Переведите пожалуйста просто и разговорно а не через переводчик спасибо) London is the capital of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland?

Английский язык | 10 - 11 классы

Переведите пожалуйста просто и разговорно а не через переводчик спасибо) London is the capital of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

It is a big port and a major industrial commercial and cultural center It is also interesting because of its history which dates back to Norman times and is recorded in the names of many streets.

London is a very old city.

It is more than 20 centuries old.

The old Celts gave London its name.

The Romans made the city the center of their colony, the Germanic invaders tried to destroy it and Normans made London the capital of the country.

Lynn - din was the original name of the settlement which means a “lonely port”.

London is situated on the river Themes that divides it into north and south.

There are 15 bridges there.

The best known of them are Westminster, Blackfrairs, Waterloo, the Tower and London bridges.

London is one of the biggest and most interesting cities in the world.

Its population is more than 11 million people.

London covers the territory of 400 square miles.

Modern London is not one city.

It is a number of cities, towns and villages that have grown together to make one vast urban area.

“Greater London” consists of many parts but the main traditional parts are : the city, the West End and the West End.

The heart of London is the City – its commercial and business center.

Different banks and offices are situated here.

It is the oldest Part of London with the Tower of London founded by Julius Caesar.

It is one of the oldest and most famous buildings of the country.

For centuries entry to London was guarded by the Tower Fortress.

It was used as a fortress, a palace and a prison.

Now it is a museum of armor.

The most famous buildings of the City are the Mansion House, the Royal Exchange and the Bank of England.

The finest Renaissance church in Europe is St.

Paul’s Cathedral.

It was the resting place of its builder and architect sir Christopher Wren, famous Admiral Nelson and other prominent Englishmen.

To the west of the City there is a region known as the West End which is the symbol of wealth high class as they say.

The best and most expensive clubs, theatres, shops and restaurants are here.

London’s well - to - do live here.

You can’t leave the city without visiting Hide Park with Kensington Gardens, the really national London park, the place of all sorts of national parades.

One of the most interesting sightseeing of London is Westminster Abbey.

Westminster Abbey is famous for its architecture.

It has its world famous Poet’s Corner, where many of the greatest writers (Chaucer, Charles Dickens, Kipling) are burried.

It was founded in the eleventh century.

All British kings and queens are crowned there.

Across the road from Westminster Abbey is Parliament Square with the Houses of Parliament.

An interesting feature of the Houses of Parliament is Big Ben, a huge clock built over a century ago.

West to the Westminster Abbey stands Buckingham Palace, the official residence of the Queen.

The center of theatrical life is Piccadilly Circus.

Not far from it you can see Trafalgar Square which is in the center of London.

There is a big monument called Nelson’s Column.

Its pedestal is decorated with bas - reliefs of famous naval battles.

The large platform, decorated with four great lions is often used by orators during large meetings and demonstrations.

Trafalgar Square is also known for its fountains and pigeons.

On the north side of Trafalgar Square are the National Gallery and the National Portrait Gallery.

The National Gallery was built in 1824.

It contains one of the finest collections of pictures in the world.

There are more than 850 masterpieces of all European schools of painting.

In the northern corner there is the well - known church of St.

Martin - in - the - Fields.

The church was built in 1222 and rebuilt in 1726.

If we go to the east of the City we find ourselves in the East End, the poorest district of London, its industrial part with many plants, factories, workshops.

It is a densely populated district.

It is inhabited by the workers and the poor.

They produce the wealth of the West End and are proud of being called true Londoners.

The port of London is also in the East End.

The main industries of London are shipbuilding, textile and machine – building industries.

It is often said : “The City is the money of London, the West End is its goods, the East End is the hands of London”.

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Tanqwe 5 июл. 2020 г., 3:47:20

Лондон - столица великобритании, Северной Ирландии.

Это большой порт.

Vanua20152016 27 мар. 2020 г., 15:58:22 | 5 - 9 классы

Complete the sentences using the new words : The_______ is the oldest part of London?

