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1. The United States of America is the world's third largest country in size.

It is located in North America.

There is the Pacific Ocean in the west and the Atlantic Ocean in the east.

There is Canada in the north and Mexico in the south.

There are 50 states and the District of Columbia.

The United States has high mountains in the West and a vast central plain.

2. The United States is a nation of immigrants.

There are people from all over the world looking for a better way of life here.

The United States is described as a "mozaic" in which different cultures add their own colour to American culture.

There are millions of fans who watch football, basketball, and hockey.

But America's favourite sport is baseball.

The United States is famous for its television and movies.

American music has many styles : blues, jazz, hip hop, country, etc.

3. Citizens over the age of 18 years old vote to elect the President and Vice President of United States every four years.

The president lives in the White House in the capital city of Washington, D.

C. Congress meets in the Capitol building to make laws of the country.

4. In the early 17th century, people moved from Europe to the New World and started a new life.

These people fought for their independence from Britain in the late 18th century and formed a union of states based on a new constitution.

On July 4, 1776 they declared independence from Britain.

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Diana22122000 9 авг. 2020 г., 1:22:27

The United States of America is the world's third largest country in size.

It is located in North America.

There are 50 states and the District of Columbia.

The United States is a nation of immigrants.

The United States is described as a "mozaic" in which different cultures add their own colour to American culture.

The United States is famous for its television and movies.

President and Vice President of United States every four years.

The president lives in the White House in the capital city of Washington In the early 17th century, people moved from Europe to the New World and started a new life.

On July 4, 1776 they declared independence from Britain.

Nyrel2011 3 янв. 2020 г., 5:17:49 | 10 - 11 классы

Переведите пожалуйста чтобы читаемо былоThe United States of America is a presidential republic?

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The United States of America is a presidential republic.

So, the President is the head of state

there.

But the President is elected directly by the people and he is not a member of the American

parliament, Congress.

Congress, the legislative branch of the federal government, is made up of the Senate and

the House of Representatives.

There are 100 senators, two for each state.

The House has 435 members, the numoer of

Representatives from each state depends on its population.

Congress makes all laws and each

house of Congress can introduce a new project.

Each can vote against the project passed by me

other.

If both houses agree the project becomes law.

The President and his Administration represent the executive branch of the fede ^ a govern -

ment.

The Administration includes the Secretaries who are heads of the executive departments

Each department is responsible for a specific area.

The President appoints the Secretaries Out the Senate must approve his appointments.

The legislative and the executive branches of government are involved in the system of checks and balances.

Пипка1233 25 июн. 2020 г., 6:04:11 | 5 - 9 классы

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The United States of America is a presidential repub So, the President is the head of state there.

But the President is elected directly by the people and he is not a member of the American Parliament, Congress.

Congress, the legislative branch of the f government.

Is made up of the Senate and the House of Representatives.

Members.

The number There are 100 senators.

Two for state.

The House has 435 laws each of Representatives from each state depends on its population.

Congress makes all proj and each house of Congress can introduce a new project.

Each can vote against the be - ect passed by the other.

If both houses agree and the President signs it.

The project comes law.

Executive branch of the federal gov - The President and his Administration represent the executive depart - emment.

The Administration includes the Secretaries, who are heads of the ments.

Each department is responsible for a specific area.

President appoints the The Secretaries but the Senate must approve his appointments of The legislative and the executive branches of government are involved in the system checks and balances.

Danko2013 24 мая 2020 г., 19:01:47 | 5 - 9 классы

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Помогите!

Напишите как читается.

По - русски.

Перевод не нужен.

Например : learning - Ленинг.

The United States stretches from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic Ocean, which wash the country in the west and in the east.

Long mountain chains run down the Pacific coast.

In this part of the country is Death Valley, the lowest place in North and South Americas.

Here, too, is the Grand Canyon which the Colorado River made millions of years ago.

In some place it is about 6 km deep.

