Презентация "Wisenheimer" 10 класс


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World Religions

Wisenheimer

School #35, Tambov

Galina Kotova

RIDDLES

NATURE & GEOGRAPHY

CULTURE

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SHAKESPEARE

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THANKSGIVING DAY

What has two hands and a face, but no arms or legs?

A clock

Because they can’t cook.

Why do lions eat raw meat?

A blackboard

What is black when it is clean and white when it is dirty?

He wanted to see the butterfly.

Why did the boy throw the butter out of the window?

Today is her tenth birthday.

A girl was nine on her last birthday, and she will be eleven on her next. How is this possible?

Name the river on which the US capital stands

Name the river on which the US capital stands

The Potomac River

The Mississippi River

The Missouri River

In this county in England Agatha Christie

found the name for her famous detective

Miss Marple and L. Carrol – for his cat

in “Alice’s Adventures”

Cheshire

Staffordshire

Cornwall

The State and the lake

Michigan

Colorado

Ohio

The famous Scottish “beast” giving source for people’s imagination

Loch Ness Monster

This unpleasant plant saved Scotland

from invaders and became its symbol

Thistle

Shamrock

Mistletoe

This French Lady made of bronze “lives” in New York

The Statue of Liberty

Irish scandalous family whose name is used

today to describe any scandalmonger

Hooligans

This vegetarian is the “father” of

British rock-music

Andrew Lloyd Webber a “father” of

rock-musical “Jesus Christ-Super Star”

also wrote about these nice pets

His picture started growing old

instead of him

“The Picture of Dorian Grey” 1890

by Oscar Wilde

When and where was Shakespeare born?

Shakespeare was born in 1564

in Stratford-on-Avon

How many plays and sonnets did Shakespeare write?

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Shakespeare wrote 37 plays and 154 sonnets.

One play called "Cardenio" has no written record today.

Only 36 plays can be read today.

Plays

Sonnets

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36

152

B

37

154

C

38

156

D

39

158

a) King Lear

b) Richard II

c) Julius Caesar

d) Hamlet

What fictional character makes a speech that begins with the words

"to be or not to be"?

What was as the Globe

The Globe was an Elizabethan theatre, Shakespeare partially owned, where he performed many of his plays.

A reconstruction exists today

in the same suburb as the original

in Southwark.

How old is Juliet in Romeo and Juliet?

13

15

17

18

1898

1968

What is the name of the ship on which the pilgrims made their voyage to America?

The Mayflower

What year did the Pilgrims have their first Thanksgiving Feast?

  • 1620
  • 1621
  • 1624
  • 1777
  • 1985

When Congress made Thanksgiving an official holiday, they set the date as…

  • the third Thursday in November
  • the fourth Thursday in November
  • the last Thursday in November
  • November 24
  • the second Monday in October

Which vegetable or fruit was NOT on the menu at the first thanksgiving feast in 1621?

  • watercress
  • berries
  • pumpkin
  • corn
  • potatoes

The reason Thanksgiving was moved up a week was…

  • because the public wanted it moved
  • to lengthen the Christmas shopping season
  • to ward off evil spirits
  • to put it into with the original Thanksgiving ceremony
  • so it would be during warmer weather

Ресурсы:

  • http://testent.ru/load/testy/anglijskij_jazyk/1/44-1-0-212
  • http://moeobrazovanie.ru/viktoriny/test_po_angliyskomu_stranovedenie.html
  • http://oltest.ru/
  • http://www.holidayinsights.com/tday/
  • http://www.thanksgiving-day.org/
  • “101 American English Riddles” by Harry Collis 1996 NTC/C Contemporary Publishing Group, Inc.