GHOSTS & LEGENDS AND SHERLOCK HOLMES LECTURES

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We had the great honour to receive Luke Roberts last Monday 26th January. He gave us two lectures: Ghosts & Legends (1st and 2nd years ESO) and Sherlock Holmes (3rd and 4th years ESO).

Look for the lecture you attended and solve all the tasks before Monday 9th March 2015.

You can do both series of activities in order to get a better mark.

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  1. Task 1 – ghost – phantom – spectre – specter

    Task 2 – I frighten and horrify me to see that guy – THE guy was funny and very courageous – I was horrified , terrified to get into that old hotel

    Task 3 – spider , gost and not technologie

    Task 4 – Which witch

    Task 6 – She dye , and He die

    Task 8 –

    Task 9 – flour – flower

    Task 10 – Ms . Scrouche . Noche de navidad .

    Task 11 – Four . One is the past, present and future sullo , but an old friend

    Task 12 – “c´´

    Task 13 – Dracula

    Task 14 – four

    Task 15 – no

    Task 17 – Vamp

  2. Task 1 – ghost – phantom – spectre – specter

    Task 2 – I frighten and horrify me to see that guy – THE guy was funny and very courageous – I was horrified , terrified to get into that old hotel

    Task 3 – spider , gost and not technologie

    Task 4 – Which witch

    Task 6 – She dye , and He die

    Task 7 – The mussel is very expensive today / I’m going to jimnasio strengthen muscles

    Task 8 –

    Task 9 – flour – flower

    Task 10 – Ms . Scrouche . Noche de navidad .

    Task 11 – Four . One is the past, present and future sullo , but an old friend

    Task 12 – “c´´

    Task 13 – Dracula

    Task 14 – four

    Task 15 – no

    Task 16 – this is horrifyng / This is alarming .Voy to suspend English

    Task 17 – Vamp

  3. TASK 1- Spirit, spectre, phantom, shadow.
    TASK 2- She is terrified of the spider. Your dad this horrified of the sun. He is frightened of the house your mom. The cat was surprised to see the mouse. The clown is amused with his red nose. Superman goes fearless of the house. I am worried about the cake.
    TASK 3- I’m afraid of spiders, butterflies and heights.
    TASK 4- In Mondariz there was thunder Tuesday. In the attic there is a very bigg web. In the cemetery there are many tombstone.When someone dies they take in a coffin.
    TASK 5- Witches there are tales. Can which move me to Alicante.
    TASK 6-Manuel died Monday fainting. When I have 14 year I dye my blue hair.
    TASK 7- The mussel beach on the rock. In the gym do muscle.
    TASK 8- Mouse
    TASK 9- Flour-Flower.Because pronounced the same.
    TASK 10- The man is an old man. On the Christmas Carol.
    TASK 11- Four. The of the past, present, future and the spirit of Jacob Marley.
    TASK 12- A) Garlic. B) Coffin. C) Cape. D) Stake
    TASK 13- Christmas Carol
    TASK 14- Nailing a stake in the heart,with fire and with metal.
    TASK 15- True.It has pointy ears, fangs, hair gel and with red eyes.
    TASK 16- The mummy is horrified because he scared. The mummy is horrifying for the eyes.I’m startled because there is a mummy. I alarming because mum see me.
    TASK 17- Vamp

  4. TASK 1 – Where is this flag from? How is it called? How is it made up? Which British country is not in? Why?

    -The flag of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, officially the Union Flag better known as the Union Jack
    The Union Jack is a combination of crosses of the patron saints of England, Scotland and Northern Ireland, three of the four regions, with Wales, formed the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. The center red cross on white background is the flag of St. George, England. The white cross on a blue background is the flag of Scotland, the cross of St. Andrew. And the red cross on white background is the cross of Saint Patrick, Ireland. Given the absolute British hegemony in the UK, all three flags are very often confused with the flag of England.
    Wales is not present because he was already built in England when the Union Jack was established in 1801.

    TASK 2 – Answer the questions. Too easy!

    Who was sherlock holmes?
    D-detective

    TASK 3- Answer the question. What did the other authors write? (Write six [6] titles).

    Who created sherlock holmes
    D-Arthur Conan Doyle

    Charles Dickens was a prominent English writer and novelist, one of the best known of world literature.
    works:
    -Oliver Twist
    -Nicholas Nickleby
    -The Old Curiosity Shop
    -Dombey and Son
    -Bleak House
    -Hard Times

    Thomas Hardy, English novelist and poet, overcomes naturalism of his time.
    Works:
    -Wessex Poems and Other Verses
    -Satires of Circumstance
    -Moments of Vision
    -Late Lyrics and Earlier with Many Other Verses
    -Human Shows, Far Phantasies, Songs and Trifles
    -Winter Words in Various Moods and Metres

    JK Rowling is a writer and producer of British cinema
    works:
    -Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
    -Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone
    -Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
    -Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
    -Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.
    -Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

    TASK 4 – Write a sentence with each word. ESO sentences, please!

    Knight- the knight has rescued the princess when she was in danger
    Night- the night is the period of time in the which we can see the stars, and see how it shine
    To knight- we have which to hold on to knight the wood measuring the 10 meters
    Tonight – tonight we to go the house the Joana, because she make a party for your birthday

    TASK 5 – Write the right word for each image. How do you pronounce these words?

    1- knife- /naɪf/
    2- knee- /níi/
    3- knickers- /níkers/
    4- knot – /not/
    5- knock- /nok/
    6- knit – /nit/
    7- knack- /nák/

    TASK 6 – Who is it? Where is the actor from? Who wrote these books?

    -Sean Connery.
    -He make the character of James Bond
    -James Bond (007) is a fictional character created by the English novelist Ian Fleming in 1952

    TASK 7. Where is that flag from? What does it have to do with Sherlock Holmes?

    The Flag of Scotland
    The created of the sherlock holmes, named arthur conan doyle, and he born in Edimburgh, Scotland

    TASK 8 – What is this emblem? Write other three British countries emblems.

    -Is the symbol of Scotland as thistle (the national flower)

    TASK 9 – Answer the question. Too easy!
    what did conan doyle study at university?

    C- medicine

    TASK 10 – Answer the question.
    The character of sherlock holmes is based on arthur conan doyle

    A-teacher

    TASK 11 – Write the right answer. Explain your choice.
    How many sherlock holmes novels did sir arthur conan doyle write?

    B-4, because Sir Arthur Conan Doyle wrote four novels and fifty-six short stories about his protagonist.

    TASK 12 – Write two (2) Sherlock Holmes NOVELS.

    -A Study in Scarlet
    -The Sign of the Four

    TASK 13 – Who is Batman’s sidekick?
    -the sidekick the batman is robin

    TASK 14 – Who is Lone Ranger’s sidekick? Write the name both in English and Spanish.
    – the sidekick the lone ranger is johnny depp.
    – Johnny depp

    TASK 15 – Who is Sherlock’s sidekick?
    -the sidekick the sherlock is the Dr watson

    TASK 16 – Write the right words and answer the question.

    A- deerstalker
    B- jacket
    C- pipe
    D- magnifying glass

    – which is a deerstalker?
    A

    TASK 17 – Write the right word for each type of clue.

    fingerprint
    foodprint
    track

    TASK 18 – “Fingerprint” is a compound word. Write three (3) other compounds.

    foodprint
    soundtrack
    undetake

    TASK 19 – Answer the question. Gime some reasons.
    which clue could not be used by sherlock holmes in his first cases?

    C-toxicology

    TASK 20 – Why was this man famous for?

    Sir Robert Peel was a British statesman and politician from the Conservative Party. Peel was Prime Minister of the United Kingdom between 10 December 1834 and 8 April , 1835 and 30 August , 1841 to 29 June, 1846.

    TASK 21 – Answer the question and explain the meaning of the other three words.
    what are british policemen ?

    B- bobbies, because , Sir Robert Peel was commonly known as Bob and agents were quickly called Bobbies, nickname that have endured over the nearly 180-year life of the Metropolitan Police

    TASK 22 – What is another name for London’s underground?

    Londoners often refer to him as the Underground or a more familiar way as the Tube, because of the shape of its tunnels

    TASK 23 – Answer the question.
    where in london did sherlock holmes ?

    B- baker street

    TASK 24 – Write the right words. Which souvenir is the most popular?

    bag
    key ring
    coffe pot
    cup

    The most Popular Souvenir is the bag

    TASK 25 – Write a few lines (4) about the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben. Are they the same thing?

    -The Palace of Westminster, also known as the houses of parliament.
    The palace contains over a thousand rooms, the most important corresponding to the Halls of the House of Lords and House of Commons. The palace also includes meeting rooms, libraries, halls, dining rooms, bars and gyms. It is where important ceremonies of state, of which the most important is the Opening Ceremony of Parliament are held.

    -Big Ben is the name that is known to the great bell of the clock at the northwest side of the Palace of Westminster and by extension also popularly used to name the clock tower.
    The tower houses the clock of four of the world’s largest faces, and is the third highest clock tower in the world.
    It celebrated its 150th anniversary on 31 May 2009 and performed various acts of conmemoración. The tower was completed in 1858 and the clock became operational on 7 September , 1859.

    -the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben they are not the same

    TASK 26 – Where is Luke? What is this place famous for?

    Luke is in the Palacio de Westminster.
    Is the place famous because it have the Big Ben.

    TASK 27- Answer the question.

    what is the most popular tourist attract?
    the tower of London

    TASK 28- What is the Tower of London? What was it in the past?

    The Tower of London, officially the Royal Palace and Fortress of His Majesty, is a historic castle on the north bank of the River Thames in central London, England.

    TASK 29 – Where is the British crown kept?

    the crown kept in the tower of London

    TASK 30 – Answer the question and write out the numbers using words.
    what is its value?

    A- 42,000———–> forty two thousand
    B- 420,000——–> four hundred twenty thousand
    C- 4,200,000——-> four million two thousand
    D- 42,000,000 ——> forty two millions

    -its value is the 4,200,000

    TASK 31- Answer the question . Write a few lines about the Tower of London traditional ceremony and legend

    the tower of london is famous for which animal?
    A- crow

    TASK 32 – Answer the question. How do you say “billetes” and “moedas” in English?

    “billetes” —-> note
    “moneda”—–> coin

    TASK 33 – How much are these things in London? Make a guess!

    coffee—> 1,75
    sandwich—-> 2,50
    tickets—-> 7,25
    taxi——> 15

  5. 1-This flag from in Inglaterra. His called union flag or union Jack. The flag of Inglaterra is made up for the flag of Inglaterra,Escocia and Irlanda. The British country that not made up is the northof Irlanda because when it appeared the first version of its flag, Wales had already joined with England.
    -Sherlocck Holmes was a detective.
    3-Arthur Conan Doyle created Sherlock Holmes.
    A)Charles Dickens wrote:
    -A christmas carol
    -Oliver Twist
    -Nicholas Nickleby
    -Barnaby Rudge
    -Casa desolada
    -Tiempos difíciles
    -La pequeña Dorrit
    B)Thomas Hardy wrote:
    -Tess of the d’Urbervilles
    -Lejos del mundanal ruido
    -El regreso del nativo
    -La bien amada
    -El alcalde de Casterbridge
    -The trumpet-major
    C)J.K.Rowling wrote:
    -Harry Potter y la piedra filosofal
    -Harry Potter y la cámara secreta
    -Harry Potter y el cáliz de fuego
    -Harry Potter y la orden del fénix
    -arry Potter y el misterio del príncipe
    -Harry Potter y las reliquias de la Muerte

    4-The knight fight when it’s night.
    Tonight the queen to knight Conan Doyle.
    5-Knife/knee/knot/underpants/knuckels/knit/push.
    6-He’s James Bond. He from by British. Ian Fleming wrote books that narrate the stories of James Bond, the agent 007.
    7-Is the flag of Scotland.A scotsman found in his house a novel about Sherlock Holmes that was thought lost over a hundred years.
    8-Thistle is the emblem of Scotland. The shamrock in Ireland, the rose in Ingland and the leek and the daffodil in Wales.
    9-In the university Arthur Conan Doyle study medicin.
    10-His teacher inspirated him to wrote the stories about Sherlock Holmes.
    11-Sir Arthur Conan Doyle created 4 novels about Sherlock Holmes.
    12-The Valley of Fear and Study in Scarlet .
    13-The Batman’s sidekick is Robin.
    14-The name of the Lone Ranger’s sidekick is Toro in español, his name in english in tonto.
    15-The Sherlock Holmes sidekick is Mr.Watson.
    16-the deerstalker is the letter a. A-deerstalkeer/B-raincoat/C-smoking pipe/D-magnifying glass.
    17-Fingerprint,footprint,tire tread and blood stains.
    18-Footprint, sandpaper and sandcastle.
    19-Sherlock Holmes not used ballistics in his firts cases.
    20-Sir Robert Peel is famous because he formed the metorpolitan polician of London.
    21- The british policeman called bobbies. The tommies are the british soldiers. Blue shirts is a item of clothing. Bouncers are a animal.
    22-Subterrean.
    23-Baker street.
    24-Bag, key ring, teapot and cup. The most important souvenir is key ring.
    25-The Houses of Parlaiment and the Big Ben is not the same, the Houses of Parlaiment is where the two houses of parlament and the Big Ben is a big clock.
    26-In the harrods. This place is famous because is the shopping centre most famous in London.
    27-The most popular tourist atraction is Buckingham palace.
    28-The tower of London is a castle who lived the queen. In the past the Tower of London was a prision.
    29- The British crown kept in the Tower of London.
    30- The British crown value 42.000.000
    31-The Tower of London is famous for the crows. The traditional ceremony is the parade of the guards in the Tower of London.The leyend of the Tower of London tells that the crows protect the crown.
    32- “billete” said bill and “moneda” said coin.
    33-The coffe value 3’50 pounds, the sandwich value 6 pounds, the cinema ticket value 11 pounds and a taxi ride value 33 pounds.

