О праге на английском языке

The Czech Republic or Czechia is a small landlocked country in Central Europe, situated west and north-west of Germany and bordering Austria to the south, Poland to the north and Slovakia to the south-east.

The Czech Republic is not a large country but has a rich and eventful history. From time immemorial Czechs, Germans, Jews and Slovaks, as well as Italian stonemasons and stucco workers, French tradesmen and deserters from Napoleon’s army have all lived and worked here, all influencing one another. For centuries they jointly cultivated their land, creating works that still command our respect and admiration today. It is thanks to their inventiveness and skill that this small country is graced with hundreds of ancient castles, monasteries and stately mansions, and even entire towns that give the impression of being comprehensive artifacts. The Czech Republic contains a vast of amount of architectural treasure and has beautiful forests and mountains to match.

The country has been traditionally divided into lands, namely Bohemia proper in the west, Moravia (Morava) in the southeast, and Czech Silesia in the northeast. The dialects of Czech spoken in Moravia are slightly different from those spoken in Bohemia, particularly in Prague.

Czech Republic was formed as a result of the dissolution of Czechoslovakia (Velvet divorce) into two national components the Czech Republic and Slovakia on 1 January 1993. Both countries went through economic reforms and privatisations, with the intention of creating a capitalist economy. This process was largely successful; in 2006 the Czech Republic was recognised by the World Bank as a «developed country». The Czech Republic joined NATO in 1999 and the European Union on 1 May 2004. It held the Presidency of the European Union for the first half of 2009.

I’d like to tell you about some interesting cities which represent variety of Czechia. Prague — the capital and largest city of the Czech Republic with a large and beautiful historic centre. Brno — largest city in Moravia with several excellent museums and the annual Moto GP Grand Prix. Karlovy Vary — historic (and biggest Czech) spa resort, especially popular with German and Russian tourist groups. Olomouc — riverside university town with a 1000 year history and the second-largest historical centre in the Czech Republic. Ostrava — a vibrant local subculture and long history of coal mining and heavy industry. Opava — former capital of Silesia. Pilsen — home of the original Pilsner Urquell beer, and the largest city in West Bohemia.

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What is your hometown like — My country at a glance — ...

... — a composition, a body, a conclusion, an introduction. Ход уроков 1. 1) Учащиеся читают сочинение девочки ... winter. My hometown is situated in the north of our country. However, ... организован в самостоятельный урок, на котором учащиеся выполняют упражнения ... сочинения относятся к пунктам плана. Ключи : Introduction General description of the hometown: in the north-west of England, the second largest ...

traditional Czech food is hearty and suitable after a hard day in the fields. It is heavy and quite fatty, and is excellent in the winter. In the recent time there was a tendency towards more light food with more vegetables, now the traditional heavy and fatty Czech food is usually not eaten everyday and some people avoid it entirely. However nothing goes as well with the excellent Czech beer as some of the best examples of the traditional Czech cuisine, like pork, duck or goose with knedliky (dumplings) and sauerkraut.

Топик Czech Republic

The Czech Republic or Czechia is a small landlocked country in Central Europe, situated west and north-west of Germany and bordering Austria to the south, Poland to the north and Slovakia to the south-east.

The Czech Republic is not a large country but has a rich and eventful history. From time immemorial Czechs, Germans, Jews and Slovaks, as well as Italian stonemasons and stucco workers, French tradesmen and deserters from Napoleon’s army have all lived and worked here, all influencing one another. For centuries they jointly cultivated their land, creating works that still command our respect and admiration today. It is thanks to their inventiveness and skill that this small country is graced with hundreds of ancient castles, monasteries and stately mansions, and even entire towns that give the impression of being comprehensive artifacts. The Czech Republic contains a vast of amount of architectural treasure and has beautiful forests and mountains to match.

The country has been traditionally divided into lands, namely Bohemia proper in the west, Moravia (Morava) in the southeast, and Czech Silesia in the northeast. The dialects of Czech spoken in Moravia are slightly different from those spoken in Bohemia, particularly in Prague.