Farther east lie the tall peaks of the Rocky Mountains that run from Canada to Mexico.

Beyond them stretch the Great Plains where the mighty Mississippi River flows.

Another mountain chain, the Appalachians, runs down the eastern part of the US.

The USA borders on Canada in the north, where the five Great Lakes are situated, and Mexico in the South.

Lavandesko 31 янв. 2020 г., 10:10:16 | 1 - 4 классы

Помогите пожалуйста нужно составить 5 вопросов к тексту?

Помогите пожалуйста нужно составить 5 вопросов к тексту.

(1) 'The United States of America' is a name of the country com­posed of 50 states joined in a federal republic, and its citizens are known as 'Americans'.

In the north the US is bordered by Canada, and in the south it borders on Mexico.

It is washed by the Atlantic Ocean in the East and by the Pacific Ocean in the West.

(2) Hawaii, which became the 50th state in 1959, is situated in the Pacific Ocean halfway between the west - coast states and the Far East.

Alaska is separated from Russia by only about 50 miles across the Bering Strait.

(3) The main part of the United States consists of several physical divisions', including highland and lowland regions.

Major highlands are the Appalachian [.

Asps'leitjian] Mountains in the east and the Rocky Mountains in the west.

The Rocky Mountains extend from Mexico to Canada.

The mountains are crossed by streams which flow through deep canyons and fall into the Pacific Ocean.

The largest among them are the Colorado LkDla'raidao] and the Columbia rivers.

These rivers are unsuitable for navigation, but they serve as an immense source of electric power.

The central lowland between the two main mountain ranges makes up the basin2 of the Mississippi [.

Misi'si pi] River.

Its main tributaries are the Missouri [mi'soari] and the Ohio [ao'haiao] Rivers.

The Mississippi together with the Missouri form the longest river in the world (7, 300 km).

The northern part of the USA embraces the region of the five Great Lakes (Lake Superior, Lake Huron, Lake Michigan, Lake Erie and Lake Ontario), which are connected by natural channels cut by rapids1.

The greatest of these rapids is the Niagara Falls.

(4) Crossed by mountain ranges from north to south, the country is unprotected from cold winds from the north and from warm winds from the south.

This causes great temperature fluctuations2.

On the whole, the USA has a continental climate.

(5) The country is rich in coal, oil, iron3 and minerals, which form a solid base for the development of American industry.

The United States economy is highly developed.

In fact, the United States is one of the leading countries in the world economy.

(6) The people of the United States are a mixture of many different nationalities.

The United States is often called a big melting pot of countries.

In a melting pot, different metals are melted" together to make a new metal.

The United States is like a melting pot for people.

In the past, people from many different European countries came to the US and made one country out of many.

In one city you can find people whose parents or great - grandparents came from China, Africa, South America, Southeast Asia ['eija] and many European countries.

These different people brought a wonderful mixture of customs and traditions to their new land.

The German brought Christmas trees, the Irish — St.

Patrick's Day celebrations, the Scots — Halloween.

(7) The red - white - and - blue flag of the United States is known as 'Old Glory' or the 'Stars and Stripes'5.

Red stands for courage, white for purity6 and blue for justice7.

13 stripes represent the first original American colonies, which were united into one country.

The stars in the flag, white on the deep blue background8, represent the number of states making up the United States.

Today it has 50 stars, one for each state, and 13 stripes, one for each of the original states.

Everyone can be greatly surprised by the fact how Americans I honour and treat their flag.

In American schools the day begins with I the ceremony of raising the flag.

OVdovina 30 апр. 2020 г., 22:42:54 | 10 - 11 классы

Задайте к тексту 6 вопросов различных типов?

Задайте к тексту 6 вопросов различных типов.

The Constitution of the United States of America is the central instrument of American government and the supreme law of the country.

For more than 200 years it has guided the evolution of governmental institutions and has provided the basis for political stability, individual freedom, economic growth and social progress.

