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HOUSE AND HOME tööleht

Elderly people who have lost their spouse or never married prefer to live alone in their own homes as long as they can cope. Families often live nearby and can help. There are also local services (cleaning, ‘meals-on- wheels’, day centres with activities, etc.) and voluntary organisations, such as Age Concern or Help the Aged who support them. When people become too frail, they usually move care homes. Exercise 1. Find the corresponding English word from the text. Answer the questions in full sentences. Omavalitsuse korter/maja Council flat/house Kaubaladu warehouse Elamurajoon district Õlg-(pilli)roogkatus thatched Segu mixture Väike maamaja, suvila cottage Võimalused facilities Pilliroog reeds

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Teacher's questions FAMILY, HOME AND EVERYDAY LIFE 1. What colours do you like? Why? I like many colours. Coloured things are more interesting than monochrome things. But I have got my favourite colour. My favourite colour is pink. I like yellow and orange too. These colours are quite womanly. I don't like dark colours. Dark colours are too dark for me. 2. What do you think of the colour scheme of your school? I think that my school is beautiful. My school has got quite good look. In the outside the school is light. But in the inside the schoolrooms are quite colourful. I don't like the gym colour scheme. I think that pink and blue are not very good choice. I think that it's quite funny. But other rooms are in normal colours. 3. If money where not a problem, what would your future home look like? There will be many changes in my home look. Mostly I will enlarge the rooms. I need more living space. The kitchen must be huge, because in hug

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Inglise keele eksami materjal

...................... 2 Global Problems ........................................................................................................................................ 3 Health and fitness ..................................................................................................................................... 3 Jobs and employment ............................................................................................................................... 3 English speaking countries ........................................................................................................................ 3 Food And Drink ......................................................................................................................................... 4 Exam House and Home I live in the center of Tallinn. In villardy street, it is near Kristiine. I have a very nice flat there with four rooms

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House of my dreams

House of my dreams Vsevolod Dolgov So, today I want to tell you about my house and house of my dreams. I live in a three-bedroom flat with my mother and brother. Our flat is very big, well, it is very big for me. It is very warm in there, but my mom says it's cold. I have my own room, and it is very cool, because it is like my own flat. I have all my things in there, such things like: a computer, books, my big bed, a guitar and diplomas. There, in my room, is all my life, if you want to know something about me, all you need is to visit my room. We live on the ground floor, and because of that, we do not get a lot of sun in the flat. Our city is not so big, but we live far from the center, our house is in the north-east of the city- it is about fifteen minutes by bus. But it is not so bad, in big cities you need fifty minutes! That’s why I love my city. My dream house should be located outside the city, where I can find true peace and happiness. I dream to l

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ENGLISH TOPICS - palju teemasid inglise keele riigieksami kordamiseks

They say it's unimaginable, boring, tasteless, it's chips with everything and totally overcooked vegetables. The basic ingredients, when fresh, are so full of flavour that British haven't had to invent sauces to disguise their natural taste. What can compare with fresh pees or new potatoes just boiled and served with butter? Why drown spring lamb in wine or cream and spices, when with just one or two herbs it is absolutely delicious? If you ask foreigners to name some typically English dishes, they will probably say "Fish and chips" then stop. It is disappointing, but true that, there is no tradition in England of eating in restaurants, because the food doesn't lend itself to such preparation. English cooking is found at home. So it is difficult to a good English restaurant with a reasonable prices. In most cities in Britain you'll find Indian, Chinese, French and Italian restaurants. In London you'll also find Indonesian, Mexican, Greek..

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Suuline eksam

Are they politicians, writers, scientists, musicians? 42. Can you name some Estonian writers who are famous for their humour? Which of their books have you read? 43. What kind of books do you like to read? 44. When did you last read a poem? 45. Do you enjoy reading poems? http://www.abiks.pri.ee 46. Have you ever written a poem? When? What was it about? 47. Can you say a poem in English? 48. What books have you read lately? 49. When did you learn to read? Was it easy or difficult for you? 50. How much time do you spend on reading? Do you think it is enough? 51. Do you have a favourite book? / author? Why? Why not? 52. How do you choose a book to read? 53. Do you prefer to have books of your own or to borrow them from the library? 54. Do you think people will read more or fewer books in 20 years' time? Why?

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English Grammar Book 1

Book 1 BASIC ENGLISH BASIC ENGLISH GRAMMAR GRAMMAR BASIC ENGLISH GRAMMAR Book 1 Book 1 Younger students at beginning to intermediate levels will greatly benefit from this step-by-step approach to English grammar basics. This is the ideal supplement to your language arts program whether your students are native

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Libraries

including all foreign books distributed in the UK. It also purchases many items which are only printed abroad. The British Library adds some 3 million items every year. My book. I read Agatha Christie's "The Body in the Library". The story was 130 pages long. The book was first published in 1942 but my version was published in 1983 by Moscow Vyssaja Skola. The genre of the book is mystery novel. The story takes placed in an imaginary English village St Mary Mead where the body was found and the fashionable seaside resort Danemouth because most of the suspects were staying there at the Majestic Hotel. St Mary Mead seems to be a nice quiet village where strange things happen once in a while. Very different people live there from different social standings. And Miss Marple knows them all very well, like it's usual for a small village. The story takes place in the 1940's I think. The date is not mentioned in the

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