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ENJOY ENGLISH, посвящённый Великобритании, рубрика «BRITISH FOOD”.

Подготовила учитель

английского языка

Черябушкина Л.И.

12 марта 2011 года

Танец - 1 -


I am sitting
In the morning
At the diner
On the corner

I am waiting
At the counter
For the man
To pour the coffee

And he fills it
Only halfway
And before
I even argue

He is looking
Out the window
At somebody
Coming in

"It is always
Nice to see you"
Says the man
Behind the counter

To the woman
Who has come in
She is shaking
Her umbrella

And I look
The other way
As they are kissing
Their hellos

I'm pretending

Not to see them
I pour the milk

I open
Up the paper
There's a story - 2 -
Of an actor

Who had died
While he was drinking
It was no one
I had heard of

And I'm turning
To the horoscope
And looking
For the funnies

When I'm feeling
Someone watching me
And so
I raise my head

There's a woman
On the outside
Looking inside
Does she see me?

No she does not
Really see me

Cause she sees
Her own reflection

And I'm trying
Not to notice
That she's hitching
Up her skirt
v And while she's
Straightening her stockings
Her hair
Is getting wet
Oh, this rain
It will continue
Through the morning
As I'm listening
To the bells
Of the cathedral
I am thinking
Of your voice...

And of the midnight picnic - 3 -
Once upon a time
Before the rain began

finish up my coffee
It's time to catch the train
(В ресторанчике у Тома)

Девочки убегают

Передают в кулисах зонт Саше

Саша-about British food.

Девочки убегают

Передают в кулисах зонт Саше


May be she was waiting for me…

Oh !Hello everybody! Have you recognized me? I used to be thought as a typical British man. And my big belly is one of his distinctive features)) And all this because of British food.It doesn’t’t have very good reputation but nevertheless many British dishes are known all over the world.

For instance ,porridge, sandwiches, roast-beef, bacon, ham, scones, pudding( including apple pies),tea and many others.

But as far as you know seeing is believing. So welcome to wonderland of British food and cuisine


Oh, how wonderful-I am a Queen! I never expected I should be a Queen
so soon !

The Queen:‘Ridiculous!!! What right have you to call yourself so? You can’t be a Queen, you know, till you’ve passed the proper examination. And the sooner we begin it, the better.’

Alice: no problem

The Queen:

The sandwich was invented in England named after an English aristocrat.   The Earl of Sandwich had such a passion for gambling, that he didn’t want to have to stop playing.  He wanted his game was not interrupted and to keep his hands clean for the cards, that is why he asked for meat to be put between two slices of bread.

Alice: really !?

The Queen: The world’s first chocolate bar was made in Bristol in the late 1720s by Joseph Fry. His company was eventually taken over by Cadbury, another British, family owned firm.

Alice: who had can thought it!

The Queen: Mint sauce became the ‘essential’ accompaniment to roast lamb in Britain thanks to Queen Elizabeth I. To stop her subjects eating lamb and mutton (and help the wool industry), she decreed that the meat could only be served with bitter herbs. Enterprising cooks discovered that mint made the meat taste better, not worse.

Alice: How interesting!!

The Queen: THE ice cream was so popular in London in the 19th century that massive ‘ice wells’ were dug in the city. Ice was imported from America, and later from Norway to fill them.

Alice: are you kidding?

The Queen: Queen Elizabeth I had the kitchen at Hampton Court moved from under her bedroom because she didn't like cooking smells wafting into her clothes and her furniture.

Alice : That was awesome ! ['ɔːsəm]

The Queen: The top prize for strawberry eating goes to the -5- Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Club -- 27 tons of them are eaten (along with more than 1,500 gallons of cream) during the championship.

Alice : oh, my word!

The Queen: More than 163 million cups of tea are drunk every day in the Britain

Alice Wow! It’s absolutely amazing

The Queen: The delicious Colchester oysters were one of the main reasons for the Romans invading Britain in 43AD.

Alice Unbelievable!

The Queen: Well, you have deserved your dinner!!! Please join our guests

Alice oh, how nice of you to come! ‘I’m glad they’ve come without waiting to be asked, I
should never have known who were the right people to invite!’

The Queen: You’ve missed the soup and fish .

Alice What ‘s a pity!! By the way last year it was the 150th anniversary of the marriage of Fish with Chips.

The Queens: the 150th anniversary of the marriage of Fish with Chips???!!!


