Match the synonyms in the columns. Translate the pairs and find them in the text.
Match the antonyms in the columns. Translate the pairs and find them in the text.
8. Give plural forms to these words:
Phenomenon, criterion, datum, million.
Retell the text.
Match the name of the form of tourism with its definition. Translate them.
SPECIAL FORMS OF TOURISM
– travelling alone or with groups to participate in hobby interests, to meet others with similar interests, or to experience something pertinent to the hobby, e.g. garden tours or square dance cruises.
– spending your time participating in some sport activities such as skiing, golf and scuba diving or travelling to watch a sport competition or vacationing at the winter home of one's favorite baseball team, and seeing them play everyday.
– wealthy individuals always on vacation, some of them, for tax purposes, to avoid being resident in any country.
– travelling only to few countries in the region, using one of the countries as the transit point. The country of transit point is usually a country with good transport infrastructure, e.g. Singapore is the base for tourism for South East Asia due to its strategic location and good transport infrastructure.
– usually to escape from cities or relieve stress, perhaps for some 'fun in the sun', etc., often to "health spas".
– tourism marketed to those with functional limits or disabilities. Referred to as "Tourism for All" in some regions. Destinations often employ Universal Design and Universal Destination Development principles.
– visiting historical or industrial sites, such as old canals, railways, battlegrounds, etc.
– travelling to get medical treatment either that is illegal in one's own country, e.g. abortion, euthanasia, or for advanced care that is not available in one's own country or in the case that there are long waiting lists in one's own country or for use of free or cheap health care organizations.
Choose the right word from the list below. Mind the forms of the words. Translate the article.
WHEN IN PARIS
In the great __________ tradition of the flâneur, or thoughtful boulevard-stroller, Paris is a wonderful __________ for aimless wandering. Relaxed quarters such as the vibrant Marais, elegant St-Germain and romantic Montmartre are __________ for street-browsing, shopping and cafe-sitting, and the city's lack of open __________ is redeemed by beautiful formal gardens, by the __________ and pavements that run beside the River Seine, and by endless __________ or unexpected havens. And everywhere you go, historic landmark buildings and contemporary __________ wonders remind you of the city's pride and grandeur. There are over 150 art __________ and museums in the city and an uncounted number of __________ , brasseries and restaurants lining every street and boulevard. The variety of style and decor is hard to beat, __________ from ultra-modern fashion temples to traditional, mirrored palaces, and from __________ bistros where the emphasis is all on the cooking to bustling Vietnamese diners. After dark, the city's theatres and concert halls __________ inventive and world-leading productions of theatre and dance, while many classical concerts __________ in fine architectural settings, particularly chapels and churches. Above all, Paris is a real __________ capital, and the city's vibrant cultural mix puts it at the forefront of the world __________ scene.
To range, architectural, cinema, pathway, local, cafe, city, tiny, music, to take place, gallery, hidden, ideal, space, to host.