The American Constitution is the world’s oldest written constitution in force.

It is one that has served as the model for a number of other constitutions around the world.

The Constitution owes its staying power to its simplicity and flexibility.

Originally designed to provide a framework for governing four million people in 13 very different colonies along the Atlantic coast, it now with only 26 amendments serves the needs of more than 240 million people in 50 even more diverse states that stretch from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean.

A draft of the Constitution document emerged in 1787.

The 13 British colonies declared their independence from England in 1776.

While still at war, the colonies - now calling themselves the United States of America - drafted a compact which bound them together as a nation.

The document, designated the “Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union”, was adopted by a Congress of the states in 1777, and formally signed in July 1778.

The Articles became binding when they were ratified by the 13th state, Maryland, in March 1781.

Nast6853213 31 июл. 2020 г., 18:40:48 | 1 - 4 классы

Ребят, помогите Укажите где правда, а где ложь__________________________1?

Ребят, помогите Укажите где правда, а где ложь

__________________________

1.

New York is the capital of the usa

2.

Russians came to America in the 18 century

3.

America is a country of immigrants

4.

Chicago is situated in the south of the usa

5.

There are fifty states in the usa

6.

There are fifty stars on the American flag

7.

All American states are situated in south america

8.

The united states is smaller than russia

9.

The mississippi is the longest river in the world

10.

There are no high mountains in the usa

11.

California is a us city

12.

Texas is the biggest state of the usa _____ Очень прошу помочь, ибо в английском я очень - очень - очень дно 8 класс.

Sisulka87 4 февр. 2020 г., 18:20:17 | 1 - 4 классы

Переведите текст пожалуйста?

Переведите текст пожалуйста!

(в переводчике хрень полная) There population fifty states in the United States of America.

The population is over 200 million.

Before 1776 there were many flags in America.

Rhode Island, for explame , had an anchor on its flag, Massachusetts - a tree, New Hampshire - a ship.

In 1776 after the Declaration of Independence the Stars and Stripes firs became the American flag.

Thirteen stripes represent the thirteen states than sighed the Declaration of Independence and the white stars represent the number of states in the whole of the union.

New states joined the union and the flag changed 26 times.

The two newest states are Alaska and Hawaii.

Юрацлюк 31 янв. 2020 г., 19:49:05 | 5 - 9 классы

Очень срочно, нужен перевод теста "countru and people" 6 класс О?

Очень срочно, нужен перевод теста "countru and people" 6 класс О.

В. Афанасьева и И.

В. Михеева мне к 25.

03. 13 числу надо, т.

Е к понедельнику заранее спасибо вот сам текст.

There are fifty states in the United States of America.

Two of these states, Alaska andHawaii, are not connected to the other states.

The US is washed by the Pacific Ocean inthe west, by the Atlantic Ocean in the east, by the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico inthe south.

In the north there are Great Lakes.

The US is a large country with many naturalwonders.

The US has almost every kind of weather.

Also, it has many kinds of land —rocky coasts, dry empty deserts, big rivers, wide plains and grasslands, lakes of all sizes, high mountains, great forests, sunny beaches, lands of endless winter.

More than 250million people live in the US.

There are a lot of parks, forests and wildlands where you canenjoy the beauty and power of wild America.

The Grand Canyon, Yosemite Valley, andYellowstone are among the most famous.

Many rivers cross the United States.

But thegreat est is the mighty Mississippi.

Native Americans called it "the father of waters”.

Andthe Mississippi has been an important waterway since early times, when native Americanstravelled on the river in canoes.

Among other big rivers are the Colorado and the Missouri.

The Colorado River rises in the Rocky Mountains or the Rockies that stretch from Alaskadown almost to the south of the country.

Another big mountain chain is the Appalachians inthe east also running from north to south.

The Grand Canyon is one of America’s maintourist attractions.