Complete the sentences using the new words : The_______ is the oldest part of London.

It is the _________ of London.

William the ______ built the_______ of London in the eleventh ______________.

It was a _________, a ___________ and the________ _____.

Now it is a__________.

The ___________ __________ is the oldest part of the_______ of London.

Tamerlashka123 26 мая 2020 г., 6:58:22 | 10 - 11 классы

5 вопросов по тексту на англ языке?

5 вопросов по тексту на англ языке.

When we think of Paris, Rome.

Madrid, Lisbon and other European capitals, we think of them as "cities'.

When we think of the whole of modern London, the capital city of England and the United Kingdom, that great area covering several hundred square kilometres, we do not think of it as 'a city.

Not even as a city and its suburbs.

Modem London is not one city that has steadily become larger through the centuries ; it is a number of cities.

Towns, and villages that have, during the past centuries, grown together to make one vast urban area.

London is situated upon both banks of the River Thames, it is the largest city in Britain and one of the largest in the world.

Its population is about 7 million people.

London dominates the life of Britain.

It is the chief port of the country and the most important commercial, manufacturing and cultural centre.

There is little heavy industry in London, but there is a wide range of light industry in Greater London.

. The City extends over an area of about 2.

6 square kilometres in the heart of London.

About half a million people work in the City but only less than 6000 live here.

It is the financial centre of the UK with many banks, offices and Stock Exchange.

But the City is also a market for goods of almost every kind, from all parts of the world.

The West End can be called the centre of Tendon.

Here are the historical palaces as well as the famous parks.

Hyde Park with its Speaker's Corner is also here.

Among other parks are Kensington Gardens, St.

James's Park.

In the West End is Buckingham Palace.

Which is the Queen's residence, and the Palace of Westminster which is the seat of Parliament.

Кофейка4 7 июн. 2020 г., 16:54:15 | 5 - 9 классы

Переведите пожалуйста Trafalgar Square London's cenral square?

Переведите пожалуйста Trafalgar Square London's cenral square.

It is where Nelson's column stands.

(the)Houses of Parliament The buildings in which the British Parliament sits.

(The) Tower of London An ancient fortress in London.

Now it's a museum of armour where the Crown Jewels are kept, It's also famous for the Beefeaters and the ravens.

Westminster Abbey A large gothic church.

It was built in the 11th century.

Many famous British people are buried in the Abbey.

Пороро13 18 июл. 2020 г., 13:46:55 | 10 - 11 классы

VI. Прочитайте и устно переведите на русский язык с 1 - го по 7 - й абзацы текста?

VI. Прочитайте и устно переведите на русский язык с 1 - го по 7 - й абзацы текста.

Перепишите и письменно переведите 1, 2, 3, 6 и 7 - й абзацы.

LONDON 1.

London is the capital of Great Britain.

It lies in the South East of England on both banks of the river Thames.

London is one of the largest cities in the world and the largest port and industrial town in England.

London is more than twenty centuries old.

2. The heart of the capital is the City.

The territory of the City is only about one square mile, but it is the financial and business centre of the country.

It contains almost all important English banks and offices.

3. The West End of London is famous for its beautiful monu - ments and palaces, fine parks, fashionable shops and big hotels.

The East End is quite different from the West End.

It is the district of factories, plants and docks.

The narrow streets and poor houses of the East End present a contrast to the homes of the rich people in the West End.

4. There are many places of interest in London.

One of them is Trafalgar Square with the Nelson monument 185 feet high.

Bucking - ham Palace is the royal residence.

Westminster Abbey is one of the most beautiful buildings in London.

It contains the memorials of many famous citizens of Britain.

5. Across the road from Westminster Abbey are the Houses of Parliament, the seat of the British government.

6. The Tower of London is one of the most interesting places in London.

It was a fortress, a royal residence, a prison, now it is a mu - seum.

7. London is famous for its green parks.

Hyde Park is the most popular of them.

It is the greatest park in London as well.

8. London is the centre of the country's cultural life.

There are many picture galleries and museums there.

