Task 1. Learn the Focus Vocabulary on page 273-274 (Fastovets). Make sure that you pronounce and spell all the words in a correct way. Be ready to write a dictation.
Task 2. Do the exercises on p.275 (Fastovets)
Task 4. Do the exercises p.276, ex.6 (Fastovets)
Task5. Read the text. Be ready to explain the meaning of underlined words and phrases.
Top 10 London Department Stores
Department stores are a London speciality. From Harrods toHarvey Nichols, Selfridges to Liberty, they are located across the city, stocking everything from footwear to furnishing and clothes to caviar.
Most London department stores also have cafés, restaurantsor bars – perfect when you need to recharge your batteries after an extended shopping session. Some even offer you the chance to unwind with a luxurious spa or beauty treatment.
Personal shopper services are becoming ever more common for both women and men, and they're not just for clothes either. Simply contact the store directly and make an appointment if you'd like some expert help finding that perfect purchase.
Popular department store Debenhams stocks affordable ranges from a number of British designers such as Jasper Conran and Ben de Lisi. Debenhams' store on Oxford Street has a shoe department, lingerie section and a cosmetics hall with all the top beauty brands, and also offers extra services such as a free personal shopper.
Fenwick of Bond Street
Established in 1891 as a hair accessories boutique, Fenwick is now home to five floors of luxury retail on one of London's chicest streets. Choose from designer clothing, homewares, bags, shoes, fashion, jewellery and more. The cosmetic department is an oasis of exclusive products and Carluccio's café is the ideal place to relax and unwind.
Fortnum & Mason
The quintessential English store, Fortnum & Mason has been selling food, luggage, homewares and clothes to London's finest since 1707. The official grocer to The Queen, the beautiful store has four restaurants and sells the most indulgent foodstuffs. If you want specialist, then this is the place to go.
Established in 1849 as a grocery store, today Harrods offers everything from food to fashion, furniture to sportswear plus 20 restaurants and specialist services including dog coat fitting and piano tuning. Sights include the Egyptian Hall and the Pet Department. At night, the store is illuminated by 11,500 light bulbs.
A must for any fashionist, Harvey Nichols brings together an impressive range of designers from around the world and supplies an elite with fine clothes, accessories, cosmetics, food and shoes. D&G, John Galliano, Space NK, Burberry and Jimmy Choo are just a few of the high-end labels you can find here.
House of Fraser
One of the best-known names on Oxford Street, House of Fraser is renowned for its designer brands and exclusive collections – it's the place to go for a little bit of luxury, whatever your budget. Browse through top brands including DKNY, Cath Kidson and Ted Baker then relax in the Clarins Spa. And don't miss the Cafe Zest restaurant.
A much-loved chain of department stores, John Lewis has a large branch on Oxford Street, stocking nearly half a million products from buttons to beds and cushions to cufflinks. The store boasts seven floors of fashion, beauty, home and technology products, plus a new Brasserie and Bistro with a panoramic view of the West End.
Marks & Spencer
You can't go wrong with M&S! London's Marks & Spencer at Marble Arch boasts an impressive range of affordable buys. Staples like lingerie and clothing are joined by flowers, furniture and fabrics. There's also Café Revive and the mouth-watering stuff of the food hall – enough to keep even the most intrepid shopper occupied.
Whatever you're after - bags, shoes, cosmetics, soft furnishings, books, a speciality food hall or cafés - you'll find it Selfridges, London's amazing one-stop department store! There's a budget-blasting designer clothing section and a Superbrands department with big names such as Balenciaga, Dolce & Gabbana and Stella McCartney.
Task 6. Describe your favorite Department in Baranovichi the same way.