It is so big that you must go there yourself to feel its true size and beauty.

The Colorado River formed the Grand Canyon over millions of years.

Slowly, the river cutdown through hard rock.

Today, the canyon is one mile deep and 200 miles (320 km) long.

The canyon looks different at different times of day, and in different seasons and weather.

The United States is a young country.

Its written history is only a few hundred years old.

It issometimes, in fact, called the “New World”.

Over the last four hundred years millions ofpeople have come to start a new life in this “New World”.

Americans are not afraid of newideas.

They built the first skyscrapers and they put the first man on the Moon.

They like tobe modern.

They like exciting, modern cities, new houses, and new cars.

At the same time, Americans love old things.

They like to visit historic houses andmuseums.

They build old pioneer houses and remember the days of the “Wild West”.

Americans are interested in old traditions, but they are good at making new traditions too.

The people of the United States are a mixture of many different nationalities.

Every American schoolchild learns that the United States is a big melting potof countries.

In one city you can find people whose parents, grandparents or great - grandparents came from China, Africa, South America, Southeast Asia, and everyEuropean country.

These different people brought to their new land a wonderful mixture ofcustoms and traditions.

The Germans brought Christmas trees.

The Irish brought St.

Patrick’s Day celebrations.

The Scots brought Halloween.

Nurlan9719 24 мар. 2020 г., 5:05:33 | 5 - 9 классы

Пожалуйста прошу вас пересказ текста "Who rules the country?

Пожалуйста прошу вас пересказ текста "Who rules the country?

" Прошу вас.

As you know the colonies in America won the Revolutionary War (the War of Independence 1775 - 1783).

After that they became free and independent states, but they had a problem : they needed ; one strong national government.

That's why in the year 1787 all the states sent their representatives to Philadelphia where they wrote the Constitution.

The Constitution is the highest law in the United States which describes the powers of the national government and the powers of the state governments.

The US government is like a tree with a strong trunk and three branches.

The trunk is the people.

It holds up the tree : without the support of the people there can be no government.

People choose the men who make American laws.

The first branch on the tree of government is the Congress.

The Congress is a meeting of representatives from all states.

The people elect those representatives.

The Congress makes the laws that everybody must obey.

The Congress meets in the US Capitol in Washington, D.

С The Congress is divided into two parts, the Senate and the House of Representatives.

Every state, no matter how large or small, sends two people to the Senate.

These people are called senators.

There are one hundred senators in the Senate.

A senator's term is six years.

Each state also sends people to the House of Representatives.

They are called congressmen or congresswomen.

The number of congressmen from each state depends on the number of people who live in the state.

The larger states have more congressmen than the smaller states.

All in all there are 435 congressmen in the House of Representatives.

A representative's term is two years.

The Constitution gives many powers to the Congress.

One important power of the Congress is the power to declare war.

The second branch of government is the President and his helpers.

They carry out the laws that the Congress makes.

The President signs bills and then they become law.

The Vice President and members of the Cabinet help the President to make decisions.

The US President is Commander in Chief of the country's armed forces.

A person who wants to become President must be born in the United States, must be at least 35 years old and must live in the United States for at least 14 years before becoming President.

The President's term is four years and one can be President for one or two terms, but not longer.

Americans vote for the President in November of every leap year.

The third branch of government is the Supreme Court.

It is made up of nine judges — the most important judges in the land.

They have to make sure that the President and the Congress follow the Constitution.

They decide what the Constitution and the laws passed by the Congress mean when there is an argument about their meaning.

The judges work in the Supreme Court as long as they live.

Americans are very proud of their Constitution.

It was written more than 200 years ago and it is still working!

But the people of the United States can change the Constitution.

Changes in the Constitution are called amendments.

There are 26 amendments to the Constitution.

The first ten amendments are called the Bill of Rights.

They were made in 1791.

