The 21st of May
Hello my dear friends! Welcome to English lesson! Let’s start.
Task 1.Read the text. Below the text there are 6 statements. Decide if each sentence is <True> or <False>. If the sentence is true, put a letter <T>, if it is false, put letter <F>.
Nowadays people seem to read newspapers mostly. Many people are fond of reading detective stories or
spy thrillers. I myself prefer books about politics, history. I enjoy reading books by such English writers as
My favorite writer is William Shakespeare, one of the outstanding personalities in the world literature.
William Shakespeare was born in Stratford-upon-Avon not farm from London. His father, John Shakespeare,
came to Stratford from a village and opened a shop there. He never became a rich man but at one time he was
an important official in the city. William Shakespeare lived in Stratford until he was twenty-one. He got
married and had three children. At the age of 21 William left Stratford for London to join a company of actors.
William Shakespeare lived and worked in London for 25 years. In all William Shakespeare wrote 37 plays, 2
long poems, a sonnet cycle of 155 small pieces.
1.I prefer reading books about love and adventures.
2.My favourite writer William Shakespeare was born in Stratford-upon-Avon not farm from London.
3 His father became a rich man.
4.William Shakespeare lived in Stratford until he was twenty-six.
5 William left Stratford for London to join a company of actors.
6.William Shakespeare lived and worked in London for a lot of years.
Task 2.Match these words with their explanations
1.geography a) an invitation to take part in a competition
2.meteorology b) explanation for what has happened
3.reason c) the scientific study of weather
4.challenge d) the lowest part of the an object
5.bottom e) the study of the Earth’s surface regions of the world
Task 3.Choose the right form of the verb to complete the sentences.
1. When we entered the room, the television (has\had) been turned on and my parents were watchingthe news.
2.The teacher told us that these problems (have\had) been recently discovered.
3. Alice said that all invitation cards (have\had) been written.