......isn"t always a safe sport. A)Football Б)Ice hockey B)Rugby Г)Basketball5-9 класс
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11. When we arrived at the airport, we found that the flight ___.
1. I (to write) to my friend last week. She (not to answer) my letter yet. I still (to wait) for a reply.
2. I (not to want) to go to the zoo today because it (to rain) now. The
same thing happened yesterday. I (not to want) to go to the zoo because
it (to rain).
3. Try not to be absent from class again for the rest
of the term. You (to miss) already too many classes. You (to miss) two
classes just last week.
4. Sue (not to be) here next term. She (to resign). Who (to be) a new teacher. You (to know)?
ball. At first this game involved me with a beautiful ball, the bright form. A bit later I have seriously reflected, the I like football. Probably, the that it is very mobile game, one person, and small collective participates in it not. The victory of the team depends on game of everyone. This game tempers health, brings up will, feeling of solidarity, helps to become hardy, strong. I wish all to fall in love with this sport. ПЕРЕВИДЕТИ ПЛИЗЗ НА РУССКИЙ ЯЗЫК=)
Sport is an organized, competitive, entertaining and skilful activity, which requires following some certain rules. It is an integral part of our life. It is very popular among people of all nationalities and different age groups. Sport helps us to be in good form, to keep fit, it makes us more organized, disciplined and strong-willed.
Russia is a country famous for its outstanding brilliant sportsmen, especially in winter kinds of sport. Russian teams take worthy places at world championships in ice hockey as well as in figure skating.
Sport has become very popular among young generation, since from early childhood children are trained to sport life. Russian schools and universities offer students a wide choice of sporting activities. It can be tennis, table tennis, volleyball, basketball, swimming, football, judo, boxing and others. There are a lot of sport clubs in Russia specialized in various sports, which admit children and teenagers. Many members of such clubs take part in numerous competitions, struggle for medals.
Russian people like to do many different sports. In summer they usually swim a lot, roller-skate and ride a bicycle. All sports grounds are crowded with football lovers. But winter sports are closer to Russian people. As soon as the first snow falls, nearly all the livers of the country take their cross-country skis and lay out a ski trail.
Young sportsmen adore snowboarding and Alpine skiing. Ski resorts all around the country become more and more popular, especially among the youth. It's not enough for snowboarders just to be able to surf down the slide. It's a must for every respected boarder to show at least 5 different stunts, otherwise he or she would not be considered "cool". There is nothing more attractive for Russian people in winter than skiing for the whole day and then sitting with friends, chatting and drinking hot tea. The equipment for Alpine skiing and snowboarding is quite expensive, but young sportsmen use the equipment that they rent at the ski resorts.
You can't forget about another favourite winter sport of the Russians — it is skating and particularly figure skating. Nowadays many people attend outdoor or indoor skating-rinks where they can skate even in summer.
Russian people are ardent fans of extreme sports. For the last several years there occurred a new youth passion for elastic bungee jumping. You jump off a bridge or a building and fall down to the ground, but just before the moment you hit the water or the ground, an elastic rope pulls you back. There is a similar kind of sport called skysurfing. In this case, you jump out of an airplane, which is flying at the height of about 5 km, and fall down using a special board to "surf" the air.
There is a great number of fitness centres all over Russia. A year ticket to one of such centres may cost about 10.000 roubles.
Having your personal card, you have a possibility to use all offered facilities and attend all the classes included in the program. It may be everything from a simple gym equipped with a lot of up-to-date gym apparatus to some dancing classes or a swimming pool.
But still many people watch sport programmes on TV and are sure that they can be called sport-lovers. Some of them are keen on attending football and hockey matches at the stadium in order to feel a unique atmosphere. There is a huge amount of football fans in Russia. The sense of empathy is very common for Russian people. The team spirit lives in them, that is why they are always ready to support their compatriots at any championship. Although there are many good professionals in such famous football clubs as Zenit, Spartak, Rubin and Locomotive, their achievements are not very great, but even this fact can't influence the fans' attitude to their favourite teams.
2. You haven`t got any brothers or sister,_____?
3.Your parents must be kind and friendly,_____?
4. You play sports,__________?
5. It is a tradition to play sports in your family,_______?
6. You and your parents will go to Russia next year,_________?
7.Christmas is more important holiday than Easter in your family,________?
8.Your friend doesn`t speak Russian,_______?
9.She visited this summer camp last year,_______?
10.This summer camp is one of the biggest ones in Britain,________?
11.The weather in this part of Britain isn`t always rainy,________?
friendly,don't they 4) You play sports, don't you 5) It is a tradition to play sports in your family, isn't it 6) Christmas is a more important holiday than Easter in your family,isn't it You and your parents willgo to Russia next year, won't you 7) You and your parents willgo to Russia next year, won't you 8) You don't speak Russian, do you 9) You visited this summer camp last year, didn't you 10) This summer camp is one of the biggest ones in Britain, isn't it 11) The weather in this part of Britain isn't always rainy, is it
rugby, tennis, squash, table tennis, badminton, canoeing and snooker were all invented in Britain. The first rules for such sports as boxing, golf, hockey, yachting and horse-racing also originated from Britain. The most popular sports that people take part in, rather than watching, are angling, snooker and darts.
Cricket is very much the English game. A match can take five days – and end in a draw. A form of cricket was being played 250 years ago.
Football began as a contest between neighboring villages – with no limit to the number on each side, no fixe pitch and almost no rules. The Football Association drew up the rules of the modern game in 1863 and in 1888 12 clubs joined together to form the first Football League. England won the World Cup in 1966. Rugby and football became two separate sports when the rules laid down by the Football Association said that only the goalkeeper could handle the ball. Two kinds of rugby are played in Britain. Rugby Union is played by amateurs in teams of 15 in the south of England and in Wales (where it is the national sport). Rugby League is played by professionals in teams of 13 in the north of England.
Golf was probably invented in Holland, but has been played in Scotland for at least 400 years. At first, it was played with balls made of wood, then of leather stuffed with feathers. The first rules for tennis were drawn up by the All-England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club when it held its first tournament in the London suburb of Wimbledon in 1877. Wimbledon is still the world’s most famous tennis event.
There are a lot of sports and games which are popular both among youngsters and gown-ups. 25 millions of grownup people take part in sports. Sports is one of the programme of all state and private schools and universities. Nearly of schools have sports grounds and swimming pools. Indeed, sports is a part of everyday life in Britain.