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E4 Det Towns Evu50
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  • 1. Unit 50 Towns
  • 2. • A. City and town
  • 3.  towns card 3 The words, c__________ and t________, are sometimes used interchangeably but a __________ is generally large with a wider range of facilities.
  • 4.  towns card 4 The words, city and town, are sometimes used interchangeably but a city is generally large with a wider range of facilities.
  • 5.  towns card 5 This is a description of Cork, one of Ireland’s main cities. Which words or phrases might be useful for describing your own or another town?
  • 6.  towns card 6 Cork c__________ is the major metr__________ of the south, indeed with a p__________ of about 135,000 it is the second l__________ in the Republic.
  • 7.  towns card 7 Cork city is the major metropolis of the south, indeed with a population of about 135,000 it is the second largest in the Republic.
  • 8.  towns card 8 The m__________ business and sh__________ c__________ of the town lies on the island created by two channels of the R__________ Lee, with most places within w__________ d__________ of the centre.
  • 9.  towns card 9 The main business and shopping centre of the town lies on the island created by two channels of the River Lee, with most places within walking distance of the centre.
  • 10.  towns card 10 • The b__________ tend to be overcr__________ and the __________ - way tr__________ system is fiendishly* complicated. /ˈ n.dɪʃ.li/ fiˈ (adv informal; syn. : extremely : fiendishly difficult)
  • 11.  towns card 11 The buses tend to be overcrowded and the one - way traffic system is fiendishly* complicated. /ˈ n.dɪʃ.li/ (adv informal; syn. : extremely : fiˈ fiendishly difficult)
  • 12.  towns card 12 In the h__________ a__________ of the city is the famous Shandon Steeple, the b__________ - tower of St Anne’s Ch__________, built on the s_________ of a church destr__________ when the city was besieged by the Duke of Marlborough.
  • 13.  towns card 13 In the hilly area of the city is the famous Shandon Steeple, the bell - tower of St Anne’s Church, built on the site of a church destroyed when the city was besieged by the Duke of Marlborough.
  • 14.  towns card 14 Back across the River Lee lies the city’s cath__________, an i__________sing 19th century building in the French Go__________ style.
  • 15.  towns card 15 Back across the River Lee lies the city’s cathedral, an imposing 19th century building in the French Gothic style.
  • 16.  towns card 16 Cork has two m__________. Neither caters specifically for tou__________ but those who enjoy the atmosphere of a real working m__________ will appreciate their char__________.
  • 17.  towns card 17 Cork has two markets. Neither caters specifically for tourists but those who enjoy the atmosphere of a real working market will appreciate their charm.
  • 18.  towns card 18 The Crawford A__________ G__________ is w__________ w__________ a visit. It regularly mounts adventurous e__________ by con_________ a__________.
  • 19.  towns card 19 The Crawford Art Gallery is well worth a visit. It regularly mounts adventurous exhibitions by contemporay artists.
  • 20.  towns card 20 The fash__________ res__________ districts of Cork city overl__________ the har__________. There are other res__________ ar__________ on the outs__________.
  • 21.  towns card 21 The fashionable residential districts of Cork city overlook the harbour. There are other residential areas on the outskirts.
  • 22. • B. Facilities
  • 23.  towns card 23 Sports : sw__________ p__________ sp__________ centre golf c__________ tennis c__________ football p__________ skating r__________
  • 24.  towns card 24 Sports : swimming pool sports centre golf course tennis courts football pitch skating rink
  • 25.  towns card 25 Cultural : th__________ o__________ house co__________ h__________ radio s__________ a__________ g__________
  • 26.  towns card 26 Cultural : theatre opera house concert hall radio station art gallery
  • 27.  towns card 27 Educational : school coll__________ university li__________ a__________ e__________ centre mus__________
  • 28.  towns card 28 Educational : school college university library adult education centre museum
  • 29.  towns card 29 Catering, accommodation and night - life : restaurant nightcl__________ take - __________ B & __________ (b__________ and b__________) y__________ h__________ dis___________
  • 30.  towns card 30 Catering, accommodation and night - life : restaurant nightclub take - away B &B (bed and breakfast) youth hostel disco
  • 31.  towns card 31 Catering, accommodation and night - life : est__________ ag__________ hous__________ est__________
  • 32.  towns card 32 Catering, accommodation and night - life : estate agency housing estate
  • 33.  towns card 33 Transport : bus s__________ taxi r__________ car h__________ car p__________ p__________ meters
  • 34.  towns card 34 Transport : bus service taxi rank car hire car park parking meters
  • 35.  towns card 35 Other : h__________ centre l__________ courts reg__________ office c__________’ advice bureau j__________ centre b__________ bank
  • 36.  towns card 36 Other : health centre law courts registry office citizens’ advice bureau job centre bottle bank
  • 37.  towns card 37 Other : d __________ store che__________’s ga__________ centre police __________ Town or City __________ sub__________s industrial e__________
  • 38.  towns card 38 Other : department store chemist’s garden centre police station Town or City Hall suburbs industrial estate
  • 39. C. Typical problems of large cities now
  • 40.  towns card 40 problem : tr__________ j__________ effect : tr__________ very slow co__________ get very stressed cause : too much tr__________ especially in the r__________ - hour
  • 41.  towns card 41 problem : traffic jams effect : traffic very slow commuters get very stressed cause : too much traffic especially in the rush - hour
  • 42.  towns card 42 problem : sl__________ effect : h__________ in a bad condition cause : p__________ - people don’t have money to spend on housing