The National Gallery houses a priceless collection of paintings.

The famous British Muse - um is one of the best museums in the world.

In the library of the Brit - ish Museum Karl Marx worked at his "Capital", V.

I. Lenin worked there too.

There he gathered the material for his work on "Materialism and Empiriocriticism".

VII. Прочитайте 8 - й абзац и вопрос к нему.

Какой из вариантов ответа соответствует по содержанию одному из предложений текста?

Who worked in the library of the British Museum?

2. Prominent scientists worked there.

3. A number of writers gathered materials for their works there.

4. Karl Marx and V.

I. Lenin worked in the library of that muse - um.

Dainiakoff 15 мая 2020 г., 1:38:52 | 5 - 9 классы

ДАЮ 60 БАЛЛОВ?

ДАЮ 60 БАЛЛОВ!

Надо превести текс : A) Tourists in London always visit Westminster and Big Ben.

They want to see the clock in its tower and hear the bells.

Big Ben is really a bell.

The bell is over two metres tall and chimes' every quarter of an hour.

Early in the morning you can hear it on the radio : "This is the BBC.

The time is six o’clock”.

And then you hear the deep boom of Big Ben six times.

The tower of Big Ben is a symbol of London and of Britain.

B) You can see the Tower of London from the River Thames.

The Tower is very old.

It has a long and cruel history.

It was a fortress, a royal palace, and a prison for important people.

Today it’s a museum.

Special guards look after the Tower and take care of the black ravens that live there.

There is an ancient legend that the Tower and Great Britain will fall if the ravens ever leave the fortress.

C) Standing not far from the Houses of Parliament is Westminster Abbey, a symbol of England.

The legend says that St Peter2 founded Westminster Abbey.

We know that Westminster Abbey was built by King Edward in 1065.

Some famous English people are buried here.

3 Today, Westminster Abbey is a working church and a great monument to the history of England.

D) The famous bell Big Ben stands near the Houses of Parliament.

The country’s leaders speak in the Houses of Parliament.

The men and women there are the voice of the British people.

The Houses of Parliament stand beside the River Thames.

You can go on a boat from Westminster and see London from the river.

You can also see Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament from Westminster Bridge.

RAENVOR 31 мая 2020 г., 10:27:27 | 10 - 11 классы

Перевод текста на Русский London London is the capital of the UK, it's political, banks, offices and firms there?

Перевод текста на Русский London London is the capital of the UK, it's political, banks, offices and firms there.

For example.

The economic and commercial centre.

London is one Bank of England.

The Stock Exchange and the of the largest cities in the world and the largest Few people live here but over a m city in Europe.

Its population is about 8 m on people come to the City to work.

There are London of the oldest and most interest the some interesting places in the City.

They are ing in the world Tower of London and one of the greatest English London was founded by the Romans in AD43.

Churches St.

Paul's Cathedral.

Was called Londinium.

Town on Westminster is the historical and political centre the River Thames.

In AD61 the town was burnt of London.

There you can see Westminster Abbey down.

Then Londinium was rebuilt by the Ro - Westminster Palace or the Houses of Parliament mans and surrounded by a wall.

This wall is and Buckingham Palace Buckingham Palace is the called the City of London official residence of the Queen The British Prime Sometimes there were fires in the city.

On Sa Minister lives number 10, Downing Street.

The West End is the richest and most beautiful rday, the d September, 1666 the Great Fire of London took place.

It started in the house of the part of London.

It is the symbol of wealth and king's baker, near London BridgeThe fire burnt luxury.

The best hotels, shops, restaurants, clubs for four days and destroyed 80% of the city Af and theatres are situated there.

Ter the Great Fire people built a new city.

Trafalgar Square is the centre London Traditionally London divided into several The East End is the poorest district of London parts.

They are the Westminster, the West There are a lot of factories, workshops and docks End and the East End there.

The streets are narrow, buildings are The City is the heart of London.

It is a financial unimpressive.

The East End is densely populated and business centre of London.

There are a lot of by working class families.

