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Is there any city in Europe, or else, like Prague? There has been a city here for over a thousand years, and now 2.250.000 people live here. It is most famous for its Gothic and Baroque building styles. Old Town Square, with its wonderful clock, the Charles Bridge, and Prague Castle on the hill above the river are just a few of Prague’s famous attractions.
Getting around Prague is easy by tram or underground train but it’s also a pedestrian’s dream because much of the old quarter and many of the streets and lanes have little or no traffic. The medieval center is Prague castle and St Vitus Cathedral. An evening view of these illuminated landmarks is one of the most memorable sights in Europe. Wenceslas Square is in the heart of modern Prague.
Visiting Prague today, you immediately notice the lively atmosphere. The city can be crowded during the hot summer months, but it is delight to visit any time of the year, even in the snowy cold of winter. In fact, tourism makes the largest contribution to Prague’s economy. Classical concerts take place all through the year, though the biggest event is the Prague Spring International Music Festival in May and early June. Theatre also has a special place in the life of the city.
The suburbs are like many in Eastern Europe with tall sky crappers and some light industry, but you are very quickly in the sleepy villages and gentle hills of Bohemia. Many people say Prague reminds them of Vienna or Budapest. But in fact, Prague is unique. There’s nowhere quite like it.
1. The purpose of the text is …….
a. to inform people about Prague’s beauty
b. to tell people about the history of Prague
c. to present people about the events in Prague
d. to describe the city of Prague and its uniqueness
e. to persuade
2. An evening view of these illuminated landmarks ………..
The underlined word means ……..
a. full of colors
b. full of buildings
c. full of memories
d. full of illusion
e. full of lights
3. The text organization/generic structure for this text consists of ……..
a. general classification – description
b. identification – explanation
c. orientation – events – reorientation
d. identification – description
e. general classification – events
4. The text above belongs to ……..
5. The text tells us about ………
b. Gothic building
c. Charles Bridge
d. Prague Castle