  • 43.  towns card 43 problem : slums effect : housing in a bad condition cause : poverty - people don’t have money to spend on housing
  • 44.  towns card 44 problem : vand__________ effect : pointless destruction of pr_________ cause : pov__________ , lack of hope
  • 45.  towns card 45 problem : vandalism effect : pointless destruction of property cause : poverty, lack of hope
  • 46.  towns card 46 problem : overcr__________ effect : difficult l_________ conditions cause : too m__________ people living in one place
  • 47.  towns card 47 problem : overcrowding effect : difficult living conditions cause : too many people living in one place
  • 48.  towns card 48 problem : pol__________ effect : deterio__________ in h__________ cause : traffic and industrial
  • 49.  towns card 49 problem : pollution effect : deterioration in health cause : traffic and industrial
  • 50.  towns card 50 problem : cr__________ effect : See Unit 61 cause : po__________, ineq_________
  • 51.  towns card 51 problem : crime effect : See Unit 61 cause : poverty , inequality
  • 52. • D. Useful adjectives for describing towns
  • 53.  towns card 53 • pict__________ (adj. especially of a place, attractive in appearance, especially in an old-fashioned way : the pict__________ narrow streets of the old city) • histo_________ (adj important or likely to be important in history : histo__________ buildings) • spac__________ (adj approving large and with a lot of space : a spac__________ house/living room; spac_____ accommodation)
  • 54.  towns card 54 • picturesque /ˈpɪk.tʃərˈesk/ (adj. especially of a place, attractive in appearance, especially in an old-fashioned way : the picturesque narrow streets of the old city) • historic /hɪˈstɒr.ɪk/ (adj important or likely to be important in history : historic buildings) • spacious /ˈ speɪ.ʃəs/ (adj approving large and with a lot of space : a spacious house/living room; spacious accommodation)
  • 55.  towns card 55 • eleg__________ (adj. graceful and attractive in appearance or behaviour : an eleg__________ woman; an eleg__________ dining room) • magn__________ (adj very good, beautiful or deserving to be admired : a magn__________ view) • atmosph__________ (adj. MOOD approving creating a special feeling, such as mystery or romance : atmosph__________ lighting/music; I quite like fog because it's atmosph__________
  • 56.  towns card 56 • elegant /ˈel.ɪ.gənt/ (adj. graceful and attractive in appearance or behaviour : an elegant woman; an elegant dining room) • magnificent /mægˈnɪf.ɪ.sənt/ (adj very good, beautiful or deserving to be admired : a magnificent view) • atmospheric/æt.məsˈfer.ɪk/ (adj. MOOD approving creating a special feeling, such as mystery or romance : atmospheric lighting/music; I quite like fog because it's atmospheric.)
  • 57.  towns card 57 • qua__________ (adj. attractive because of being unusual and especially old-fashioned : a qua__________ old cottage) • li__________ (adj. having or showing a lot of energy and enthusiasm, or showing interesting and exciting thought ; a li__________ city) • hec__________ (adj full of activity; very busy and fast : a hectic schedule; The area has become a haven for people tired of the hectic pace of city life.)
  • 58.  towns card 58 • quaint /kweɪnt/ (adj. attractive because of being unusual and especially old-fashioned : a quaint old cottage) • lively / ˈlaɪv.li/ (adj. having or showing a lot of energy and enthusiasm, or showing interesting and exciting thought ; a lively city) • hectic /ˈhek.tɪk/ (adj full of activity; very busy and fast : a hectic schedule; The area has become a haven for people tired of the hectic pace of city life.)
  • 59.  towns card 59 • des__________ (adj. empty If a place is des__________ there are no people in it : a des_________ building/street; The coastal resorts are des________ (= do not have many visitors) in winter.) • bust__________ (adj If a place is bust________ it is full of busy activity .; This used to be a bust_________town but a lot of people have moved away over recent years.; The house, usually bustl________ with activity, was strangely silent.) • cro__________ (adj. If a place is cro__________it is full of people ; By ten o'clock the bar was cro________.)
  • 60.  towns card 60 • deserted /dɪˈzɜˈ.tɪd/ (adj. empty If a place is deserted, there are no people in it : a deserted building/street; The coastal resorts are deserted (= do not have many visitors) in winter.) • bustling /ˈbʌs.lɪŋ/ (adj If a place is bustling, it is full of busy activity .; This used to be a bustling town but a lot of people have moved away over recent years.; The house, usually bustling with activity, was strangely silent.) • crowded /ˈkraʊ.dɪd/ (adj. If a place is crowded, it is full of people ; By ten o'clock the bar was crowded.)
  • 61.  towns card 61 • pac__________ (adj. completely full : The train was so pac__________ that I couldn't find a seat.; This book is pac__________ with useful information.) • fil__________ (adj. extremely or unpleasantly dirty : Wash your hands - they're fil__________!)
  • 62.  towns card 62 • packed /pækt/ (adj. completely full : The train was so packed that I couldn't find a seat.; This book is packed with useful information.) • filthy/ˈfɪl.θi/ (adj. extremely or unpleasantly dirty : Wash your hands - they're filthy!)
  • 63.  towns card 63 • r__________ - down (adj. describes buildings or areas that are in very bad condition : a r__________-down building/cemetery • sh__________ (adj. looking old and in bad condition because of being used for a long time or not being cared for : Her home is a rented one-bedroom flat in a sh__________ part of town.)
  • 64.  towns card 64 • run- down /ˈrʌnˈdaʊn/ (adj. describes buildings or areas that are in very bad condition : a run- down building/cemetery • shabby /ˈʃæb.i/ (adj. looking old and in bad condition because of being used for a long time or not being cared for : Her home is a rented one-bedroom flat in a shabby part of town.)

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