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1. OUR SCHOOL What is your favourite subject at school?My favourite school subject is Czech language. I have it four times a week. We are in the classroom. In this classroom there is a teacher’s table, desks, chairs, blackboard, cupboard and sink. We write tests, make notes, talk about autors (writers) and their books, read samples from books. Also we are learning abour grammar and time periods in literature. I really like our teacher. She is one of my favourite teachers. I think I’m quite good at it. I usually have mark 3. What did you like most about your school? In your opinion, should students in Czech schools wear unifirms? Why? Why not?I think it can be nice. I would love to wear uniforms. Also for girls it’s better you don’t have to decide what to wear, you just know it every day. If you could study anything you like, what would you choose? Can you describe your day at school? I wake up at 6 o’clock. Then I get dressed. After that I go to the kitchen and have a breakfast. Then I make snack for school. Then I go to the bathroom and clean my teeth. After that I take my things and go to the tram stop. My tram goes at 7:21 and it takes about 30 minutes. I use the tram and at the tram stop Svinov I change for a bus.What’s the best way to learn a foreign language? I think movies or games can really help to learn language. But the best way to learn is to go to a foreign country and learn language there.What are you going to do after graduation? I’m going to spend one month with my sister in England. In the autumn I start studying at the university in Opava. 2. OSTRAVA AND OUR REGION Ostrava is an industrial, business, cultural and educational centre of the North Moravian region. It is situated about 15 kilometres from the Polish border, on four rivers: on the river Odra, Ostravice, Lučina and Opava. With its population of about 300 000 inhabitants it is the third largest city in the Czech Republic after Prague and Brno. Ostrava is an old city, it was founded in the 13th century. Until the 18th century it used to be a small town , but then high quality black coal was discovered in this area and Ostrava became an industrial centre, specialising in mining, metalurgical and chemical industries. However, after the Velvet Revolution in 1989 Ostrava has changed a lot again: the huge iron and steel companies have reduced and reconstructed their production. The last coal was mined in the city in 1994 and the rapid development of business and private enterprise started. The city has a rich cultural life. There are 6 permanent theatre companies – the National Moravian- Silesian Theatre, Antonín Dvořák Theatre, Jiří Myron Theatre, Petr Bezruč Theatre, the Aréna Chamber Theatre and the Puppet Theatre for children. The Puppet Theatre is the most modern in central Europe, 5 museums, 15 galleries and several cinemas including modern multiplex Cinestar. Janáček Philharmonic Orchestra has a long tradition in Ostrava. Same as Janáček’s May – a festival of classic music held every year. There are also many churches, the mostuniqueIn North Moravia there are two mountain ranges: the Jeseníky and the Beskydy mountains, which are visited by a lot of tourists both in summer and in winter. In the Beskydy mountains a lot of Ostrava inhabitants have their summer cottages and weekend houses.3. MEANS OF TRANSPORT IN OSTRAVA 4. CULTURAL LIFE + SPORT IN OSTRAVA 5. PRAGUE The National Theatre is located on the bank of river Vltava. The decoration inside and outside were made by artists of the National Theatre generation. Being in the centre of the Old Town, Old Town Square dates back to the 12th6. THE CZECH REPUBLIC In the Czech Republic there are a lot of rivers, the longest rivers are the Vltava and the Labe in Bohemia and the Morava and the Odra in Moravia. In the Czech Republic there aren’t any natural lakes, but there are a lot of ponds especially in South Bohemia. For example Lipno or Orlík on the river Vltava, or Vranov on the river Dyje. There are also rich deposits of kaolin and clay, which are important for ceramics and glass industries. Among the most beautiful historical towns are Prague, Tábor, Český Krumlov, Telč, Olomouc, Brno and many others. A lot of visitors come to see old castles and mansions, such as Karlštejn, Konopiště, Hluboká or Lednice. The Czech Republic is a lovely country with a lot of natural beauties and a lot of wonderful towns. Among the most beautiful natural places are the Czech Paradise, the Prachov Rocks, the Děčín walls, Czech Switzerland, the Boubín virgin forest, Macocha abyss, the Jeseníky mountains and so on. 7. MASS MEDIA IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC Newspapers are the oldest way of getting information. Today we can buy newspapers, magazines and other kinds of press. We can split newspapers in several ways: national and local. Another division is betweenmorning andevening papers ordailies,weeklies andSunday newspapers. The most common way to split newspapers is by the differences between thebroadsheetandtabloidbroadsheetstabloid 8. GREAT BRITANThe United Kingdom consists of Great Britain, Northern Ireland and a lot of smaller islands, which are around GB (e.g.Orkneys, Shetlands, Hebrides) GB is the largest of the British Isles. It is situated northwest of the European continent. It is surrounded by the North Sea and by the Atlantic ocean. It is separated from the European continent by the English Channel. Great Britain has three countries: Scotland, England and Wales. The capital of Scotland is Edinburgh, the capital of England is London and the capital of Wales is Cardiff. The population of Great Britain is more than sixty million. The density of population is very high. People born in England are English, in Scotland Scottish, inWales Welsh and in Ireland Irish, but altogether they are called British. The official language is English. There are several mountain ranges in GB, but the mountains are not very high. The highest peak is Ben Nevis in Scotland (1343 m). In Great Britain th