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1) INDIAN ROCK ART: A NATIONAL TREASURE IN DANGER
Unrecognized, unprotected, this priceless legacy of primitive art has endured the ravages of nature only to fall victim to wanton destruction by „civilized“ man.
Like the huge stone statues of Easter Island and prehistoric cave paintings of Altamira and Lascaux , North American Indian rock art is surrounded by an atmosphere of mystery . Although examples of rock art exist at some 15000 sites in canyons, deserts, caves and river gorges. Nowadays , however , primitive rock art in the United States has become a new field of scientific study . Klaus F Wellmann wrote two books about rock art. He is a professor of medicine. Rock art represents the history of aboriginal Americans. In the most cases the art is an expression of ideas and way of life, ritual ceremonies, hunting, fighting. The pictures of people and animals are often strikingly lifelike and artistic .
Many of these ancient relics have been destroyed by the ravages of nature and of man. Wind and water have worn away and continue to wear away, unprotected sites. And the paintings and carvings are increaslibly falling victim to vandalism: they have been painted over, spoilt with knives, even used for target practice. The American Rock Art Research Association protects rock-art sites.
2) THE FAVOURITE SPORT IN BRITAIN
The most popular sport is probably football . Two kinds of football is played in Great Britain. One of them , which is called association football, is played all over Europe. The other kind: rugby football is also very popular in New Zealand , France , and some other European countries. English boys play it at school, and in public parks. When they grow up, they play as members of important amateur teams or as a professional in teams competing in football „leagues“. Professional football is as much a business as a sport. Rugby football was first played in 1823. In rugby every player is allowed to carry the ball. The ball is oval, not round . Each team contains 15 players. The oldest game of football in England is probably the football match which takes place at Ashburn on Shrove Tuesday every year . The game starts in the centre of the town, and the distance between two goals is two miles . The only rule is not to use motorcycles, cars and lorries in the game. In 1958 one team buried the ball. The other team didn’t know and ran after them. Later first team took the ball and won.
3) JAMES WATT
He was born in the small port of Greenock on the river Clyde in Scotland in 1736. His father was a mathematical- instrument maker and also kept a shop to supply ships with goods for their voyages. James was a delicate boy and often suffered from headaches. That is why he could not go to school at the age when other children did. His mother taught him to read and his father taught him writing and arithmetic. He had very good memory and a natural love of work . He liked mathematics and was also fond of designing and making things. James was an observant and thoughtful boy. When James was able to go to school, he was sent to a private school. He learnt many subjects there . In his spare time James began to make experiments. He built a small electrical apparatus with which he gave his friends shocks that made them jump. When James was 18 he decided to become a professional instrument-maker. He could not find anyone to teach him, so he went to London. After a year James returned to Scotland where he became mathematical instrument maker to Glasgow University. He also made musical instruments – organs , violins, flutes and guitars. Then he began to work on steam engine. He built a new type of engine, with a separate consider and an air pump . It was great discovery. Watt’s engine became the basics of industry. He invented a copying machine . The unit of electric power or activity was named ’a watt’ after him. He retired when he was 64. His last invention was a machine for copying sculptures. He had many friends. He died in 1819. A monument was erected to him.
4) THANKSGIVING
In the United States, the fourth Thursday in November is called Thanksgiving Day. On this day Americans give thanks for their blessings they have enjoyed during the year. Thanksgiving is usually a family day, celebrated with big dinners and happy reunions. The first American thanksgiving was held in Plymouth, Massachusetts in 1621. In 1620 a small group of puritans on a ship called mayflower set sail for America. This group called themselves pilgrims because of their wanderings in search of religious freedom.
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step 8 peatükkide kokkuvõtted, topics.
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INDIAN ROCK ART: A NATIONAL TREASURE IN DANGER
THE FAVOURITE SPORT IN BRITAIN
JAMES WATT
THANKSGIVING
MICHAEL FARADAY
NEW YEARS CELEBRATIONS
HALLOWEEN
SOME ENGLISH TRADITIONS
THE GREATEST POET OF CSOTLAND
FLAG DAY AND INDEPENDENCE DAY
STONEHENGE
ST. PATRICK’S DAY
CHARLIE CHAPLIN
WALTER SCOTT (1771-1832)

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robi95 profiilipilt
fdssf gsdfdg: See tekst oli väga hästi tehtud, vähemalt nii palju kui ma seda lugeda olen jõudnud. Soovitan teistele ka seda, sellest on abi kui oled näiteks puudunud haiguse tõttu.
14:05 14-03-2010
mandem profiilipilt
mandem: tekst oli hea kuid vigadega
13:36 19-05-2012
basix profiilipilt
basix: päris hea =)
01:03 29-03-2010


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