1read the text and mark the sentences t(true), f(false) or ds (doesn’t say)
there are countless flea markets all around the world, and they are especially popular in europe. one of the busiest markets in europe is in the town of lille, northern france: la braderie. with two hundred kilometres of open air stalls, this flea market offers a massive diversity of things to buy at reduced prices. unfortunately, this amazing event, which has over a million visitors, is only an annual event which happens during the first weekend of september. another shopper’s paradise is in russia. moscow has many flea markets but the vernisazh flea market at izmailovsky park is perhaps the most famous. there is almost nothing that you can’t find there, especially if you are a tourist looking for authentic russian souvenirs to bring back home.
but flea markets are not just places where tourists can buy inexpensive things. the annex antiques fair and flea market in new york, usa is a trendy market which has been attracting famous hollywood stars as well as people living in the area ever since it opened. so, as you see, flea markets offer something for everyone!
europe has the biggest flea markets.….
la braderie opens two days a year ….
there is one flea market in russia …
the annex antiques fair is a trendy market in uk…
hollywood stars visit flea markets…
2 put the verbs into the present perfect or present perfect continuous.
kate …(go) to shop. she will be back soon.
tom …(work) very hard last three days. he needs a rest.
he ….(never be) in london.
i …(clean) the house since 9 o’clock. can you help me?
…/ever/eat) chinese food?
The Russian Federation is the official name of our country
May is the fifth month of the year. July is the seventh month of the year. August is the eighth month of the year. October is the tenth month of the year. December is the twelfth month of the year.
5. choosing formallty between two or more candidates 6. shocking 7. invite people for a job 8. final result 9. strange and unnatural 10. were on tv/radio 2) - what do you feel when doing sports? - that’s an interesting question i’ve much thought about. well, take any emotion, like anger, frustration, disappointment or pain, and try to hide what you feel deep inside, try to bottle
everything up till you’re ready to burst like a powder keg. then you can say that this is what you feel when doing sports, especially if it’s an important event or competition… you feel as if your mind goes dark and empty and you don’t actually know why you’re doing it, but you’re doing it to the best of your abilities. you run, hit or tackle and you know that each member of
your team is feeling every little bit of it. and when it’s all finished, and you’re standing over your opponent like a victorious warrior, you may feel really satisfied, you feel like a god… ответить на вопрос 1.what emotions do people have when doing sports? 2.are these emotions strong or weak? 3.what kind of sports does this sportsman do? why do you think so?
4.who are sports people compared to?