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Culture Studies for the 7th formLondon sightsGrammar: prepositions of timeЮнусова Юлия ШамильевнаГБОУ "Школа № 2095 "Покровский квартал", Москва2016 London sights Before we start…Match these times with the Key Words
Complete the sentences with the correct prepositions: AT, ON, IN, FROM, UNTILIt closes _______six o’clock _____the evening. It is closed _____ the weekend.It closes _______ten o’clock _______night ________Fridays and Saturdays.It is closed ________the afternoons and ___the weekend.It opens _________half past two ______the afternoon ____Sundays.It is open ______eleven o’clock _____the morning _____eight o’clock _____night ____ Sundays.atatatatoninatinatinonfrominuntilatonClink PrisonThe London EyeThe Globe TheatreThe British MuseumThe Science Museum
These people are in London. Find places for them to visit.Billy loves animals and nature.Hannah is interested in famous people.Martin likes acting.Laura is fond of Ancient Egypt.Kate enjoys paintings but she doesn’t fancy modern art.The Natural History MuseumMadam Tussaud’sThe Globe TheatreThe British MuseumThe National Gallery
Tourist InformationTourist: Good morning. I’d like to know some information about museums in London, please.Guide: There are 300 museums in London, you know! What do you want to see?Tourist: Well, I am interested in science.Guide: Then you can go to the Science Museum. That’s a great day out. There are lots of things worth seeing.Tourist: Right. And when is it open?Guide: From ten in the morning until six in the evening. On Sundays, it opens at eleven and closes at eight.Tourist: How much are the tickets?Guide: Entrance is free!Tourist: That’s fantastic! And how do I get there?Guide: Well, you can get a bus or the tube. The tube station for the museum is South Kensington.Tourist: Where can I get a map? I don’t want to be lost.Guide: Here you are.Tourist: Thank you.Guide: Not at all!Work in pairs. Take turns to be a tourist and a guide in London. Use the brochure and the dialogue to ask for and give information about places in London.