  6. 1 – London
    2- d
    3- d
    4- the knight is very brave
    it is night!
    this armor is to knight
    this night is dark.
    5- knife
    knee
    diaper
    knot
    knock
    hoot
    combat out
    6- Sean Connery . he is scotland
    7- flag of scotland
    8- the thlistle is the national flower of scotland.
    9- c
    10- a
    11- c
    12- estudio en escarlata – el signo de los cuatro
    13- robin
    14- tonto – toro
    15- Dr. Watson
    16- hat —————a <—-
    huntress————-b
    pipe——————-c
    magnifying glass—d
    17 – finger
    foot
    car
    blood
    18 –
    home + made = homemade
    honey + moon = honeymoon
    touch + down = touchdown
    19 – a
    20 – first textile manufacturer of industrial revolution
    21- c
    22- achway tabern
    23 – b
    24 – bag——–a
    hey chain —–b
    track ———–c
    cup ————-d 2
    b-> 4,5
    c-> 12
    d-> 9

  7. SHERLOCK HOLMES CONFERENCE: ACTIVITIES

    TASK 1 – Where is this flag from? How is it called? How is it made up? Which British country is not in? Why?
    1.1. This flag is from Britain and the United Kingdom.
    1.2. The flag is called the Union Jack.
    1.3. The flag Britain and the United Kingdom is a combination of crosses of the patron saints of England, Scotland and Northern Ireland, three of the four regions, that with Welsh form the flag of Britain and the United Kingdom.
    1.4. The British country that is not part of the country is Southern Ireland.
    1.5. Because it gained independence from the United Kingdom; power having liberties as a country and to exercise their sovereignty.

    TASK 2 – Answer the questions. Too easy!
    Who was Sherlock Holmes?
    Option D. Sherlock Holmes was a detective.

    TASK 3- Answer the question. What did the other authors write? (Write six [6] titles).
    3.1. Who created Sherlock Holmes?
    Option D. Arthur Conan Doyle. The creator of Sherlock Holmes is Arthur Conan Doyle.
    3.2. Charles Dickens: A Christmas Carol and Oliver Twist.
    Thomas Hardy: The Return of the Native and Far from the Madding Crowd.
    J.K. Rowling: Harry Potter and The Casual Vacancy.

    TASK 4 – Write a sentence with each word. ESO sentences, please!
    Knight – It is an honour to know the best knight that exists in the world.
    Night – Today I’m going to the cinema to watch a movie adventure at night.
    To knight – The king knighted him for his courage when he protected his queen.
    Tonight – Tonight I went to the concert of your favourite singer and they came home late.

    TASK 5 – Write the right word for each image. How do you pronounce these words?
    5.1. 1. Knife (náif) 2. Knee (níi) 3. Knickers (níkers) 4. Knot (not)
    5. Knuckle (nákl) / Knock (nok) 6. Knit (nit) 7. Kneel (níil)
    5.2. These words are written with “k” silent and not pronounce the letter “k” to pronounce.

    TASK 6 – Who is it? Where is the actor from? Who wrote these books?
    6.1.This character is Sherlock Holmes.
    6.2.The author is in Baker Street, London.
    6.3.These books are created by Arthur Conan Doyle.

    TASK 7 – Where is that flag from? What does it have to do with Sherlock Holmes?
    7.1. This flag is from Scotland.
    7.2. Scotland has to do with Sherlock Holmes because its writer was there and because one lost story of Sherlock Holmes was found in this area.

    TASK 8 – What is this emblem? Write other three British countries emblems.
    8.1. This is a thistle emblem representing Scotland.
    8.2. Other British emblems are the heraldic rose in England, the shamrock in Ireland and the daffodil/narcissus in Wales.

    TASK 9 – Answer the question. Too easy!
    What did Conan Doyle study at university?
    Option C. Conan Doyle studied medicine at university.

    TASK 10 – Answer the question.
    The character of Sherlock Holmes is based on Arthur Conan Doyle’s…
    Option C. Partner. The character of Sherlock Holmes is based on Arthur Conan Doyle’s partner.

    TASK 11 – Write the right answer. Explain your choice.
    11.1. How many Sherlock Holmes novels did Sir Arthur Conan Doyle write?
    Option C. 4 Sir Arthur Conan Doyle write four novels of Sherlock Holmes.
    11.2. I make this choice because Arthur Conan Doyle wrote fifty-six stories which means he could not do lots of novels.

    TASK 12 – Write two (2) Sherlock Holmes NOVELS.
    One of novels of Sherlock Holmes is A Study in Scarlet and other of her novels is The Sign of the Four.

    TASK 13 – Who is Batman’s sidekick?
    The sidekick of Batman is Robin but there are five different: the first is Dick Grayson, the second is Jason Todd, the third is Tim Drake, the fourth is Stephanie Brown and the fifth is Damian Wayne.

    TASK 14 – Who is Lone Ranger’s sidekick? Write the name both in English and Spanish.
    14.1. The sidekick of Lone Ranger is Jhonny Depp.
    14.2. Jhonny Depp in Spanish is “El toro”.

    TASK 15 – Who is Sherlock’s sidekick?
    The sidekick of Sherlock Holmes is Dr. John Watson.

    TASK 16 – Write the right words and answer the question.
    16.1. 1. Cap 2. Raincoat / Overcoat 3. Pipe 4. Magnifying glass
    16.2. Which is a deerstalker?
    Option A. Cap. The deerstalker is a cap.

    TASK 17 – Write the right word for each type of clue.
    1. Fingerprint 2. Footprint 3. Tire tracks 4. Blood / Bloodstains

    TASK 18 – “Fingerprint” is a compound word. Write three (3) other compounds.
    1. Toxicology – Toxic + Ology – Toxicología
    2. Deerstalker – Deer + Stalker – Gorro de cazador
    3. Underground – Under + Ground – Metro, subterráneo

    TASK 19 – Answer the question. Gimme some reasons.
    19.1. Which clue could not be used by Sherlock Holmes in his first cases?
    Option B. Ballistics. The idea that it could be used by Sherlock Holmes in his first cases is
    the ballistics.
    19.2. Because in Sherlock Holmes had never solved any ballistic case until 1920.

    TASK 20 – Why was this man famous for?
    Sir Robert Peel was famous for being twice prime minister of England and he was a journalist and statistician.

    TASK 21 – Answer the question and explain the meaning of the other three words.
    21.1. What are British policeman sometimes ca…
    Option B. Bobbies. The British policeman are the Bobbies.
    21.2. Tommies are the British soldiers.
    Blue Shirts are the National Guards.
    Bouncer (also known as a doorman) is a type of security guards.

    TASK 22 – What is another name for London’s underground?
    Another name for London’s underground is subway.

    TASK 23 – Answer the question.
    Where in London did Sherlock Holmes?
    Option B. Baker Street. Sherlock Holmes is in Baker Street.

    TASK 24 – Write the right words. Which souvenir is the most popular?
    24.1. 1. Bag / Purse 2. Key ring 3. Kettle / Teapot 4. Cup
    24.2. Option 2. Key ring. The most popular souvenir is the Key ring.

    TASK 25 – Write a few lines (4) about the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben. Are they the same thing?
    25.1. The Houses of Parliament is a Victorian Gothic building that houses the two Houses that make up the British Parliament.
    The famous Big Ben clock of the Houses of Parliament has become one of the most famous images of London, and one of the main symbols of the city.
    25.2. Yes, they are. The Big Ben is the clock of the Houses of Parliament.

    TASK 26 – Where is Luke? What is this place famous for?
    26.1. Luke is in London’s Harrods.
    26.2. London’s Harrods is the commercial center more famous of London.

    TASK 27- Answer the question.
    What is the most popular tourist attraction?
    Option D. Tower of London. The most popular tourist attraction is the Tower of London.

    TASK 28- What is the Tower of London? What was it in the past?
    28.1. The Tower of London is a huge fortification has worked throughout its history as a royal residence, armory, fortress and prison.
    28.2. In the past, for over 900 years the Tower of London was synonymous with terror because it was the place where they were locked up all those who offended the monarch.

    TASK 29 – Where is the British crown kept?
    The British crown is Kept in the Tower of London.

    TASK 30 – Answer the question and write out the numbers using words.
    30.1. What is its value?
    Option C. 4,200,000 €. The value of British crown is 4,200,000 €.
    30.2. 1. Forty-two thousand Euros – 42,000 €
    2. Four hundred twenty thousand Euros – 420,000 €
    3. Four million two hundred thousand Euros – 4,200,000 €
    4. Forty-two million Euros – 42,000,000 €

    TASK 31- Answer the question. Write a few lines about the Tower of London traditional ceremony and legend.
    31.1. The Tower of London is famous for which animal?
    Option D. Bird. The Tower of London is famous for the bird.
    31.2. The traditional ceremony of the Tower of London is the Ceremony of the Keys. It consists of the closure of the Tower of London. It’s all a show that is held without fail at 21:53, with English punctuality, 700 years ago.
    The legend:
    After the death of Edward IV, his throne was offered to his eldest son, aged 12. The Duke of Gloucester, the regent, said the two children of the deceased were illegitimate and were imprisoned in the Tower of London. They were not seen again. Legend has it that were executed in the Bloody Tower.

    TASK 32 – Answer the question. How do you say “billetes” and “moedas” in English?
    32.1. How much money is there?
    There are 15 pounds and 82 pence.
    32.2. Billetes – Bills / Notes and Monedas – Coins / Money.

    TASK 33 – How much are these things in London? Make a guess!
    Cup of Cappuccino or Coffee: 3 €
    Sandwich: 4 €
    Cinema Tickets: 21€
    Taxi: 35 € – 47 €

  8. 1.The Union Jack, or Union Flag, is the national flag of the United Kingdom.
    It is made up up of the individual Flags of three of the Kingdom’s countries all united the countries of ‘England, of ‘Scotland’ and of ‘Northern Ireland’ As Wales was not a Kingdom but a Principality it could not be included on the flag.
    2. Sherlock Holmes was a detective.
    3.he was created by arthrur conan doyle
    Charles Dickens: Great expectations and Oliver Twist
    Tomas Hardy: Jude the Obscure and The Mayor of Casterbridge
    J.K. Rowling: Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone and Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
    Arthur Conan Doyle:A Study in Scarlet and The Sing of Four
    4. Night: I slept well last night.
    Knight and to knight:In the picture, the queen is knighting the knight.
    Tonight: Tonight I’m going to go to the cinema.
    5.knife knee knickers knot knock knitting
    6.He is James Bond.
    The actor is from Scotland.
    The books are written by Ian Fleming.
    7. This flag is from Scotland.
    8. It is the thistle from Scotland.
    Northern Ireland – St. Patrick and the Shamrock
    Wales – St. David and the Daffodil
    England – St. George and the Rose
    9. He estudied medicine.
    10. The character of Sherlock Holmes is based on Arthur Conan Doyle’s teacher.
    11. Arthur Conan Doyle wrote four Sherlock Holmes novels.
    12. The Case-Book of Sherlock Holmes
    The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
    13. Batman’s sidekick is Robin
    14.Lone Ranger’s is Tonto (in English) or Toro (in Spanish).
    15. Sherlock’s sidekick is Watson.
    16. The A is a deerstalker.
    17. Finger print, foot print and blood.
    18. Spiderweb, basketball, redhead
    19. Fingerprints couldn’t be use by Sherlock Holmes in his first cases.
    20. Sir Robert Peel is famous becouse he was a British Conservative statesman, who twice served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
    21.The British policeman sometimes are called bobbies.
    22. Another name of London’s underground is The Tube.
    23. In Baker Street.
    24. Bag, key ring, teapot and mug.
    The most popular is the mug.
    25. The business of Parliament takes place in two places, the House of Commons and the House of Lords. Parliament exists to challenge the work of government, approve new laws and debate government policy and current issues.
    Big Ben is the great bell inside the clock tower at the Houses of Parliament in Westminster, London. The name is also used to refer to the tower itself.
    The clock tower is located at the north end of the Palace of Westminster in Central London and was built in 1859.
    So, they aren’t the same thing.
    26. He is in Harrods, the most important upmarket department store of London.
    27. The most popular tourist attraction is Tower of London.
    28. The Tower of London is one of the world’s most famous fortresses and has seen service as royal palace, prison, armoury and even a zoo.
    29. The Crown Jewels have been kept at the Tower of London.
    30. D
    31. The Tower of London is famous for crows.
    32. Bill and coin.
    33. Coffee: £1,50
    Sandwich: £2,50
    Cinema ticket: £13,00

