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Приклад запитання: ____Greenland is the land of ice.
Приклад запитання: They live in.... Baker Street.
Приклад запитання: .... Margaret lives in .....Vienna. It is in ......Ausria.
Приклад запитання: 1. Ukraine is a country in the centre of ____ Europe.
Приклад запитання: True or false.Willy Jackson lives in the cottage near the village of Greenwood.
Приклад запитання: The word closest in meaning to ‘adventurous’ is
Приклад запитання: Kyiv has got a history of more than __________ years old.
Приклад запитання: Geoffrey Chaucer and William Shakespeare wrote
Приклад запитання: After the conference, I _____ that a man _____ the walls of the building.
Приклад запитання: Read the texts below. Match choices to the paragraphs. There are three choices you do not need to use.Safe, comfortable and, above all, green. Electric-powered cars will not produce any substances which are dangerous for either people or the environment. In 10-20 years all cars will have their own built- in computers. These computers will help choose the best way to go and avoid accidents. You can even sit back and let the computer do the driving!
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Приклад запитання: Tom ____(be) very tired yesterday because he____(not sleep) for two nights.
Приклад запитання: 1. The UK is…
Приклад запитання: Match the words with their definitions.Exhibition
Приклад запитання: Ukraine is the country in ... Europe
Приклад запитання: Обери всі правильні форми дієслова : eat(2 правильні відповіді)
Приклад запитання: I wish I......a bigger house.
Приклад запитання: Spring ... winter.
Приклад запитання: Water pollution is
Приклад запитання: Which invention is not always seen as a positive development?
Приклад запитання: Match the definition withe the correct word... someone that is very surprising or amazing
Приклад запитання: My brother and sister _____ tennis at 11am yesterday.
Приклад запитання: Are they __________ lunch at the moment?
Приклад запитання: The history of graffitiThe first drawings on walls appeared in caves thousands of years ago. Later the Ancient Romans and Greeks wrote their names and protest poems on buildings. Modern graffiti seems to have appeared in Philadelphia in the early 1960s, and by the late sixties it had reached New York. The new art form really took off in the 1970s, when people began writing their names, or ‘tags’, on buildings all over the city. In the mid seventies it was sometimes hard to see out of a subway car window, because the trains were completely covered in spray paintings known as ‘masterpieces’.In the early days, the ‘taggers’ were part of street gangs who were concerned with marking their territory. They worked in groups called ‘crews’, and called what they did ‘writing’ – the term ‘graffiti’ was first used by The New York Times and the novelist Norman Mailer. Art galleries in New York began buying graffiti in the early seventies. But at the same time that it began to be regarded as an art form, John Lindsay, the then mayor of New York, declared the first war on graffiti. By the 1980s it became much harder to write on subway trains without being caught, and instead many of the more established graffiti artists began using roofs of buildings or canvases.The debate over whether graffiti is art or vandalism is still going on. Peter Vallone, a New York city councillor, thinks that graffiti done with permission can be art, but if it is on someone else’s property it becomes a crime. ‘I have a message for the graffiti vandals out there,’ he said recently. ‘Your freedom of expression ends where my property begins.’ On the other hand, Felix, a member of the Berlin-based group Reclaim Your City, says that artists are reclaiming cities for the public from advertisers, and that graffiti represents freedom and makes cities more vibrant.For decades graffiti has been a springboard to international fame for a few. Jean-Michel Basquiat began spraying on the street in the 1970s before becoming a respected artist in the ’80s. The Frenchman Blek le Rat and the British artist Banksy have achieved international fame by producing complex works with stencils, often making political or humorous points. Works by Banksy have been sold for over £100,000. Graffiti is now sometimes big business.1. Why was the seventies an important decade in the history of graffiti?
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Приклад запитання: Match the buildings with the cityST PAUL'S CATHEDRAL
Приклад запитання: Adventure travelTime for an adventure?Are you a bit bored with your nine-to-five routine? Have a look at our exciting range of holidays and decide what type of adventure you’d like.Activity holidaysOur activity holidays are for everyone, people who love danger or who just like sports. We have a huge variety of water, snow or desert holidays. We’ll take you SCUBA diving in the Red Sea or kayaking and white water rafting in Canada. If you prefer snow, you can try skiing or snowboarding in the Alps or even igloo-building. For those who like warmer weather, we also have sandboarding (the desert version of skateboarding) or camel safaris.Polar expeditionsTake a cruise to Antarctica or the northern Arctic; explore a land of white natural beauty and wonderful wildlife. Our experts will explain everything about the two poles as you watch the penguins in Antarctica or whales and polar bears in the Arctic. There's no greater adventure than travelling to the ends of the earth. A once-in-a-lifetime experience!Cultural journeysOur cultural journeys will help you discover ancient civilisations: India, Thailand, Egypt and many more. Visit temples, palaces and ancient ruins – just remember to bring your camera! Get to know local ways of life by exploring markets, trying exotic foods and meeting local people.Trekking toursWe have trekking holidays to famous places such as Machu Picchu or the Everest Base Camp Trek, as well as some nearer to home in the Highlands of Scotland. You don’t need to be very sporty, just fairly fit. You’ll have a great time enjoying nature with a group of new friends. Some of the holidays include camping, but we’ll transport the tents for you!Wildlife holidaysWe organise small-group tours to get closer to nature in Africa, Asia or South America. Go on safari in Africa and watch lions and giraffes. Meet the famous turtles of the Galapagos Islands. Look for tigers in India, or take an elephant safari in Sri Lanka. We use local guides and stay in a range of accommodation, from tents to tree houses.1. On which holiday(s) can you see animals?
Приклад запитання: What is near the river?
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