Задание 39 Письма о Москве

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Задание 39

You have 20 minutes to do this task.

You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen-friend.

         …I’ve always wanted to visit Moscow so it’ll be great to spend a week at your place. Any ideas as to what we might do? Should I bring any special clothes? Do let me know if there is anything I can get you from England?

         Write back soon.

         All the best,

        Gloria

 

Write a letter to Gloria.

In your letter

  • answer her questions
  • ask 3 questions  about her eating habits

Write 100 -140 words.

Remember the rules of letter writing.

 

Belgorod

Russia

 

19/04/2015

 

Dear Gloria,

It was nice to hear from you again. I can’t wait to see you in Moscow!

Guess what! We’re going to take a hot air balloon ride above the city that’s why bring a hoodie and a pair of jeans in order not to get cold.

What about visiting the Bolshoi Theatre? I could order the tickets beforehand.  Also I think that St. Basil’s Cathedral which is a famous landmark is a must to see for every visitor.

I’ll be glad if you get me a book with pictures of London and some magnets for my collection.

By the way, my mom wonders if she needs to cook something special for you. What kind of meat do you prefer? Do you like spicy food? Would you like to try any Russian dish?

Keep in touch.

Love,

Christina (142)

Sample questions:
  1. What kind of meat do you prefer?
  2. What fruit do you like best?
  3. What do you usually have for breakfast (dinner)?
  4. What juice would you like for breakfast?
  5. What kind of soup do you like?
  6. Have you ever eaten borsch/cabbage soup?
  7. Would you like to try any Russian dish?
  8. Would you like to have your porridge with salt or sugar?
  9. Do you like sea food?
  10. Do you like hot spicy food?
  11. You prefer fish to meat, don’t you?
  12. You don’t drink fizzy drinks, do you?
  13. Don’t you mind eating home-made wholesome food?
  14. Are you a vegetarian?
  15. Shall we cook anything special for you?

Большой театр

The Bolshoi Theatre

Задание 39

You have 20 minutes to do this task.

You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen-friend John who writes:

        …I’m going to visit Russia in July. I’ve read a lot about Moscow but I’m especially interested in its history. What historical sites and museums would you recommend me to visit? Is museums entrance fee high in Moscow? Are there any weekdays when the entrance is free for students? Do they allow taking pictures inside?

        Well, I must finish now because I’ve got an exam tomorrow. Write back soon and tell me all your news.

        All the best,

       John

 

Write back to John.

In your letter

  • answer his questions
  • ask 3 questions about his exam and his journey to Russia

Write 100 – 140 words.

Remember the rules of letter writing.

 

Volokonovka

Russia

15/12/14

 

Dear John,

I was glad to receive your letter. Hope the exam was a piece of cake for you!

I'm looking forward to seeing you at my place! We are going to have an unforgettable fortnight in Moscow. I’m also keen on history so we could start sightseeing from the Kremlin and its tremendous cathedrals, Red Square and the Historical Museum. I’m sure St. Basil’s Cathedral will strike your imagination. You won’t regret the idea of spending a day out in Tzaritsyno national park, either.

As a rule, taking pictures is allowed but you shouldn’t use flash. The ticket prices aren’t very high (are quite reasonable). Unfortunately there are no special days for students when the admission is free.

By the way, what mark did you get in the exam? What airport will you arrive? Is it a night flight?

Write me soon.

Love,

Tatiana (145)

Sample questions:
  1. What subject did you take the exam?
  2. Was it difficult to get ready for the exam? (to revise, to prepare)
  3. Was it difficult or easy to pass the exam?
  4. What mark did you get in the exam?
  5. You passed your exam with flying colours, didn’t you?
  6. How long are you going to stay in Moscow (in Russia)?
  7. Would you like to visit any other city except Moscow?
  8. What places of interests do you want to visit ?
  9. What airport will you arrive at?
  10. Will you arrive at Domodedovo or at Sheremetievo?
  11. What date are you coming?
  12. What is your flight number?
  13. Is it a night flight?
  14. Would you like me to meet you at the airport?
  15. Will you have a lot of luggage?

соборы Кремля

The Kremlin Cathedrals

Задание 39

You have 20 minutes to do this task.

This is part of a letter from your English-speaking friend Ann who writes:

…One of my friends has been recently invited to spend a couple of weeks in Moscow this summer and it’s going to be his first time coming here. What places of interest and historical attractions would you recommend for him to see? What are your favourite ones?

   I’m sure there are a lot of lovely places here to spend a night out. Where should he go first?

  By the way, he is fond of sports…

 

Write a letter to Ann.

In your letter

  • give advice where to go in Moscow
  • ask 3 questions about a favourite sport of Ann’s friend

 

Write 100-140 words.

Remember the rules of letter writing.

 

Volokonovka

Russia

 

08/04/11

 

Dear Ann,

Hi! I’m very glad to hear from you again. I think, your friend is really lucky to spend a fortnight in such magnificent city!

Without any doubt he should visit Red Square and see the Cathedral of  St. Basil the Blessed, the Kremlin with its famous clock tower, the Spasskaya Tower, the Tzar-Cannon and the Tzar-Bell. My favourite place here is the Armoury Chamber which is the world-famous treasure house. (My favourite places are The Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts and the State Tretyakov Gallery.)

He might spend a night out visiting one of the numerous theatres or night clubs. For example, my friend and I like hanging out at the FAQ-Café-Creative -Studio. They often hold very exciting body-art parties here.

By the way, what kind of sport is your friend fond of? How long has he been going in for sport? Has he got any sport awards?

Write me soon.

Love,

Anton (142)

Исторический музей

The Historical Museum

P.S.

If you are a Muscovite, please, add some more places of interest in Moscow to visit.

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