Составте 5 нормальных вопросов к этому тексту причем 1 разделительный 1 общий 1 альтернативный 1 специальный и еще какой нибудь из них The usual10-11 класс
meals in England are: breakfast, lunch, tea and dinner, or in simpler houses, breakfast, dinner, tea and supper. In England mealtimes are as follows: breakfast time is between 7 and 9 a.m., lunch time is between 12 and 2 p.m., dinner is between 7 and 10 p.m.
Usual breakfast is porridge, bacon and eggs, marmalade with buttered toast and tea or coffee. For a change you can have a boiled egg, cold ham or perhaps fish.
Englishmen generally have lunch at one o'clock p.m. The businessmen usually find it impossible to come for lunch and so they go to a cafe or a restaurant. Afternoon tea you can hardly call a meal, but for some people it has become a tradition. At this time everything stops for tea in England. People often come in for a chat with their cup of tea. Some English families like to have the so called "high tea". They have it between 5 and 6 o'clock.
The main meal of the day is called dinner. Dinner is eaten either in the middle of the day or in the evening. The midday meal usually consists of two courses — a meat course with a lot of vegetables and a soup.
1. Do Englishmen generally have lunch at one o'clock p.m? (Общий) 2. What are the usual meals in England? ( специальный) 3. Is usual breakfast porridge or milk? (Альтернативный) 4. Who comes for a chat with a cup of tea? ( вопрос к подлежащему) 5 The main meal of the day is called dinner, isn't it?
1. Are the usual meals in England breakfast, lunch, tea and dinner, and supper? - общий
2. In England mealtimes are as follows: breakfast time is between 7 and 9 a.m., lunch time is between 12 and 2 p.m., dinner is between 7 and 10 p.m, aren't they? - разделительный
3. Does usual breakfast consist of porridge, bacon and eggs, marmalade with buttered toast and tea or coffee? - общий
4. Can you have for a change a boiled egg, cold ham or perhaps fish? - общий
5.Englishmen generally have lunch at one o'clock p.m, don't they? - разделительный
6. When does everything stop for tea in England. - специальный
7. Where do people often come in for a chat with their cup of tea?- специальный
8. Some English families like to have the so called "high tea", don't they? - разделительный
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SPORTS AND GAMES POPULAR IN ENGLAND
— What would you say are the most
popular games in England today?
— Well, I suppose football, that
is, soccer or rugger, and cricket.
— What are the other outdoor
— Oh, there's tennis, hockey,
golf, and so on. Tennis is played all the year round — on hard courts or grass
courts in summer, and on hard or covered courts in winter.
— What about horse-racing?
— I should say that is one of the
most popular sports in Great Britain. Then there are, of course, walking-races,
running, swimming and boxing.
— I've been told that there are
no winter sports in England.
— Well, you see, the English
winter isn't very severe as a rule, and we don't often have the chance of
skiing, skating or tobogganing, but winter is the great time for hunting,
provided the ground is not too hard.
— Is there any golf to be had
— Oh, yes, any amount. There are
dozens of good golf-links within an hour or so of London. You ought to join a
golf club if you're keen on the game.
— I think I shall if I get the
chance. What about indoor games?
— Well, there's chess, billiards,
cards, table tennis... By the way, do you play billiards?
— Well, I do, but of course, I'm
not a professional or a champion, just an ordinary amateur, and not a very good
one at that,