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Task 1. You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen-friend Mary who writes. It was great to hear that you went to Italy during your spring holidays. I have always wanted to visit thiswonderful country. Did you enjoy your journey? What places of interest did you visit? What impressed you most ofall? Did you like your hotel?As for me, I am awfully tired because we’ve got too many tests at school. Can’t wait for the summer break.Write a letter to Mary.In your letter tell her about your journey to Italy ask 3 questions about her plans for the summer3/9 В. Polyanka StreetMoscowRussiaMay 2013Dear Mary,Thanks a lot for your letter. I hope you passed all your tests!First of all, let me tell you about my one-week package holiday to Rome. Everything was OK, but we didn’t likeour hotel. It was too noisy and the food was awful. We even had a stomachache and consulted a doctor. However,all the excursions were extremely interesting. We visited the Vatican and were impressed by the famous St. Peter’sCathedral. I also enjoyed the Colosseum and other sights of Rome. All in all, we enjoyed our holiday.And what about you? What are your plans for the summer? Will you come to visit us? Russia is a uniquecountry and I’ll show you lots of interesting things. If you make up your mind, let me know what cities you wouldlike to visit.Hope to hear from you soon.Lots of love,LucyTask 2. This is part of a letter from your English-speaking pen-friend.Do you often have arguments with your parents? I do. My mother thinks that I spend too much time hangingaround with my friends. Do you often meet your friends?What do you usually do together? And what do you do when you disagree with your parents about how youspend your free time?Write back soon.Love,AnnWrite back to Ann.In your letter answer her questions ask 3 questions about her relations with her younger sister10 Lenina StreetVladimirRussia15/06/12Dear Ann,Thanks for your letter. I’m glad you passed your History test!I’m sorry you don’t get on well with your parents. As for me, I have practically no problems with mine,although we do quarrel sometimes because I spend too much time playing computer games. In this case I try totalk to them and find the way out. Unfortunately, I can meet my friends only at weekends and we usually playfootball together. It’s our favourite game.And how do you get on with your sister? Do you play together? Do you help her with her homework? I wish Ihad a sister or a brother!Anyway, keep smiling whatever happens! I’d better go now as I’ve got loads of homework to do (as always).Write back soon!Lots of love,Kate

Task 3. You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen-friend who writes.We moved to a new house a few weeks ago and I changed school. At first I was a bit afraid but I made newfriends sooner than I expected. The teachers are nice and everything seems to be working out well. And what aboutyou? Have you made any friends in your new school? Do you enjoy studying there? Have you got any new subjectsthis year?I’ve got to go now! It’s time for my music lesson. Drop me a line when you can.Lots of love,EmilyWrite a letter to Emily.In your letter answer her questions and tell her about your new school ask 3 questions about her preferences in music3 Spartakovskaya StreetMoscowRussia20/09/12Dear Emily,Thank you for your letter. It was great to hear about your new house!As for my new school, it’s very big! It has three computer rooms and wonderful sports facilities. Actually, itseems a nice place and I enjoy studying there. The kids in my class are very friendly. I’ve already made some newfriends and we often meet after classes. I’ve got only one new subject this year. It’s Economics and I’m beginningto think that it’s not difficult, after all!By the way, what music styles do you enjoy? Have you got any favourite bands? Would you like to go to theirconcert? As for me, I prefer Radiohead. They are cool!I’d better go now. Mum wants me to help with the housework. Take care and stay in touch!Lots of love,AnnTask 4. This is part of a letter from Harry, your English pen-friend.I’m fine but I’ve got a very busy week ahead. I’m a member of the school team and we are preparing for animportant match in the National Championship. Are you fond of football? Do you watch football matches on TV?What other sports do you enjoy?Well, I’d better go now. I’ve got to do some more training — I don’t want to lose this match.Take care and write back soon.Write back to Harry.In your letter answer his questions ask 3 questions about his preparation for the match8 Palekhskaya StreetMoscowRussiaOctober 1stDear Harry,Hi! How’s it going? Thanks for your last letter. I’m glad you are in your school football team now!In your letter you asked me about football. Well, I’m really fond of it. It’s a great game and I’m always happywhen my team wins. But I don’t watch football matches on TV because it’s rather boring. I prefer playing towatching as it’s more exciting. I’m also keen on roller-skating. It’s fun to take part in street competitions and toperform different tricks.Anyway, what about your preparation for the National Championship? Do you work hard? How many times aweek do you train? Do you get on well with your team-mates?Well, I’d better go now as I have to tidy up my room. Write back soon!All the best,Ivan

