TRAVELLING TO ENGLAND

airport - aeropuerto art gallery - galería de arte arts center - centro cultural avenue - avenida bookstall - kiosco, puesto de libros bridge – puente building site - obra en construcción buildings - edificios bus station - estación de autobuses bus stop - parada de autobús castle - castillo cathedral - catedral cemetery - cementerio church - iglesia city hall - ayuntamiento clock - reloj corner - esquina crossroads - cruce crosswalk - paso de peatones cul-de-sac (kóldesác) - callejón sin salida curb - bordillo de la acera department store - grandes almacenes district - barrio, distrito downtown - centro de la ciudad drugstore - farmacia fountain - fuente gutter - alcantarilla, cuneta hairdresser's - peluquería highway - autopista hospital - hospital hostel - hostal inhabitant - habitante lane - callejón lamppost - farola lawcourt - tribunal library - biblioteca litter - basura mail box - buzón de correos market - mercado monument - monumento mosque - mezquita motorcycle - motocicleta motorists - automovilistas movie theater - cine museum - museo neighborhood - barrio, distrito neon signs - letreros luminosos newspaper stand - quiosco outskirts - afueras de la ciudad parking lot - aparcamiento passage - pasaje pavement - acera pedestrian - peatón pedestrian zone - zona peatonal phone booth - cabina telefónica police station - comisaría port - puerto post office - oficina de correos promenade – paseo (tipo calle o el marítimo) railroad station - estación de ferrocarril road - camino, carretera sewers - cloacas shop windows - escaparates shopping mall - centro comercial sidewalk - acera skyscraper - rascacielos slums - barrio bajo square - plaza stadium - estadio statue - estatua streetcar - tranvía streetlamps - farolas de calle suburbs - las afueras de la ciudad subway - metro, tren subterráneo subway station - estación de metro taxi cab - taxi theatre - teatro tourist office - oficina de turismo traffic light - semáforo tramp - vagabundo, mendigo trashcan - papelera travel agency - agencia de viajes trees - árboles truck - camión tunnel - túnel zoo – zoológico

[?] the church. the town hall 6.The football ground is on the right. in. 5.The post office is on the left-hand side.The concert hall is between the cinema and the hotel the right of the street. 2. Prepositions At at home at work at school at the airport at the party at the restaurant at the corner at the theater at the hotel at the wedding at the bus stop at 12 Colombus Street at Bob's (= at his house) at the center at the top at the office in bed in the box in the closet in a basket in the car in the kitchen in the water in the book in a traffic jam in the garden in prison in New York in Times Square in the USA in the sky in the mirror In On on page 10 on the shelf on the wall on the second floor on Columbus street We say go into / come into etc. 10.The police station is the first building on the right. 7.The railway station is at the end of the road. the [?] the football ground. on the right-hand side and opposite the bank. police station. on.The library is the library.The shopping centre is and in front of the car park.The bank is at the end of the road on the lefthand side and 3.1. to. [?] of the road.The café is the first building on the left. 4. opposite the café. 8.The market is the middle of the street. the bank and the library. opposite the cinema and to the bank. = enter a room / building etc: He opened the door and went into the room. into or by . We say by to say how we travel: by bike / by car / by underground / by bus Fill in at. 9.

He has never been 11. They are busy Monday and the moment the same time 12. We drove the cinema plane. 10. 8. but I’m 1975 7. She arrived the airport at 6. the shop. I will be back 5 minutes the age of 25 Wednesday 9. a football match. The bird flew the room through the window. What time did you arrive school? Insert prepositions at/on/in 1. 2. I must go the bank today to change money. We are going to the picnic 6. We have English lessons 11. They like to travel 14. Important buildings and sites in London  Trafalgar Square A big square where Nelson's column stands. We usually go to work 12. My mother is home now. France. the party Tom's car. He has just returned 3. .  Buckingham palace This is the official home of the British royal family. York? 13. Does the train stop 15. Ireland? 4. Have you ever been 5. a taxi.1. We drove 7. car. I was born 7 o’clock every day 21 May summer the morning the weekend work 3. I get up 2. My friend was born 8. Olga and Nick arrived 1. the train. Mary likes to go to the seaside 4. Get the car and drove off. It's going to leave. The man chased by the police ran 9. His brother is going to get married 10. Steve reads the newspaper 5. They got 6.

Piccadilly Circus   This busy place is famous for its advertising signs and for the statue of Eros.  Houses of Parliament The buildings where the British parliament meets. . Covent Garden   This old market now has popular shops and eating places. Tower Bridge   This is a famous bridge which crosses the River Thames. London Eye   You can get a good view in this Ferris wheel.  Big Ben The name of the largest bell in the tower of the Houses of Parliament  Docklands A lot of modern houses and offices in East London. It is 450 feet tall.  Regent Street It crosses Oxford Street. Now it's a huge store.Tower of London   This fortress used to be a prison.  Harrod's It started in 1894 as a grocer's. designed by Sir Christopher Wren. and is a popular place for shopping.  Saint Paul's Cathedral The largest Protestant church in the UK. now it's a museum. Downing Street   The Prime Minister lives and works at number 10.

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