The second speaker is keen on crafts because she usually gives them away just to make people smile.

The third speaker has put on a lot of weight.

Different types of houses

In many towns of England cottages, or homes are built one near another, in one long row. There is a small garden at the back of the house and still a smaller one in front of it.

On The second speaker is keen on crafts because she usually gives them away just to make people smile. the first or ground floor there are usually two rooms, and on the second, or upper floor, also two. In the bigger of the lower rooms the family cooks meals, eats and lives. It’s a kitchen, or a living – room. It usually has three doors, one of which leads The second speaker is keen on crafts because she usually gives them away just to make people smile. out to the street. There is a table and some chairs in the room. On the wall near the fireplace you can see a large calendar with a bright-coloured picture. A lamp hangs over the table.

In the suburbs of big cities we can see a lot The second speaker is keen on crafts because she usually gives them away just to make people smile. of pretty, clean country houses, detached and semi-detached. Fine gardens and well-kept lawns, and flowers are everywhere.

In the miles of heavy industry the air is thick with the smoke of factories, the houses are old and dirty, and look all alike: two stories high, a smoky The second speaker is keen on crafts because she usually gives them away just to make people smile. bay-window in front, a few steps leading into a poor tiny garden, a half-dead tree in it and some sad-looking flowers covered with dust, and grey with smoke.

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FAMILY HISTORY

"Researching family history is a true passion rather than just a hobby for many people The second speaker is keen on crafts because she usually gives them away just to make people smile.", says Julie Mason. "It is wonderfully exciting when you learn more about the ancestors."

Julie began researching her family's past in order to find out her roots. She says: "When you discover your roots, it gives you understanding who you are." John Paul Thompson, has a different The second speaker is keen on crafts because she usually gives them away just to make people smile. reason for wanting to research his family's history. "After my father died I found myself with photo albums full of old photographs with no labels. 1 wanted to find out more about the others." Some of the things that people discover about their families can be very surprising. When Jean The second speaker is keen on crafts because she usually gives them away just to make people smile. Sandwell researched her family history she had a very big shock. She found out that she had been adopted as a baby. After she had accepted this situation, Jean tried to find her real parents. "I discovered that my mother emigrated to Australia in 1966," says Jean. "In 1982 I went to Australia The second speaker is keen on crafts because she usually gives them away just to make people smile. to meet her. It was a very emotional experience for both of us."

So what is the best way to start researching your family history? "Interview all your family members before it is too late," says Julie Mason. "Make a basic family tree of your close family and step The second speaker is keen on crafts because she usually gives them away just to make people smile. by step make it bigger. Of course, it is not easy to have accurate information from relatives about things that happened in the distant past. It is quite normal for different family members give different versions of the same events. It is very important to check everything."

Public records The second speaker is keen on crafts because she usually gives them away just to make people smile. in local libraries and in national archives are also important to the family historian. Old newspaper reports are often kept on in local libraries. Sometimes, researching your family history can be lonely work. Remember that you can find a lot of help on the internet. Of The second speaker is keen on crafts because she usually gives them away just to make people smile. course, it is not easy to trace your family history a long way back and you must be very patient. Believe me, in the future, your children, and their children may be very grateful to you for recording it.

Jean Sandwell мейд a shocking discovery. Read aloud the extract which says The second speaker is keen on crafts because she usually gives them away just to make people smile. about it.

Why do people start tracing their family histories?

What recommendations does the author give to discover your roots?

Домашняя история

Исследование истории семьи для неких людей является истинной страстью, даже больше , чем хобби», гласит Джули Мейсон .» Это вправду здорово, когда ты узнаешь больше о собственных праотцах.»

Джулия стала The second speaker is keen on crafts because she usually gives them away just to make people smile. учить прошедшее собственной семьи, чтоб узнать корешки собственной семьи. Она гласит:» Когда ты узнаешь свои корешки, ты начинаешь осознавать, кто ты.» У Джона Пола Томпсона другая причина изучить свою семью. « После погибели отца я отыскал альбом, полный старенькых фото без подписи. Я желал узнать больше о других The second speaker is keen on crafts because she usually gives them away just to make people smile..»

Некие вещи, которые люди открывают о собственной семье , могут стать сюрпризом. Когда Джин Сэндуэл исследовала историю собственной семьи, она была шокирована Она узнала, что она была приемным ребенком. После того, как она оценила эту ситуацию, она стала пробовать отыскать собственных реальных родителей. «Я узнала, что моя мама эмигрировала в Австралию в The second speaker is keen on crafts because she usually gives them away just to make people smile. 1966 году», - гласит Джин. «В 1982 я поехала в Австралию, чтоб повстречаться с ней. Это было очень волнительно для нас обеих.»

Итак, с чего же лучше начать исследование собственной семьи?»Пока не очень поздно, спрашивайте всех членов семьи,», - гласит Джулия Мейсон. «Создавайте семейное древо собственных близких родственников и шаг The second speaker is keen on crafts because she usually gives them away just to make people smile. за шагом повышайте его. Естественно, это не просто получить достоверную информацию от собственных родственников о том, что было в дальнем прошедшем. Это достаточно нормально от различных членов семьи услышать различные версии об одном и том же событии. Очень принципиально все проверить.»

Общественные записи в местных библиотеках и государственных архивах также являются The second speaker is keen on crafts because she usually gives them away just to make people smile. очень необходимыми в истории семьи. В местных библиотеках нередко хранятся старенькые газетные статьи. Нередко исследование семьи может быть уединенной работой. Помните, что вы сможете почти все отыскать в вебе.

Естественно, нелегко проследить историю собственной семьи на много годов назад, но вы должны быть терпеливыми. Поверьте мне, что в The second speaker is keen on crafts because she usually gives them away just to make people smile. дальнейшем ваши малыши и внуки будут вам очень признательны за вашу проделанную работу.

1.This text is about the importance of researching our family’s past. We can learn a lot of interesting things about our family. In the future our children & their children may be very grateful to us.

2. 3 абзац The second speaker is keen on crafts because she usually gives them away just to make people smile..

3.They want to know more about their ancestors.

4.We should interview all our members, make a basic family tree of our close family & step by step make it bigger. We should check everything what our relatives say.

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Mike:Well, Jane, we’ve only got two weeks left The second speaker is keen on crafts because she usually gives them away just to make people smile. before the run so I really think we have to finalise the route of the race today.

Jane:Yes, Mike. Now, how many runners do you estimate will register for the race?

Mike:Well, it’s hard to say what the final number will be – at the moment we The second speaker is keen on crafts because she usually gives them away just to make people smile. have 150 applicants but I fully expect there will be 200 by the race itself.

Jane:Fine. I’ll make a note of that.

Mike:Where will the starting line be?

Jane:I think you have to start somewhere that has a place to warm up. How about the Town The second speaker is keen on crafts because she usually gives them away just to make people smile. hall as the car park there is a big enough for the runners to do their exercises?

Mike:Actually, that’s a good point. Let’s start there and then we could have the first aid point nearby. But look, we should have another first aid point somewhere on The second speaker is keen on crafts because she usually gives them away just to make people smile. the route in case the runners have problems.

Jane:You’re probably right! Em, do you think the athletes need somewhere to take a break if they are feeling tired? We could use the entrance to the library. It’s ideal as it has such a huge portico where The second speaker is keen on crafts because she usually gives them away just to make people smile. the athletes could relax in the shade.

Mike:Good idea.


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