  9. 1. The flag is from London. It is called the Union Jack. It is made with first the scotish flag and the english flag, after with the Great Britain flag and Ireland flag.The country that isn´t in the flag is Wales, because Wales in the moment when the flag was designed the country was part of the Kingdom of England.
    2. Sherlock Holmes was a detective.
    3. Arthur Conan Doyle was who created Sherlock Holmes. The others authors wrote Oliver Twist, A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, Thomas Hardy wrote the novel The Return of the Native and in the poetry Satires of Circumstance, for finally J.K. Rowling is the famous author of the Harry Potter saga.
    4.
    The knight has wanted die in the war, fighting for his liberty.
    In the dark night you can hear different sounds of nature.
    The queen knight to the prince for his bravery.
    Harry is going to go tonight to the city to visit his family.
    5.
    Knife-knee- – knot- Knock-knit-
    You pronounce these words without the k.
    6. He is the actor Sean Connery making the character agent 007. He is from Fountainbridge in Uk. These books was written by Ian Fleming.
    7. That flag is from Scotland. Scotland have todo with Sherlock Homes because it is a place where is situated a novel by the detective.
    8. It is the thistle the emblem of Scotland, in England is the Tudor Rose, in Ireland is the Shamrokc and in Walas is the Daffodil or the leek.
    9. Conan Doyle study medicine.
    10. The character of Sherlock is based in Conan’s teacher.
    11. He write four novels and 56 short stories about Sherlock.
    12. A Study in Scarlet and the Valley of Fear.
    13. Robin is Batman’s sidekick.
    14. Lone Ranger’s sidekick is Tonto in English and Toro in Spanish.
    15. sHerlock’s sidekick is Watson.
    16. A deerstalker is the A.
    17. fingerprint – footprint – – blood stains
    18. footprint, sunflower, windshield.
    19. Fingerprints because in his time there wasn´t enough tecnology to use to see the fingerprints.
    20. Because he was Prime Minister of UK , he created the british police.
    21. Because Robert Peel was called Bob and the police step to be the bobbies commonly. Tommies is a British private soldier, Bouncers are person who provides security at a public avenue and Blue Shirts are several fascist organization found in 1920s and 1930s.
    22.
    23.
    24. bag- keychain- teapot- cup. The most popular souvenir is the cup.
    25.The Houses of Parliament was established in 1265. It was sat in the Palace of Westminster. There are two main chambers, the House of Commons and the House of Lords.
    The Big Ben is the nickname for the Great Bell of the clock and to the clock and the clock tower. Now the Big Ben is known as the Elizabeth Tower, renamed in 2012 to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of Elizabeth II.
    No, they aren´t the same thing.
    26. Luck is in Harrods. Harrods Galleries is a department store which is situeted in Brompton Road. Until 1998 Harrods was the only department store in London.
    27. The most popular tourist atractive is Tower of London.
    28.Tower of London is Her Majesty’s Royal Palace and Fortress, is a historic castle. In the past was a prison.
    29. It is the Tower of London.
    30. forty two thousand euros- four hundred twenty thousand euros-four million two hundred thousand euros-forty-two million euros. The British crown cost
    31. The Tower of London is famous for the crow.
    32. billetes y monedas- banknotes and coins. Fifteen pounds sixty pence and two pennies.
    33. A coffee 2,50/2,80 pounds about three euros, a sandwich five pounds to seven pounds about sixty or ten euros, depends of the type of sandwich, one ticket to cinema cost twelve pounds about sixteen euros and go on taxi cost, it depends on the distance it can cost sixty pounds or hundred pounds, about eigthy or one hundred thirty euros.

  10. 1.-
    Is a Unión Jack. It’s made up by flag England, Scottish, and Ireland.
    2-
    D
    3-
    a) A Christmas Carol.
    b)He write novels for example, Jude.
    c) He write novels for example, Harry Potter.
    d) He was a doctor, he write a Sherlock Holmes too.

    4-
    a) In the Middgle Ages There were knights.
    b) Saturday night we party.
    c) This store is only of knight
    d) Tonight i’m going out to dinner

    5-
    a)Knife- nair
    b) knee- neni
    C) knocking- noquing
    D)know-not
    E)
    F) knickers-nikers
    G)

    6-
    He is Jammes Bond (or agent 007), These books were write by Ian Fleming.

    7-
    It is the flag Scottish. Sherlock Holmes written bornthere.

    8-
    This te, floral symbol of Scotland.

    9-
    C

    10-
    C

    11-
    4 novels and 56 stories

    12-
    -A Stuttgart on Scarlet.
    -The valley of Fleur

    13- Your sidekick is Robin.
    14- Your sidekick is Tonto. Tonto and Lone Ranger.
    15- Dr. Watson
    16- a
    17-
    a) fingerprint
    b)footprint
    c)ballistics
    d)blood stains
    18) footprint, bookcase, bookshelf
    19-
    Toxicology
    20- he was a British Conservative statesman, whotwice server as Primer Minister of the United Kingdom
    22- a train
    23- d
    24- keychain
    25- no
    26- no is famous
    27- tower of London
    28- is the Palace Real
    29- 4200000€
    30- for million two hundred thousand
    31- d
    32- 16,81€
    33-
    a) £2,50
    b)£12,24
    c)£5
    d)£20

  11. Task 1
    The four words to mean ghost are : spirit, spectre, phantom and bogey.
    Task 2
    Terrified: She’s terrified spiders.
    Horrified: The man behind you is horrified
    Frightened: He’s frightened with the film
    Startled : I was startled with my friend
    Amused: The games are very amused
    Fearless: My best friend is a fearless person
    Worried: I’m worried because I can’t study
    Task 3
    The three things that scare me are : snakes, wolves and darkness.
    Task 4
    A: lightning: I’m seeing a lot of lightning.
    B: Web spider : The spider is in her web spider .
    C: tombstone : The tombstone is in the cemetery.
    D : Coffin: the dead is into the coffin .
    Task 5
    Witch : I have got a witch in my house
    Which: Which is your favourite subject ?
    Task 6
    Die : The fish dies in the sea .
    Dye : I dye my hair of blue colour.
    Task 7
    Mussel: I eat mussels every day.
    Muscle: My brother has got muscles in his arms.
    Task 8
    The mousse homophone is mouse.
    Task 9
    Flour and flower. Because the pronunciation of the two words is the some .

  12. TASK 1- Bogy,phantasm,phantom,spook.

    TASK 2- The children has got terrified with the scare.
    When I´ve got whatch TV there is one film amused.
    My friend be worried,because his brother be operate.
    Jonh is very fearless, because he go to the hospital.
    The teacher be horrified when look this grade.
    She has got frightened when they looking.
    He has got startled when recive her surprise.

    TASK 3- Ghost,devil,skeleton.

    TASK 4- Yesterday there are many lightnings.
    The house enchanted have got spiders webs.
    I´m watch a grave in the cemetery.

    In the cemetery there are coffins.
    TASK 5- The witch fly with his broom.
    Which is your favourite colour?

    TASK 6- I´m watch a die in the highway.
    My mum has got a dye in his hair.

    TASK 7- My dad has got many muscle.
    I´d like the mussels.
    TASK 8 – Mousse is a homophone word,because exist a word that his pronuntiation is similar.
    TASK 9- Flour,flower.There are homophones,because they write different but they write similar.

  13. Ghost and Legends:
    Task 1:phantasm , spirit , spook , soul.

    Task 2: 1. I saw a phantasm in my grandmother´s house.
    2. The spirit of twelve o´clock appeared in the forest.
    3. The other day I saw a movei about spooks on the TV.
    4. In the cementery there is a lots of souls.

    Task 3: Scares me suspended , the darkness , being alone .

    Task 4: 1. Albert suspended the exam.
    2. That storm´s day all the people stayed dark.
    3. If Paul behaves well one day be left alone.

    Task 5: 1. Which think are you doing.
    2. My friend´s aunt is a witch.

    Task 6: 1. Some people prefer to die rather than live badly.
    2. My cousin is a dyed her hair purple.

    Task 7: 1. At Chirstmas many people est mussels.
    2. In our body there are many muscles.

    Task 8: Is not homophone.

    Task 9: 1. Flour.
    2. Flower.
    Are homophones because writed different but are pronunced same.

    Task 10: Is Scrooge.
    Is the book of “Chirstmas Carrol´´.

    Task 11: B: three. Because the ghosts of Chirstmas past , present and future visit him.

    Task 12: A: Garlik. B: Coffin. C: Vampire. D: Stake.

    Task 13: It´s Dracula.

    Task 14: There are four ways : with the fire , whit a stake , whit silver and beheading.

    Task 15: – Was a Romanian prince.
    – His real name is Vlad Tepes “The impaler´´.
    – He lived in the fifteenth century.
    – Its creator was Bran Scooter.

    Task 16: – My father was horrified with the movie.
    – The series can be horrifying.
    – I woke wiht a startled.
    – We heard a startling noise at home.

    Task17: B: Vlad.

  14. 1. spectr, apparition, spirit, spook.
    2. the children were terrified abaut the ghost.
    the children were horrified abaut Scrooge.
    the children were so frightened they ran very fast.
    the parents were startled with notes.
    the children is very amused.
    the super hero is fearless.
    parents are very worried about her son.
    3. the ghosts, the wolfsand the poisonous snakes.
    4.the children were frightened by thunder.
    the children were surprised with the tombstone.
    the girls screamed with spiderweb.
    were brave to see the coffin.
    5.Witch flying through the sky
    which is the name.
    6.the person died abaut Is was very old.
    the girl dye the hair .
    7.the mussels was very large.
    the boy had very good muscles.
    8.mouse.
    9.flour,flower,that sound the same.
    10.is Scrooge. the chrismast carol.
    11. c. four, the past, the present, the future, and the friend.
    12.A.garlic, B.coffin,C.layer, d.stake.
    13.lives Dracula.
    14.Heart hammering a stake ,beheading.
    15. He is famous for his mustache, has very long fangs, bloodsucker, is immortal (old)
    16.mummies are horrifing, esplosions are statlin.
    17.is Vlad.

  15. TASK 1 –
    This flag is the Union Jack flag, known like the flag of England. The scotland flag, the flag of northern ireland, england flag and the flag of Wales (dragon) form the British flag. Flag of Wales does not appear. Wales is not represented in the Union Flag because, when it appeared the first official version of its flag, Wales was already united with England, although elements of the flag of Wales, a red dragon on a white background and green , dating from the fifteenth century. The dragon is a symbol that was probably introduced into Britain by the Roman legions.

    TASK 2 –
    D. Detective.

    TASK 3-
    A. Charles Dickens: Oliver Twist, A Christmas Carol, Nicholas Nickleby, David Copperfield, A Tale of Two Cities and Great Expectations.
    B. Thomas Hardy: Tess of the d’Urbervilles and Jude the Obscure.
    C. J.k. Rowling: Is the creator of the Harry Potter fantasy series, one of the most popular book and film franchises in history.
    D. Arthur Conan Doyle: Sherlock Holmes books. A Study in Scarlet and published in Beeton’s Christmas Annual.

    TASK 4 –
    – Tonight to kinght a foreigner.
    – This knight gallops in his horse at night near his castle.

    TASK 5 –
    knife [nīf]
    knock [näk]
    knee [nē]
    knot [nät]
    knickers [nikerz]
    knocked [näk]
    knit [nit]

    TASK 6-
    He’s James Bond actor. Sean Connery, the actor, is a British actor and producer from Scotland. Ian Fleming wrote these books.

    TASK 7-
    The flag is in Scotland. It has to do with Sherlock Holmes because he was born there.

    TASK 8-
    It is the emblem of Scotland, the thistle.
    -Emblems: heraldic roses (England), clover (Ireland) and the white unicorn (Scotland).

    TASK 9-
    c- medicine

    TASK 10-
    c- partner

    TASK 11-
    c- 4

    TASK 12-
    Estudio en escarlata (1887)
    El signo de los cuatro (1890)

    TASK 13-
    Robinson

    TASK 14-
    Toro (in English) and Tonto (in Spanish).

