Презентация "Нью Йорк, Нью Йорк!" 8 класс


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  • New York, New York.
  • Агапова Н. А. МОУ «СОШ №6» г.Новомосковска Тульской области.

  • Washington D.C.
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  • The flag and the
  • national emblem of
  • New York
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  • The Statue of Liberty, New York Harbor, the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center , the United Nation Organization, the Chrysler building, the Metropolitan Opera, the Philharmonic Hall, the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Richmond, Manhattan, the Jewish quarter, the Metropolitan Museum of Arts, The Solomon Guggenheim Museum, The Whitney Museum of Arts, the Brooklyn bridge, the Manhattan bridge, the Robert А Kennedy bridge, the George Washington Bridge.
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  • The Statue of Liberty
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  • The Empire State Building
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  • The United Nations headquarter
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  • The Rockefeller Center
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  • The Chrysler Building
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  • The Central Park
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  • Times Square
  • and New Year’s
  • Eve ball
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  • The Lincoln Center
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  • Broadway and
  • the Fifth Avenue
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  • The islands of New York:
  • Manhattan, Long Island
  • and Staten Island
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  • The boroughs of New York
  • The city may be described as a collection of many neighbourhoods, each with its own character and life-style. Manhattan is the economic and cultural heart of the city. Only Brooklyn of the other boroughs has a similar range of social life. Queens is mainly residential and middle class, and Staten Island is partly suburban but still rural in some areas. In the Bronx luxurious residences and solid middle-class apartments prevail in some sections. Агапова Н. А.

  • Manhattan
  • The Bronx
  • Queens
  • Brooklyn
  • Staten Island
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  • Ethnic pockets abound throughout Manhattan, from black and Spanish Harlem in the north, to the various enclaves of the Lower East Side such as Little Italy and Chinatown. New York City also has large numbers of Irish, Puerto Ricans, and West Indians, as well as the largest Jewish population of any city in the world.
  • Harlem
  • Chinatown
  • The Jewish quarter
  • Little Italy
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  • Wall street and The New
  • York Stock Exchange
  • Wall Street in Manhattan is home to the nation's largest stock exchange and is the headquarters of the country's largest brokerage firms.
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  • The Metropolitan Museum of Arts
  • The Solomon Guggenheim Museum
  • The Whitney Museum of Arts
  • The American Museum of Natural History
  • Most famous among the city's many museums are the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and the American Museum of Natural History.
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  • The Manhattan bridge
  • The Brooklyn bridge
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  • The George Washington Bridge
  • The Robert А Kennedy bridge
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