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37791066 281124195980914 6929421280982597632 nNarva Central Library American Space and the U.S. Embassy film series.
Walt Disney’s “The Lion King” (1994, 88 minutes).
Saturday, September 22, at 12:00 PM at Narva Central Library (Malmi 8).

This American Classic produced by Walt Disney Pictures is one of the most aggrandized animated films of all time. Nearly every American child has seen this film! Why is the Lion King one of the best movies ever made? The Lion King became the highest grossing animated film ever in June of 1994. It then received two Golden Globe Awards, two Academy Awards, and was named Best Original Score for its outstanding music. In 2011, TIME Magazine name The Lion King one of the top 25 films of all time. Later in 2016, the U.S. Library of Congress even selected the film to be preserved in the United Stated National Film Registry for its cultural, historical, and aesthetic significance. 



Каждый американский инфопункт получил с помощью посольства коллекцию из примерно 500 новых томов справочной, художественной и научной литературы, которые охватывают широкий диапазон американской культуры и истории. На сегодняшний день коллекция выросла до 900 единиц.
Кроме того, каждый инфопункт подписывается на американские периодические издания, а также имеет коллекцию видео кассет и DVD дисков классики американского кинематографа и музыки. Посольство регулярно проводит различные мероприятия, лекции, конференции, курсы и мастер-классы в этих инфопунктах.
25 января 2011 г. был открыт четвертый инфопункт в Эстонии, который разместился в Информационном центре северо-американских университетов работающим вот уже 20 лет при библиотеке Тартуского университета. Работу тартуского американского уголка финансирует Отдел по связям с общественностью Посольства США

Narva American Space was opened on 24th March in 2004, in collaboration with the U.S. Embassy.The American Space program in Narva is a unique partnership between the American Embassy and making information about the United States available to visitors. The Embassy stocks a dedicated area of the host library with print and audio-visual materials about the United States as well as audio-visual and computer equipment. The library provides coordinator to oversee this collection and to organize events to learn about the U.S. and the world.

Corner attracts users through programs and activities that include lectures, film showings, exhibits, conferences, seminars, workshops, discussion clubs, English-language classes, TOEFL tests, holiday celebrations, and more.
The collection includes reference books, works of fiction, government publications, CD-ROMs and video collection of documentaries and classic American films. American Corner also provides computers with guided Internet access, as well as audio and video materials and CD-ROMs.
The library also receives a grant for furniture and equipment, including computers with Internet access, a printer, copier, TV, a DVD player, iPad and e-readers.
Welcome to American corner’s English club to improve your better communications skills.

American Club

American Club 2014-2015 Program (PDF)

American Club 2015-2016 Program (PDF)

Sessions 2014 : 24.10, 31.10, 7.11, 21.11, 5.12, 19.12;

Sessions 2015 : 16.01, 30.01, 6.02, 20.02, 6.03, 20.03, 10.04, 24.04, 8.05, 15.05;

Season 2016: 28.09, 12.10, 19.10, 9.11, 23.11, 7.12;

Season 2017: 11.01, 25.01, 08.02, 22.02, 15.03, 29.03, 5.04, 19.04, 03.05;

Season 2018: 10.01, 24.01, 07.02, 21.02; 14.03, 11.04, 25.04, 02.05.



28.09.16 “What did you do last summer? Did you enjoy your holiday? Why? Why not? What was the weather like?” (discussion, conversation). Past Simple. Irregular verbs. Numbers around us (revising, listening).

12.10.16 “I feel happy if….. / I feel worried if “ (conversational game). Ritz. Quiz. Have and have got. 'Food for thought'. Some /any / much / many / a lot of.

19.10.16 Places (vocabulary). Hotel services and facilities (vocabulary) ‘Hotel presentation’ game. 'Food for thought'. Diets and health (discussion). My typical diet (conversation).

09.11.16 'A nice place to work' (talking about obligation). Clothes (American and British words). