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Visiting Museums and Galleries ARM-exercise Accept Reject Modify Visiting an amusement park is much more thrilling than visiting an art gallery. The best way to learn the history of your city (town) is to visit History Museum. Using an audio-guide is not very convenient. What makes a museum attractive? ? ? ? ? What makes a museum attractive? An audio-guide A professional guide Unique exhibits Interactive displays A workshop A cafй/ children’s playground Pop-Up Galleries Vibrant – 1. bright and strong; 2. powerful and exciting.To afford smth/to do smth –1. to be able to buy, pay for;To be able to spend, to give, to do smth without serious loss or damage.To afford - affordable 1. Preparation: matching Match the vocabulary with the correct definition and write a – f next to the number 1 – 6. 1…….. the public a. just now becoming successful and well known 2…….. permanent b. to put something in a place where it can be seen by other people 3…….. emerging c. already successful or well known 4…….. to display d. fixed and staying there forever 5…….. informal e. ordinary people in general 6…….. established f. relaxed, friendly and without many rules Pop-up Galleries. Check your understanding: multiple choice. Circle the correct answers 1.In which city were the galleries shown in the video?a. Londonb. Manchesterc. Belfast 2. How long do pop-up galleries usually stay open for?a. a few hoursb. a few daysc. a few months3. Pop-up galleries display works of…a. classic artistsb. established artistsc. emerging artists 4. . If the pop-up galleries weren't there, how would these buildings be usedI?a. They’d be shops.b. They’d be empty.c. They’d be houses. 5. What did the visitors to the gallery think of it?a. They all liked it.b. Some of them liked it but some didn’t.c. They all disliked it. 6. Why did Laura decide to display her work in a pop-up gallery? a. because she’s a friend of the owner b. because the artwork sells for a higher price there c. because it’s difficult to display her work in established galleries Having a nice time at the museum You: - invite your friend to a museum on Sunday; - persuade that the museum is worth visiting; - answer all possible questions of your friend. Be active and polite. Your friend: - ask questions to find out as much information about the museum as possible; - either accept or reject the invitation; - explain why you do it. Be active and polite. Thank you for the lesson