There weren’t many buildings left after the Great Fire of London.
Walt Disney studied at art school in New York.
Were you asleep all morning?
The baker put some fresh bread in the oven.
I usually write with a ball-point pen.
Shakespeare was born on 1 April 1564.
Jukkasjärvi has become a tourist centre.
They were sailing on a big boat.
Brandy is an alcoholic drink.
He walked across the bridge.
We are going to build an igloo in the snow.
Pepys buried things in his garden.
My friend always puts butter on her toast.
You can drive up the mountain in a car.
The fire was close to the church.
Samuel Pepys described the fire in his famous diary.
Christopher Wren designed St Paul's Cathedral.
The fire destroyed many famous buildings.
Samuel Pepys wrote about the fire in his diary.
The family had a lucky escape from the fire. / People left the city to escape the Great Fire of London.
On the first night, the temperature was -31˚C.
The candle's flame burned brightly.
Gill Brown travelled to the Arctic for charity.
Flying in a helicopter was really exciting!
I put the clothes in his drawer.
The fire reached tall buildings full of inflammable things.
Edison invented the lightbulb.
The cathedral was completed 35 years later.
Luckily, the fire didn't cross the river.
ein Telefonat führen
I made a phone call to my friend.
Pepys and his wife left their home in their nightclothes.
Oil is very flammable.
Kristin is returning to Switzerland on 31st August.
He saw houses on fire.
I have to pack my suitcase.
The animator uses the storyboard to plan the film.
William Caxton printed the first book in English in 1475.
The train takes a very long time to reach the top of the mountain.
We're returning to the hotel at 5.30pm.
You can see lots of smoke from the fire.
They're going to have a tour of the film studio.
I like sugar on my pancakes.
Disneyland was one of the world's first theme parks.
Walk down James street and then turn left.
When she arrived in New York, she couldn't find her passport.
The wind quickly carried the flames to the River Thames.