The Bill of Rights guarantees to people of the USA such important rights and freedoms as freedom of press, freedom of religion, the right to go to court, have a lawyer, and some others.

Soon after the Civil War (1861 - 1865) there were three important amendments.

The 13th amendment ended slavery, the 14th amendment made all Black people citizens of the United States, the 15th amendment gave Blacks the right to vote (long ago, only white men who were over 21 years of age and owned property could vote in the United States).

In 1920, the 19th amendment gave women the right to vote.

In 1971, the 26th amendment gave people 18 years old and older the right to vote.

Lobasstas 10 янв. 2020 г., 13:06:53 | 5 - 9 классы

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Переведите БЕЗ переводчика : з In the 15th century Europeans didn't know that two large continents, inhabited by other peoples, lay on the other side of the Atlantic Ocean.

Between 1492 - 1504, Columbus made four voyages.

He discovered and explored the northeastern coast of Cuba, many of the Caribbean islands and parts of Central and South America, including the delta of the Orinoco River.

The first English settlement appeared in America at the beginning of the 17th century.

On the 6th of September in 1620th group of people left England for the New World.

They sailed from Plymouth, on board the ship "Mayflower".

They wanted to start a new life and have no problems with the church.

There were 74 men and 28 women.

They set up a colony and called that part of a country New England.

And there were 13 colonies in America in 1773.

The first colonists started the tradition of Independence Day.

They celebrate Independence Day on the 4th of July.

The United States lies in the central part of the North American Continent between two oceans : the Atlantic Ocean to the East and the Pacific Ocean to the West.

Friendly Canada to the north and friendly Mexico to the south are the only countries bordering it.

The USA is one of the largest countries in the world.

The population of the United States is nearly 250 million people, most of the people live in towns.

People of different nationalities live in the USA.

The official language of the country is English.

The capital of the country is Washington.

It was named in honour of the President, George Washington.

There are many big cities and towns in the USA : New York.

San Francisco, Boston, Washington, Chicago, Los Angeles are the biggest.

As the USA is the large country, the climate is different in different regions of the country.

There are many mountains is the USA.

For example, the highest peak of the Cordilliers in the USA is 4, 4 meters.

The main river of the country is the Mississippi.

But there are many other great rivers in the USA : the Colorado in the south and the Columbia in the north - west.

There are five Great Lakes between the USA and Canada.

The USA has an Academy of Sciences.

There are many scientific institutions, museums, libraries, theatres and other interesting places in the country.

The national flag of the USA consists of 50 stars, they represent the 50 states of the USA and 13 stripes represent the thirteen British colonies.

Nicknames for the flag include the " Stars and Strips".

Nat123456 17 июн. 2020 г., 18:37:30 | 5 - 9 классы

Заполни пропуски словами из рамочки Можешь использовать карту?

Заполни пропуски словами из рамочки Можешь использовать карту.

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C. , plains, the Big Apple, North, lakes, Atlantic, father, Canada, Colorado, Rocky, fifty, Mexico, Mississippi, New York, California, Texas The USA is one of the biggest countries of the world.

It is situated in 1__________ America.

The country borders on 2__________in the north and 3__________ in the south.

There are 4_______ states in the US, some of them are Washington, 5________, 6____________, 7____________.

The capital of the country is 8____________.

In the east the 9_________ Ocean washes the USA.

Here the biggest city of the country is situated.

It is 10________, Americans often call it 11_________.

The 12________ Mountains stretch in the east.

They are old and not very high.

The 13_________Mountains are situated in the west.

They are younger and higher.

There are many rivers and lakes in the USA.

Americans are proud of the 14____________ River.

It is the longest river of the country.

People call it mighty and "the 15_________ of the waters".

It begins in the north of the country.

The 16___________River is smaller.

It flows near the Grand Canyon.

The Great 17_________ are in the center of America and the Great 18_________ are situated in the north - east and central US.

They are the five largest lakes along the US and Canadian border.

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