Hometask 18/09/19

Hometask for 18.09.19
NEF. Vocabulary Bank. Sport. slide 146, page 145 Learn the words , ex 1/a,b, 2/a,b,c
Reading. / Match the headlines with the paragraphs

Ex.1(a)

Captain-7

Coach-5

Fans-2

Players-1

Referee-3

Spectators-4

Team-6

Stadium-8

Sports hall-9

Ex.1(b)

Tennis/basketball-court

Football/rugby/hockey-pitch

Swimming/diving-pool

Athletics-track

Formula 1,motorcycling-circuit

Golf-course

Ski-slope

Ex.2(a)

Beat-beat, beaten

Win-won,won

Lose- lost, lost

Draw- drew, drawn

Ex.2(b)

Milan beat Chelsea 3-0.

The Chicago Bulls lost 78-91 to Celtics.

Spain drew with Brazil 2-2.

Milan won the match 3-0.

Ex.2(c)

Players usually warm up before match starts.

Professional sportspeople have to train everyday.

It’s dangerous tonplaay tennis on a wet court.You might get injured.

I’ve stared going to yhe gym, because I want to get fit.

He’s a good player.I think he’s going to score a lot of goals.

Would you like to go swimming this afternoon?

I play basketball twice a week.

My brothers do yoga and tai-chi.


1. Popular route
2. The secret of the old rocks-G
3. City of contrasts-B
4. Escape the heat-E
5. Common roots-A
6. Wildlife holidays-D
7. Holy waters-C
8. Movie magic-F

A. The world’s first university was established in India in 700 BC, where more than 10,500 students from around the world studied more than 60 different subjects. The training was conducted in Sanskrit. Nowadays Sanskrit is considered to be the mother of all the European languages. Its elements can be traced in most of them.
B. The most frequently visited place in India is Delhi, the capital of the country. It seems to be divided into two parts. New Delhi is a modern city with hi-tech architecture, tourist attractions and modern facilities. Old Delhi is several centuries old, with narrow streets, ancient churches and noisy bazaars. Lots of people live in slums without the most essential facilities like toilets and running water.
C. People all over the world know of India’s greatest river, the Ganges. It is the subject of thousands of prayers. The river looks extremely beautiful in the morning light. It is believed that bathing in the Ganges helps to cure all kinds of diseases and can improve your life in general. It has become a common ritual for pilgrims to gather by the river in the mornings.
D. The most famous and often visited Indian historic area is the Golden Triangle. It consists of the cities of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. Lying in the south-east, Agra attracts tourists with its iconic image of the Taj Mahal palace, which is one of the eight wonders of the modern world. To the south-west is the colourful ‘Pink City’ of Jaipur, known for its Palace of Winds.
E. Indian climate differs from one part of the country to another. The air is cool and fresh in the mountains but in the plains it is usually very hot and dry so even a short trip can be very hard for an inexperienced traveller. That is why tourists are always glad to have a rest at one of the numerous stations in the hills. There they can enjoy a nice cup of real Indian tea, the most refreshing drink in such a climate.
F. India is not all history. It is also famous for its Bollywood industry, which produces love stories and action films. Indian films have always had their own style, rich in music and dancing. Though the industry is still developing, many of Indian film stars have received Oscar prizes and are known throughout the world. The home of Bollywood is Bombay, also known as a busy port and the country’s commercial centre.
G. There is an unusual treasure hidden in the Indian mountains. These are striking ancient temples cut in the rocks. For example, the Buddhist cave temples at Ajanta were built at least 2,000 years ago. Inside the caves on the walls tourists can see pictures of people’s lives and animal images. Some researchers believe that the interpretation of the images can help us to learn a lot about people’s lives in ancient times.

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