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Топики и сочинения по английскому языку

О себе (семья, школа, хобби, друзья)

My Birthday - Мой день рождения (3)
My Hobby - Мое хобби
My Summer Holidays - Мои летние каникулы
My Family's Meals - Еда в нашей семье
My Biography - сочинение на английском языке с переводом
My Daily Routine - Мой распорядок дня
House of My Dream - Дом моей мечты
How do I Learn English - Как я изучаю английский язык
I Want to be a Doctor - Я хочу быть врачом
About My Family - Моя семья - сочинение на английском языке с переводом
My Favourite Literary Hero - Мой любимый литературный герой
My Day off - Мой выходной день (2)
My Friend - Моя подруга
My Favourite Sport - Мой любимый вид спорта
My Daily Programme - Мой распорядок дня
About Myself - О себе - сочинение на английском языке с переводом
Family problems - Семейные проблемы
My Favourite Film - Мой любимый фильм
My Household Duties - Мои домашние обязанности (3)
My Future Plans - Мои планы на будущее
My Favourite Book - Моя любимая книга (3)
My Mother's Birthday - День рождения моей мамы
At School - В школе - сочинение на английском языке с переводом
School Life - Школьная жизнь
My Last Summer Holidays - Мои последние летние каникулы
My Best Friend - Мой лучший друг
My Mother - Моя мама
About Myself - сочинение на английском языке с переводом
About Myself
My Week-day - Мой рабочий день (3)

Yury Gagarin   On April 12, 1961, Yury Gagarin made history by being the first human to orbit the earth.   As a precaution, engineers at the Soviet Academy of Sciences had an onboard computer, as well as mission control steer the craft, "Vostok 1". They did this because the feared that being in the weightlessness of space, you might be disabled or not be able to move very much. He wouldn't need an
The USA is one of the largest countries in the world. It is situated in the central part of the North American continent. The area of the USA is over nine million square kilometres. It is washed by the Pacific Ocean and by the Atlantic Ocean. The most northern part of the USA is Alaska, the largest state, separated from the rest of the country by Canada. The population of the United States is near
John F. Kennedy   John Fitzgerald Kennedy became the 35th President of the United States. The youngest ever elected to the presidency and the first of the Roman Catholic faith, John F. Kennedy won the election of November 1960, but later, he received the support of most Americans. They admired his personality, his lively family, his intelligence, and his tireless energy, and they respected his cou
London is the capital of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, situated on both sides of the Thames River; it's the political, financial, commercial, industrial, and cultural centre of Great Britain. It is the largest city in Europe with the total population of about 8 million people (over 12 million with the suburbs). About one fifth of the total population of the UK lives in
My Birthday    I was born on the 5th of December.   This year on my birthday I woke up early because I was very excited.   When I got up, my parents wished me happy birthday and gave me their presents. They gave me a DVD-disc of my favorite film and a beautiful pullover. I was very happy to get them.   Then I helped Mom to make some salads and lay the table. At four o'clock I dressed up and did my
Pushkin and Our Time   It would be a platitude to say that A. S. Pushkin is the greatest Russian poet. But I hope no one is challenging the view that he occupies an outstanding place in Russian literature and culture.   Every summer in June, thousands of people visit the Pskov land. They come here to the village of Mikhailovskoye to the wonderful festival of poetry, to see the places where he live
Difference Between the English and the Americans. First Impressions   The British and the Americans speak the same language. But life in the two nations can be very different. We asked some Americans what they like or don't like about Britain...   "The police. They 're very friendly and they don't carry guns ".Claude, Trenton   "The weather is awful. You don't seem to get any summer here. It's win
Our Flat1). We have a nice flat rather far from the centre of the city.2). It is in a new sixteen-storey high-rise building in Peace Avenue.3). As there are so many storeys in the building it has two lifts.4). Our flat is on the fourth.5). It has all modern conveniences such as central heating, gas, electricity, cold and hot water, and a chute to carry rubbish down.6). There are three rooms, a kit
People all over the world are fond of sports and games. Sport makes people healthy, keeps them fit, more organized and better disciplined. Some people go in for sports for their health and some for professional aims. Practically all kinds of sports are popular in our country but football, figure-skating and tennis enjoy the greatest popularity. A lot of people are fond of jogging. In the morning a
I live in Pyatigorsk. This is a very beautiful town. It is situated in Stavropol region in the North Caucasus. It is situated among five mountains, at the foot of the mountain of Mashuk. Our town has a small river of Podkumok. Pyatigorsk is a historical, cultural and health center. The places of interest are: the Lermontov's grot, the Diana's grot, the Proval with its blue water, which has an inte
Baseball is the most popular game in the US. It is played throughout the spring and summer by schools, colleges and professional teams. Football is the most popular game in the autumn. There are professional football teams in all the main cities of the United States. In American football there are eleven players in each team, as in original football, but the rules are different. Players are often
A View on Entertainment in Britain   BRIAN CARTER, a student, is not happy with entertainment in Britain. "British audiences can be interminably irritating with their frequently snobby, haughty and smug attitudes"   It is perhaps ironic that it should be possible to write about what is irritating and loathsome about entertainment in Britain; entertainment is supposed I to be diverting and enjoyabl