Підручник Англійська мова 9 клас (5-й рік навчання) - Т. І. Бондар - Методика Паблішинг 2017 рік
Unit 6 Exploring the world
Try it out Travel brochures
A. Our Family Adventures brochure contains a huge range of holidays designed specifically with families in mind. Choose from wildlife, discovery and activity holidays throughout Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Asia and the Americas.
B. Our Walking and Trekking brochure presents a range of walks and treks across the world. Whether you're an experienced trekker or an adventurous first timer, we offer a wide range of destinations, durations and activity levels.
C Our brochure comprises a comprehensive range of small ship expedition voyages to the Arctic and Antarctic regions, including Spitsbergen, Greenland, Iceland, and Antarctica itself.
D. Our Worldwide Adventures brochure tells about all our cultural and multi-activity holidays. There are a huge number of authentic travel experiences to choose from across Europe, Asia, the Americas, and Africa.
E. Our Cycling Adventures brochure contains our biggest and most innovative range of small group cycling adventures ever, with nearly 60 inspiring routes in countries as diverse as Cuba, Jordan, Albania, Italy, France, Vietnam, and Burma.
1 Read the information given in the brochures above.
Decide what information (A B C D E) you will use if... . One sentence is extra.
1. Your family likes spending time together exploring new places walking.
2. Your family is adventurous enough to sail.
3. Your family is ready to spend a week on bicycles.
4. Your family would like to become a real team going though family building activities.
5. Your family really is into new cultures and meeting new people.
6. Your family prefers quiet holidays where you can relax from the daily routine.
2 Expand the information given in the brochures by choosing the sentences that fit the plot.
a) You will meet new people when you explore performances, learn to knit or crochet, watch artists at work, join a choir, create a pottery with a professional.
b) While parents settle back in a hammock, teens can go kayaking, sailing and snorkelling in crystal-clear waters. Game viewing in national parks gathers the family together. If you are a budding naturalist who wants to combine a big game with big adventures, many family safari destinations are ideal.
c) Don't bother to buy your own cycling gear. We offer a wide range of bikes, helmets, cycling clothes, packs and bags.
d) It won't be dangerous only difficult, you just need to have right clothes, food, overnight shelter and insect repellents.
e) You will kayak through ice fields, photograph wildlife and scenery found nowhere else on the planet, cross country ski or snowshoe the Antarctic Circle.
Find the five words and phrases in the texts that can describe different types of holidays. C Skills
1. Make nouns and adjectives from these verbs
2. Complete the definitions
a) A brochure is
1 a small booklet.
2 a credit card.
3 a ticket.
b) Wildlife is
animals living in the wild.
c) A destination is
1 a leaflet.
2 a journey's end.
3 a route.
d) A journey is
1 a long journey to a distant place by sea.
2 an ocean.
distant place by sea.
e) An adventure is
1 a meeting.
2 an advertisement.
3 an exciting or very unusual experience.
D Mediation and communication
Interview your friends about their holidays they will never forget.
E Listening: Teens' frequently asked questions about travelling
Use the right word to answer the following questions.
a) Does our trip involve homestay?
3 under special circumstances
b)Do you get special rates at hotels?
3 Not always
c) How do I stay in touch with parents and friends back at home?
2 hotel service
d) How do you handle disciplinary issues?
1 send participants home 2 call the police 3 fine participants
Create a story. Just like a good novel pulls in a reader, the client wants to feel as if he or she is going on an adventure. In paragraph form (full sentences) write a convincing argument for why the vacation spot is the best place to visit.