    TASK 15-
    Dr. Watson

    TASK 16-
    A

    TASK 17-
    -Fingerprint.
    -Footprint.
    -Tire tracks.
    -Bloodstains.

    TASK 18-
    -Bookmark.
    -Windshield.
    -Pacemaker.

    TASK 19-
    -Fingerprint.

    TASK 20-
    Because the police of London was created by Sir Robert Peel.

    TASK 21-
    b- Bobbies.

    TASK 22-
    Metro.

    TASK 23-
    b- Baker Street.

    TASK 24-
    Cup.

    TASK 25-
    The Palace of Westminster is the meeting place of the House of Commons and the House of Lords, the two houses of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. Commonly known as the Houses of Parliament after its occupants, the Palace lies on the Middlesex bank of the River Thames in the City of Westminster, in central London. The name Big Ben is often used to describe the tower, the clock and the bell but the name was first given to the Great Bell.

    TASK 26-
    Because it looks like Peter Griffin.

    TASK 27-
    Buckingham Palace.

    TASK 28-
    Her Majesty’s Royal Palace and Fortress, known as the Tower of London, is a historic castle located on the north bank of the River Thames in central London.
    It was besieged several times and controlling it has been important to controlling the country. The Tower has served variously as an armoury, a treasury, a menagerie, the home of the Royal Mint, a public records office, and the home of the Crown Jewels of the United Kingdom.

    TASK 29-
    The Crown Jewels have been kept at the Tower of London since 1303 after they were stolen from Westminster Abbey.

    TASK 30-
    D- 42,000,000 Euros

    TASK 31-
    D- crow.
    The legend was born with King Charles II (1630-1685), who first insisted on protecting the ravens of the Tower of London.
    Your personal astronomer John Flamsteed, was totally disagree with his king and he even went on to say, that should be out or eliminate all the Ravens, since they spent all day flying with his telescope and so will greatly hindered the view from his observatory in the White Tower to the sky.
    But Carlos stopped her, saying it would bring bad luck to kill or deter crows, and if that happened, the Tower of London would sink as their kingdom.

    Where in other parts of the world the appearance of a crow meant a bad omen in the Tower of London and its disappearance was that it would.
    Thus, Charles II ruled that always had to be at least six ravens at the Tower of London, otherwise, the UK would crumble.

    TASK 32-
    15+0.01+0.50+0.20+1= 16.71 pounds
    coins
    bills

    TASK 33-
    – £2,50.
    – £5.
    – £7.50.
    – £6.30

  16. 1)
    wraith, phantom, phantasm, spectre.

    2)
    ~The childrens are terrified because they travel in plane.
    ~She was horrified with the film of cinema.
    ~We was frightened the strange noise.
    ~He startled because her friend gave a scare.
    ~The clown amused the childrens.
    ~You reading the book “John fearless” at your mum
    ~She worried because tomorrow she has got an examination

    3)
    The spiders, snakes and go alone at night

    (*)

  17. 1. Is the UK flag.
    It called Union Flag or Union Jack.
    It consists of the red cross of Saint George (patron saint of England), edged in white, superimposed on the Cross of St Patrick (patron saint of Ireland), which are superimposed on the Saltire of Saint Andrew (patron of Scotland).
    Wales is not representated in the Union Flag.
    Because as at the time the flag was designed Wales was part of the Kingdom of England.

    2. Sherlock Holmes was a detective.

    3. Charles Dickens: A Christmas Carol, Oliver Twist.
    Thomas Hardy: The Poor Man and the Lady, The Woodlanders.
    J.K Rowling: Harry Potter.

    4. Knight: The knight won the fight.
    Night: At night the stars shine in the sky.
    To knight: The Princess to knight a man.
    Tonight: Tonight we are going to the cinema.

    5. Knife, knee, diaper, knot, knock.

    6. It’s James Bond.
    Portugal.
    Ian Fleming wrote the books.

    7. It’s the Scotlan flag.
    The man who wrote Sherlock Holmes born in Scotland.

    8. Cardo flower.
    England-rose.
    Wales-daffodil.
    Sant Patrick-shamrock.

    9. Conan Doyle studied medicine.

    10. The character of Sherlock Holmes is based on Arthur Conan Doyle’s teacher.

    11. He wrote 4 novels of Sherlock Holmes.

    12. The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.
    The Return of Sherlock Holmes.

    13. Batman’s sidekick is Robin.

    14. Lone Ranger’s sidekick is Tonto (Toro in Spain).

    15. Sherlock’s sidekick is Watson.

    16. The letter A is deerstalker.
    Deerstalker, coat, pipe, magnifying glass.

    17. Fingerprint, footprint, blood.

    18. Footprint, schollbak, homework.

    19. Ballistics.

    20. Sir Robert Peel was a British Conservative stateman, who twice served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.

    21. In the UK we can say policeman or bobbies.
    Blue shirts: camisas azuis.
    Bouncers: gorilas.

    22. The another name for London’s underground is “The Tube”.

    23. Baker Street.

    24. Bag, key chain, mug.

    25. Houses of Parlianent: is the meeting place of the House of Commons and the House of Lords, the two houses of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. Commonly know as the Houses of Parliament after its occupants, the Palace lies on the Middlesex bank of the river Thames in the city of Westminster, in central London.
    Big Ben: is the nickname for the Great Bell of the clock at the north end of the Palace of Westminster in London, and often extended to refer to the clock and the clock tower.

    26. Luke is in Harrods.
    Because is a big shopping centre.

    27. The most popular tourist attraction is the Tower of London.

    28. The Tower of London is a historic castle where lives the Queen.
    The Tower of London was used as a prision.

    30. 42.000.000€
    42.000€: forty-two thousand.
    420.000€: four hundred and twenty thousand.
    4.200.000€: four million two hundred thousand.
    42.000.000€: forty-two million.

    31. The Tower of London is famous for the raven.
    The presence of the ravens is traditionally believed to protect the Crown and the Tower; a superstition holds that “If the Tower of London ravens are lost or fly away, the Crown will fall and Britain with it”.

    32. 16,50 pounds.
    Billetes:banknote
    Monedas:can.

    33. Coffe: 2 pounds.
    Sandwich: 4 pounds.
    Cinema: 12 pounds.
    Taxi: 57 pounds.

  18. 1 This flag is fron United Kingdom. It´s call Union Jack
    2 Detective

    3 Arthur Conan Doyle created Sherlock Holmes
    The other autors created:

    Thomas Hardy: Forftom the Madding crowd, The Mayor of casterbrige, Tess of the unbervilles,
    Jude the obscure.
    Charles Dickens: Oliver Twist, A Christmas Carol, Little Dorrit, A tale of two cities, David Copperfield
    JK Rowling: Harry Potter, The casual vacancy, The cuckoo´s calling, The seikworm.
    4
    The knights of the Round Table were very braves and clevers
    The king Arthur knigth to the knigth
    We will see a film tonight
    I sleep in the night

    5
    knife (naif)
    knee(nei)
    knot(not)
    briefs(bris)
    push(posh

    6
    He is James Bond. The actor is fron USA. Ian Fleming wrote these books

    7 This flag is from Scotland. Arthur Conan Doyle was from Scotland

    8
    Scotland: Thistle
    Gales: dragon
    England: rose
    Irland: trebol

    9
    Medicine

    10
    parent

    11 56
    12 The Sing of Four, His last Bow
    13 Batman,s sidekick is Robin
    14 Long Ranger´s sidekick is Tonto
    English: Tonto
    Spanish: Toro

    15
    Sherlock sidekick is Watson
    16
    Lupa:magnifying glass
    Pipa: pipe
    deerstalker: gorra de cazador

    17
    Sangre: Blood
    huellas dactilares: fingerprints
    Huellas foodprints

    18
    sailboat
    saltwater
    sandpaper

    19
    Fingerprints
    20
    was a British Conservative statesman, who twice served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
    21
    bobies

    22
    The Tube
    23 baker street
    24
    llavero: key ring
    bolsa bag
    taza : mug
    tetera: teapot
    The most famous is the mug
    25
    26
    Harrods is an upmarket department store located on the Brompton Road in Knightsbridge, in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, London
    27
    tower of london
    28
    is a historic castle located on the north bank of the River Thames in central London. In the past it was a prision
    29
    in the tower of london
    30
    42000000
    31
    . ravens Legend has it that the British Crown and the Tower of London would fall if the six ravens that live there disappear
    32
    15 libras and 81 pounds
    33
    cinema ticket 20 pounds
    taxi 50 pounds
    coffe 3 pounds
    sandwich 7 punds

  19. Task 1- It is from England. It is called Union Jack. It’s made up of three different national symbols.
    Task 2- D. detective.
    Task 3- A. Arthur Conan Doyle.
    thomas Hardy: La bien armada, tess, la de los d’Urbarville, El regreso del nativo
    J. K. Rowling: Harry potter, una vacante imprevista, El gusano de seda.
    Charles dickens: Dombey e hijo, Una casa en alquiler, La tienda de antigüedades.
    Task 4- The knight is in plate armor, with his head resting on a elmet.In the late afternoon we’ll drive back to Cusco for a night in the old Inca capital. Tonight, why not enjoy a Parisian cabaret or dine in a cozy left bank bistro?
    Task 5- Knife, knee briefs, hit the door, knot.
    Task 6- It’s James Bond. He is from England. Ian Fleming wrote the books.
    Task 7- It’s from Scotland.
    Task 9- C. Medicine.
    Task 10- C. Partner.
    Task 11- C. 4
    Task 12- Study in scarlet, The sign of the four.
    Task 13- It’s Robin
    Task 14- Tonto or Toro.
    Task 15- Dr. Watson.
    Task 16- A. Deerstalker, B. Raincoat, C. Pipe, D. Magnifying glass.
    Task 18- Lifetime, Anybody, Skateboard.
    Task 19- D. toxicology
    Task 20- He served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
    Task 22- The tube.
    Task 23- At the baker street.
    Task 24- Bag, T-shirt, Key chain, Cup
    Task 25- The big ben is a tower of the Houses of the parliament.
    Task 27- A. Buckingham Palace.
    Task 28- Is a historic castle located on the north bank of the River Thames in central London. Was used as a prison.
    Task 29- In the Tower of london.
    Task 30- B. 420,000€
    Task 31- The Ceremony of the Keys is the traditional locking up of the Tower of London and has taken place on each and every night, without fail, for at least 700 years. The importance of securing this fortress for the night is still very relevant because, although the Monarch no longer resides at this royal palace, the Crown Jewels and many other valuables still do.
    Task 32- Ticket, Currency

  20. 1. The flag is from UK. It is a combination of crosses of the patron saints of England, Scotland and Northern Ireland, three of the four regions, with Wales form the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Wales is not represented in the Union Flag because, when it appeared the first official version of its flag, Wales was already united with England, although elements of the flag of Wales, a red dragon on a white background and green , dating from the fifteenth century. The dragon is a symbol that was probably introduced into Britain by the Roman legions.it is made up when the Queen is in town
    2. Detective
    3. Arthur Conan Doyle
    4.Knight managed to kill the evil dragon
    It was night when I said “I love you”
    Queen celebrate the act to Knight
    Tonight we’ll be young and will enjoy
    5. knife (naif)
    Knee (ni:)
    Knickers (‘nik.ez)
    Knot (not)
    Knock (nok)
    Knitting (niting)
    6.
    7.This flag is from Scotland. It has to do with Sherlock Holmes because its author is a Scottish writer
    8.The emblem of Scotland is the thistle, the rose of England, Ireland and Wales the trebol the dragon
    9. Medicine
    10.
    11. 56
    12. The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes(stories published 1891–1892 in The Strand) The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes(stories published 1892–1893 in The Strand as further episodes of the Adventures)
    13. Robin
    14.An Indian
    Name in English: Tonto
    Name in Spanish: Toro
    15. Watson
    16. a) beret b) raincoat c) pipe d) magnifying glass
    17. a) footprint actilar b) tread c) trace d) blood
    18. housewife, sailboat, saltwater.
    19. Blood stains
    20. was the prime minister of United Kingdom
    21.
    22. Tube
    23. Baker Street
    24. a) bag b) Key c) I can not see well d) cup a cup is the souvenir most popular
    25. The Palace of Westminster (Palace of Westminster), also known as the Houses of Parliament (Houses of Parliament), is a Victorian Gothic building that houses the two Houses that make up the British Parliament.
    The glitzy facade of the building offers a beautiful panorama while the golden spiers and statues of the kings are reflected in the river. The palace is flanked by the Victoria Tower, an imposing tower that gathers copies of all Acts of Parliament since 1497, and also by the charismatic tower of Big Ben.

