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Nature in English

Nature (nature) — is the external world that surrounds us, that is all to the creation of what not to put a hand man. Nature is a living (animate nature) and non-living (inanimate nature). Wildlife is represented by five kingdoms of organisms: plants (the vegetable world / flora), animal (the animal world / fauna), mushrooms (fungi), bacteria (bacteria) and viruses (viruses). For inanimate nature are air (air), water (water), land (land), chemicals (chemical elements), celestial bodies (stellar / celestial bodies), star (stars), etc.

The very theme of «Nature in the English language» means knowledge in each of these areas (except bacteria and viruses). If we set out to sanctify them all in this article, we would have made a kind of textbook on nature with a lot of vocabulary, expressions, idiomatic phrases, poems, etc. Therefore, in order not to make the article in a textbook, we select only the highlights, based on which you can tell us about the nature of the English language.

We talk about the nature of the English language

Usually, when we are asked to tell us about the nature of the English language, is meant to provide some information about the nature of the region in which we live. Take it as a basis. But, of course, it is better to know more about the nature of her condition around the world.

Start your story about the nature of the English language with a brief description of the city and district (region), in which you live. Name the terrain (terrain / relief), indicating the mountain (mountains), ridges (mountain ranges), hills (hills), rocks (rocks), dells (hollows), if any. You can touch the availability of natural resources (natural resources). For example, ferrous and nonferrous metals (ferrous / non-ferrous metals), precious metals (precious metals — silver, gold, platinum), graphite (graphite), Cu (copper), zinc (zinc), etc. Well suited expression: Our region is rich in minerals — Our region is rich in mineral resources. Do not forget to mention the lowlands — fields (fields), valleys (valleys), meadows (meadows).

It will be appropriate to the story of water sources (water sources) and reservoirs (water basins) your area — the rivers (rivers), lakes (lakes), ponds (ponds), waterfalls (waterfalls). The nature of the English language includes information about the flora of the region: forests (forests), growing in them and generally prevailing in the territory trees (trees), shrubs (bushes / shrubs), flowers (flowers), herbs (herbs), mushrooms ( mushrooms), berries (berries). It would be great if you could call them, but in this case you need a vocabulary in the field of plants. Gently go to the fauna — list a few species (animals). Spend some suggestions birds (birds).

Speaking about the nature of the English language, namely the flora and fauna, try to logically proceed to describe the climate of the region (climate). Useful information about the weather (weather) in general and about the weather conditions (meteorology / weather environment) four seasons separately (four seasons of the year). After all, climate zone (climatic zone / region) and its features contribute to the fact that in this territory there are certain plants and animals. The case of natural phenomena (natural phenomena) will also come in handy (aurora aurora polaris / polar lights, lightning lightning, mist fog, rain star meteor shower, a rainbow rainbow).

Finishing the story about the nature of the English language, emphasize that it is necessary to preserve and protect (to protect), and name the ways to protect the environment (environmental protection). Indeed, many species of animals and plants either completely disappeared (disappeared), or are threatened with extinction (endangered species), and therefore included in the Red Book (Red Data Book).

To introduce the theme of «Nature in English» not only need good English, but also know a lot about the area in which you live. Therefore it is necessary to teach biology and geography!



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