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Unit 4 London Part 1 of 4: Intro – Big Ben – Westminster Abbey – Trafalgar Square – London Eye > DEMO-Content
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#2 Matching – which photo refers to the text?
At Trafalgar Square we once again meet the famous English hero, Admiral Nelson. His statue towers far above the square on a sixty metre high column.
Picture #1: Mahatma Gandhi was the leader of the Indian independence movement against British rule. / Picture #2: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was a prolific and influential Austrian composer of the Classical era. / Picture #3: Admiral Nelson was a British flag officer in the Royal Navy. He was noted for his inspirational leadership, superb grasp of strategy, and unconventional tactics.
#3 Listening exercise – can you find out the Ding-Dong word?
#4 Describing & Explaining – use the keywords for your story!
#5 Vocabulary – test yourself!
#6 Native-Speaker Commentary & Text
Big Ben, the bell within the clock tower at the Houses of Parliament in Westminster, is one of London’s most famous sights and landmarks. It is named after the man who had it built, Sir Benjamin Hall, and weighs thirteen tons. Directly opposite Big Ben we find Westminster Abbey, a famous Gothic church. This is the place where English kings and queens are crowned and buried.
The famous Tower of London is set on the north bank of the Thames, somewhat away from the centre of London. It was built by William the Conqueror and was a Royal Palace until the beginning of the 17 century. Later on, it was used as a prison and as the Royal Mint. Today it is home to the world-famous crown jewels. The guardians of the Tower of London are called Beefeaters. Today they also serve as tourist guides.