99diega99 16 мар. 2020 г., 19:30:58 | 5 - 9 классы

Помогите пожалуйста)))вставте и перевод если можн)))но обязательно надо пропуски?

Помогите пожалуйста)))вставте и перевод если можн)))но обязательно надо пропуски!

Complete the text.

Fill in the definite article the if necessary.

The official name of the country is the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

It is situated in the west of .

Europe.

The capital of the country is .

London.

There are many museums old cathedrals and monuments in the city.

Tourists from .

France .

Italy .

Russian Federation and other countries from all over the world come to the British capital.

They want to see .

Tower of London .

Trafalgar Square and .

Houses of Parliament.

Inesska20 25 мая 2020 г., 18:09:35 | 10 - 11 классы

Ответьте на вопросы на английском?

Ответьте на вопросы на английском.

1. Что такое Лондон?

2. Что ты можешь рассказать о его истории?

3. Где он расположен?

4. Какое его население (по количеству)?

5. Какова его общая площадь?

6. Каков современный Лондон?

7. Какие основные традиционные части Лондона?

8. Что ты знаешь о части City?

9. Как позвонить в Лондон?

10. Чем славится Вест - энд?

11. Каковы основные достопримечательности Лондона?

12. Как люди называют Вест - Энде?

13. Что вы можете рассказать об Ист - Энде?

14. Какие основные отрасли промышленности в Лондоне?

15. Как позвонить в Ист - Энде?

ВОТ ТЕКСТ London is the capital of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

It is a big port and a major industrial commercial and cultural center It is also interesting because of its history which dates back to Norman times and is recorded in the names of many streets.

London is a very old city.

It is more than 20 centuries old.

The old Celts gave London its name.

The Romans made the city the center of their colony, the Germanic invaders tried to destroy it and Normans made London the capital of the country.

Lynn - din was the original name of the settlement which means a “lonely port”.

London is situated on the river Themes that divides it into north and south.

There are 15 bridges there.

The best known of them are Westminster, Blackfrairs, Waterloo, the Tower and London bridges.

London is one of the biggest and most interesting cities in the world.

Its population is more than 11 million people.

London covers the territory of 400 square miles.

Modern London is not one city.

It is a number of cities, towns and villages that have grown together to make one vast urban area.

“Greater London” consists of many parts but the main traditional parts are : the city, the West End and the West End.

The heart of London is the City – its commercial and business center.

Different banks and offices are situated here.

It is the oldest Part of London with the Tower of London founded by Julius Caesar.

It is one of the oldest and most famous buildings of the country.

For centuries entry to London was guarded by the Tower Fortress.

It was used as a fortress, a palace and a prison.

Now it is a museum of armor.

The most famous buildings of the City are the Mansion House, the Royal Exchange and the Bank of England.

The finest Renaissance church in Europe is St.

Paul’s Cathedral.

It was the resting place of its builder and architect sir Christopher Wren, famous Admiral Nelson and other prominent Englishmen.

To the west of the City there is a region known as the West End which is the symbol of wealth high class as they say.

The best and most expensive clubs, theatres, shops and restaurants are here.

London’s well - to - do live here.

You can’t leave the city without visiting Hide Park with Kensington Gardens, the really national London park, the place of all sorts of national parades.

One of the most interesting sightseeing of London is Westminster Abbey.

Westminster Abbey is famous for its architecture.

It has its world famous Poet’s Corner, where many of the greatest writers (Chaucer, Charles Dickens, Kipling) are burried.

It was founded in the eleventh century.

All British kings and queens are crowned there.

Across the road from Westminster Abbey is Parliament Square with the Houses of Parliament.

An interesting feature of the Houses of Parliament is Big Ben, a huge clock built over a century ago.

West to the Westminster Abbey stands Buckingham Palace, the official residence of the Queen.

The center of theatrical life is Piccadilly Circus.

Not far from it you can see Trafalgar Square which is in the center of London.

There is a big monument called Nelson’s Column.

Its pedestal is decorated with bas - reliefs of famous naval battles.

