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Міський транспорт (The City Transport)

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Friday, the fourteenth of February Classwork

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Proverbs Packed like herrings (Набились как сельдь в бочке) 2. Slow and steady wins the race (Тише едешь, дальше будешь) 3. Slow but sure (Медленно но верно) 4. The more the merrier (В тесноте да не в обиде)

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Give the antonymes of the adjectives Reliable Slow Crowded Convenient Expensive Safe Late Easy Unreliable Fast Empty Uncomfortable Cheap Dangerous Early Difficult

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Give the antonymes of the adjectives Close Busy Modern Crampt Heavy Hard Predictable Allowed Far Quiet Old Large Light Soft Unpredictable Forbidden

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Listen to the short dialogues and tick (✓) the information you hear in the boxes provided. reliable slow cheap comfortable unreliable clean crowded dirty fast crowded on time speedy convenient always late comfortable difficult easy fast expensive crowded comfortable stressful quick tiring comfortable boring great exercise frustrating cheap dangerous А В

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Structures The train is the tram. The bus the taxi. Travelling by plane is . Travelling on foot is of all. Travelling by bus is becoming . Using bikes is using cars. as safe as is not as fast as much more expensive the least harmful more popular and more popular even better than

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Have you ever sat on a bus and thought how much 1) better (good) bus travel would be if we had bus lanes? Our city has some of the 2) worst (bad) traffic problems in Europe and often even the 3) most experienced (experienced) bus drivers can't go any 4) faster (fast) than a bicycle. This could be avoided if there were bus lanes. Then, bus journeys could be 5) more direct (direct) and 6) quicker (quick) than they are now. Passengers would be happy to pay 7) higher (high) fares for a 8) more reliable (reliable) service rather than continuing to pay less for a poor service. It's time we started thinking about it. Put the words in brackets into the correct form

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Transport in Lugansk

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transportation provides easy and convenient access to all that a city has to offer.

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Problems caused by using private cars

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Public means of transport in our city includes a variety of different vehicles, including buses trolleybuses route taxis taxis trams

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Public transport in Lugansk: Heavy traffic in the morning and evenings. «Packed like herrings» Old buses and trams It does not operate 24 hours a day You have to wait a lot at the bus stations  If people have an important work at the suburb, it is inconvenient. Be attentive using public transport – danger of pick-pockets and thieves. Bad points

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Public transport in Lugansk: Good points 1. Some of old buses are replaced by more comfortable ones.

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2. The interior is more convenient.

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Improved trolleybuses

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Also: public transport Helps to foster a sense of community. For example, people travelling together are more likely to feel a community connection than those travelling in cars in isolation. «The more the merrier» Helps to reduce injuries and fatalities caused by car accidents. Reduces pollution - the more people who travel by tram or bus, the fewer cars on the road. Public transportation saves money.

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Although the authorities have done a lot, there is still some things to be improved

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The results of my survey :

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Transport in Baku

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In 2011, 1000 black cabs are ordered by Baku Taxi Company

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Макет «Заголовок и объект» с диаграммой

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Local transport includes a rapid-transit system notable for its art, murals, mosaics and ornate chandeliers. Baku Subway

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. Baku Metro was opened in November 1967 and includes 23 stations at present; 170 million people used Baku Metro over the past five years.87 In 2008, the Chief of the Baku Metro, Taghi Ahmadov, announced plans to construct 41 new stations over the next 17 years. These will serve the new bus complex as well as the international airport.

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Plans are afoot to introduce a single Smart Card for payment on all types of city transport. The metro is now the only form of transport in Baku to use any type of card-based fare-payment system.

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Baku Yacht Club

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The Baku Port was founded in 1902 and since then has been the largest Caspian Sea port. It has six facilities: the main cargo terminal, the container terminal, the ferry terminal, the oil terminal, the passenger terminal and the port fleet terminal.

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Nick khevely Levan kvirkviya Tbilisi Public Transport

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Tbilisi Public Transport In order to move around Tbilisi you can use subway, bus ,funekuler and minibus taxis.

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website of Tbilisi Transport Company On this webpage you can find out the appropriate information about: Subway schemes. Bus routes. Data about bus schedules and the time they arrive on a certain station. You can plan your own trips on the certain routes. Learn the tariffs on the public transport.  

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Buses Data about the arrival time of the buses can be also seen on the bus stations, where the big signs are situated, giving the information in both Georgian and English languages.

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taxi You can find a taxi car in any crowded place. Also, you will have to talk to taxi driver about the price. Nearly all the taxi drivers are from elder generations and speak Russian language very well

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Public Transport System Munich

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Modern City Munich public transport system is provided by the company called MVV ( Münchner Verkehrs – und Tarifverbund). The public transport in Munich is one of the best in Germany and Europe

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S-Bahn - is the local suburban train covers the area 50 km around Munich. There are 8 different lines. All the cines run through the city and they run underground. Each of the 8 lines runs every 20 minutes and there is no between around 1:30 and 4:30 am. S-Bahn

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U-Bahn has 8 lines running through the city area and they are almost everywhere underground. Usually they run every 10 min., every 5 min during the rush hours ( 7 to 9 a.m. and 3:30 to 7 p.m.), every 20 min. on Sunday mornings U-Bahn

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Trams are a little slower than S- and U-bahn but also a very good means of transport in Munich. They give you excellent sights through the city. Wherever possible, they have a separate track and have priority over regular and cross roads which is managed by a sophisticated traffic control system. Also the frequency during rush hours is every 3-4 min. Some of them run the whole night Strassenbahn ( Tram)

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Buses have a large area to cover. They usually run every 10 min, but in the evening and on weekends they run only every 20-40 min. There is no service usually from 5 to 1 a.m. Some special lines run the whole night. With buses and trams together, there is probably no place in Munich more than 5 min walk away from public transport. Bus

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Bikes are also a great way to get around. Munich has lots of bike paths all over and is the self-proclaimed biking capital of Germany Bikes

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Germany is covered by a busy modern network of motorways(Autobahnen) autobahnen are three- or four-lane motorways. Lorries are banned from travelling on autobahnen at weekends during the summer holidays, making it easier for cars to cover long distances. These can get very busyon some routes, but the quality of roads in Munich and all over Germany tends to be very high. Motorways

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Homework: To write a composition “Transport in my city”

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