The meal’s origin dates back to a day in 1860 when a 13-year-old boy sold his first portion of fried potatoes with battered fried fish to a customer in London. Since then, fish and chips have become a national institution and one of UK's most famous exports, with shops springing up around the world.

Today there are more than 10,500 fish and chip shops across the country, employing 60,000 people and selling 300 million portions every year. Indeed, the first shops to sell Fish and Chips opened in 1860, one in London, the other in Lancashire. For years fish and chips were eaten separately in different parts of the country. It wasn’t until 1860 when the two were married. Enjoy your meal!

The Queens: Oh dear!! but now put on the joint!

Alice: the joint ???

The Queen: You look a little shy; let me introduce you to that leg of mutton,’

‘Alice– Mutton; Mutton–Alice.’

Alice: ‘May I give you a slice?’

The Queen: ‘Certainly not,’ ‘it isn’t etiquette
to cut any one you’ve been introduced to. Remove the joint!’ and better listen to its story

Рассказ о мясных блюдах -Андрей

The Queen: Waiters! carry it off, and brought a plum-pudding !

Alice: ‘I won’t be introduced to the pudding, please ‘or we shall get no dinner at all!

The Queen: ‘Pudding–Alice; Alice–Pudding.

Pudding: ‘I wonder how you’d like it, if I - 7 -
were to cut a slice out of YOU, you creature!’

Let me tell you my story first .

Рассказ о пудинге/Лёша

The Queen: Remove the pudding!’

The Queen: it’s ridiculous to leave all the
conversation to the pudding! ’it’s high time to drink some tea

Алёна Зуева -О чае

Tea can refer to any of several different meals or mealtimes, depending on a country's customs and its history of drinking tea. However, in those countries where the term's use is common, the influences are generally those of the former British Empire (now the Commonwealth of Nations).

Afternoon tea is a light meal typically eaten between 3pm and 5pm. The custom of drinking tea originated in England when Catherine of Bragança married Charles II in 1661 and brought the practice of drinking tea in the afternoon with her from Portugal.[citation needed] Traditionally, loose tea is brewed in a teapot and served in teacups with milk and sugar. This is accompanied by sandwiches (customarily cucumber, egg and cress, fish paste, ham, and smoked salmon), scones (with clotted cream and jam, see cream tea) and usually cakes and pastries .. The food is often served on a tiered stand; there may be no sandwiches, but bread or scones with butter or margarine and optional jam or other spread. A formal afternoon tea is, nowadays, usually taken as a treat in a hotel, café or tea shop. In everyday life, many British take a much simpler refreshment consisting of tea and biscuits at teatime.

While living in Woburn Abbey, Anna Maria Russell, Duchess of Bedford, is credited as the first person to have transformed afternoon tea in England into a late-afternoon meal rather than a simple refreshment.[4]

High tea (also known as meat tea[6]) is an early evening meal, typically eaten between 5pm and 6pm. It is now largely followed by a later lighter evening meal.

High tea would usually consist of cold meats, eggs or fish, cakes and sandwiches.

It was called High tea because many would have the tea on High chairs and tables and therefore, the tea would be high..

In many parts of Britain(England, particularly the North-West and North East, and in many parts of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland,) tea is used to mean the main evening meal, replacive of Dinner.

Alice: I’d like to have a lollipop with my tea The Queen: a woman or a man?

Alice: why a woman or a man? what do you mean ?

О леденце -Аня Салдаева

They mean that a lollipop isn’t a British invention but American one. Nobody knows for certain who invented stick candy. A lollipop is a form of stick candy. The name lollipop was first coined by George Smith, owner of a confectionery business called the Bradley Smith Company. George Smith named the stick candy after his favorite race horse Lolly Pop. George Smith trademarked the name lollipop in 1931, the name has since fallen into public domain. However, George Smith's story of how he thought up the name might be a true horse tail, since in the northern part of England, "lolly" means "tongue" and the word lollipop may have first originated in England. George Smith still was the only person to trademark the name Lollipop.In Britain Lollipop ladies (and men) help children to cross the road. They hold up a big black and

yellow sign saying 'STOP'.

It looks like a giant lollipop which is why they

are called 'Lollipop Ladies'…

Alice: ‘oh! I am so tired of all your stories!!!

I can’t stand this any longer!’

Саша ‘Take care of yourself! Watch out! Robbin-the-Bobbing is going here!!!. ‘Something’s going to happen!’

Алиса сдёргивает скатерть со стола, вбегает Роббин и рассказывает стихотворение от первого лица.

Саша: but it is already another story))

Все выходят на поклон


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