by Ivan Beljic
by Milica Cvetinovic
by Katarina Savic
MUST SEE AND FEEL… RIVER GRADAC by Ivana Rankovic
Imagine that you work for a travel agency and that your boss has asked you to make promotional flyers for some beauty spots, cultural monuments or other specific tourist offers in and around Valjevo. The series of flyers titled “Must See and Feel …“ is planned to include the following attractions:
Greening along the River Gradac
Promenading round Pecina Park
Roughing It in Valjevo Mountains
Hikers Paradise on Divcibare
History Makers of Valjevo
Valjevo between East and West
Wildflower Trails of Valjevo
Love for Art in Valjevo
Village Treats round Valjevo
Breezy Summer Camps in Valjevo
1. Decide which topic you are going to cover and make a plan for your writing. Think about some general information and the most popular features that would attract large numbers of visitors. This example will help you in your planning:
2. Write the text and illustrate it with suitable photographs.
3. Embed your flyers in Lingva WP blog.
4. Have a look at other people’s flyers. What do you like about them? Is there anything that could be improved? Write your feedback in the comments section.
Who are we?
Queen Checkmate is the most visited chess club in your country.
This club was founded 20 years ago by our famous chess player David O’Connor.
Here are also some other famous chess players, but you will meet them if you come to join us!
Who can join?
New members of all ages and strengths are always welcome in this small and friendly chess club.
Anyone wishing to apply to become our member and friend should come on next Saturday, and your entry will cost you one game of chess, or you should call us at the following number:
Why join the club?
Chess is an unusual game where you always devote all your attention to being precise and organised in a short period of time.
One of the most popular features of our club is our coaching programme for juniors from 7 to 15 years old.
We also have a lot of experienced players who are always on hand to give advice to less experienced players.
Members have opportunity to join in the many social activities run by the leisure centre and we also participate in organizing Internet matches with other chess clubs around the country.
Where and when do we meet?
The club meets every Monday and Friday at 7.30 pm in the city centre.
It doesn’t matter whether you are a beginner or senior, the club regularly provides a range of competitive matches twice a month.
It is good to join this club if you have time.
A big number of fun people who are always ready for a smile and a new chess game are waiting for you!