Первый слайд презентации: A Few Words about Australia
Author Shilkin Vasily Tver, school 45 Teacher: Emelyanova Elena Mikhailovna
How Can We Get to Australia? The total distance from Moscow, Russia to S y dney, Australia is 9,001 miles. This is equivalent to 14,486 kilometers or 7,822 nautical miles. Moscow Sydney
Your travel direction from Moscow to Sydney is East (93 degrees from North). Travel Time: 18 hours by plane.
Слайд 5: Time difference
W hen you are in Sydney, subtract: ■ 1 hour to find local time in Tokyo ■ 2 hours- in Hong Kong ■ 9 hours- in Paris ■ 10 hours- in London ■ 15 hours- in New York ■ 18 hours- in San Francisco
During your flight to Sydney you will stop at Tokyo, Singapore, Seoul, Hong Kong or Bangkok and at last arrive at Sydney airport.
GEOGRAPHY Australia is considered to be the smallest of seven continents and the sixth biggest state. Australia is situated between the South Pacific Ocean and the Indian Ocean. It is made up of two islands.
Australia is extremely close to other island nations. To the north are: Papa New Guinea, Indonesia and part of Malaysia. Additional to the north are the Philippines and Asian mainland. Australian land mass of nearly 7.7 million km² makes it the sixth largest country in area after Russia, Canada, China, the United States and Brazil.
Melbourne Sydney The biggest cities Brisbane
the Great Barrier Reef the Harbor bridge the Blue Mountains Sightseeing Ayers rock
Flora and fauna Australia is a land of many endemic animals and birds. Endemic is an animal which can not be found anywhere else in the world. The main native plants of Australia are acacia, eucalyptus, mimosa, palm, fern and cedar. Australia is sometimes called “Kangarooland”. The kangaroo and the emu are on the coat of arms of Australia.
Dingo Koala Brush-tailed possum W ombat Animals Emu
National parks Australia has over 500 national parks. Over 28 million hectares of land is designated as national park - land, accounting for almost four per cent of Australia's land areas. In addition, a further six per cent of Australia is protected and includes state forests, nature parks and conservation reserves.
Australia is the flattest and (after Antarctica) the dr i est of conti - nents. Huge areas of land are so dry that they are uninhabited. There are rainforests and vast plains in the north, snowfields in the south east, desert in the centre and fertile croplands in the east, south and south west. About one third of the country lies in the tropics.
Mountain ranges run from north to south along the east coast, reaching their highest point in Mount Kosciusko (7,308 ft; 2,228 m). The Great Barrier Reef, extending about 1,245 mi les, lies along the north-east coast.
Русско-английский словарь «Животного мира Австралии» Б Белка-летяга sugar glider Буйвол водяной water buffalo Большая белая акула great white shark
В Валлаби wallaby Венценосный голубь regent bowerbird Волнистый попугай budgerigar Вомбат wombat
Г Голубой кит blue whale Д Динго dingo Е Ехидна spiny anteater З Зимородок - хохотун kookaburra
К Какаду cockatoo Кенгуру kangaroo Коала koala Крокодил crocodile
Крыса rat Кистохвостый поссум brush-tailed possum Казуар cassowary Л Летучая мышь bat Лирохвост lyrebird
М Муравьед numbat П Плащеносная ящерица frilled lizard С Сумчатая куница quoll overview Т Тасманский дьявол Tasmanian devil
У Утконос platypus Х Хантсман паук huntsman spider Ч Чёрный лебедь black swan Э Эму emu