Task 5. You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen-friend George who writes.At school we are doing projects on famous singers from different countries. Could you telI me about anyfamous Russian singer? What is he or she famous for? How long has he/she been singing? Do you enjoy his/hersongs? Have you ever been to his/her concerts?As for my school trip to London last week, it was really wonderful.Write a letter to George.In your letter tell him about the singer you admire most of all ask 3 questions about his trip to London135 Bashilovskaya StreetMoscowRussiaApril 11thDear George,Thanks a lot for your letter. Sounds like you had a great time in London! What impressed you most of all? Didyou take any pictures? Were you tired?I’m glad I can help you with your project on famous singers. Well, my favourite singer is Dima Bilan. He madehis debut at the festival ‘New Wave’ in 2002 so he has already been singing for 10 years. Now Dima is a famouspop singer known for his songs like ‘Never Let You Go’ and ‘Believe’. I enjoy his songs because of his beautifulvoice. Unfortunately, I’ve never been to his concerts but I’d love to.Anyway, let me know if you have any other questions. I’d better go now as I have to take my dog for a walk.Write soon!Yours,AlexTask 6. This is part of a letter from your English-speaking pen-friend.So you see that I enjoy films based on true historic facts whereas most of my friends are fond of soap operas.Do you agree that soaps don’t show life realistically? What kind of films do you like watching? Do you preferwatching films in the cinema or at home? Why?We all miss you, too. Everybody sends their love. Can’t wait to see you in the summer. Write back soon.All my love,TinaWrite back to Tina.In your letter answer her questions ask 3 questions about her family41 Kosmonavtov StreetMoscowRussia15/02/13Dear Tina,Thanks for your letter. I’m glad you liked the postcard I sent you!In your letter you asked me about my attitude to soaps. Well, I agree that soaps don’t show life realisticallybecause their plots are rather unbelievable and all emotions are exaggerated. As for me, I prefer whodunits, whichkeep me in suspense till the very end. I usually watch films at home but I never miss a chance to go to the cinemawith friends. It’s much more exciting to watch films together.I miss you greatly! Write back soon and tell me all your latest news. How is your sister? Has she passed herdriving test? And what about your mother? Has she got over the flu?I’d better go now as I promised mum to help her with the washing.Love,Ann

Task 7. You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen-friend Rob who writes.and then there’s this chess tournament on Saturday. If I win, I’ll be the champion of our school. Who knows?Oh, yeah. I wanted to ask you something. We have to write a report on technology for school. Could you tell mea few things about how you use technology in your life? You know, computers, mobiles, TV, that sort of things. Oh,and tell me something about the other members of your family, too, and how they use technology.Anyway, I was talking to Sam the other day and he says that.Write back to Rob.In your letter answer his questions ask 3 questions about playing chess14 Dubrovskaya StreetMoscowRussia25/05/13Dear Rob,It was great to hear from you! I’m glad you managed to talk to Sam. Please give my best regards to him.You asked me about technology. Well, I’ve got a new mobile. It’s got a camera so I’m taking lots of pictures atthe moment. I’ve also got a computer but I use it mainly for surfing the Net. Of course we’ve got things like a TV, aDVD player and a music centre. My parents usually watch TV whereas my brother spends hours playing computergames.Anyway, I’m glad you’ve made such progress in chess. Is it difficult to learn how to play it? Will I be able to doit on my own? How can I get started?I’ve got to go now as I’m helping my Dad in the garage.All the best,AndrewTask 8. This is part of a letter from Jane, your English pen-friend.My home town is rather small but I like it. The people here are very friendly and they try and keep our town cleanand beautiful. And do you enjoy living in a big city? How do you spend your spare time there?Anyway, I’m thinking of travelling around Russia next summer. Could you tell me what weather to expect? Should Itake warm clothes with me?.Write a letter to Jane.In your letter answer her questions ask 3 questions about her home town14 Pushkinskaya StreetMoscowRussiaMay 19thDear Jane,Thanks for your letter. I’m glad you’re going to visit Russia. The weather in summer is usually hot so I don’tthink you’ll need lots of warm clothes. However, you’d better take a jacket as nights can be quite cool.In your letter you asked me about the life in a big city. As for me, I enjoy living in Moscow as there are lots ofparks and cosy cafes, museums and galleries. In the evenings I usually go for a walk with my friends and at theweekend we go to the theatre or visit a museum. Have you got any museums in your town? Are they free forstudents? Are there any sports facilities?I’d better go now as I’ve got to do my homework — boring! Can’t wait to see you!Lots of love,Rita

