Snowdonia National Park
1. Reading comprehension. Read the text at least twice before answering the questions.
On holiday in Wales
Wales is one of the most beautiful parts of Britain. If you are interested in lovely countryside, you can find it in Wales.
There are green hills, mountains, empty beaches, busy seaside resorts and lots of interesting castles. South Wales,
for example, is not only famous for its important coal mines and steel industry, but also for popular seaside resorts.
There are miles of sandy beaches where you can go swimming, lie in the sun, go sailing or windsurfing. Tenby inSouth
Wales is one of the most beautiful seaside towns in Britain. People come to see its lovely narrow streets and the ruins
of an old castle.
North Wales is a land of castles, beaches and mountains. Here you can go walking in Snowdonia, the most famous
Welsh National Park, and climb Snowdon, the highest mountain in England and Wales. You can walk up to the top of
the mountain or you can go there by the mountain railway. People visit North Wales to do activities like walking,
rock-climbing and canoeing. They visit the beautiful Welsh castles. If you like an interesting holiday, you will have one
in lovely Wales.
Questions on the text
1.1. What do you find in South Wales?
1.2. How can you get to the top of Snowdon?
1.3. Which activities can you do in Wales?
2. Use the right reflexive pronoun or each other.
At a party
2.1. - Are you all enjoying ?
- Of course, we are. We're just telling some funny stories.
2.2. - Help Megan. There are lots of sandwiches on the table.
- I think I'll fetch another biscuit. They're great.
- Well, my brothers made them. They've taught to bake cakes and biscuits.
2.3. - Who invited Bob to this party?
- I don't know. Perhaps he invited .
2.4. - Look at Tom and Susie. I think they like . Look, now they're holding hands with .
2.5. - Where's Janet? Didn't you invite her to the party?
- She fell off her bike and hurt yesterday.
3. Conditional clauses. Complete the conditional sentences in the following dialogue. Use "will", "can" or "must" in the main clauses.
After school Megan and her friend Lynn are talking about their plans for the weekend.
Lynn: Have you got any plans for Saturday, Megan?
Megan: Well, if the weather (be) fine, I to the beach. Do you want to come, too?
Lynn: Good idea. We (stay) there all day if we (take) the first bus.
Megan: But what (do) if the weather (be) bad?
Lynn: Well, if it (rain), we (not go)to the beach. We (listen) to some records at my house.
Megan: OK. I (phone) you if I (not come).
Lynn: Look, our bus is coming. We (hurry) if we (want) to catch it.