    Yes, the Big Ben is the same as the House of Parliament because it is part of Parliament
    27. Tower of London

    28. The Tower of London, officially the Royal Palace and Fortress of His Majesty, is a historic castle on the north bank of the River Thames in central London, England. It lies within the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, separated from the northern boundary of the city by an open space known as Tower Hill. The Tower of London has played a prominent role in the history of England. It was besieged several times and have it controlled was important to control the country
    29. In the Tower of London
    30. 42,000,000€ (forty-two thousand / four hundred and twenty thousand / four million two hundred thousand / forty-two million)
    31. GHOSTS OF THE TOWER OF LONDON, SACRED CROWS,
    * the Tower of London is famous fot the crows
    32. £16,80
    33. Cinema ticket.

  21. TASK 1:The flag of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, officially the Union Flag (Union Flag), better known as the Union Jack (Torrotito Union), is a combination of crosses of the patron saints of England, Scotland and Northern Ireland, three of the four regions, with Wales form the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
    TASK 2: He is detective.
    TASK 3: Charles Dickens created The Pickwich Papers and Oliver Twist.
    Thomas Hardy created Tess of the d´Urbervilles and Far know the Madding Crowd
    J.K. Rowlin created Harry Potter and Sunday Times Rich List.
    TASK 4: Tonight I will go to the cinema with Tom.
    Yesterday in the theater play there was a knight.
    TASK 5: Knife, knee, panties, knot, tock, crochet, shove
    TASK 6: He is James Bond. He is from UK.
    The novel was written by Ian Fleming.
    TASK 7: It´s the Scotland flag.
    TASK 8 : he emblem called Thistle.
    TASK 9: Conan Doyle study medicine.
    TASK 10: Conan is his parther.
    TASK 11:He write 56 novels.
    TASK 12:”The Adventure of the Blanched Soldier ,The Valley of Fear
    TASK 13: Robbin is his name.
    TASK 14:TASK 15: Watson is his name.
    TASK 16:deerstalker, raincoat, pipe and magnifying glass
    TASK 17:fingerprint, footprint, stain and blood.
    TASK 18: sailboat, screenwriter, suitcase.
    TASK 19: Sherlock Holms don´t use toxocology.
    TASK 20: Peel was the Prime Minister of the UK.
    TASK 21: Bobbies.
    TASK 22:Also called subway.
    TASK 24: Bag, key ring, teapot and cup. The most famous is cup.
    TASK 25:
    TASK 26:
    TASK 27:The most popular is Tower of London.
    TASK 28:Tower of London, is a historic castle located on the north bank of the River Thames in central London.
    TASK 29:
    TASK 30:Option D- 42000000€
    TASK 31:Legend has it that are the ravens who keep the white tower
    The Ceremony of the Keys is held every evening at the Tower of London for 700 years, in which the head of the Guardia de la Torre, close the door and hands over the keys to the Resident Governor “de la Torre.
    TASK 32:Moedas say coins and billetes say bill
    TASK 33:Coffe cost 5 pounds, sandwich cost 8 pounds, ticket cost 12 pounds and taxi cost 18 pounds.

  22. 1. This flag is from the United Kingdom. The flag is called the Union Jack. The flag the United Kingdom is a combination of crosses of the patron saints of England, Scotland and Northern Ireland, three of the four regions, that with Welsh form the flag of Britain and the United Kingdom. The British country that is not part of the country is Southern Ireland. Because it gained independence from the United Kingdom; power having liberties as a country and to exercise.
    2. Option D. Sherlock Holmes was a detective.
    3.Option D. Arthur Conan Doyle. The creator of Sherlock Holmes is Arthur Conan Doyle. Charles Dickens: A Christmas Carol and Oliver Twist.
    Thomas Hardy: The Return of the Native and Far from the Madding Crowd.
    J.K. Rowling: Harry Potter and The Casual Vacancy.
    4. Knight – It is an honour to know the best knight that exists in the world.
    Night – Today I’m going to the cinema to watch a movie adventure at night.
    To knight – The king knighted him for his courage when he protected his queen.
    Tonight – Tonight I went to the concert of your favourite singer and they came home late.
    5. Knife (náif) 2. Knee (níi) 3. Knickers (níkers) 4. Knot (not) Knuckle (nákl) / Knock (nok) 6. Knit (nit) 7. Kneel (níil)
    6.This character is Sherlock Holmes. The author is in Baker Street, London. These books are created by Arthur Conan Doyle.
    7. This flag is from Scotland. Scotland has to do with Sherlock Holmes because its writer was there and because one lost story of Sherlock Holmes was found in this area.
    8. This is a thistle emblem representing Scotland. Other British emblems are the heraldic rose in England, the shamrock in Ireland and the daffodil/narcissus in Wales.
    9.Option C. Conan Doyle studied medicine at university 10. Option C. Partner. The character of Sherlock Holmes is based on Arthur Conan Doyle’s partner.
    11. Option C. 4 Sir Arthur Conan Doyle write four novels of Sherlock Holmes. I make this choice because Arthur Conan Doyle wrote fifty-six stories which means he could not do lots of novels.
    12.
    Write two Sherlock Holmes novels. First of novels of Sherlock Holmes is A Study in Scarlet and other of her novels is The Sign of the Four.
    13. The sidekick of Batman is Robin but there are five different: the first is Dick Grayson, the second is Jason Todd, the third is Tim Drake, the fourth is Stephanie Brown and the fifth is Damian Wayne.
    14. The sidekick of Lone Ranger is Jhonny Depp. Jhonny Depp in Spanish is “El toro”.
    15. The sidekick of Sherlock Holmes is Dr. John Watson.
    16. Option A. Cap. The deerstalker is a cap.
    17. Write the right word for each type of clue.
    1. Fingerprint 2. Footprint 3. Tire tracks 4. Blood / Bloodstains
    18. Toxicology – Toxic + Ology – Toxicología Deerstalker – Deer + Stalker – Gorro de cazador Underground – Under + Ground – Metro, subterráneo
    19. Option B. Ballistics. The idea that it could be used by Sherlock Holmes in his first cases is
    the ballistics ,because in Sherlock Holmes had never solved any ballistic case until 1920.
    20.Sir Robert Peel was famous for being twice prime minister of England and he was a journalist and statistician.
    21. Option B. Bobbies. The British policeman are the Bobbies.
    22. Another name for London’s underground is subway.
    23. Option B. Baker Street. Sherlock Holmes is in Baker Street.
    24. Option 2. Key ring. The most popular souvenir is the Key ring.
    25. The Houses of Parliament is a Victorian Gothic building that houses the two Houses that make up the British Parliament.
    The famous Big Ben clock of the Houses of Parliament has become one of the most famous images of London, and one of the main symbols of the city. Yes, they are. The Big Ben is the clock of the Houses of Parliament.
    26. Luke is in London’s Harrods. London’s Harrods is the commercial center more famous of London.
    27. Option D. Tower of London. The most popular tourist attraction is the Tower of London.
    28. The Tower of London is a huge fortification has worked throughout its history as a royal residence, armory, fortress and prison. In the past, for over 900 years the Tower of London was synonymous with terror because it was the place where they were locked up all those who offended the monarch.
    29. The British crown is Kept in the Tower of London.
    30. Option C. 4,200,000 €. The value of British crown is 4,200,000 €.
    31.The bird
    32. There are 15 pounds and 82 pence. Billetes – Bills / Notes and Monedas – Coins / Money.
    33. Cup of Cappuccino or Coffee: 3 €
    Sandwich: 4 €
    Cinema Tickets: 21€
    Taxi: 35 € – 47 €

  23. 1-This is a england flag
    the union flag
    It is a combination of crosses of the patron saints of England, Scotland and Northern Ireland, three of the four regions, with Wales form the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Irland
    Wales is not represented in the Union Flag because, when it appeared the first official version of its flag, Wales was already united with England, although elements of the flag of Parliament

    2-he was a detective

    3-arthur conan doyle

    4- this man is a good knight
    i can see then moon in this night
    this cup of whisky is to knight
    i go to the disco tonight

    5- knife
    nec
    brief
    naked
    took the door
    tricot

    6-James Bond (007) is a fictional character created by the English novelist Ian Fleming in 1952, which was published his first novel, Casino Royale, where the author refers to Bond as a secret agent
    sean connery

    7- a scotland flag
    sherlok holmes work to scotland yard

    8-The thistle that grows in Scotland is the oldest flower is known, the legend of how this plant became the national emblem comes from many years ago, during the period in which Scottish

    9- he is a doctor

    10- best friend

    11- 56

    12- a studying scarlet
    strand

    13- the jocker

    14- a sheriff

    15- james moriarty
    16- a big cover

    17-tread footprint bloodstain

    18- fastfood sunglasses bigfoot

    19- toxicology

    20-Peel was Prime Minister of the United Kingdom between 10 December 1834 and April 8, 1835 and August 30, 1841 to June 29, 1846

    21-bobbies

    22- the tube

    23- bakker street

    24- bag, keyring, tea bowl

    25- The name Big Ben is often used to describe the tower, the clock and the bell but the name was first given to the Great Bell.

    The Elizabeth Tower, which stands at the north end of the Houses of Parliament, was completed in 1859 and the Great Clock started on 31 May, with the Great Bell’s strikes heard for the first time on 11 July and the quarter bells first chimed on 7 September.

    26- liverpool, this city is very famous because the beatles born here

    27- the tower of london

    28- In the early 1080s, William the Conqueror began to build a massive stone tower at the centre of his London fortress. As a royal palace, fortress, prison, place of torture and execution, armoury, Royal Mint, royal zoo and jewel house, the Tower of London has witnessed many great events in British history.

    The Tower is perhaps most well known today for housing the greatest working collection of Crown Jewels in the world. The Crown Jewels, associated for centuries with the coronation of English Kings and Queens, can be seen today in the newly represented Jewel House.

    What’s more, with iconic architecture, world-famous Beefeaters, the ravens, spectacular royal armour and plenty of exhibitions and activities, it provides an unmissable day out for everyone.

    The history of the Tower starts with William the Conqueror (1066-1087) and, although it’s not known precisely when building work finished, the first phase was certainly underway in the 1070s.

    As a powerbase in peacetime and refuge in times of crisis, the Tower’s fortifications were updated and expanded by medieval kings. A series of separate building campaigns ensured that by about 1350, the Tower was transformed into the formidable fortress we see today.

    Henry VIII (1509-47) continued the work begun on the royal residential buildings by his father Henry VII (1485-1509) and, during the English Civil War (1642-1649), the Tower was one of Charles I’s (1625-1649) most important assets.

    After the Commonwealth, and with the Restoration of the monarchy in 1660, Charles II (1660-1685) planned ambitious defences for the Tower but they were never built.

    By the 19th century it was not just privileged sightseers (who were paying for a guided tour as early as the 1590s), but ordinary people who enjoyed a day out at the Tower.

    Today the Tower of London is one of the world’s major tourist attractions and a World Heritage Site, attracting over two million visitors a year from all over the world.

