Let's spend a toss-up "Who the first will begin game"
Translate the word combination
Disagree with the sentence and write the correct information.
Find the words with the opposite meaning
Unesco – what is it?
Make dialogue one after another
We live on the same planet
Translate the word combination
Read the words, find the adjectives
Read the words, find the adjectives
Make up adjectives
Complete the sentences
Think of 3 nouns, 3 verbs, 3 adjectives to describe this person
Translate into English
Say the following numerals
Match the numerals and the transcription
Which city is the biggest?
How old is London now?
How many people live in London and Moscow together?
What city is it? and when this city will celebrate it’s two thousandth birthday?
Who are these people?
Find A.Pushkin's books
Find Shakespeare's books
Find words which associate with Diana
Find words which associate with Diana
Speak about facts of A. sarharov’s biography
Separate the biographies
Say how we usually communicate with each other
Name these things
Match the words and the descriptions
Find the phrases with the opposite meaning
Put the telephone conversation in the correct order
Put in prepositions if need
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Category: englishenglish

Knowledge is a chest of gold. The game

1.

2. Let's spend a toss-up "Who the first will begin game"

LET'S SPEND A TOSS-UP "WHO THE FIRST WILL BEGIN GAME"
Count, please
1594-837=
One thousand five hundred and ninety four
minus eight hundred and thirty seven
is seven hundred and fifty seven

3.

Welcome to the
world
teenagers’
competition
Describing
people
Numerals and
dates
Speaking about
famous people
How can we
communicate
with each other
50
100
150
200
250
300
50
100
150
200
250
300
50
100
150
200
250
300
50
100
150
200
250
300
50
100
150
200
250
300

4. Translate the word combination

It’s a chance in a million
Шанс на миллион

5. Disagree with the sentence and write the correct information.

John will go to school on the tenth of September.
John will not go to school on the
tenth of September. He will go to
school on the first of September

6. Find the words with the opposite meaning

Sociable industrious
shy
rude
polite
lazy

7. Unesco – what is it?

UNESCO – what is it?
United Nations Educational,
Scientific, and Cultural
Organization

8. Make dialogue one after another

•For me – yes. You know, my English isn’t so good!
•Hi, Paul! What’s up?
•Certainly, I’ll help you.
•Why? Are the questions so difficult?
•Hi, Steve!
•Could you help me to answer the questions in the World
Teenagers’ Competition?
1. Hi, Steve!
2. Hi, Paul! What’s up?
3. Could you help me to answer the questions in the World
Teenagers’ Competition?
4. Why? Are the questions so difficult?
5. For me – yes. You know, my English isn’t so good!
6. Certainly, I’ll help you.

9. We live on the same planet

WE LIVE ON THE SAME PLANET
IF YOU
are over the age of 12,
like travelling,
want to make new friends.
want to improve your English,
Just answer our questions!
UNESCO offers 50 lucky participants the chance to visit all the English-speaking
countries absolutely free! So for the chance to win the tour just answer the following
simple questions:
1. Can you describe yourself in five words?
2. What would you most like to change in yourself?
3. What’s your motto?
4. How do you see yourself in 10 years?
5. How do you see our planet in 10 years?
Send your reply to our e-mail: [email protected]

10. Translate the word combination

11. Read the words, find the adjectives

12. Read the words, find the adjectives

13. Make up adjectives

Creative
Talkative
Russian
American
Musical
Historic, historical
lovely

14. Complete the sentences

15. Think of 3 nouns, 3 verbs, 3 adjectives to describe this person

16. Translate into English

17. Say the following numerals

18. Match the numerals and the transcription

4
1
5
2
6
3
2
4
7
5
1
6
3
7

19. Which city is the biggest?

Moscow
Founded: 1147
Population: 10,407,000
Area: 1,081 sq km
Rainfall: 581 mm
Winter temperature: -10 0C
Summer temperature: +18 0C
Washington
Founded: 1790
Population: 1,000,000
Area: 200 sq km
Rainfall: 1,064 mm
Winter temperature: +20C
Summer temperature: +24 0C
London
Founded: 43
Population: 7,600,000
Area: 1,706 sq km
Rainfall: 799 mm
Winter temperature: +3 0C
Summer temperature: +22,50C
Sydney
Founded: 1788
Population: 4,200,000
Area: 1,600 sq km
Rainfall: 1,180 mm
Winter temperature: +120C
Summer temperature: +22 0C

20. How old is London now?

Moscow
Founded: 1147
Population: 10,407,000
Area: 1,081 sq km
Rainfall: 581 mm
Winter temperature: -10 0C
Summer temperature: +18 0C
London
Founded: 43
Population: 7,600,000
Area: 1,706 sq km
Rainfall: 799 mm
Winter temperature: +3 0C
Summer temperature: +22,50C
1968 – one thousand nine
hundred and sixty eight
Washington
Founded: 1790
Population: 1,000,000
Area: 200 sq km
Rainfall: 1,064 mm
Winter temperature: +20C
Summer temperature: +24 0C
Sydney
Founded: 1788
Population: 4,200,000
Area: 1,600 sq km
Rainfall: 1,180 mm
Winter temperature: +120C
Summer temperature: +22 0C

