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Average Age   10 Ten is the year of the closest friendships — though not with the opposite sex. It is also the year when relationships with particular people or groups is strongest. The ten-year-old usually gets on well with parents but needs more time alone.   Personal talents begin to show.   20 In the United States twenty is the average age for the first marriage for women, although probably on
Places of Interest in London   Hyde Park   It's the London's largest and most fashionable park. It was once a royal hunting forest. There are restaurants and bars at each end of the Serpentine lake. Hire a boat.   Downing Street   Number 10, Downing Street has been the home of the British Prime Minister since 1735.  The Houses of Parliament   Its official name is the Palace of Westminster. Most of
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
Shopping    Shopping has common elements wherever it takes place. A buyer looks for a seller who is offering something the buyer wants or needs at a price the buyer can afford to pay.   Sellers often advertise their wares in newspapers, on the radio or TV, on posters etc. Sellers use a variety of tactics to induce buyers to purchase from them at a price which leaves some profit.   Shopping is a pa
The first thing I am going to tell my foreign visitor about is the geography and climate of Russia, as the geographical position and climate of a country influence the country's economy; the second reason is that they influence lifestyles and the health of its people, as well as the national character. The Russian Federation, or Russia is the largest country in the world. Its vast territory lies i
Newspapers in Britain   If you get on a bus or catch a train in Britain, especially during the morning and evening «rush hour», you'll see a lot of people reading newspapers. The press tells us about various political views, interest and levels of education.   Papers are usually divided into «quality» papers which are serious with long, informative articles and «popular» which have smaller size. T
Salvador Dali   Dali is well known for his surrealist works and many consider him the most brilliant Surrealist of his time. But to understand the enigma that is Salvador Dali, one must take a look back into his childhood, his family, and his inspirations.   Salvador Dali was born in Figueras, Spain. Dali, being the only young male in a female-dominated household, was pampered a lot by his mother,
I like New Year's Day, it is my favourite holiday. The 1st of January is a winter holiday and now it is the first day of the New Year. Peter the First changed the Russian calendar in 1699. He made the 31st of December, 1699 the last day of the year. The first of January 1700 became New Year's Day.The 1st of January is in the middle of winter. The weather is usually fine and there is a lot of snow
Moscow    The capital of the Russian Federation is Moscow. It is one of the largest cities in the world. More than 8.75 million people live in Moscow. Moscow is the cultural, communications, government, industrial, scientific, and transportation centre of Russia. It lies in western Russia, in the European part of the country. The Moscow River, for which the city was named, flows through the city. 
Varieties of English   As English has spread, so has it changed, and there are now several recognised varieties of English. While the English spoken in Britain's former "white" colonies — the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand — is still very similar to British English, and differs from it only in matters of vocabulary and phraseology, the English spoken in the West Indies and in cou
London is very rich in museums and art galleries. If you are fond of painting you'll go to the Tate Gallery. A rich sugar manufacturer Henry Tate founded it in 1897. There are about 300 oils and 19000 watercolours and drawings. There are many works by the English painter William Turner there. Most of his paintings are connected with the sea theme. There are a lot of paintings by the 16-th century
Imagine that you've just turned 16 and your parents bought you a brand new Mustang. You're cruising on the street at approximately 25 miles per hour. So maybe you're not breaking the speed limit, but everyone's staring. You feel the light breeze through your hair. Then you're in the air, 12 feet high. Finally, you land on your back and come this (gesture 6 in.) close to cracking your skull. What h