Task 9. This is part of a letter from your German pen-friend.I find it a bit difficult to understand English grammar. What about you? Do you do grammar exercises? Do youthink that it’s necessary to remember all grammar rules?Have you got any plans for the summer? I was thinking of going to a language school in the UK to improve myEnglish. It would be a lot more fun if we went together. What do you think?Anyway, I have to go now as I’m helping my Dad in the shop.Hope to hear from you soon.All the best,KerstinWrite back to Kerstin.In your letter answer her questions ask 3 questions about the trip to the UKKasatkina StreetMoscowRussiaOctober 1stDear Kerstin,Thanks for your letter. I’m glad your arm is out of plaster now!I agree with you that English grammar is rather difficult so I think it’s necessary to learn grammar rules and todo exercises. As for me, I do it on a regular basis.Going to a language school together is a great idea! We could practise our English and visit lots of places ofinterest. I’m absolutely free this summer so I can go whenever you like.Write and tell me what dates suit you best. Which course would you like to do? What level do you think weare? Where would you prefer to stay? Meanwhile, I’ll make some enquiries about language schools in the UK. I’llget in touch soon. I hope it all works out!Lots of love,HelenTask 10. This is part of a letter from Adam, your English pen-friend, whom you’re going to visit in summer.As for me, I’m crazy about skateboarding and I love rock and pop music. I think my favourite band at themoment is Radiohead. Do you know them? What kind of things do you like doing and what music do you enjoy?Is there anything you particularly want to do while you’re here? / guess you’ll be busy at the language schoolduring the day, but we can do something in the evenings and at weekends. Also, let me know if there are any kindsof food you don’t like.Write back to Adam.In your letter answer his questions ask 3 questions about his family and the language schoolLazo StreetSt. PetersburgRussia21/04/13Dear Adam,Thanks for your letter. It was great to hear from you. I can’t wait to meet you and your parents in July!Well, we’ve obviously got a lot in common. I’m also crazy about rock music and my favourite band isRadiohead, too! I’ve never done skateboarding, though, but I’d love to try. I enjoy basketball and I love playingcomputer games. Do you?I’m a bit worried about the language school. Is it far from your house? Should I bring any books with me? WillI have to do much homework? If I have, I’m afraid I’ll be busy in the evenings. Actually, I wouldn’t mind anyactivity. It will be fun just to be in another country.Anyway, I know we’re going to be really good friends. Please write back soon.All the best,Sasha

Task 11. You have received a letter from your English pen-friend Mary who writes.In your previous letter von told me that you had joined your school Literature Club. I wonder what you do at yourclub meetings. Can I help you in any way?As for me, I enjoy rending very much and / would be really interested to know about famous Russian writers. Whois your favourite writer at the moment? Have you got enough time for reading?.Write a letter to Mary.In your letter answer her questions and tell her about your Literature Club ask 3 questions about her reading preferences49 Gagarina StreetOrelRussiaOctober 15thDear Mary,It was great to hear from you again! I’m glad you have no problems at school now.In your letter you asked me about our school Literature Club. Well, at our club meetings we share our viewson books we’ve read and do projects on popular writers and poets. My favourite writer is A. Chekhov, who wasone of the most famous Russian playwrights. However, I particularly admire him because of his wonderful shortstories. Unfortunately, I don’t have much time for reading as I’m too busy at school.It’ll be great if you could help me with my project. What kind of books do you enjoy? What book are youreading now? Who is your favourite writer?Well, I’d better go now. There is a film starting in a minute. Keep in touch!Lots of love,DashaTask 12. This is part of a letter from your English-speaking pen-friend.I’ve always wanted to visit Moscow so it’ll be great to spend a week at your place. Any ideas as to what we mightdo? Should I bring any special clothes? Do let me know if there is anything I can get you from England?Write back soon.All the best,GloriaWrite back to Gloria.In your letter answer her questions ask 3 questions about her eating habits.30 Dubninskaya StreetMoscowRussiaSeptember 30thDear Gloria,Hi! Thanks a lot for your letter. Sorry I haven’t answered earlier but I was really busy with my school.I’m glad you are going to visit Moscow. We can go wherever you want but I think you’d like the Kremlin andthe Tretyakov Gallery.I’ve also got some ideas for our nightlife! And if you fancy going to the theatre in the evening, you shouldbring an evening dress. I’ll be delighted if you could get me a T-shirt with views of London.Well, Mum wants to know what kinds of food you enjoy eating. Do you eat meat and fish? What do youusually have for breakfast? Are there any kinds of food you don’t like?Now I’ve got to do my homework. Please write back soon. Can’t wait to meet you!Lots of love,Kate

