Boys and Girls
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Boys and Girls

Fotky a stručné popisy dětí.

People
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People

Fotky lidí v různých situacích se stručným popisem.

Lego
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Lego

Podívejte se na stavbu z lega a odpovězte několik otázek.

Pictures: Children
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Pictures: Children

Kreslené obrázky s několika postavami. Z popisku musíte mimo jiné poznat, kdo je kdo.

Animals
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Animals

Fotky zvířat a jednoduché texty.

Family
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Family

Jednoduché texty o rodině využívající základní slovní zásobu.

Pictures: Fairytales
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Pictures: Fairytales

Texty o kreslených obrázcích s pohádkovými postavami (v mírně netradičních situacích).

Linda's Travels
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Linda's Travels

Linda vyráží na výlety. Zadání s obrázkem a doprovodným textem.

Animals II
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Animals II

Druhá sada o zvířatech. Otázky jsou stále přímočaré, ale použitá slovní zásoba už je trochu bohatší.

Finn the Mouse
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Finn the Mouse

Příběh o myšce, která si chce upéct koláč a obchází zvířata na farmě, aby jí pomohla.

Family II
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Family II

Druhá sada o rovině obsahující mírně pokročilejší texty.

House
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At School
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Films
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Dragons
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Dragons

Popisky draků a jejich vlastností. Dokážete si je představit?

Shopping
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Famous People
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Famous People

Životopisné texty o slavných lidech.

Simple Wikipedia
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Simple Wikipedia

Texty z encyklopedie Simple Wikipedia, zjednodušené verze klasické Wikipedie.

Films II
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Films II

Druhá sada (mírně pokročilejší) s texty o známých filmech a jejich zákulisí.

Bands
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Bands

Texty o známých hudebních skupinách.

Wikijunior: Big cats
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Wikijunior: Big cats

Texty o kočkovitých šelmách z projektu Wikijunior.

Famous Paintings
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Famous Paintings

Podívejte se na slavné obrazy a přečtete si krátký text o jejich vzniku.

Fables
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Fables

Klasické Ezopovy bajky zapsané stručně a jednoduchým jazykem, i tak však občas obsahují pokročilá slovíčka. Otázky se ptají jak na různé detaily, tak na poučení plynoucí z bajky.

Wikipedia
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Wikipedia

Vybrané pasáže z anglické Wikipedie, nijak neupravované. Otázky testují přímočaré porozumění, texty však obsahují širokou slovní zásobu. Vhodné pro pokročilé studenty.


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Ukázky

House

Our House

We live in a village called Shipley. Our house is not very big. It has four rooms, a kitchen, and two bathrooms. The house is big enough for us: me, my mum Martha, my dad Jake and my sister Sarah. My brother Michael lives on his own now.

There are two small rooms–one is my room and the other is my sister’s. The biggest room in the house is our living room. My parents spend most of the time there. It has a very comfortable couch and a big television. Sometimes we play board games there.

Our kitchen is small, but my mum doesn’t spend much time there, because we eat our lunches at school. That is why it is always very clean.

One of the bathrooms, the smaller one, is used by my sister and me. Our parents use the other one.

Our house is not very special, but I think it is really comfortable and that’s what is important.

Famous Paintings

The Great Wave

The Great Wave off Kanagawa is probably the most famous Japanese work of art. Created by Hokusai, it is not a painting, but a woodblock print. That means that more people are involved in creating the work. First, the artist (in this case Hokusai) creates a design, then a carver creates a number of wooden blocks (one for each colour), destroying the design while doing that, and finally, printers print the design on a paper. This way, there can be as many as five thousand copies of the work. That’s why The Great Wave can be seen in New York, London, Japan, or Brussels.

Compared to the huge wave, representing the power and greatness of nature, the people in the picture are barely noticeable. Each boat has, in fact, ten people on it. Seeing how small they are helps us imagine the size of the wave.

In the background of the print is Mount Fuji, an active volcano which is a Japanese national symbol and an inspiration for many artworks.

Famous People

Mahatma Gandhi

Mahatma Gandhi (1869-1948) was an Indian lawyer, best known for his fight for the Indian independence. He is often called Father of the Nation. However, not all of his life was spent living in India; after studying law in London, Gandhi has lived in South Africa for a long time, before finally moving back to his homeland in 1915. Back then, India was still part of the British Empire.

Gandhi is known for trying to achieve change by non-violent protests. That means that he would not fight his enemies, destroy things, or resist going to jail. Despite all this, he was killed by an assassin in 1948.

Many people mistake Mahatma for Gandhi’s first name. Actually, it is a title that was given to him in 1914, which can be translated as “great soul”. Gandhi’s real first name is Mohandas.

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