    29- 42.000 dolars milions

    30- 42000dolrs milions

    31- because the crows

    32- 15 lb 82 pounds

    33- a cup of tea, sandwich, ticket cinema, taxi

  24. TASK 1-Where is this flag from? How is it called? How is it made up? Which British country is not in? Why?
    -This Flag is in the UK.
    – It’s called Union Flag.
    – It is composed of three colors blue, red and white.
    -The Country is not England because he withdrew from UK.
    TASK 2 – Answer the questions. Too easy!
    -Sherlock Holmes is a detective.
    TASK 3- Answer the question. What did the other authors write? (Write six [6] titles).
    -Sherlock Holmes was created by Arthur Conan Doyle.
    Titles are:
    • A Study in Scarlet.
    • The Valley of Fear.
    • The Return of Sherlock Holmes.
    • The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes.
    • The Sign of Four.
    • The Hound of the Baskervilles.
    TASK 4-Write a sentence with each word. ESO sentences, please!
    -Phrase 1: Yesterday I saw a gentleman at night with his cape, but did not have his sword.
    -Phrase 2: For tonight Dark Knight counting on you to cross.
    TASK 5 – Write the right word for each image. How do you pronounce these words?
    1-knife
    2-knee
    3-diaper
    4-knot
    5-knock on the door
    6- knitting
    7-kick
    TASK 6 – Who is it? Where is the actor from? Who wrote these books?
    – This is James Bond’s nationality is British and his creator Ian Fleming.
    TASK 7 – Where is that flag from? What does it have to do with Sherlock Holmes?
    – This flag is from Scotland, has to do with Sherlock Holmes, because a lost Sherlock Holmes story appears in Scotland.
    TASK 8 – What is this emblem? Write other three British countries emblems.
    -.This emblem is a shield that of Scotland.
    -.Emblema Wales.
    -.Embema Northern ireland.
    -.Emblema England.
    TASK 9 – Answer the question. Too easy!
    – Conan Doyle studied medicine.
    TASK 10 – Answer the question
    – The character of sherlock holmes is based best friend of Arthur Conan Doyle was Watson!
    TASK 11 – Write the right answer. Explain your choice.
    – Arthur conan doyle wrote four novels of Sherlock Holmes, because only four novels.
    TASK 12 – Write two (2) Sherlock Holmes NOVELS.
    – The two novels of Sherlock Holmes:
    1-. A Study in Scarlet.
    2-. The Valley of Fear.
    TASK 13 – Who is Batman’s sidekick?
    – Batman mate is Robin.
    TASK 14 – Who is Lone Ranger’s sidekick? Write the name both in English and Spanish.
    – The assistant Lone Ranger was an Indian called silly, Toro in Spanish.
    TASK 15 – Who is Sherlock’s sidekick?
    – Is dear Watson.
    TASK 16 – Write the right words and answer the question.
    A-deerstalker
    B-raincoat
    C-smoking pipe
    D-magnifying glass
    -The deerstalker is A
    TASK 17 – Write the right word for each type of clue.
    1-. fingerprint
    2-.tread
    3-.stain
    4-.blood spots
    TASK 18 – “Fingerprint” is a compound word. Write three (3) other compounds.
    1-.schoolbag – mochila
    2-.screenwriter – guionista
    3-.update – actualización
    TASK 19 – Answer the question. Gime some reasons.
    -Sherlock Holmes can not see with the naked eye of toxic residues, so it’s toxicology.
    TASK 20 – Why was this man famous for?
    -Robert Peel was famous because he was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.
    TASK 21 – Anwer the question and explain the meaning of the other three words.
    A-Tommies: Metralletas
    B-Bobbies: Policía
    C-Blue Shirts :Camisa azul
    D:Bouncers: Sacacorchos
    -The correct answer is B
    TASK 22 – What is another name for London’s underground?
    -The other name in the tube.
    ASK 23 – Answer the question.
    -At the baker street.
    TASK 24 – Write the right words. Which souvenir is the most popular?
    1-.bag
    2-.key chain
    3-.teapot
    4-.Cup
    -The most popular is the key.
    TASK 25 – Write a few lines (4) about the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben. Are they the same thing?
    -The Palace of Westminster (Palace of Westminster), also known as the Houses of Parliament (Houses of Parliament), is a Victorian Gothic building that houses the two Houses that make up the British Parliament. In October 1834, a fire destroyed the old palace destroyer that had housed the Parliament since 1512. The building had also served as a royal residence in London since the time of William the Conqueror.
    -Big Ben is the name that is known to the great bell of the clock at the northwest side of the Palace of Westminster, the seat of the Parliament of the United Kingdom, London, and popularly by extension is also used to name the clock tower. Its official name was Clock Tower until June 26, 2012, in honor of the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II, it was decided that the tower would be renamed Elizabeth Tower (Tower of Isabel).
    -The glitzy facade of the building offers a beautiful panorama while the golden spiers and statues of the kings are reflected in the river. The palace is flanked by the Victoria Tower, an imposing tower that gathers copies of all Acts of Parliament since 1497, and also by the charismatic tower of Big Ben.
    TASK 26 – Where is Luke? What is this place famous for?
    -Lucas is London in harrods.
    -A famous place signifa which is very famous and is known by many people.
    TASK 27- Answer the question.
    -The most famous is the Buckingham Palace.
    TASK 28- What is the Tower of London? What was it in the past?
    – Is a historic castle located on the north bank of the River Thames in central London. Was used as a prison.The Tower of London, officially the Royal Palace and Fortress of His Majesty, is a historic castle on the north bank of the River Thames in central London, England. It lies within the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, separated from the northern boundary of the city by an open space known as Tower Hill. It was founded in late 1066 as part of the Norman conquest of England. The White Tower, which gives its name to the whole castle was built by William the Conqueror in 1078, becoming a symbol of oppression in London by the new ruling elite. Since at least 1100, the castle was used as a prison, but was not the primary purpose.
    TASK 29 – Where is the British crown kept?
    -The British crown jewels are a number of jewelry, badges and items belonging to the British Royal Family. Its main elements are the royal and imperial crowns of England, Scotland and India, along with other elements such as orbs, swords, scepters.
    The most important part of the collection is used in the coronation ceremony and other official acts. It is kept in the Tower of London. Collection is considered world’s most valuable jewels.
    TASK 30 – Answer the question and write out the numbers using words.
    -The British crown its value is 42,000,000€(forty-two million).
    TASK 31- Answer the question . Write a few lines about the Tower of London traditional ceremony and legend.
    -The famous animal of the Tower of London is the raven(bird).
    Traditional ceremony
    -The Ceremony of the Keys is the traditional locking up of the Tower of London and has taken place on each and every night, without fail, for at least 700 years. The importance of securing this fortress for the night is still very relevant because, although the Monarch no longer resides at this royal palace, the Crown Jewels and many other valuables still do.
    Legend:
    -The Tower of London is a building that has a long history. It was built in the eleventh century by William I the Conqueror. But it is much more than a simple tower: it is a complex that was first a formidable prison where they were locked famous people such as Thomas Becket, Lady Jane Grey, Sir Walter Raleigh … was later a castle, then a cache of weapons and, Finally, thanks to its unassailable fortress, the guardian of the Crown Jewels.

    The Tower of London is also known for its bloody past, when the tower was a prison. Its walls have seen many members of the royal family of England be executed there. Perhaps all these deaths, the Tower of London is one of the most haunted places in the world. Many visitors claim to have seen ghosts of people who have been executed there. These souls would stay there until you find eternal rest.
    TASK 32 – Answer the question. How do you say “billetes” and “moedas” in English?
    – There are 16 pounds 81 pence.
    -Billete: Bill
    -Moneda: Coin
    TASK 33 – How much are these things in London? Make a guess!
    -A latte(coffe): £ 2.50.
    -A sandwinch: 5 pounds.
    -Tickets for film: 9 pounds.
    -The tax:
    1-.A journey of 1.5 kilometers: between £ 5.60 and £ 8.80.
    2-.A journey of 3 kilometers: between £ 8.60 and £ 13.80.
    3-.A transfer from Heathrow to central London between £ 45 and £ 85.

  25. TASK 1: Ghost, phantasm, specter, spirit

    TASK 2: a)The woman was terrified to see the ghost
    b)She was terrified after seeing blood
    c)He was so frightened that he did not realize he was a man with coat
    d)He had startled for no reason
    e)He had amused after all the bad past
    f)He was courageous but was scared to death
    g)We were worried that her daughter had fallen

    TASK 3:I fear the darkness, death and heights

    TASK 4: a) In the night there are many thunder
    b) There are many wide web in my house
    c) In the tomb there is a very famous man

    TASK 5: witch: In the stories of the children speak witch with broom
    which: Which is best of these two

    TASK 6: die: He die when my uncle was born
    dye: She was dye the colour yellow

    TASK 7: mussel: I´m diner fish and mussel
    muscle: You get exercising muscles

    TASK 8: Is moose

    TASK 9:Flour and flower.Are spelled differently is said like

  26. 5)
    ~which is your favourite singer ?
    ~the witch is flying in her broom.

    6)
    ~his mother is getting a dye
    ~his grandmother died due to a murder

    7)
    ~we will eat mussels and anchovies to the noon hour.
    ~his brother goes to the gym to strengthen the muscles.

    8)
    is homophone because there is another similar word this is mouse.

    9)
    lower and flour are homophones because that are pronounced the same.

    10)
    he is Mr. Scrooch. He is the protagonist in the history Christmas Carrol.

    11)
    c) four
    because are four ghosts in the history.His friend thied, the gost of the past, the ghost of the present, and the ghost of the future.

    12)
    a.garlic
    b.coffin,
    c. coat,
    d.stake

    13)
    comes Mr. Dracula

  27. ACTIVITES SHERLOCK HOLMES CONFERENCE:
    1.1. This flag is from Britain and the United Kingdom.
    1.2. The flag is called the Union Jack.
    1.3. The flag Britain and the United Kingdom is a combination of crosses of the patron saints of England, Scotland and Northern Ireland, three of the four regions, that with Welsh form the flag of Britain and the United Kingdom.
    1.4. The British country that is not part of the country is Southern Ireland.
    1.5. Because it gained independence from the United Kingdom; power having liberties as a country and to exercise their sovereignty.
    TASK 2 –Option D. Sherlock Holmes was a detective.
    TASK 3-
    3.1 Option D. Arthur Conan Doyle. The creator of Sherlock Holmes is Arthur Conan Doyle.
    3.2. Charles Dickens: A Christmas Carol and Oliver Twist.
    Thomas Hardy: The Return of the Native and Far from the Madding Crowd.
    J.K. Rowling: Harry Potter and The Casual Vacancy.
    TASK 4:
    Knight: It is an honour to know the best knight that exists in the world.
    Night – Today I’m going to the cinema to watch a movie adventure at night.
    To knight: The king knighted him for his courage when he protected his queen.
    Tonight: Tonight I went to the concert of your favourite singer and they came home late.
    TASK 5 – Write the right word for each image. How do you pronounce these words?
    5.1. 1. Knife (naif) 2. Knee (nii) 3. Knickers (nikers) 4. Knot (not)
    5. Knuckle (naquel) / Knock (nok) 6. Knit (nit) 7. Kneel (niil)
    5.2. These words are written with “k” silent and not pronounce.
    TASK 6
    6.1.This character is Sherlock Holmes.
    6.2.The author is in Baker Street, London.
    6.3.These books are created by Arthur Conan Doyle.
    TASK 7:
    7.1. This flag is from Scotland.
    7.2. Scotland has to do with Sherlock Holmes because its writer was there and because one lost story of Sherlock Holmes was found in this area.
    TASK 8:
    8.1. This is a thistle emblem representing Scotland.
    8.2. Other British emblems are the heraldic rose in England, the shamrock in Ireland and the daffodil/narcissus in Wales.
    TASK 9:
    Option C. Conan Doyle studied medicine at university.
    TASK 10:
    Option C. Partner. The character of Sherlock Holmes is based on Arthur Conan Doyle’s partner.
    TASK 11:
    11.1. Option C. 4 Sir Arthur Conan Doyle write four novels of Sherlock Holmes.
    11.2. I make this choice because Arthur Conan Doyle wrote fifty-six stories which means he could not do lots of novels.
    TASK 12:
    One of novels of Sherlock Holmes is A Study in Scarlet and other of her novels is The Sign of the Four.
    TASK 13:
    The sidekick of Batman is Robin but there are five different: the first is Dick Grayson, the second is Jason Todd, the third is Tim Drake, the fourth is Stephanie Brown and the fifth is Damian Wayne.
    TASK 14:
    14.1. The sidekick of Lone Ranger is Jhonny Depp.
    14.2. Jhonny Depp in Spanish is “El toro”.
    TASK 15:
    The sidekick of Sherlock Holmes is Dr. John Watson.
    TASK 16:
    16.1 1. Cap 2. Raincoat / Overcoat 3. Pipe 4. Magnifying glass
    16.2. Option A. Cap. The deerstalker is a cap.
    TASK 17:
    1. Fingerprint 2. Footprint 3. Tire tracks 4. Blood / Bloodstains
    TASK 18 – “Fingerprint” is a compound word. Write three (3) other compounds.
    1. Toxicology – Toxic + Ology – Toxicología
    2. Deerstalker – Deer + Stalker – Gorro de cazador
    3. Underground – Under + Ground – Metro, subterráneo
    TASK 19:
    19.1. Which clue could not be used by Sherlock Holmes in his first cases?
    Option B. Ballistics. The idea that it could be used by Sherlock Holmes in his first cases is
    the ballistics.
    19.2. Because in Sherlock Holmes had never solved any ballistic case until 1920.
    TASK 20:
    Sir Robert Peel was famous for being twice prime minister of England and he was a journalist and statistician.
    TASK 21:
    21.1. What are British policeman sometimes ca…
    Option B. Bobbies. The British policeman are the Bobbies.
    21.2. Tommies are the British soldiers.
    Blue Shirts are the National Guards.
    Bouncer (also known as a doorman) is a type of security guards.
    TASK 22:
    Another name for London’s underground is subway.
    TASK 23:
    Option B. Baker Street. Sherlock Holmes is in Baker Street.
    TASK 24:
    24.1. 1. Bag / Purse 2. Key ring 3. Kettle / Teapot 4. Cup
    24.2. Option 2. Key ring. The most popular souvenir is the Key ring.
    TASK 25:
    25.1. The Houses of Parliament is a Victorian Gothic building that houses the two Houses that make up the British Parliament.
    The famous Big Ben clock of the Houses of Parliament has become one of the most famous images of London, and one of the main symbols of the city.
    25.2. Yes, they are. The Big Ben is the clock of the Houses of Parliament.
    TASK 26:
    26.1. Luke is in London’s Harrods.
    26.2. London’s Harrods is the commercial center more famous of London.
    TASK 27:
    Option D. Tower of London. The most popular tourist attraction is the Tower of London.
    TASK 28:
    28.1. The Tower of London is a huge fortification has worked throughout its history as a royal residence, armory, fortress and prison.
    28.2. In the past, for over 900 years the Tower of London was synonymous with terror because it was the place where they were locked up all those who offended the monarch.
    TASK 29:
    The British crown is Kept in the Tower of London.
    TASK 30:
    30.1.Option C. 4,200,000 €. The value of British crown is 4,200,000 €.
    30.2. 1. Forty-two thousand Euros – 42,000 €
    2. Four hundred twenty thousand Euros – 420,000 €
    3. Four million two hundred thousand Euros – 4,200,000 €
    4. Forty-two million Euros – 42,000,000 €
    TASK 31:
    31.1.Option D. Bird. The Tower of London is famous for the bird.
    31.2. The traditional ceremony of the Tower of London is the Ceremony of the Keys. It consists of the closure of the Tower of London. It’s all a show that is held without fail at 21:53, with English punctuality, 700 years ago.
    The legend:
    After the death of Edward IV, his throne was offered to his eldest son, aged 12. The Duke of Gloucester, the regent, said the two children of the deceased were illegitimate and were imprisoned in the Tower of London. They were not seen again. Legend has it that were executed in the Bloody Tower.
    TASK 32:
    32.1.There are 15 pounds and 82 pence.
    32.2. Billetes – Bills / Monedas – Money.
    TASK 33:
    Cup of Cappuccino or Coffee: 3 €
    Sandwich: 4 €
    Cinema Tickets: 15€
    Taxi: 35 € – 40 €

  28. 1.) The flag is from UK.
    It´s called Union Jack.
    It´s made up with the flags of three countries.
    Wales because when the first flag was made Wales was already united

    2.) D. He was a detective

    3.) D. Arthur Conan Doyle

    4.) The knight beated a dragon.
    At the night, he has to doing the dinner,
    The princess knight him because he is a brave man.
    Tonight he´s going to go to a party.

