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Топики/Сочинения по английскому на тему: Russia - Россия

Владимир Владимирович Путин - Президент России
Russian Cuisine - Русская кухня
St. Petersburg - Санкт-Петербург
The Hermitage - Эрмитаж
Museums and Art Galleries of Moscow - Музеи и художественные галереи Москвы
Russia - Россия
Russia's Seven Wonders - Семь Чудес России
Moscow - Москва
The History of St. Petersburg - История Санкт-Петербурга
The Tretyakov Gallery - Третьяковская галерея
The Russian Federation - Российская Федерация
The State Power System in the Russian Federation - Государственная система власти в Российской Федерации
Russia's Parliament - Парламент России
Education, Cultural Life and Economy of St. Petersburg - Образование, культурная жизнь и экономика Санкт-Петербурга
Education in Moscow - Образование в Москве
The Rise of Moscow - Возвышение Москвы
Famous Landmarks: the Kremlin - Знаменитые достопримечательности: Кремль
Moscow - Москва (3)
Moscow. History - Москва. История
The Russian Federation - Российская Федерация (2)
The Official Holidays in Russia - Официальные праздники (выходные дни) в России
Cultural Life in Moscow Arts. Museums and Libraries - Культурная жизнь в искусстве Москвы. Музеи и библиотеки
Moscow - Москва (2)
What Can See Foreign Tourists in Moscow - Что иностранные туристы могут увидеть в Москве

Russia lies in the eastern part of Europe and the northern part of Asia. The vast territory of Russia is washed by the Arctic? The Atlantic and the Pacific oceans. Russia borders on Mongolia, China, Finland and other countries. Russia is rich in deposits of minerals. Mineral resources of Russia include oil, gas, coal, iron, gold and many others. The form of government in Russia, one of the leading
My Week-day    I am very busy on my week-days. My week-days do not differ much one from another. On week-days my working day begins early in the morning. My school starts at 8 o'clock, so I have to get up at 7, to be ready in time.   I never wake up myself, my mother always wakes me up. Sometimes I do my morning exercises, then I rush to the bathroom. I clean my teeth, wash my face. The cold water
The Commonweaith of Austrelia is a self govering federal state. It is situated in the south-west of the Pasific ocean, ocuping the continent of Australia and a great number of islands of which Tasmania is the most important. Australia is a continent-island washed by the Indian and the Pasific Oceans. The country consists of 6 (six) states and 2 (two) territories. 16 million people live in Australi
My Friend    I am not a very sociable person yet there are people whom I can call friends.   One of them is Oleg. He is seventeen.   He left school last year and now he's a student of the University. Oleg is a future economist.   He does not have much time but if he has, Oleg likes to spend it in a good company. Oleg likes to listen to music, dance, watch new films, discuss them and do many other
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
Space Exploration    Entering the twenty-first century, we have an unimaginable array of technology and a generation of young people schooled in these technologies.   Three decades ago people placed six flags on the Moon. Our automatic space stations reached almost all planets of Solar System.   Today we no longer try for new space achievements; instead we celebrate the anniversaries of the past.
Peter Tchaikovsky   Almost everybody knows "The Nutcracker Suite" with its "Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy" and "Waltz of the Flowers" "The Nutcracker Suite" was written as a ballet, but many more people have heard the music than have seen the ballet. Some of Tchaikovsky's other compositions are well-known too. Among them are the "Swan Lake" and "Sleeping Beauty" (ballets), the "Romeo and Juliet" (
Martin Luther King   Michael Luther King Jr., later renamed Martin, was born to schoolteacher Alberta King and Baptist minister Michael Luther King on January 15, 1929. His boyhood passed in Sweet Auburn district.   In 1948 King graduated from More-house College in Atlanta, Ga.   In 1951 King graduated from Crozer Theological Seminary in Chester, Pa.   King married Coretta Scott in Marion, Ala. in
Why Do We Learn the English Language    I am sure every well-educated person should speak English, because it is the language of communication, business, science and culture.English is now the most important and widespread language in the world. It is the state language in five countries: Great Britain, Canada, the USA, Australia and New Zealand. In many Asian and African countries people speak En
New Zealand, an independent state and a member of the Commonwealth, is situated south-east from Australia. The country consists of three large islands and also many small islands. New Zealand is a mountainous country. New Zealand's rivers are short. The climate in New Zealand is warm and the greater part of the country is well watered. There are good forests of evergreen trees and large areas are
Getting a JobGetting a job is a very hard period in the life of most people. Companies choose an employee from hundreds of candidates according to special rules, that is why there are special "typical" factors, influencing on employer"s choice. Among such factors are: age, sex, experience, family background and marital status, personality and references.If you are to go to an interview tomorrow, s
London    London is the capital of Great Britain or the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. It is an old city, its history counts more than two thousand years. London is both the capital oi the country and a huge port. London is situated upon both banks of the Thames, about forty miles from the mouth and is divided into two parts by the river: north and south. There are 17 bridge