Презентация на тему: " The Tradition of Tea Drinking. in Great Britain and in Russia. Carried out by Vasilieva Alina (14 th years old) form 9 «A» Municipal Budget Establishment." — Транскрипт:
The Tradition of Tea Drinking. in Great Britain and in Russia. Carried out by Vasilieva Alina (14 th years old) form 9 «A» Municipal Budget Establishment Secondary School 1 Pavlovo Nizhegorodskaya oblast
The aim of my work is: studying tea drinking traditions in England and in Russia.
Hypothesis: tradition of tea drinking is important for both our countries.
Method: I want to compare English and Russian traditions of tea drinking. Im going to ask my classmates and teachers about their habits of tea drinking.
Tea in England. English tea drinking traditions have a long history. Tea was brought to England in the seventeenth century by a Portuguese princess, who married king Charles II of England, and has been popular in the country ever since. However from the 18th century tea began to be used by the common people too, thanks to tea-smuggling in Cornwall. Tea was brought in illegally. Traditional tea time in English is late afternoon, when world-famous 5 oclock tea is served. Five oclock tea is a ceremony, a work of art. But tea is also drunk in the morning and during the day because the English believe it to be healthy and refreshing. Tea is drunk with milk, usually from china cups
Tea in Russia. Tea is a part of Russian culture. 82% of the Russians drink tea daily. An important aspect of the Russian tea culture is a Samovar, a symbol of hospitality and comfort. Tea in Russia was introduced in 1638.
Tea in Russia. Tea is drunk with lemon,and sugar or jam.Traditionally, black tea is the most common tea in Russia, but green tea is becoming more popular.
The difference of tea traditions in England and in Russia England Russia The date of appearance How to serve It is a perfect combination of the tablecloth, the napkins, the flowers, way of behaving and talking too. made of the delicate porcelain or from china cups. The atmosphere is more important than quality of the food and the tea. Finally, tea should not be drunk in a hurry and should be accompanied by friendly conversation. The table cloth is white (or blue). It is necessary to have a cloth on the tea pot (tea- cosy). Water is boiled in a special samovars. Sometimes tea is poured from cups to saucers. There is a kettle and a tea pot. Tea made in the tea pots is much stronger than it is poured into cups. Tea is drunk with Milk and creamHoney, jam, lemon, lumps of sugar, balm, brandy, rum.
Tea proverbs and idioms. 1. Husband's tea. 2. Reading the tea-leaves. 3. Not for all the tea in China. 4. Easy as tea-drinking. 5. Make the cup run over. 6. My cake is dough. 7. Kiss the cup. 1. Очень слабый чай, «водичка». 2. Гадание на кофейной гуще. 3. Ни за какие коврижки. 4. Пустяковое дело. 5. Переполнить чашу терпения. 6. Моё дело плохо. 7. Пригубить чашку (шутл.).
Russian proverbs about tea. Чай попил - орлом летаю, водку пью - свиньёй лежу. За чаем не скучаешь – по три чашки выпиваешь. Чай не пить – на свете не жить. Самовар кипит – уходить не велит. Пей чай – удовольствие получай. Выпей чайку – позабудешь тоску
Conclusion. People from different countries like tea. They follow their own traditions of tea drinking and try to keep their traditions.
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