    5. knife
    knee
    knot
    knock
    knock out

    6. It´s James Bond. The actor is from England. Iam Fleming wrote them.

    7. It´s from Scotland.

    8. This is the thistle of Scotland.
    There are shamrock of Irland, the Tudor rose of England and daffodil of Wales.

    9. c. Medicine

    10. c. Partner

    11. c. 4 although he wrote short stories.

    12. The sign of the four and The valley of fear.

    13. It´s Robin.

    14. It´s Tonto

    15. It´s Watson

    16. a. Deerstalker*
    b. raincoat
    c. pipe
    d. Magnifying glass

    17. 1. Fingerprint
    2. Footprint
    3.
    4. blood stains

    18. raincoat, football, outside

    19. d. Fingerprints

    20. He is famous because he was Prime Minister of UK

    21. a. British soldiers.
    b. Bobbies *
    c. blue shirt
    d. a person employed to prevent troublemakers from entering.

    22. Another name is the tube

    23. b. Baker Street

    24. 1. Bag
    2. key chain
    3. teapot
    4. cup
    The most important is the teapot

    25. Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament aren´t the same because the Parlaiment is the Westminster Palace and the Big Ben is the clock at the north end of the Palace of Westminster in London, and often extended to refer to the clock and the clock tower.

    27. d. Tower of London.

    28. It´s de royal Palace. It was a prision.

    29. It´s in the Tower of London

    30. c. 4,200,000€

    31.A. Wolf

    32. 17 pounds.
    Ticket and coins

    33.1. About 3 pounds.
    2. About 5 pounds.
    3. About 9 pounds.
    4. About 15 pounds.

  29. TASK 1 – Write four (4) other words to mean “ghost”:
    Spirit, spook, phantom, spectre.

    TASK 2 – Write a sentence with each adjective. ESO sentences, please!:
    The film of “Mama´´ is terrified.
    The teacher`s costume is very horrified.
    The vampire is frightened because the old man has got a stake.
    I startled from the party of my sister.
    My sister is amused with her present.
    Batman is very fearless.
    The las night i´m very worried in my bedroom.

    TASK 3 – Write three (3) things that scare you.:
    The spiders, the snakes and the sharks.

    TASK 4 – Write a sentence with each word. ESO sentences, please!
    This morning i see a lightning in the ski.
    The spider is in the web.
    There are one hundred tombstones in the cemetery.
    My dad buy coffins every weeken.

    TASK 5 – Write a sentence with each word. ESO sentences, please!
    The Witch has got a broom
    -Which animal do you like?

    TASK 6 – Write a sentence with each word. ESO sentences, please!
    In the film the principal character die.
    My mum buy dye in the supermarket.

    TASK 7 – Write a sentence with each word. ESO sentences, please!
    I like eat mussels with rice.
    the boy has got muscles.

    TASK 8 – What’s “mousse” homophone?
    (I dont know)

    TASK 9 – Write the right words for each image. Why are they homophones?
    The firs image is flour and the second is flower.
    They are homophones because her sound is identical.

    TASK 10 – Who is that man? What book is he in?
    This Man is Scrooger is the principal character of Christmas Carol (A Book)

    TASK 11 – Write the right answer and explain it in detail.
    The right answer is the c) becouse there are four ghosts the ghost of the past, the ghost of the present, the ghost of the future and the ghost of the Scrooger`s friend.

    TASK 12 – Write the right word for each image.
    A) Garlic
    B) Coffin
    C) Cape
    D) Stake

    TASK 13 – Who comes from Romania?
    The Rumanians?

    TASK 14 – Answer the question!
    Four

    TASK 15 – True or false? Write four (4) more ideas you know about Dracula.
    Dracula is the king of the vampires.
    He want bloond.
    And he can fly.

    TASK 16 – Write a sentence with each adjective. (Four words in total). ESO sentences, please!
    The dark spook is horrified but i dont scare.
    The wolfman is horrifying in the night with full moon
    We are started from the tournament.
    The real book is very startling.

    TASK 17 – Write the right answer.
    The D)?

  30. 1.Ghosts are white
    Ghosts come out on Halloween
    The Ghosts are bad
    Ghosts are scary
    2.The witch is terrified
    The Ghosts is horrified
    When I watch scary movies I remain scared
    When I’m scared I jump
    3. I am afraid of spiders
    I’m afraid mice
    I’m afraid of bulls
    4. Spiders do like the spider
    I’m afraid of lightning
    The tombs are gray
    The obituaries so ugly
    5.The witch it’s bad
    What’s in the box
    6.My uncle is die
    The dye is white
    7.I love mussel
    My dad you have muscle
    8.mouse

  31. 1.-United kindonm.
    -The Union Flag.
    -A white fimbriated symmetris red cross on a blue field with a white fimbriated counter change daltir3 of red on white.
    – Gales
    -Because at the time the flag was designed wales was part of the Kindom of England.

    2. Detective

    3.- Arthur Conan Doyle.
    – a) Christmas Carol.
    b) Bronson
    c) Harry potter

    4.- The knight is a big man
    The night is dark
    He knighted in front of the king
    I cant steep to nigth
    -knife, knee, knickers, knot, knock, knitting, knight.

    7. Scotland.

    6.Sean coney, James Bond, Scotland, Ian Fleming.

    8 -Indigo flower
    -Lion, Toder Rose, Thistle, shamrock

    9 Medicine

    10. Teacher

    11.4

    12. -The adventures of Sherlock Holmes.
    -The memories of Sherlock Holmes.

    13. Robin

    14. Fictional masked former Texas rranger, Lone Ranger, Toro.

    15. Watson.

    16. A

    17.- Fingerprint reader
    – Foodprint
    – trace
    -Blood print

    18.Foot print, dog track.

    19.toxicology

    20. He was as Primw
    Minister of the United Kindonm

    21. – b
    – a) common solider
    c)ascist organization
    d) doorman

    22. Subway.

    23. A

    24. -Mug
    – bag, keyholder, teapot

    25. -Westminster Abbey the old palace a medieval building that was destroyed by fire in 1834 and its replacement the new palace that stand today.
    -Big Ben
    – Is the home of the Elizabeth Tower is an iconic landmark of London
    – no

    26. -Harrods shOpping only
    – in London
    – shopping

    27. A

    28.- a castle
    – a prision

    29. Tower of London

    30. 4. 200. 00
    four millions two thousand euros

    31. – D
    – The ceremony of the keys is the traditional locking up of the tower of london
    Its happened every night without fail fora least 700 years.

    32. Notes, coing

    33. -2,5
    -5
    -10
    -20

  32. 1_ phanton, spirit, apparition, spectre
    2_ she is terrified of flying
    3_ phanton, dark, blood
    4_ this tombstone is rough
    5_ the witch is ugly
    6_ to die of
    7_ a muscle un jury
    8_
    9_ rice, flower
    10_ Ebenezer scrooge
    11_ b
    12_ c
    13_ vampire
    14_ 4
    15_ sun, garlic, holy water, silver
    16_ drink blood, leave in the night, bate garlic, hate holy water / esqueleton is horrifying
    17_

  33. 1_ phanton, spirit, apparition, spectre
    2_ she is terrified of flying
    3_ phanton, dark, blood
    4_ this tombstone is rough
    5_ the witch is ugly
    6_ to die of
    7_ a muscle un jury
    8_
    9_ rice, flower
    10_ Ebenezer scrooge
    11_ b
    12_ c
    13_ vampire
    14_ 4
    15_ sun, garlic, holy water, silver
    16_ drink blood, leave in the night, bate garlic, hate holy water / esqueleton is horrifying
    17_

  34. TASK 1: Ghost, phantasm, specter, spirit

    TASK 2: a)The woman was terrified to see the ghost
    b)She was terrified after seeing blood
    c)He was so frightened that he did not realize he was a man with coat
    d)He had startled for no reason
    e)He had amused after all the bad past
    f)He was courageous but was scared to death
    g)We were worried that her daughter had fallen

    TASK 3:I fear the darkness, death and heights

    TASK 4: a) In the night there are many thunder
    b) There are many wide web in my house
    c) In the tomb there is a very famous man

    TASK 5: witch: In the stories of the children speak witch with broom
    which: Which is best of these two

    TASK 6: die: He die when my uncle was born
    dye: She was dye the colour yellow

    TASK 7: mussel: I´m diner fish and mussel
    muscle: You get exercising muscles

    TASK 8: Is moose

    TASK 9:Flour and flower.Are spelled differently is said like

    TASK 10: Is Jack, Christmas Carrol

    TASK 11: Is c, the past, the present, the future and her friend

    TASK 12: a)garlic b)coffin c)vampire d)stake

    TASK 13: It is the vampire Dracula

    TASK 14: stike, sunny, garlic and mirror

    TASK 15: Live in Romania, was the first vampire, was a demon and was immortal

    TASK 16: He was shocked after seeing a shadow, He says his grain is horrifying, He is startled because he did not study for the test, Since they came to steal is startling

    TASK 17: Vlad

  35. 1-uk; union jack; red st georges cross, white diagonal of standrews cross, red diagonal of st patricks cross.
    2-detective
    3-Arthur Conan Doyle
    4-The knigth was knithed by the queen
    The nigth is too long so tonigth i will go to my father´s house
    5-*knife * knee * * knock *stocking *KO
    6-Jmes Bone,From the uk, Cassino Royale
    7-scotish flag
    8- is a casher
    9-medicine
    10-his teacher
    11-4
    12-terror valey, estudio en escarlata
    13-Robin
    14-Tonto
    15-Whatson
    16-gorro
    17-*fingerprint *footprint *wheel slip *blood
    18-housewife,sail boat,sandboat
    19-ballistics
    20-first textil bussiness man
    21-bobbies
    22-circle lane
    23-Baker street
    24-mugs
    25-no the big ben is a clock and the parlament is a fortress aroun it
    26-houses of parlamen
    27-houses of parlament
    28-queen´s house now is a museum
    29-tower´s london
    3042oooooo $ fourty-two million pounds
    31-raven
    32-notes and coins
    33-*3 *5 *12 *70000

  36. 1-

    1.1. This flag is from Britain and the United Kingdom.

    1.2. The flag is called the Union Jack.

    1.3. The flag Britain and the United Kingdom is a combination of crosses of the patron saints of England, Scotland and Northern Ireland, three of the four regions, that with Welsh form the flag of Britain and the United Kingdom.

    1.4. The British country that is not part of the country is Southern Ireland.

    1.5. Because it gained independence from the United Kingdom; power having liberties as a country and to exercise their sovereignty.

    2 –Option D. Sherlock Holmes was a detective.

    3-

    3.1.

    Option D. Arthur Conan Doyle. The creator of Sherlock Holmes isArthur Conan Doyle.

    3.2. Charles Dickens: A Christmas Carol and Oliver Twist.

    Thomas Hardy: The Return of the Native and Far from the Madding Crowd.

    J.K. Rowling: Harry Potter and The Casual Vacancy.

