Баранова, Дули, 5. Учебник. Module 3c

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1 T
2 T
3 F (most schools)
4 F (during the week)
5 F (compete with other schools)
6 T
interesting (odj): exciting, unusual
make friends (phr): to form friendships
last a life time (phr): exist for allofsb’s life
attend (v): to be present at sth.
GCSEs (n): qualifications from secondary school
qualifications (n): exams you have passed
further studies (phr): university etc
school uniform (n): special clothes
catch up with (phrv): get sb.’s news from them
after school activities (phr): activities after school
compete with (v): be in competition with sb.
choir (n): a group of singers
instrument (n): pianoб guitar etc
orchestra (n): a group of musicians
musical events (phr): concerts. musicals, etc
complete (v): to finish
experience (n): sth. important that affects you

1 join
2 do
3 go
4 play

Schools in Englond
Subjects: Students learn many different subjects, such as English, Maths, Science, Geography and Art.
Lessons: Students go to lessons during the week and have eight lessons a day.
Breaks: They have a 15-minute break in the morning and a one-hour lunch break.
Food: Most students have lunch in the school can teen or take a packed lunch.
Clubs: There are many different kinds of clubs for students to join. e.g. drama, art or computer club.
School life in Greece
Subjects: Students learn a wide range of subjects such as Maths. Geography. French, History, English, Physics, Biology and more.
Lessons: Lessons are about 50 minutes each. Students attend 8 lessons a day Students attend school from Monday to Friday.
Breaks: have a five-minute break in between lessons, a 15-minute break in the morning and 30 minutes for lunch.
Food: All schools have snack bars. Most students bring food from home.
Clubs: There are no clubs that students can join, but schools offer extra activities on Saturday mornings such as sports, dancing and music lessons.
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