Task 13. This is part of a letter you have received from your English pen-friend.We are doing a project at school on how computers are changing people’s lives. Please could you tell me howcomputers are changing things and how people feel about it? Have you got a computer at home? What do you useit for?As for me, I’m going on holiday with my parents next weekend.Write back to your pen-friend.In your letter answer his/her questions about computers ask 3 questions about his holiday120 Fedoskinskaya StreetMoscowRussiaJune 16thDear Sam,Hi! How is it going? I hope you’re well. Thanks for your last letter. It was great to hear from you!I’ll try to answer your questions. No doubt computers have made our lives easier and more exciting. Weneedn’t go to libraries as we can find almost all information on the Net. Moreover, computers help us to relaxalthough some people feel that they are rather addictive. I’m happy that I’ve got a computer. It helps me with myprojects and I also use educational programmes. Of course I do play computer games but not very often.Anyway, write back soon and tell me about your holiday. Did you enjoy it? What interesting places did youvisit? Did you make any new friends?I’d better go now as I have to feed my kitten.Best wishes,ArtemTask 14. You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen-friend Paul who writes.At school we are doing projects on sports popular in different countries. Could you tell me about two kinds ofsports that are popular with Russian teenagers? Why are they popular? Do you have enough time for sports?By the way, I am thinking of joining our school drama club. Is that a good idea ?.Write a letter to Paul.In your letter answer all his questions ask 3 questions about his school drama club54 Kirova StreetNovosibirskRussiaSeptember 28thDear Paul,Thanks for your letter. I’m really glad you like your new school!I guess I should start by telling you about sports in Russia.I believe the most popular sport with boys is football because it’s a very exciting game. Girls enjoy gymnasticsas it helps them to keep fit. As for me, I’m crazy about football, too. I wish I could play every day but I don’t haveenough time (unfortunately!).Well, I think joining a drama club is a good idea. One day you may become a famous actor. Who knows?Write back and tell me about your club. How many pupils are there? What plays are you going to put on? Are yougiven any costumes?Anyway, I’d better go now as I’ve got loads of homework to do. Keep in touch!Best wishes,Slava

Task 15. This is part of a letter from your English-speaking pen-friend.By the way, we are doing a project at college on the fashion industry in different countries. It would be nice ifyou could tell me what clothes are popular with teenagers in Russia. Do you have any special fashion for teens?What kind of clothes do you prefer?Write back soon.All my love,JessicaWrite back to Jessica.In your letter answer her questions ask 3 questions about her tastes in clothes43 Borodina StreetKrasnodarRussiaMay 1stDear Jessica,Hi! I was so happy to get your letter! It was great to hear your news.In your letter you asked me about popular teenage clothes in Russia. Well, I guess today’s teenagers have anew tag line, ‘I’ve just got to be me.’ Wearing baggy jeans and T-shirts is still important but teens like to add theirown unique pieces of clothing. As for me, I enjoy a popular layered style and I usually wear denim jeans, button upshirts and open cardigans as they’re very comfortable.Anyway, write back and tell me about your tastes in clothes. What kind of clothes do you prefer? Do youfollow any fashion trends? Do you enjoy wearing a school uniform?Well, I’d better go now as I have to cook dinner. Take care and keep in touch!Love,MarinaTask 16. This is part of a letter from your English pen-friend.I’m going to visit Russia in July. I’ve read a lot about Moscow but I’m especially interested in its history. Whathistorical sites and museums would you recommend me to visit? Is museum entrance fee high in Moscow? Arethere any weekdays when the entrance is free for students? Do they allow taking pictures inside?Well, I must finish now because I ’ve got an exam tomorrow. Write back soon and tell me all your news.All the best,JohnWrite back to John.In your letter answer his questions ask 3 questions about his exams and his journey to RussiaNagornaya StreetMoscowRussia15/06/12Dear John,Hi! How’s it going? Thanks for your letter. I hope you did well at your exam. Was it difficult?Well, I’m really glad you’re going to visit Russia. There are lots of historical sites and museums in Moscow.You should by all means visit the Kremlin, the State Historical Museum and the Borodino Panorama Museum.Unfortunately, there is no free admission for students; however, the entrance fees aren’t very high. Takingpictures is usually allowed although sometimes you’ll have to pay a small fee.Anyway, write back and tell me all your travel details. Would you like me to meet you at the airport? Howlong are you going to stay in Moscow? What other cities are you planning to visit?I’ve got to go now because Mum’s calling me to dinner. Take care!All the best,Paul

