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- You know, we have the same place, named oasis of New Yorks concrete desert, - beautiful Central Park. The

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in the country (Australia).

- Size doesnt matter. What are the living conditions there?

- Most of South Australias people, farms and industry are in the south-eastern part of the state. Much fruit are grown there: apricots, pears, nectarines and others. And hot temperature in this state dominates. At last we will “have a rest” from our Estonian frosts.

- But, you know that where a hot temperature is, there are always deserts. And from my point of view living in the state where the most unproductive desert lands occupy the greater part is silly.

- Yes, you are right as always. And what is your opinion?

- Hmm… Let me think for a minute. Western Australia is dry and inhospitable there are even three deserts are there: the Great Sandy Desert, the Gibson Desert and Great Victoria Desert; Northern Territory is the least populated and least developed part of the continent, where only wild animals, as crocodiles and emu, live.

- …And about South Australia we have “completed”… What about Tasmania? Tasmania is an island state and I dont want to live there and to become a savage in this huge country. I know - it will be Queensland state, where long sandy beautiful beaches stretch for many kilometers.

- However, the same deserts are situated there.

- Well, I would choose New South Wales Australias leading industrial state, where most people live along the east coast, and most of them in Sydney. Sydney is also the largest city in Australia. Or maybe Australian Capital Territory, occupying an area of 2,432 square kilometers.

- It is situated on the same territory as New South Wales. You know its long enough to see a main sights of Victoria state…

- Sorry, maybe we will finish our talk later, because I have an exam at school?

- OK. See you soon. Bye!

- Bye!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Improving Language Skills

- Hello, Dan.

- Hi, Sam, glad to meet you!

- Dan, Im taking interview to the best language learner for our class newspaper, thatll give advice how to improve language communication skills, and want you to ask some questions for me.

- I think, Ill do this. You may start, however why have you chosen me as the best learner of languages.

- Because it seems to be that youre the one in our class that has fives in languages. OK, lets begin. What kind of recommendation would you give to those, who want to improve their basic language skills?

- At first Id like to say that cause wont turn into reality without an experience in subject that you learn. Excellent work in the classroom and diligent homework preparing is successful result in your primary achievements.

- Do you think that out-of-class activities may bring you desired help - help in getting reading, writing, conversation and pronunciation skills? Is it a good idea, to come home and after making homework, to practice in writing, obeying your teachers exact and clear explanations, if it is so.

- Its just what I was thinking. In addition Id like to say that your every extra reading, simple writing compositions, industriousness and responsibility in a good work habits, constant study will make your speech fluent. And it is always necessary to remember never to give way to despair in a case of a failure.

- I agree with you, I also think that there are many educational supplementary training courses in our town. Either ask help from your teacher, Im sure she or he can always do it for you, or get somebodys, who knows a subject matter well, advice to solve your problems. On the other hand how to make use of, for example, English TV, songs, periodicals, etc.?

- Oh, I suppose it as a superior thought. And furthermore it is easy accessible. You can just go and by a new English newspaper or a magazine in a nearby newsstand. Also you can choose from this variety of TV-channels that your providers offer and again in English.

- Certainly! Moreover at the end I feel like to say that communication with native speakers is so important as other factors of help in studying language. Thee can hold different discussions and conversations with inhabitant people of the foreign language you want to learn and to receive invaluable support. But, if you cant find him or her dont be saddened, you can find yourself in the language environment as well in school classes.

- I couldnt agree more.

- Thanks for your answers, they were very good.

- Thank you too. Bye!

- Bye-bye!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Inviting a Friend

- Hallo! Could I speak to Dan?

- Speaking.

- Ooh… Hi Dan. It is me, - Sam!

- Hi Sam havent heard from you for ages. How are you? And where are you calling from?

- From Narva of course. And Im fine. And how do you feel?

- Im fine too.

- Thats good. You know, we have a school holidays next week.

- Really, what a coincidence, we, too.

- I didnt know that. Thought, that you only have it in summer. Would you like to come and see me next week while you are on holiday? We would have a good time, even better than you would have in New York.

- I dont know what to say.

- Dont you believe me? I will show you all Narva sights. Have you heard anything about famous Narva Castle that was built at the end of the 13th and at the beginning of the 14th centuries by the Danes? The bastioned Castle with its high tower, named Tall Herman, being one of the most interesting erections of the medieval Estonia. Narva has always been and remains one of the most important gateways of Estonia.

- That is very interesting. I think youd better come to see me in New York. Everyone knows something about New York the Statue of Liberty, the spectacular skyscrapers, the beautiful shops of Fifth Avenue, and the many theaters on Broadway. I think you too.

- Yes you are right. I remember our school lessons about New York city and its history.

- And I can show you many other different and interesting places in New York, too. Because this city is the place to try something new. And it may be an experience that you will never forget.

We will visit well-known Disneyland, you will see one of the highest buildings (constructions) in the hole World,- New York Trade Center(s) skyscraper. It has 110 floors. We will also walk on Broadway and watch some performances in its theatres. Then we will…

- Hold on! You named me so many places to visit that my head has begun to spin around. However, in Narva there arent fewer places to see. Narva Art Museum performs large collections of paintings of the best art makers all over the Europe. You will be amazed at the Kreenholm factory with its capacious size. This manufactory has worked since the end of the last century. It produces clothes and many other textile products.

- And where can we have a rest in Narva?

- Our resorts and recreation centers are situated in the Narva suburb Narva-Jхesuu and can receive and accommodate over 1000 guests. Holidaymakers come here every summer from St.Petersburg, Sweden and even from your America. Estonia is prouded of its clear, fresh air and clean water of the Finnish Gulf and its lakes inside the country.

- You know, we have the same place, named oasis of New Yorks concrete desert, - beautiful Central Park. The park is surprisingly big, with lakes and woods as well as organized recreation areas. New Yorkers love Central Park, and they use it all the time. In the winter, going ice-skating, and in the summer roller-skating, bicycling and boating. They play ball, ride horses and have picnics. And there is even a childrens zoo with wild birds and animals. Families come here to enjoy the sun and fresh air. The children can play safely here away from fast cars and busy streets. Musicians, hot dogs and hamburgers, water birds, fine and calm weather, - what can be better!?

- Thats great, but not as good as in Narva…

- Sam Im sorry (watching to the clock). Let me phone you tomorrow.

- Whats happened? We havent finished our talk yet.

- You see, I have a training session at 5 oclock and cant be late, because we will have an Estonian Championship in basketball and I must get ready for it!

- Thats a pity, but if it needs I will be waiting for your call. And I think that I will convince you to come here.

- We shall see! Bye!

- Bye! (laughing)

Newspapers and Magazines.

 

- Hello Dan, havent seen you for ages!

- Oh, hi Sam, glad to meet you to! (buying a newspaper at the newsstand)

- I see you are going to buy some recent newspapers? And your choice has felt on the “Djen za Dnjom” paper.

- You know, Sam, this is the only paper that I prefer to read.

- Can you tell me more about this kind of newspaper, as Ive even got interested in it? Ive just heard that this weekly newspaper is one of the most popular Russian papers in Estonia, and, if my memory does not lie, its circulation is nearly 70 thousand copies.

- Youre absolutely right. And of course Ill tell all that I know about the newspaper my family and I subscribe to regularly. I appeal reading to the “Djen za Dnjom” because the paper contains 50 pages and covers the most important loca

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