Проверьте по английскому грамматику. Если что не понятно, спрашивайте


Проверьте по английскому грамматику. Если что не понятно, спрашивайте.

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  • The Educational System in each country is different. In Great Britain schools are divided into two types: state schools and private schools. In England about 93% of children attend state school, other 7% attend private schools. Private schools are very expensive. All children are required by law to attend school full-time between the age of 5 and 16. Primary school consists of a reception class, infant school takes a year. Pupil attend junior school for 5 years. At the age of 11 or 12 children move to a new school, usually a “comprehensive one” that accepts all the children from three or four neighbouring junior schools. At secondary school, pupil study for 5 years. Pupil leave school at 16 and there are several opportunities to continue their studies somewhere else. chast 2 Russian educational system differes from that of Britain. Children start school at the age of 7. Russian schools are divided into primary and secondary ones. At the age of 10 or 11 children move to a secondary school, which occupies usually 8 years, from the 5th till 11th grade. Pupil can leave school after the 9th grade and continue studying in a technical school. These are children who get the secondary-professional education. Pupil who continue getting ordinary secondary education at school after the 9th grade have an opportunity to continue studying at any high-school or university. I went to school when i was 7. My first teacher was Olga Vladimirovna. She was very kind and patient. My favourite subject in primary school was mathematics. I was 11 when I started my 5 th grade. In a secondary school I started to study news subjects such as biology, geography, geometry, physics, chemistry, English and others. In our school one can study in three different directions, according to which the subjects usually vary. I have chosen the physico-mathematical direction. I will leave school after the 11th grade.
  • The EducationAL System in EVERY country is different. In Great Britain schools are divided into two types: state schools and private schools. In England about 93% of children attend state school, other 7% attend private schools. Private school IS very expensive. All children between the ages of 5 and 16 are required by law to attend school full-time. Primary school consists of a reception class, infant school takeS a year. In junior school pupils spend 5 years. At about 11 and 12 children move to a new school, usually a “comprehensive” that accepts all children from three or four neighbouring junior schools. At secondary school, pupils study for 5 years. Pupils leave school at 16 and there are several opportunities to continue their studies elsewhere. AS FOR Russia, the educationAL system here distinguishES from THAT IN Great Britain. Children go to school at the age of 7. Russian schoolS are divided into two steps: primary and secondary. At about 10 and 11 children move to THE secondary school, which continueS FROM THE 5TH TO 11TH form. A pupil can leave school after THE 9TH form and continue studyING in technical school. There children get secondary-professional education. GRADUATING FROM school pupilS get secondary education, but THEN they CAN ENTER AN institute. I WENT to school at the age OF 7. My first teacher was Olga Vladimirovna. She was very kind and patient. My favourite subject in primary school was mathematics. I moveD in THE 5TH form at the age OF 11. In secondary school THERE appearED news subjectS such as biology, geography, geometry, physics, chemistry, English and otherS. Our school have three directions. I’VE chosen physics AND mathematics direction. I will leave school after THE 11TH forms.



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