“I like to travel! It`s just
“Travelling becomes more and more dangerous ...”Elizabeth
“Usually I travel to learn something new ...”Stuart,
What is traveling for?
Make up a story
reserved, capable, friendly,
hospitable, enthusiastic, tolerant, risk-takers, humorous,
clever, dull, patient, sociable, kind-hearted, tough, open,
artistic, romantic, energetic, selfish, punctual, generous,
self-reliant ,like gardening, mobile, polite, like
compromise, optimistic, self-confident.
The people of Canada are as
diverse as the time zones. On the streets of big cities like Toronto,Montreal, and Vancouver, you can see faces from almost any race - and they’re all Canadians! The first people to come to Canada were the Inuit and Indian. They came from Asia by way of the Bering Strait about 30,000 years ago. Throughout Canada’s history, immigrants from all countries have brought their native language and traditions, making Canadian society a cultural mosaic.
Canada is a land of many natural wonders. From the vast central plains to the dense northern forests,Canada’s environment is something to be proud of and something we Canadians must be very careful to protect.
Are you an experienced
Are you an experienced
In conclusion, try to answer the
What kind of holiday do you prefer?
Exciting and adventurous holidays or peaceful and relaxing holidays?
Here’s a test to find out which one is the ideal vacation for you.
3 points if you tick a,
2 points if you tick b,
1 point if you tick c.
1. Which means of transport do
you prefer? a) a planeb) a carc) a train
2. Where would you like to spend your holidays? a) in Central Africab) at the seasidec) in the country
3. When you go away on holiday, do you:
a) forget about everything?b) send a few postcards to you relatives or close friends?c) wake up most mornings worrying about what’s going on at home?
4. What do you think of skydiving?
a) I think it would be really exciting.b) I’d do it if I had proper training.c) It’s a crazy idea.
5. Would you like to set sail on: a) a big sailing boat?b) a submarine?c) a fast liner?
6. Which would you rather do:
a) looking for sharks in the ocean?b) fishing at night with a net?c) sailing on a boat?
7. What do you like best about mountains?
a) the possibility of doing mountain climbingb) the sceneryc) silence
8. When you go to the seaside, do you prefer to:
a) go swimming among the reefs?b) lie in the sun?c) read a nice book?
If someone invited you to spend a fortnight on a desert island, would you:
a) agree enthusiastically?b) accept the invitation with hesitation?c) refuse the invitation?
10. When you watch an Indiana Jones film, do you:a) want to be in his place?b) watch it because it is interesting?c) get bored?
11. Do you think that taking along a tent on a holiday is:a) exciting?b) nice only in an organized camping trip?c) troublesome?
12. Which of the following words reminds you of holidays?a) freedomb) enjoymentc) going for a walk
Above 42 points — Adventurous
could, you would always have
a backpack, ready to leave for an
adventurous journey. Holidays, for
you, mean looking for adventure
without organizing or planning
before. You are enthusiastic and
curious. You’d rather go to an
unknown, undiscovered place than go
back to a place you know well. It’s
your curiosity that helps you to
overcome every obstacle.
From 25 to 42 points — Imaginative
You have a good dose of adventurous spirit and a good deal of courage, but you don’t like to get into trouble. You are quite enthusiastic about inventing hundreds of adventurous ideas. You should leave your school books and worries behind and use your imaginative quality to make new friends and to enjoy yourself.
Less than 25 points — Peaceful
You are a calm type. For you, an ideal holiday is sitting under a beach umbrella or relaxing under a tree in the silence of the countryside. Adventure activities don’t attract you. You like to meditate for some time before acting logically. Holidays, for you, should be a way to do sports and exercises and to meet new people
May all your dreams come true
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