Task 17. You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen-friend Andrew who writes.In your letter you said you were organising a surprise party for your friend. Was it difficult to organise? Did youdecorate the place? What kind of food did you provide? What did your friend say?I’d love to hear how it went because my parents let me have a big party at home on my birthday but I’ve got toorganise everything myself I’ve never done anything like that before.Write a letter to Andrew.In your letter answer his questions giving relevant details ask 3 questions about his birthday party7 Kirova StreetKazanRussiaMarch 1stDear Andrew,It was great to receive your letter and to learn the latest news! I wish you a happy birthday and many happyreturns of the day!In your letter you asked me about a surprise party. Well, it wasn’t difficult to organise it. A friend of mineoffered his flat for the party as his parents went on holiday. We decorated it with flowers and balloons. We alsobought sandwiches, fruit and lots of mineral water. Everybody danced and played different games. Our friend wasdelighted. He said he had never had such a party before. I hope this helps.Anyway, write back soon and tell me how it all went. Did you have many guests? What did you do? Did youenjoy your party?Unfortunately, it’s time for me to go to bed.All the best,DimaTask 18. This is part of a letter from your English-speakingpen-friend.Guess what! My parents let me have a pet for my birthday. Isn’t that great? I haven’t decided yet what kind ofpet to get. Have you got a pet? What animals do you think make good pets? Is it difficult to look after your pet? Letme know what you think.Anyway, I’d better go now. I’ve got loads of homework to do tonight (unfortunately!). Write soon!All my love,DonnaWrite back to Donna.In your letter answer her questions ask 3 questions about her house17 Pilotov StreetSt. PetersburgRussia15/05/13Dear Donna,I was glad to receive your letter. It’s really great that your parents let you have a pet.As for me, I’ve got a kitten called Musik. It’s not difficult to look after him as I only need to clean his litter trayand to feed him. I think cats, dogs, hamsters and parrots make good pets because they are funny to watch and it’seasy to take care of them.Is your house big? Have you got a room of your own? Is there a garden around your house? If you say ‘yes’,you may have a dog or a cat. Otherwise you’d better buy a hamster or a parrot as they don’t need so much space.Well, I must finish now as I’ve got my aerobics class. Take care and stay in touch!Love,Mary