    4 -Knight – It is an honour to know the best knight that exists in the world.

    Night – Today I’m going to the cinema to watch a movie adventure at night.

    To knight – The king knighted him for his courage when he protected his queen.

    Tonight – Tonight I went to the concert of your favourite singer and they came home late.

    5 –

    5.1. 1. Knife (náif) 2. Knee (níi) 3. Knickers (níkers) 4. Knot (not)

    5. Knuckle (nákl) / Knock (nok)6. Knit (nit) 7. Kneel (níil)

    5.2. These words are written with “k” silent and not pronouncethe letter “k” to pronounce.

    6 –

    6.1.This character is Sherlock Holmes.

    6.2.The author is in Baker Street, London.

    6.3.These books are created by Arthur Conan Doyle.

    7 –

    7.1. This flag is from Scotland.

    7.2. Scotland has to do with Sherlock Holmes because its writer was there and because one lost story of Sherlock Holmes was found in this area.

    8 –

    8.1. This is a thistle emblem representing Scotland.

    8.2. Other British emblems are the heraldic rose in England, theshamrock in Ireland and the daffodil/narcissus in Wales.

    9 –

    What did Conan Doyle study at university?

    Option C. Conan Doyle studied medicine at university

    10 –

    The character of Sherlock Holmes is based on Arthur Conan Doyle’s…

    Option C. Partner. The character of Sherlock Holmes is based on Arthur Conan Doyle’s partner.

    11 –

    11.1. How many Sherlock Holmes novels did Sir Arthur Conan Doyle write?

    Option C. 4 Sir Arthur Conan Doyle write four novels of Sherlock Holmes.

    11.2. I make this choice because Arthur Conan Doyle wrote fifty-six stories which means he could not do lots of novels.

    12 –

    One of novels of Sherlock Holmes is A Study in Scarlet and other of her novels is The Sign of the Four.

    13 –

    The sidekick of Batman is Robin but there are five different: the first is Dick Grayson, the second is Jason Todd, the third is Tim Drake, the fourth is Stephanie Brown and the fifth is Damian Wayne.

    14 –

    14.1. The sidekick of Lone Ranger is Jhonny Depp.

    14.2. Jhonny Depp in Spanish is “El toro”.

    15 –

    The sidekick of Sherlock Holmes is Dr. John Watson.

    16 –

    16.1. 1. Cap 2. Raincoat / Overcoat 3. Pipe 4. Magnifying glass

    16.2. Which is a deerstalker?

    Option A. Cap. The deerstalker is a cap.

    17 –

    1. Fingerprint 2. Footprint 3. Tire tracks 4. Blood / Bloodstains

    18 –

    1. Toxicology – Toxic + Ology – Toxicología

    2. Deerstalker – Deer + Stalker – Gorro de cazador

    3. Underground – Under + Ground – Metro, subterrán
    19-

    19.1. Which clue could not be used by Sherlock Holmes in his first cases?

    Option B. Ballistics. The idea that it could be used by Sherlock Holmes in his first cases is

    the ballistics.

    19.2. Because in Sherlock Holmes had never solved any ballisticcase until 1920.

    20 –

    Sir Robert Peel was famous for being twice prime minister of England and he was a journalist and statistician.

    21 –

    21.1. What are British policeman sometimes ca…

    Option B. Bobbies. The British policeman are the Bobbies.

    21.2. Tommies are the British soldiers.

    Blue Shirts are the National Guards.

    Bouncer (also known as a doorman) is a type of security guards.

    22 –

    Another name for London’s underground is subway.

    23 –

    Where in London did Sherlock Holmes?

    Option B. Baker Street. Sherlock Holmes is in Baker Street.

    24 –

    24.1. 1. Bag / Purse 2. Key ring 3. Kettle / Teapot 4. Cup

    24.2. Option 2. Key ring. The most popular souvenir is the Key ring.

    25 –

    25.1. The Houses of Parliament is a Victorian Gothic buildingthat houses the two Houses that make up the British Parliament.

    The famous Big Ben clock of the Houses of Parliament has become one of the most famous images of London, and one of the main symbols of the city.

    25.2. Yes, they are. The Big Ben is the clock of the Houses

    26 –

    26.1. Luke is in London’s Harrods.

    26.2. London’s Harrods is the commercial center more famous of London.

    27-

    What is the most popular tourist attraction?

    Option D. Tower of London. The most popular tourist attraction is the Tower of London.

    28-

    28.1. The Tower of London is a huge fortification has worked throughout its history as a royal residence, armory, fortress and prison.

    28.2. In the past, for over 900 years the Tower of London wassynonymous with terror because it was the place where they were locked up all those who offended the monarch.

    29 –

    The British crown is Kept in the Tower of London.

    30 –

    30.1. What is its value?

    Option C. 4,200,000 €. The value of British crown is 4,200,000 €.

    30.2. 1. Forty-two thousand Euros – 42,000 €

    2. Four hundred twenty thousand Euros – 420,000 €

    3. Four million two hundred thousand Euros – 4,200,000 €

    4. Forty-two million Euros – 42,000,000 €

    31-

    31.1. The Tower of London is famous for which animal?

    Option D. Bird. The Tower of London is famous for the bird.

    31.2. The traditional ceremony of the Tower of London is theCeremony of the Keys. It consists of the closure of the Tower of London. It’s all a show that is held without fail at 21:53, with English punctuality, 700 years ago.

    The legend:

    After the death of Edward IV, his throne was offered to his eldest son, aged 12. The Duke of Gloucester, the regent, said the two children of the deceased were illegitimate and were imprisoned in the Tower of London. They were not seen again. Legend has it that were executed in the Bloody Tower.

    32-

    32.1. How much money is there?

    There are 15 pounds and 82 pence.

    32.2. Billetes – Bills / Notes and Monedas – Coins / Money.

    33 –

    Cup of Cappuccino or Coffee: 3 €

    Sandwich: 4 €

    Cinema Tickets: 21€

    Taxi: 35 € – 47 €

  37. 1–Flag of the United Kingdom
    Made of proclamation day.
    2–Detective
    3-Arthur Conan Dyle
    6-Jeand Bond
    7-Scotland
    8-Scotland
    9-medicine
    10-partner
    11-29
    12-I study in the Scarlet and The Strain
    19-toxicology
    21-Bobbies
    22-Jubilee line
    23-Baker street
    27-Tower of Londom
    30-42.000.000
    31-wolf

  38. TASK 1: This flag is from England. It is made with the others flags of de kingdom. The British country that is not there is Wales, becouse not fit there.
    TASK 2: Who was Sherlock Holmes?? He was a detective.
    TASK 3: Charles Dickens: Oliver Twist, A Christmas Carol, Nicholas Nickleby.
    Thomas Hardy: The Poor Man and the Lady, Under the Greenwoos Tree, Two on a Tower.
    J.K. Rowling: Harry Potter, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, The Tales of Beedle the Bard.
    TASK 5: 1 –> knife. 2 –> knee. 3 –> 4 –> knock. 5 –> stocking 6 –> push 7 –> knot.
    TASK 6: He’s Sean Connery. He plays James Bond. Iam Fleming wrote these books.
    TASK 7: This flag is from Scotland.
    TASK 8: That emblem is a thistle from Scotland. England –> red rose. Wales –> Daffodil. And the shamrock.
    TASK 9: What did Conan Doyle study at University? He was study medicine.
    TASK 10: The character of Sherlock Holmes is based on Arthur Conan Doyle’s teacher.
    TASK 11: He wrote 15 Sherlock Holmes novels.
    TASK 12: The Hound of the Baskervilles and The Valley of Fear.
    TASK 13: The Batman sidekick is Robbin.
    TASK 14: Lone Ranger sidekick is Tonto. In Spanish is “El llanero solitario” and “Toro”.
    TASK 15: Sherlock Holmes sidekick is James Watson.
    TASK 16: 1: beret. 2: coat. 3: pipe. 4: magnifying glass.
    TASK 17: 1: fingerprint. 2: footprint. 3: trail. 4: blood trail.
    TASK 18: sailboat, schoolbag, sunset.
    TASK 19: The fingerprints could not use.
    TASK 21: What are British policeman sometimes called? Bobbies.
    TASK 22: What is another name for London’s underground? Another name for London’s underground is Tube.
    TASK 23: In Baker Street.
    TASK 24: 1: bag. 2: key chain. 3: teapot. 4: cup.
    TASK 26: He’s from Liverpool.
    TASK 27: What is the most popular tourist attractive? The Tower of London.
    TASK 28: Tower of London is a castle.
    TASK 29: It is kept in Tower of London.
    TASK 30: It is value 42.000.000€.
    TASK 31: The Tower of London is famous for which animal? Is famous for the raven.
    TASK 32: Monedas = coin. Billete = note.

  39. TASK 1 – Where is this flag from? How is it called? How is it made up? Which British country is not in? Why?
    – It’s from the United Kingdom. It’s called the Union Flag. It is made up of the individual Flags of three of the Kingdom’s countries all united under one Sovereign
    Wales being only indirectly represented through the flag of England representing the former Kingdom of England.

    TASK 2 – Answer the questions. Too easy!
    – Detective

    TASK 3- Answer the question. What did the other authors write? (Write six [6] titles).
    -D. Arthur Conan Doyle.
    Dickens: A Christmas Carol, Oliver twist
    Thomas Hardy: the wood landers, The mayor of Casterbridge
    J,K Rowling: Harry potter, the silkwork

    TASK 4 – Write a sentence with each word. ESO sentences, please!
    – A knight always fight on a war.
    – I called my mom on Saturday night.
    – The Queen knighted Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
    – Sara is going to arrive tonight.

    TASK 5 – Write the right word for each image. How do you pronounce these words?
    – Knive
    – Knee
    – knot
    – Knock

    TASK 6 -Who is he? Where is the actor from? Who wrote these books?
    – He´s George Lazenby, he´s from Australia – Ian Flemming

    TASK 7 – Where is that flag from? What does it have to do with Sherlock Holmes?
    -Is from Scotland
    -Because of A historian in Scotland has found a long-lost Sherlock Holmes story.

    TASK 8 – What is this emblem? Write other three British countries emblems.
    – It’s a thistle, the national flower of Scotland.
    -The national flower of Wales is the daffodil.
    -The national flower of Northern Ireland is the shamrock.
    -The national flower of England is the rose.

    TASK 9 – Answer the question. Too easy!
    – C. Medicine.

    TASK 10 – Answer the question.
    – A. Theacher.

    TASK 11 – Write the right answer. Explain your choice.
    – D. 56.

    TASK 12 – Write two (2) Sherlock Holmes NOVELS.
    – El sabueso de los Baskerville and El valle del terror.

    TASK 13 – Who is Batman’s sidekick?
    – Robin.

    TASK 14 – Who is Lone Ranger’s sidekick? Write the name both in English and Spanish.
    – Tonto in English and Toro in Spanish.

    TASK 15 – Who is Sherlock’s sidekick?
    – Watson.

    TASK 16 – Write the right words and answer the question.
    a) Deerstalker
    b) Trench coat
    c) Pipe
    d) Magnifying glass
    – The right answer is A.

    ASK 17 – Write the right word for each type of clue.
    – Finger print
    – Foot print
    – Tire print
    – Blood print

    TASK 18 – “Fingerprint” is a compound word. Write three (3) other compounds.
    – Blackboard
    – Haircut
    – Policeman

    TASK 19 – Answer the question. Gime some reasons.
    – A.

    TASK 20 – Why was this man famous for?
    Sir Robert Peel was a British Conservative statesman, who twice served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.

    TASK 21 – Answer the question and explain the meaning of the other three words.
    – They are called Bobbies.

    TASK 22 – What is another name for London’s underground?
    – The tube.

    TASK 23 – Answer the question.
    -B. Baker Street.

    TASK 25 – Write a few lines (4) about the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben. Are they the same thing?
    – No, they aren’t the same thing. Big Ben is the nickname for the Great Bell of the clock at the north end of the Palace of Westminster in London, and often extended to refer to the clock and the clock tower. And The Houses of Parliament is the Palace of Westminster, the meeting place of the House of Commons and the House of Lords of the United Kingdom.

    TASK 26 – Where is Luke? What is this place famous for?
    – He’s in Harrods.

    TASK 27- Answer the question.
    – B. Houses oof Parliament.

    TASK 28- What is the Tower of London? What was it in the past?
    – Is a historic castle located on the north bank of the River Thames. The castle was used as a prison.

    TASK 29 – Where is the British crown kept?
    – When not in use, it is kept with the other Crown Jewels on display at the Jewel House in the Tower of London.

    TASK 30 – Answer the question and write out the numbers using words.
    – 42 million pounds.

    TASK 31- Answer the question .
    – D.

    TASK 32 – Answer the question. How do you say “billetes” and “moedas” in English?
    – The right answer is more than 16 pounds.
    – We say banknote and currency.

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