake, an island, contains, the highest, population, desert, Geography, temperate, forests, countries, explorer, discovered, earthquakes, mountains, continents
We started studying Geography this year. Our teachers tell us a lot of fun facts
about the … in the world. … teaches us about … , volcanoes, …, and all kinds
of the things. We speak about different things in the lessons: the landscapes of our
planet, its … and plains, … and seas, … and lakes. We have learned that
landscapes are different on different … . Asia, North America, Europe are
covered with … . The largest … is the Sahara , in Africa.
There are … and mountains, oceans, seas, and rivers on … .
Europe is the sixth largest continent in size and the third largest in … . It is
famous for its … climate, forests and grasslands.
Asia … the world’s most populous country, China. The highest point Mount
Everest is in Asia.
North America’s three largest countries are Canada, Mexico, and the USA.
Columbus … this continent, but it was named after an Italian … Amerigo
Vespucci. … Superior, the largest fresh-water lake in the world , is on this
continent. The country of Greenland is the biggest … on the planet.
Азія, Північна Америка, Європа, Мертве море, гора Еверест, Китай.
To be covered …
To be named …
To be famous …
To participate …
To sign … …
Everybody can/has to read Math material slowly and thoroughly.
We can/have to divide all literature into two groups depending on their form: prose and poetry.
Pupils mustn’t/must pay much attention to all the subjects because they
are all important.
You can/can’t be a well-educated person if you don’t know at least one foreign language.
They can/may make crafts, draw and paint in Art lessons.
May/should I go out? Yes, you may.
You look tired, you should/may have a rest.