тема The British Way of Life

The British Way of Life
As far as you know, different countries have different traditions, symbols, holidays and, certainly, ways of life.
In Britain many things are the other way round (наоборот). If you don’t repeat the phrase “It’s a nice day today, isn’t it?” two hundred times a day, people are surprised and think you are very dull. But on the continent it means you have no topics to discuss. Besides, Sunday papers (газеты) appear on Sunday in the UK but on Monday on the continent. The English are fond of cats. Moreover, the continental people try to show off their knowledge, the English don’t do it.
However, the English take everything with a sense of humour, though other people seldom understand the joke (шутка). There is a term (термин, выражение) “the English humour”, tactful but not clear.
On Sundays people on the continent puts on their best suits (костюм) to look respectable. In England they dress in some old clothes. Many continentals think life is a game; the English think cricket is a game. The most interesting fact is that on the continent people have good food, but the English have good table manners.
To sum it up (в заключении), I should say the English are awfully proud of their way of life.
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The British Way of Life
As far as you know, different countries have different traditions, symbols, holidays and, certainly, ways of life.
In Britain many things are the other way round (наоборот). If you don’t repeat the phrase “It’s a nice day today, isn’t it?” two hundred times a day, people are surprised and think you are very dull. But on the continent it means you have no topics to discuss. Besides, Sunday papers (газеты) appear on Sunday in the UK but on Monday on the continent. The English are fond of cats. Moreover, the continental people try to show off their knowledge, the English don’t do it.
However, the English take everything with a sense of humour, though other people seldom understand the joke (шутка). There is a term (термин, выражение) “the English humour”, tactful but not clear.
On Sundays people on the continent puts on their best suits (костюм) to look respectable. In England they dress in some old clothes. Many continentals think life is a game; the English think cricket is a game. The most interesting fact is that on the continent people have good food, but the English have good table manners.
To sum it up (в заключении), I should say the English are awfully proud of their way of life.
The British Way of Life
As far as y
·ou know, different countries have different traditions, symbols, holidays and, certainly, ways of life.
In Britain many things are the other way round (наоборот). If you don’t repeat the phrase “It’s a nice day today, isn’t it?” two hundred times a day, people are surprised and think you are very dull. But on the continent it means you have no topics to discuss. Besides, Sunday papers (газеты) appear on Sunday in the UK but on Monday on the continent. The English are fond of cats. Moreover, the continental people try to show off their knowledge, the English don’t do it.
However, the English take everything with a sense of humour, though other people seldom understand the joke (шутка). There is a term (термин, выражение) “the English humour”, tactful but not clear.
On Sundays people on the continent puts on their best suits (костюм) to look respectable. In England they dress in some old clothes. Many continentals think life is a game; the English think cricket is a game. The most interesting fact is that on the continent people have good food, but the English have good table manners.
To sum it up (в заключении), I should say the English are awfully proud of their way of life.
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The British Way of Life
As far as you know, different countries have different traditions, symbols, holidays and, certainly, ways of life.
In Britain many things are the other way round (наоборот). If you don’t repeat the phrase “It’s a nice day today, isn’t it?” two hundred times a day, people are surprised and think you are very dull. But on the continent it means you have no topics to discuss. Besides, Sunday papers (газеты) appear on Sunday in the UK but on Monday on the continent. The English are fond of cats. Moreover, the continental people try to show off their knowledge, the English don’t do it.
However, the English take everything with a sense of humour, though other people seldom understand the joke (шутка). There is a term (термин, выражение) “the English humour”, tactful but not clear.
On Sundays people on the continent puts on their best suits (костюм) to look respectable. In England they dress in some old clothes. Many continentals think life is a game; the English think cricket is a game. The most interesting fact is that on the continent people have good food, but the English have good table manners.
To sum it up (в заключении), I should say the English are awfully proud of their way of life.
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