The large platform, decorated with four great lions is often used by orators during large meetings and demonstrations.

Trafalgar Square is also known for its fountains and pigeons.

On the north side of Trafalgar Square are the National Gallery and the National Portrait Gallery.

The National Gallery was built in 1824.

It contains one of the finest collections of pictures in the world.

There are more than 850 masterpieces of all European schools of painting.

In the northern corner there is the well - known church of St.

Martin - in - the - Fields.

The church was built in 1222 and rebuilt in 1726.

If we go to the east of the City we find ourselves in the East End, the poorest district of London, its industrial part with many plants, factories, workshops.

It is a densely populated district.

It is inhabited by the workers and the poor.

They produce the wealth of the West End and are proud of being called true Londoners.

The port of London is also in the East End.

The main industries of London are shipbuilding, textile and machine – building industries.

It is often said : “The City is the money of London, the West End is its goods, the East End is the hands of London”.

Вовчик15364676326 24 мар. 2020 г., 1:04:49 | 10 - 11 классы

Перевод текста LONDON 1?

Перевод текста LONDON 1.

London is where the invading Romans first crossed the River Thames.

They built a city a square mile in size, surrounded it with a wall and called it Londinium.

This original site of London is now called the City of London1 and is Britain’s main financial centre.

2. The City is only a very small part of London.

In the eleventh century London began to expand beyond the City walls when King Edward the Confessor2 built a huge abbey at Westminster.

Even today, Westminster Abbey and the Houses of Parliament, as well as the shops, cafes, theatres and cinemas of the West End, are in the City of Westminster and not in the City of London.

3. The saying “When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life” (Dr.

Johnson) is a cliche, but you can’t be bored3 in London.

There are hundreds of historic buildings, galleries and museums.

There are parks and street markets, over 80 theatres and even more cinemas.

4. If you want to discover London, it is best to start with a tour on a sightseeing bus.

It is also fun to go on a guided walk.

The walks last up to three hours.

5. The centre of London has many different areas.

Each one has its own special character.

Covent Garden4 in London West End, is crowded with cafes, clubs and clothes shops.

Soho4 is also known for its clubs.

Knightsbridge4 has a lot of exclusive and expensive shops, as well as many of the embassies.

Fleet Street4 is the home of Law Courts.

One part of the West End has so many Chinese shops and restaurants that is called Chinatown.

6. When you go outside the centre you find many areas which used to be small villages.

The villages became part of the city when they expanded but they still managed to keep their village character.

Hampstead4, the best known of the villages, is extremely expensive.

Ainoka2003 21 июл. 2020 г., 12:22:30 | 10 - 11 классы

Помогите (((((((Переведите London is the capital of Great Britain and one of the oldest British cities?

Помогите (((((((Переведите London is the capital of Great Britain and one of the oldest British cities.

When Julius Caesar came to Britain in the year 55 В.

C, he found a small settlement on the bank of the Thames.

As years passed by, this small settlement grew into a large town and in 1066 became the capital of the country.

Modern London is a very large city.

It is one of the largest cities in the world and a large industrial, cultural, scientific, educational and art centre.

The historical centre of the capital is the City of London.

It is the business centre of London.

The Royal Exchange, the Bank of England, most of London's other banks and offices are situated there, and in the daytime it is a very busy part of the capital.

In the evening and night hours, however, the City is almost empty, because the offices and banks are closed, and very few people live in the City.

The West End is the richest and most beautiful part of London.

It is a district of rich shops, fine houses and palaces, gardens and parks, theatres, concert halls and restaurants.

The East End is the industrial part of London, the district of factories and docks.

London is famous for its architecture.

St. Paul's Cathedral, Westminster Abbey, the Houses of Parliament with Big Ben, the Tower of London and the Tower Bridge over the Thames have a worldwide fame.

There are many other places of interest in London, such as the British Museum, Trafalgar Square with the Nelson Column, the National Gallery, Piccadilly Circus, Hyde Park, Buckingham Palace and many others.

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