Britain is a country where sport ia taken seriously. Most people have a sport that they play or that__________ .
A lot of people play sports when they are young. But then they spend most of their lives as spectators. One of the most popular ---------- in Britain is horse riding.
Thousands watch the big races on television. The British love to bet on horses in hope of ____ .
Three kilometres to the north-east of Stonehenge, Woodhenge is another monument. Dated to around 2,300 before Chtrist originally it comprised six rings of wooden posts.It was probably covered with a roof, or the wooden posts were joined in the Stonehenge fashion.
Another feature which was worth mentioning is the Cursus.It had been built before the stone settings. When it was called the Cursus in the eighteenth century, it was thought to be some sort of racetrack. However, its true function remains a mystery.
English Heritage will be charged with caring for Stonehenge , Woodenhenge , and the Cursus and will be caring for their good mangement and preservation for future generation.
There are some wonderful myths and legends and you can hear them on the audio tour at Stonehenge,Woodenhenge and the Cursus in ten different languages - English, French, German, Dutch,Spanish, Italian, Swedish, Rissian, Japanese and Mandarin.
The Kyiv funicular
The Kyiv funicular is a ride that should be on every tourist's list of fascinating things to explore. It connects the historic Upper city to the lower district through the steep hill and _______
The funicular ____ . It was built during 1902-1905 and was opened to public on May 7, 1905.
Since it's very closed to Mykhailivskyi Cathedral, ____. Later, when the cathedral was destroyed in 1935-1936, the funicular was renamed.
The total length of the track is 238 metres and ____ . The route is from Mykhailivska Square to Poshtova Square.
The funicular is so famous that it serves around 15,000 passengers daily and ------ .
для контролю знань і залучення учнів
до активної роботи у класі та вдома