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Welcome to Davids Class
Which part would you like to visit? And why?
Unit5 Canada The True North
Prime Minister, the chief minister and leader of the government in certain countries especially those with a parliamentary system() of government.Queen the title of official head of Britain and of other countriesin the Commonwealth( but has little real political power
The Great Lakes --- Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie, Ontario.
What does The True North in the text mean?Why were the cousins not flying direct to the Atlantic coast?What is the continent they were crossing?Which is the warmest part in Canada?5.Which of the following is described as the most beautiful city in Canada? A. Vancouver B. Calgary C. Toronto D. Montreal6. What does the word slightly in the text mean?a bit B. a lot C. greatly D. lightly7. Why did they begin to realize two days later that Canada is quite empty?
Because there are only thirty million people living on such a huge land and most of them live within the areas of the USA border.
9Which of the following statement is true according to the text? A. Li Daiyu and Liu Qian went to Canada to see their cousins in Montreal B. Thunder Bay is a port city in the south of Canada near Toronto C. The girls looked out of the windows and saw Native Indians and cowboys. D. Liu Daiyu and Liu Qian went to Canada to see their relatives on the Atlantic coast.
Vancouver CalgaryThunder Bay Toronto Routeswarmest; surrounded; population; ski&sailCalgary Stampede; cowboytop end; busy port; fresh water
HomeworkWrite a composition on My favorite city in the world.
If you are interested in finding more information about Canada, you may go to the website www.statcan.ca/english