Task 19. This is an extract from your pen-friend’s postcard:.I’m having a busy time at the moment as I have to write lots of Christmas cards to all my friends and relatives.Do you celebrate Christmas in Russia? What holidays are celebrated in your country? What is your favouriteholiday? How do you celebrate it?Well, I’d better go now. I’ve got to help mum with cooking.I can’t wait to hear from you.Lots of love,JackieWrite back to Jackie.In your letter answer her questions about Russian holidays ask 3 questions about British holidays5 Tverskaya StreetMoscowRussia26/12/12Dear Jackie,Thanks a lot for your postcard. I also wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!Actually, in Russia, we celebrate Christmas but we do it on January 7th. There are lots of other holidays suchas Women’s Day, May Day and Victory Day. My favourite holiday is New Year’s Day as I always get lots of presents.We usually decorate a fir-tree and put presents under it. When the Kremlin clock strikes twelve, we wish eachother ‘Happy New Year’. Then we usually go for a walk and let off fireworks.And what about you? How do you celebrate New Year’s Day? Are there any holidays connected with Britishhistory? How do you mark them?Well, I’d better go now. It’s time to do my homework. Take care and write back soon.Love,NinaTask 20. You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen-friend Susie who writes.We’re doing a project this month at school on eating habits and customs around the world. Will you be ableto help me by telling me what the traditional meals are in your country? What do people typically eat and at whattime of day? What are your favourite dishes?As for me, I’m thinking of going on a diet as I feel I’m too fat.Thanks very much!Write a letter to Susie.In your letter answer her questions and tell her about eating habits in Russia ask 3 questions about her new diet43 Sedova StreetTulaRussia12/07/12Dear Susie,Thanks for your letter. I’m glad you did well at your GCSE exams!In your letter you asked me about eating habits in Russia. Well, we’ve got lots of traditional dishes, forexample, studen (jellied chopped pieces of pork or veal meat) or pelmeny (meat-filled dumplings). My favouritedish is pancakes with caviar but I also eat them with honey or sour cream. In Russia, we have three main meals aday: breakfast in the morning, dinner at midday and supper in the evening. We also like to drink tea with lemon inthe afternoon.Anyway, I’m not quite sure about dieting. What kind of diet have you chosen? How long are you going to beon a diet? Will you eat meat?Well, I’ve got to go now. Hope to hear from you soon!Love,Vera

Task 21. This is part of a letter from Sheryl, your English-speaking pen-friend.My friend and I are planning to start a new hobby but we haven’t decided yet what hobby to choose. Do you haveany hobbies? Do you feel you have enough time for your hobbies? What hobbies are popular with teenagers inRussia? Are there any hobbies you’d like to take up?As for my school exams, they are almost over and I’m looking forward to my summer break.Write back to Sheryl.In your letter answer her questions ask 3 questions about her plans for the summer13 Shirokaya StreetMoscowRussiaJune 16thDear Sheryl,It was great to hear from you! I’m really glad you passed your History test.You asked me about hobbies which are popular with Russian teens. Well, many teenagers are interested inmusic and playing computer games. Others are into collecting or doing sports. As for me, my hobby is cooking. Icollect traditional Russian recipes and cook these dishes. However, I feel I don’t have enough time for my hobby asI’ve got too much homework. If I had more free time, I’d take up photography. It’s really exciting.Anyway, it’s great that school is over. What are you going to do in summer? Will you stay with yourgrandparents? Would you like to visit other countries?Well, I’d better go now. I’ve got to get ready for my piano class. Wish me luck!Take care,AlinaTask 22. You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen friend David who writes.At school we are doing projects on teenagers in different countries. What is your idea of a typical Russianteenager? You will help me a lot if you could tell me about Russian teenagers. What do they enjoy? What are theirmost popular leisure activities?Anyway, the weather is fine today and I’m going to try my new skateboard.Write a letter to David.In your letter tell him about Russian teenagers ask 3 questions about his hobbies13 Primakova StreetSt. PetersburgRussia24 April 2013Dear David,Thanks for your letter. Sorry for not having written earlier but I was too busy at school.You asked me about a typical Russian teenager. Well, Russian teenagers are in fact very ordinary. They thinktheir teachers make them work too hard and friendship is the most important thing in their lives.Teens always invent new hobbies and the most popular leisure activity nowadays is playing computer games.Most teenagers are fond of sports and are crazy about modern music. Parents think that modern teens are awfulbut I think they are criticised for no reason.Anyway, it’s great that you like skateboarding. It’s an exciting sport. How long have you been doing it? Do youknow any tricks? Have you got any other hobbies?I’ve got to go now. Take care and keep in touch!Yours,Andrew

Task 23. You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen-friend Sam who writes.At school we are doing projects on the greatest capitals of the world. I’ve decided to write about Moscow.Could you tell me about your city? What is special about your capital?As for the family news, my sister got married last week Write a letter to Sam.In your letter tell him about Moscow ask 3 questions about his school5 Otradnaya StreetMoscowRussia16/03/13Dear Sam,Thanks for your letter! It was great to hear from you so soon!You asked me to tell you about Moscow. Well, it is a very beautiful city especially in autumn when all treesare of different colours. The heart of Moscow is the Kremlin. It’s an ancient fortress with beautiful churches inside.Moscow is a unique city, where history and modern life are brought together. On the

Task 1. You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen-friend Mary who writes. It was great to