Watch the video track a part by part and answer the following questions:
00:00 - 01:12
5. What form does the Stonehenge have?
6. When did the building begin?
7. What was it originally like at those times?
8. What was it probably constructed for?
9. When did the construction start again?
10. What is it made of?
11. How many blue stones were put there?
12. How much did each of those stones weigh?
13. How much time was it probably needed for this kind of job?
14. Why did the excavation begin?
01:13 - end
15. When did the previous excavation take place?
16. How many professors work on this project?
17. What are the dimensions of excavation?
18. What are the scientists looking for?
19. A reporter from which organization takes part in this track?
20. Would you like to visit the Stonehenge? Why?
THE COLOSSEUM (ROME)
1. What is the COLOSSEUM?
2. Where is it situated?
3. What was it used for in ancient times?
4. Study the following words and phrases: "forum", "queue", "to relocate".
Watch the video track and answer the following questions:
5. What month is it?
6. What is the actual name of the COLOSSEUM?
7. When was it built?
8. Where can people buy tickets to the COLOSSEUM?
9. Which of these two ways of buying tickets is recommended and why?
10. Is the COLOSSEUM situated on its original place?
Read the following text and fill in the gaps with the words from the box below. | Look at the pictures of bridges below. Read the text below the pictures. Match the pictures (a-h) to the types of bridges (1-8) mentioned in the text. | Read the following text and fill in the gaps with the words from the boxes below. | ANCIENT BRIDGE BUILDING TECHNIQUES | WHILE-LISTENING | WHILE-LISTENING | ANCIENT STRUCTURES | Use the information in the text to answer the questions (1-6) below about 1) The Great Wall of China and 2) the first pyramid in Egypt. | Now complete the definitions (1-8) with the words from the module. | Read the following text and fill in the gaps. Use the words from the boxes below. |