№181 по английскому языку за 11 класс Н.В. Юхнель, Е.Г. Наумова, Н.В. Демченко
авторы: Н.В. Юхнель, Е.Г. Наумова, Н.В. Демченко
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2 a) Read Sophie's project that she wrote using Aneka's letter about Dover Castle. Would you like to visit Dover Castle? Why?
A. Here's Dover Castle. It's one of the greatest and most famous of European castles and fortresses. It's located in Kent county in the southeast of Britain which is the shortest crossing point to Europe. Because of its position Dover Castle has always played an important role in the national history of Great Britain.
B. The castle is so huge that it would take the whole day to explore its every corner. The fortress walls protect the castle from the visitor's eve. But as soon as you walk over the drawbridge and cross the moat vou can enjoy an amazing view of the castle watch towers. Its Great Hall, inner yard, dungeons and towers attract people from all over the world. Today the castle is visited by thousands of tourists who are eager to discover some of the fascinating secrets of the castle. Hidden deep inside the famous White Cliffs Dover Castle has withstood the test of time remarkably well throughout its long history. Overlooking a busy port Dover Castle is an absolutely fascinating place to come and to 'relive' the most exciting moments of British history today. You can spend time walking along numerous galleries and rooms, exploring a magnificent great hall with its beautiful ornaments and decorations. Tourists are offered various shows of minstrels playing medieval music or breathtaking knights shows with battles and medieval dances. You can dress up as a knight or a lady of the Middle Ages to feel the taste of the ancient times. Dover Castle is an all-season tourist attraction and it's well-worth a visit.
C. Dover Castle has been known as 'The Key to England' for over 2000 years. Its origins go back to the Iron Age. Since that