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Slide1:  Olympic Games Famous Athletes SPORT Slide2:  Health is above wealth. A healthy mind in a healthy body. Why do people go in for sport?:  Why do people go in for sport? It makes … It gives … It helps … LISTENING COMPREHENSION:  LISTENING COMPREHENSION History of the Olympics start Slide5:  History of the Olympics Vocabulary Work Find the Russian equivalent:  Find the Russian equivalent запрещать быстрее принимать участие соревноваться в представлять проводиться атлет бег спортивное событие Олимпийские игры предложить соединённые кольца чтить, почитать an athletic event - - - - - - - - - - - - - menu back Find the Russian equivalent:  Find the Russian equivalent запрещать быстрее принимать участие соревноваться в представлять проводиться атлет бег спортивное событие Олимпийские игры предложить соединённые кольца чтить, почитать an athlete - - - - - - - - - - - - - an athletic event menu back Find the Russian equivalent:  Find the Russian equivalent запрещать быстрее принимать участие соревноваться в представлять проводиться атлет бег спортивное событие Олимпийские игры предложить соединённые кольца чтить, почитать a foot race - - - - - - - - - - - - - an athlete an athletic event menu back Find the Russian equivalent:  Find the Russian equivalent запрещать быстрее принимать участие соревноваться в представлять проводиться атлет бег спортивное событие Олимпийские игры предложить соединённые кольца чтить, почитать to honor - - - - - - - - - - - - - an athlete a foot race an athletic event menu back Find the Russian equivalent:  Find the Russian equivalent запрещать быстрее принимать участие соревноваться в представлять проводиться атлет бег спортивное событие Олимпийские игры предложить соединённые кольца чтить, почитать to ban - - - - - - - - - - - - - an athlete a foot race an athletic event to honor menu back Find the Russian equivalent:  Find the Russian equivalent запрещать быстрее принимать участие соревноваться в представлять проводиться атлет бег спортивное событие Олимпийские игры предложить соединённые кольца чтить, почитать to compete in - - - - - - - - - - - - - to ban an athlete a foot race an athletic event to honor menu back Find the Russian equivalent:  Find the Russian equivalent запрещать быстрее принимать участие соревноваться в представлять проводиться атлет бег спортивное событие Олимпийские игры предложить соединённые кольца чтить, почитать linked rings - - - - - - - - - - - - - to ban to compete in an athlete a foot race an athletic event to honor menu back Find the Russian equivalent:  Find the Russian equivalent запрещать быстрее принимать участие соревноваться в представлять проводиться атлет бег спортивное событие Олимпийские игры предложить соединённые кольца чтить, почитать to represent - - - - - - - - - - - - - to ban to compete in an athlete a foot race an athletic event linked rings to honor menu back Find the Russian equivalent:  Find the Russian equivalent запрещать быстрее принимать участие соревноваться в представлять проводиться атлет бег спортивное событие Олимпийские игры предложить соединённые кольца чтить, почитать swifter - - - - - - - - - - - - - to ban to compete in to represent an athlete a foot race an athletic event linked rings to honor menu back Find the Russian equivalent:  Find the Russian equivalent запрещать быстрее принимать участие соревноваться в представлять проводиться атлет бег спортивное событие Олимпийские игры предложить соединённые кольца чтить, почитать to be held - - - - - - - - - - - - - to ban swifter to compete in to represent an athlete a foot race an athletic event linked rings to honor menu back Find the Russian equivalent:  Find the Russian equivalent запрещать быстрее принимать участие соревноваться в представлять проводиться атлет бег спортивное событие Олимпийские игры предложить соединённые кольца чтить, почитать to take part - - - - - - - - - - - - - to ban swifter to compete in to represent to be held an athlete a foot race an athletic event linked rings to honor menu back Find the Russian equivalent:  Find the Russian equivalent запрещать быстрее принимать участие соревноваться в представлять проводиться атлет бег спортивное событие Олимпийские игры предложить соединённые кольца чтить, почитать Olympic competition - - - - - - - - - - - - - to ban swifter to take part to compete in to represent to be held an athlete a foot race an athletic event linked rings to honor menu back Find the Russian equivalent:  Find the Russian equivalent запрещать быстрее принимать участие соревноваться в представлять проводиться атлет бег спортивное событие Олимпийские игры предложить соединённые кольца чтить, почитать to propose - - - - - - - - - - - - - to ban swifter to take part to compete in to represent to be held an athlete a foot race an athletic event Olympic competition linked rings to honor menu back Wonderful !:  Wonderful ! запрещать быстрее принимать участие соревноваться в представлять проводиться атлет бег спортивное событие Олимпийские игры предложить соединённые кольца чтить, почитать - - - - - - - - - - - - - to ban swifter to take part to compete in to represent to be held an athlete a foot race an athletic event Olympic competition to propose linked rings to honor menu next back Choose the correct variant (click on the most suitable word or phrase to fill in the gap) :  Choose the correct variant (click on the most suitable word or phrase to fill in the gap) were spent was completed were played were held The Games … every four years in summer. menu back Choose the correct variant (click on the most suitable word or phrase to fill in the gap) :  Choose the correct variant (click on the most suitable word or phrase to fill in the gap) were spent was completed were played were held The Games were held every four years in summer. menu next back Choose the correct variant (click on the most suitable word or phrase to fill in the gap) :  Choose the correct variant (click on the most suitable word or phrase to fill in the gap) the Zeus’s Games the Olympic competition the Victory Games The games organized in Olympia were called …. menu back Choose the correct variant (click on the most suitable word or phrase to