1: Washington D. C. Багдасарян С. Ю. МБОУ СОШ30 г. Хабаровск
2: located: on the East Coast organized: 1801 population : 632,323 (in 2012)
3: Match the places/names with the short descriptions. is a home of the President and his family. is a group of museums. is a federal agency that investigates criminal matters. d) is a river. e) is a place where the laws are passed. f) is a monument to the first President of the USA. g) is the Presidents wife.
4: Fill in this scheme with the words from the text.
5: Match the word combinations from the left with the words/ combinations from the right then make up sentences about Washington D. C. laws are passed Is bordered by stand for turn into Is surrounded by was dedicated on take pride in
6: Look through the text and answer the questions. 1)Where is Washington D. C. located? 2)What state is Washington in? 3) What does D. C. stand for? 4) Why is the level of pollution quite low in Washington? 5) In what building are the laws passed? 6) What is the address of the White House? 7) Did George Washington live in the White House? 8) Is there a monument to Lincoln in Washington? 9) What does the Jefferson Memorial look like? 10) What is the Smithsonian Institution famous for?
7: Match the attractions with the photos
8: Match the attractions with the photos
9: Smithsonian Institution
10: Ex. 5,p. 143 Match the names of the Smithsonian Museums and the descriptions of their collections.
11: Guess the puzzle
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