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Aнглийские дома.

Submitted by Наталья Владимировна Батракова on Sat, 10/12/2011 - 19:59
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Батракова Наталья Владимировна
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МАОУ лицей № 97, учитель английского языка.

Регион: 
Челябинская область
Характеристики ресурса
Уровни образования: 
основное общее образование
Класс(ы): 
7 класс
Предмет(ы): 
Английский язык
Целевая аудитория: 
Учащийся (студент)
Тип ресурса: 
дидактический материал
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<p> Английские дома.</p>

                                ENGLISH  HOUSES.

 

     The climate of the country is one of the factors that influence the style of its architecture. It can be best illustrated by British residential buildungs. As the weather in England is often rainy, the windows are of a large size to catch as much light as possible. In the houses built in the past century the windows, besides being large, opened upwards, which is very convenient on windy days.

       Typical British houses have high, steep roofs where rain water and melting snow can easily flow down.

      Most of the houses have a fireplace which forms the most characteristic feature of an English home.

      English architects plan some flats vertically instead of planning them horisontally, so that an English family having a separate flat lives on two or sometimes three floors with rooms  connected with a narrow staircase. They find it the most convenient style of flats. There are usually three rooms in each flat besides a kitchen and a bathroom: a living- room, a bedroom and a dining-room.


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