Weddings in the UK

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Weddings in the UK
Weddings in the UK – Slide 1
Weddings in the UK – Slide 1
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Weddings in the UK – Slide 2
What can you see at weddings in
your country?
What can you see at weddings in
the UK?
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Weddings in the UK – Slide 3
Weddings in the UK
Many weddings in the UK are in a church. The man wears a
suit and the woman wears a white dress. After going to
church people have some food and drinks. There is always
a big cake! After the food there is a party where
everyone dances and has a good time! Weddings are one
day. After the wedding the couple go on holiday.
Weddings can cost more than £20,000. Sometimes the
parents pay, sometimes the couple. Many people have a
wedding but not everyone. Some people live together but
are not married.
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Weddings in the UK – Slide 4
Task 4: Reading
Put these sentences in order. Write 1, 2, 3, 4:
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Weddings in the UK – Slide 5
Task 5: Reading
Are the sentences true or false? Write T or F:
1. The woman wears a white dress.
2. There is a party the day after the wedding.
3. The couple stay at home after the wedding.
4. Weddings are expensive.
5. The couple’s parents always pay for the wedding.
6. All couples who live together are married.
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Weddings in the UK – Slide 6
Weddings in the UK
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Many ______________ in the UK are ______ a church. The man
wears a suit and the ________ wears a white dress. After going to
church people have some ________ and drinks. There is always a
_____ cake! After the food there ____ a party where everyone
dances and has a _______ time! Weddings are _____ day. After the
wedding the couple ____ on holiday.
Weddings can cost more than £20,000. Sometimes the parents
_____, sometimes the couple. Many ________ have a wedding but not
everyone. Some people live together but are _____ married.
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Weddings in the UK – Slide 7
Task 7: Spelling
Fill in the gaps:
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Many _eddings are in a _ _ urch.
The _an _ears a _uit.
The _oma_ _ears a _ress.
_eople _ave some _ood and d_in_s.
There is a _ar_y.
The _ou_le go on _oli_ay.
_eddings are ex_e_si_e.
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