B) it is made of old suitcases and bags
A) it is flying
A) the garden Rooms
C) pirate Bill’s Room
A) coffee-making machine b) TV c) bathroom d) baby-sitting
Looking for an exiting winter getaway? Then try the Ice Hotel in southern Sweden and spend a few days in a giant igloo. 200 tons of ice and 13,000 tons of snow are needed to build the Ice Hotel every year. When the thermometer hits 3 degrees above freezing, the building of the hotel starts.
The hotel has rooms for over 200 guests, as well as an ice sauna, a cinema, the Ice Char Tower and the world-famous Absolute Ice Bar. The temperature inside the hotel is minus 3 degrees Celsius, but that seems warm when you compare it to the temperature outside, which can fall below minus 13 degrees Celsius.
Before bedtime, have a meal prepared by master chefs, then visit the Absolute Ice Bar, where you might just meet your favourite model or actor, or enjoy a crystal-clear view of the dark Arctic sky. When it’s time for bed, don’t worry about keeping warm. The Ice Hotel provides guests with warm deer skins to sleep in. Guests wake up to a hot drink, after which they can enjoy an early morning jogging and a tasty breakfast.
Antarctic is the perfect place for outdoor activities such as bobsleigh, ice-fishing and skiing. If you don’t have skates, the staff at the reception will provide you with everything you need.
A visit to the Ice Hotel is an unforgettable experience and the perfect way to liven up you winter. Don’t miss the chance of a lifetime!
Listen to a story about Bill Gates and do the two tasks below.
A) 8th of October
C) 20th of December
B) 28th of October d) 28th of December
His parents were rich
He got a good education
His friend helped him
He is ambitious and hardworking
A) is 75 b) has his first grandchild c) earns 100 billion dollars d) retires
B) has his first grandchild
A) Because of his work. b) For pleasure. c) Because he had a car.
A) He was a farmer.
B) He sold machines.
C) He was a door-to-door salesman.
A) No, he didn’t.
A) Always by train.
B) Yes, he did. c) He did most of the time.
B) Always in his car.
C) Sometimes in his car, and sometimes by train.
A) Too many. b) Two. c) One.
A) No, he did not.
B) Yes, he did.
Mr. Gray travelled a lot on his business. He sold machines of various kinds to local farmers. It was not really a very exciting or interesting job, but Mr. Gray had always been interested in farming, and he was quite satisfied with his life.
He had a big car, and usually enjoyed driving it long distances, but he was quite satisfied to go by train sometimes too, especially when he was tired or when the weather was bad. He was a little frightened of driving in rain or snow or sleet, and it was less tiring to sit comfortably in a train and look out of the window without being worried about how one was going to get to the next place.
One of Mr. Gray’s was often where to stay when he
Reached some small place in the.
He didn’t expect great and wonderful food, but
He found it annoying when he was given a room,
And there was no hot water or good food after a and
Late one winter evening, Mr. Gray railway station.
At a small
But a satisfying meal bath and a
___________________________________ , ‘As this is_________________________
Country and I was in too much of a hurry
Hotels before I left home, I would very much like
Mr. Gray asked then.
, ‘Well, it’s like this: whichever
Mrs. Hammond was blind and old, but she was determined to do everything for herself.
She used to even go for walks alone from her cottage once a day for fresh air and exercise, and found her way by touching things with her white stick.
She learnt where was everything, so she lost her way never.
But then some men one day came and cut down some of the familiar pine trees at the side of one of the paths which she followed.
When that evening she reached that place, she didn’t feel the trees with her stick, so she was in difficulties.
And listened, but she didn’t any other people, so she went ahead for or two, and then she heard water beneath her.
‘Water?’ she said aloud, and. ‘Am I lost? so’.
She stopped for a
I must be on a
, I suppose, and there must be
_______________ under me.
I’ve been that there’s a river in this
Of the country, but I don’t know its exact position.
‘How am I to get to my cottage from here?’
All at once she a man’s friendly
Please. I’m lost. Some of the which I follow when I go
For my every evening had been removed today, and
If I hadn’t been enough to come across you, I don’t
Know what I’d have done. Can you please help me to
. ‘Where do you
Him, and they
, and she
And a piece of cake.
’, he answered. ‘I
?’ Mrs. Hammond said. ‘
‘Well’, the man
Drown myself. But
A) A lot of the people in the factory. b) Jim.
4. How did he find someone?
A) He asked other people. b) Mrs. Roper introduced someone to him.
How many hours a day did Mrs. Roper work for him?
A) Four. b) One.
Was Jim happy with Mrs. Roper’s work?
A) No, he wasn’t.
B) Yes, he was.
How did Jim let Mrs. Roper know what he thought?
Was the mirror clean that evening?
A) No, it wasn’t.
B) Yes, it was.
How did Jim know that Mrs. Roper had read his message?
Jim lived together with his parents until he was twenty-one years old, and then he got a good job in the office of a big factory in another town, so he left home.
He found a comfortable little flat which had two tiny rooms, a small kitchen and a separate bathroom, and he lived there on his own.
At first he cleaned it himself, but he didn’t want to have to go on doing this himself, so he firmly determined himself to find someone else to do it instead of him.
He asked a lot of his fellow workers at the factory he was working what they did about this, and at last one of the men said, ‘Oh, old Mrs. Roper comes and cleans my flat regularly. She washes the dishes, irons my shirts and keeps the place clean, neat and tidy an so on. I’ll introduce her to you, if you really like. She’s a charming old lady of about 60. She does her best, but she hasn’t got much energy.’
‘Well, you’d better ask her to come and see me as soon as possible, please,’ Jim answered.
1. So the next Mrs. Roper came to see him, and she
With pleasure to come to his flat morning for an hour.
After she had been working for Jim for two, he looked at the mirror in the bedroom and thought, ‘This mirror looks very. Mrs. Roper’s forgotten to clean it. I can on it with my finger.’
He wrote the in the dust: ‘I’m
Whenever I breathe because everything in this room is very dusty.’
He came at 7 o’clock that evening, and when he had
His supper, he went into his and
Looked at the mirror.
‘That woman still hasn’t
Said to himself. ‘All it needs is a
He said to himself.
,’ he thought.
. They were: ‘
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