21. How many people live in London and Moscow together?

Moscow
Founded: 1147
Population: 10,407,000
Area: 1,081 sq km
Rainfall: 581 mm
Winter temperature: -10 0C
Summer temperature: +18 0C
London
Founded: 43
Population: 7,600,000
Area: 1,706 sq km
Rainfall: 799 mm
Winter temperature: +3 0C
Summer temperature: +22,50C
18,007,000 – eighteen million seven thousand
Washington
Founded: 1790
Population: 1,000,000
Area: 200 sq km
Rainfall: 1,064 mm
Winter temperature: +20C
Summer temperature: +24 0C
Sydney
Founded: 1788
Population: 4,200,000
Area: 1,600 sq km
Rainfall: 1,180 mm
Winter temperature: +120C
Summer temperature: +22 0C

22. What city is it? and when this city will celebrate it’s two thousandth birthday?

What city is it?
And when this city will celebrate it’s two thousandth birthday?
Founded: 1147
Population: 10,407,000
Area: 1,081 sq km
Rainfall: 581 mm
Winter temperature: -10 0C
Summer temperature: +18 0C
In 3147 (in thirty one and
forty seven)

23. Who are these people?

William Shakespeare
Andrej Sakharov
Princess Diana
Winston Churchill
Aleksandr Pushkin
Leonardo Da Vinchi

24. Find A.Pushkin's books

Ruslan and Ludmila
Borodino
David Copperfield
The Tale of Tsar Saltan
The Adventures of Oliver Twist
Eugene Onegin

25. Find Shakespeare's books

Romeo and Juliet
The Adventures of Tom Sawyer
Othello
Hamlet
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland

26. Find words which associate with Diana

the first wife of Charles,
Prince of Wales; Jane Eyre;
international
charity;
an
English novelist and poet; her
death in a car crash;
the American Revolutionary
War; the president of Great
Ormond Street Hospital for
Children; the president

27. Find words which associate with Diana

the first wife of Charles,
Prince of Wales; Jane Eyre;
international
charity;
an
English novelist and poet; her
death in a car crash;
the American Revolutionary
War; the president of Great
Ormond Street Hospital for
Children; the president

28. Speak about facts of A. sarharov’s biography

Speak about facts of A. Sarharov’s biography
1921 –
1942 –
He was born.
He graduated from the Moscow State
University and started his work in physics.
1953 –
A.Sakharov became the youngest
academician in Russia.
1975 –
He won the Nobel Prize.
1987 –
He took part in International Conference against atomic wars
in Moscow and he also started his official career as a member
of Russian Parliament.
1989 –
He died.

29. Separate the biographies

1
Andrej Sakharov was born on the 21st of May, 1921 in Moscow.
2
Winston Churchill was born on the 30th of November, 1874 in Britain, in rich and famous family.
1
He graduated from the Moscow State University and became the most famous researchers in physics.
2
In 1895 he graduated from Sandhurst Military Academy and in five years time, in 1900, became a member of
Parliament.
1
As a scientist he understood the danger of atomic wars and fought against them.
2
He was the Prime Minister during the Second World War.
1
He also fought for human rights, progress and peace all over the world.
1
In 1975 he won the Nobel Peace Prize.
1. Andrej Sakharov
2. Winston Churchill

30. Say how we usually communicate with each other

Phone
Computer
Letters
Postcards

31. Name these things

Computer
Keyboard
Disk
Monitor
Mouse and mouse pad

32. Match the words and the descriptions

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Computer
Fax
E-mail
Telephone
Internet
c
a
d
e
b
The machine which is used for sending or receiving copies of printed material,
letters, pictures, ets. along a telephone line.
An international network of computers. It has electronic mail and provides a
large amount of information.
An electronic machine that can store and recall information, do many
processes on it.
A method of using computer for composing, storing and receiving messages
over electronic communication systems.
A system for sending or receiving speech over long distances.

33. Find the phrases with the opposite meaning

To leave the message, to take a chance, to be out of luck,
to receive e-mail, to be in luck, to send e-mail,
to take a message, to miss a chance,

34. Put the telephone conversation in the correct order

5
Christie: Could you ask him to call me back, please?
4
Mr. Preston: Certainly, Christie
Christie: Hello! It’s Christie. Can I speak to Oliver, please?
1
6
Mr. Preston : OK, Christie, I’ll give him a message.
7
Christie: Thank you. Bye.
2
8
3
Mr. Preston : hello, Christie! I’m afraid Oliver isn’t here at
the moment.
Mr. Preston : Bye.
Christie: Can you tell him Christie call?

35. Put in prepositions if need

with
in
of
by
on
at
At
any
to
About ten years ago telephone was the only

means
communication which people

could use
their home.
present computers make our life much

more comfortable. Now we can send


messages
each other
fax, e…
mail or communicate
the Internet.
Those
who
have
the
Internet
can

communicate not only
people.


They can get
information
any
library all over the world.

36.

Well
done!
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