fill in the gap) :  Choose the correct variant (click on the most suitable word or phrase to fill in the gap) the Zeus’s Games the Olympic competition the Victory Games The games organized in Olympia were called the Olympic competition. menu next back Choose the correct variant (click on the most suitable word or phrase to fill in the gap) :  Choose the correct variant (click on the most suitable word or phrase to fill in the gap) “Wiser, Stronger, Slimmer” “Swifter, Smarter, Taller” “Swifter, Higher, Stronger” The Olympic saying is “………”. menu back Choose the correct variant (click on the most suitable word or phrase to fill in the gap) :  Choose the correct variant (click on the most suitable word or phrase to fill in the gap) “Wiser, Stronger, Slimmer” “Swifter, Smarter, Taller” “Swifter, Higher, Stronger” The Olympic saying is “Swifter, Higher, Stronger.” menu next back Choose the correct variant (click on the most suitable word or phrase to fill in the gap) :  Choose the correct variant (click on the most suitable word or phrase to fill in the gap) hated liked honored amused Ancient Greeks … their gods. menu back Choose the correct variant (click on the most suitable word or phrase to fill in the gap) :  Choose the correct variant (click on the most suitable word or phrase to fill in the gap) hated liked honored amused Ancient Greeks honored their gods. menu next back Choose the correct variant (click on the most suitable word or phrase to fill in the gap) :  Choose the correct variant (click on the most suitable word or phrase to fill in the gap) had to were invited were not allowed didn’t want Women … to take part in the Olympic Games. menu back Choose the correct variant (click on the most suitable word or phrase to fill in the gap) :  Choose the correct variant (click on the most suitable word or phrase to fill in the gap) had to were invited were not allowed didn’t want Women were not allowed to take part in the Olympic Games. menu next back Choose the correct variant (click on the most suitable word or phrase to fill in the gap) :  Choose the correct variant (click on the most suitable word or phrase to fill in the gap) linked rings a bear Nike a dove of peace The contemporary symbol of the Olympic Games is …. menu back Choose the correct variant (click on the most suitable word or phrase to fill in the gap) :  Choose the correct variant (click on the most suitable word or phrase to fill in the gap) linked rings a bear Nike a dove of peace The contemporary symbol of the Olympic Games is linked rings. menu next back Listening:  Listening Which ancient city held the first Olympic Games? Who was honored by the ancient Greeks? Who banned the Olympic Games? Who proposed the celebration of sports like the ancient games of Greece? Listen to the radio program about the History of the Olympics and get ready to answer the following questions: start the sound menu next back Now answer the questions::  Now answer the questions: 1. Which ancient city held the first Olympic Games? Click to see the answer menu next back Now answer the questions::  Now answer the questions: 1. Which ancient city held the first Olympic Games? The first Olympic competition was held in the ancient Greek city of Olympia. menu next back Now answer the questions::  Now answer the questions: 1. Which ancient city held the first Olympic Games? The first Olympic competition was held in the ancient Greek city of Olympia. 2. Who was honored by the ancient Greeks? Click to see the answer menu next back Now answer the questions::  Now answer the questions: 1. Which ancient city held the first Olympic Games? The first Olympic competition was held in the ancient Greek city of Olympia. 2. Who was honored by the ancient Greeks? They honored the Greek god, Zeus. menu next back Now answer the questions::  Now answer the questions: 1. Which ancient city held the first Olympic Games? The first Olympic competition was held in the ancient Greek city of Olympia. 2. Who was honored by the ancient Greeks? They honored the Greek god, Zeus. 3. Who banned the Olympic Games? Click to see the answer menu next back Now answer the questions::  Now answer the questions: 1. Which ancient city held the first Olympic Games? The first Olympic competition was held in the ancient Greek city of Olympia. 2. Who was honored by the ancient Greeks? They honored the Greek god, Zeus. 3. Who banned the Olympic Games? The ancient Romans banned them in the 4th century. menu next back Now answer the questions::  Now answer the questions: 1. Which ancient city held the first Olympic Games? The first Olympic competition was held in the ancient Greek city of Olympia. 2. Who was honored by the ancient Greeks? They honored the Greek god, Zeus. 3. Who banned the Olympic Games? The ancient Romans banned them in the 4th century. 4. Who proposed the celebration of sports like the ancient games of Greece? Click to see the answer menu next back Good !:  Good ! 1. Which ancient city held the first Olympic Games? The first Olympic competition was held in the ancient Greek city of Olympia. 2. Who was honored by the ancient Greeks? They honored the Greek god, Zeus. 3. Who banned the Olympic Games? The ancient Romans banned them in the 4th century. 4. Who proposed the celebration of sports like the ancient games of Greece? Baron Pierre de Coubertin of France proposed the world celebration of sports like the ancient games of Greece. menu next back Listen to the radio program again and get ready to fill in the gaps::  Listen to the radio program again and get ready to fill in the gaps: The first Olympic competition was held in the ancient Greek city of Olympia more than … years ago. The name of the correspondent is … . At the first Olympics, men took part in … . The celebrations were held to honor the Greek god, … . Greece held the Olympic games every … years for the next … thousand years. The ancient Romans banned them in the … century. The modern Olympic games began more than … years ago. start the sound menu next back Read the script of the radio program and choose the correct form of the verbs.:  Read the script of the radio program and choose the correct form of the verbs. 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