Czech Republic was formed as a result of the dissolution of Czechoslovakia (Velvet divorce) into two national components the Czech Republic and Slovakia on 1 January 1993. Both countries went through economic reforms and privatisations, with the intention of creating a capitalist economy. This process was largely successful; in 2006 the Czech Republic was recognised by the World Bank as a «developed country». The Czech Republic joined NATO in 1999 and the European Union on 1 May 2004. It held the Presidency of the European Union for the first half of 2009.

I’d like to tell you about some interesting cities which represent variety of Czechia. Prague — the capital and largest city of the Czech Republic with a large and beautiful historic centre. Brno — largest city in Moravia with several excellent museums, and the annual Moto GP Grand Prix. Karlovy Vary — historic (and biggest Czech) spa resort, especially popular with German and Russian tourist groups. Olomouc — riverside university town with a 1,000 year history and the second-largest historical centre in the Czech Republic. Ostrava — a vibrant local subculture and long history of coal mining and heavy industry. Opava — former capital of Silesia. Pilsen — home of the original Pilsner Urquell beer, and the largest city in West Bohemia.

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ВНО по английскому: ресурсы для подготовки | Green Country Journal

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Traditional Czech food is hearty and suitable after a hard day in the fields. It is heavy and quite fatty, and is excellent in the winter. In the recent time there was a tendency towards more light food with more vegetables, now the traditional heavy and fatty Czech food is usually not eaten everyday and some people avoid it entirely. However nothing goes as well with the excellent Czech beer as some of the best examples of the traditional Czech cuisine, like pork, duck, or goose with knedliky (dumplings) and sauerkraut.

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Топик Чешская республика повествует о Чехии. Вы узнаете о географическом положении Чехии, о достопримечательностях, культуре и национальной еде. Конечно же не будет упущено чешское пиво. В конце топика речь пойдет об историческом пути Чехии, о распаде Чехословакии в 1993 году.

The Czech Republic or Czechia is a country in Central Europe, bordering Germany to west and north-west, Austria to the south, Poland to the north and Slovakia to the south-east. (Чешская Республика или Чехия страна в центральной Европе, граничащая с Германией на западе и северо-западе, Австрией на юге, Польшей на севере и Словакией на юго-востоке)

The Czech Republic is not a large country but has a rich and eventful history. (Ч.Р. не большая страна, но имеет богатую и полную событий историю)

The Czech Republic contains a vast of amount of architectural treasure. This is the country of beautiful forests and mountains to match. (ЧР имеет в своем составе огромное количество архитектурных сокровищ. Это страна прекрасных лесов и гор)

The country has been traditionally divided into lands: Bohemia in the west, Moravia (Morava) in the southeast, and Silesia in the northeast. (Страна традиционно разделена на районы: Богемия на западе, Моравия на юго-востоке, Силезия на северо-востоке)

Czech Republic formed as a result of the dissolution of Czechoslovakia into two states: the Czech Republic and Slovakia on 1 January 1993. (ЧР была возникла как результат распада Чехословакии на два государства ЧР и Словакию 1 января 1993)

Both countries went through economic reforms with the intention of creating a capitalist economy. (Обе страны прошли через экономические реформы с целью создания капиталистической экономики)

The Czech Republic joined the European Union on 1 May 2004. (ЧР вступила в ЕС …)

There are many interesting cities which represent variety of Czechia. For example… (Есть много интересных городов, которые показывают многообразие Чехии. Например…)

Karlovy Vary — historic spa resort, especially popular with tourist groups. (Карловы Вары – исторический спа-курорт, особенно популярный у туристических групп.)

Olomouc — riverside university town with a 1,000 year history and the second-largest historical centre in the Czech Republic. (Оломоуц – стоящий на берегу реки университетский город с тысячелетней историей и вторым по величине историческим центром в ЧР)

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По английскому языку идеальный город

... любимый город» на английском языке могут рассматривать совсем с разных сторон. Это может быть сочинение на английском про родной город или рассказ о самом привлекательном городе в мире. Допустима также история на английском языке о городе, ... and the Narva River. By the 14th century, the city became the capital of the sovereign Pskov Republic and was a trading post of the Hanseatic ...

Pilsen (Plzen) — home of the original Pilsner beer, and the largest city in West Bohemia. (Плзень – родина оригинального пива Пилснер и самый большой город в Богемии.)

