Презентация "GETTING AROUND in LONDON"


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  • GETTING AROUND in LONDON
  • The London Underground
  • Tickets and travelcards
  • The double-decker bus
  • Taxis
  • Bicycles
  • Pedestrians
  • Trains and commuters
  • Tasks
  • October,27
  • Monday

Phonetic drill

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  • [ ɔ ] block, hobby, jogging, occupation
  • [æ ] fan, amber, black cab, taxi, map, passengers, crash

Put the missing letters

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  • O_c_p_ti_n
  • F_m_ _s for
  • Ra_ing ca_ dr_v_r
  • D_s_rve
  • P_r_onal d_t_ _ls

Translate the sentences into English:

  • Translate the sentences into English:
  • Приносить победу
  • Личные данные
  • Команда болельщиков
  • Заслуживать уважения
  • Отличное занятие
  • Превосходное хобби
  • Оздоровительный бег по утрам
  • Родиться весной
  • Быстрый автогонщик
  • Личные данные

  • THE LONDON UNDERGROUND
  • When you arrive at Heathrow airport, the quickest way to get to the centre of London is by train Heathrow Express or by the underground (the Tube).
  • This sign shows the entrance to a station on the London Underground.

  • The price of a ticket depends on the distance you travel to and the time of day. There are 6 zones.
  • When you travel out of zone 1, which is the central zone, you pay more.
  • So, one journey costs £4-6.
  • TICKETS AND TRAVELCARDS
  • A Travelcard is a one-day ticket on London transport. You can use the same travelcard on any bus and the Tube for as many journeys as you like all day.
  • A daily travelcard is cheaper if you buy it after 9.30 a.m. when the morning rush hour is over (off-peak).

  • Look at the daily travelcard
  • 1.When was it used?
  • 2.What time was it bought?
  • 3.How much did it cost?
  • 4.What zones was it used in?

THE DOUBLE-DECKER BUS

  • Most London buses are red.
  • They are not as popular as the Tube because they get stuck in traffic.
  • But they go everywhere.

TAXIS

  • London taxis are often called black cabs.
  • Taxis are expensive but good if there is a group of 3 or 4 of you.
  • Taxi-drivers, or cabbies, are proud of their knowledge of London.
  • They spend up to 4 years learning the best routes before they get their license.

BICYCLES

  • There are many cyclists on the roads in London. Cycling can be unhealthy. Some cyclists wear masks to protect themselves from the exhaust fumes.
  • PEDESTRIANS
  • Cars in Britain drive on the left. Be careful when crossing the road.
  • Sings under your feet remind you where to look before stepping on the road.
  • Is cycling encouraged in Moscow? In what ways?

  • TRAINS AND COMMUTERS
  • One million people commute into central London every day. They travel by train, Tube or bus from the suburbs into the city centre to work. These people are commuters.
  • 40% of these people use trains.
  • Train tickets are expensive but this form of transport is a fast and environmentally friendly alternative to using a car.

  • Task 1
  • True (T) or False (F)?
  • The London Underground is also called the metro.
  • A black cab is a London taxi.
  • A travelcard is a one-day ticket on London transport.
  • Buses in London are faster than trains.
  • You can buy a travelcard at any time of the day.
  • Three is the maximum number of passengers allowed in one taxi.
  • The rush hour is the busiest time to travel.
  • A double-decker is a bus with two levels.
  • Zone 4 on London Underground is in Central London.
  • A commuter is someone who likes trains.
  • A cabbie is the driver of a London taxi.

  • How many different forms of public transport can you use to get around in town?
  • Which forms of transport are best/worst for the environment?
  • Give examples of any problems you have getting around in Moscow.
  • Task 2
  • Answer the questions.

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