Traditional Czech food is hearty and suitable after a hard day in the fields. (Традиционная чешская еде обильная и подходящая после тяжелого дня в полях)

It is heavy and quite fatty, and is excellent in the winter. (Она тяжелая и довольно жирная, отличная для зимы)

In the recent time there was a tendency towards more light food with more vegetables, now the traditional heavy and fatty Czech food is usually not eaten everyday and some people avoid it entirely. (В последнее время была тенденция к более легкой еде с большим количеством овощей, сейчас традиционная тяжелая и жирная чешская еда обычно не употребляется каждый день, а некоторые люди избегают ее полностью.)

However nothing goes as well with the excellent Czech beer as some of the best examples of the traditional Czech cuisine, like pork, duck, or goose with knedliky (dumplings) and sauerkraut. (Однако ничего не идет так хорошо с превосходным чешским пивом как некоторые из лучших примеров традиционной чешской кухни типа свинины, утки или гуся с кнедликами и квашеной капустой.)

Prague is the capital city and largest city of the Czech Republic. It is the political, economic and cultural centre of the country. (Прага – столица и самый крупный город ЧР. Это политический, экономический и культурный центр страны)

This magical city of bridges, cathedrals, towers and church domes, is situated on the banks of the Vltava River. It is more than ten centuries. (Волшебный город мостов, соборов и церковных куполов)

Prague is also a modern and vibrant city. It is full of energy, music, cultural art, excellent cuisine and special events for traveler who thirsts for adventure. (Прага также современный и энергичный город. Он полон энергии, музыки, искусства, прекрасной кухни и особых событий для путешественника, который жаждет приключений)

Millions of tourists visit the city every year. (Миллионы туристов посещают город каждый год)

Prague was founded in the later 9th century, and soon became the seat of Bohemian kings. (Прага была основана в конце 9 века и вскоре стала местом богемских королей)

The city thrived under the rule of Charles IV. (Город процветал при правлении Карла 4)

The city also went under Habsburg rule and became the capital of a province of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. (Город также пришел под правление Габсбургов и стал столицей провинции Австро-Венгерской империи)

In 1918, after World War I, the city became the capital of Czechoslovakia. (В 1918 после Первой Мировой Войны город стал столицей Чехословакии)

In 1993, Czechoslovakia split into two countries and Prague became capital city of the new Czech Republic. (В 1993 Чехословакия распалась на 2 страны, и Прага стала столицей новой ЧР)

Prague is home to about 1.2 million people. (Прага дом для 1200 000 человек.)

The Vltava River runs through the city. (Река Влтава протекает через город)

Prague is divided into ten numbered districts: Praha 1 through to Praha 10. For example, I live and stady in Praha 6 now. (Прага разделена на 10 пронумерованный районов: от Праги1 до Праги 10. Например, я живу и учусь в Праге 6 сейчас)

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День города на английском языке

... artists, and massive fireworks. Рассказать на английском про день города в Москве 50-60 предложений Ответы: Moscow City Day is traditionally celebrated on ... the concert, featuring popular artists, and massive fireworks. На английском языке. City Day My name is Nikita. I’m 13 years ... featuring popular artists, and massive fireworks. Перевод на русский язык. День города Меня зовут Никита. Мне 13 лет и ...

Praha 1 is the oldest part of the city and has the very many attractions such as Old Town Square, Charles Bridge, Prague Castle, National Museum and others. (Прага 1 старейшая часть города и имеет очень много достопримечательностей таких как …)

Praha 2 contains also important historic areas. There are Vysehrad Park, Peter & Paul Church and others. (Прага 2 включает также важные исторические райны. Здесь …)

Public transportation is very convenient in most of the areas. But buses do not enter the historic districts (Old Town, New Town, Lower Town, etc.) (Общественный транспорт очень удобный в большинстве районов. Но автобусы не въезжают в исторические районы)

Convenient transportation is also tram and metro. (удобный транспорт также трамвай и метро)

I like this excellent city and when I leave Prague, I always want to return here.

I think the Czech Republic is the country with rich history and culture, with the beautiful cities and friendly people.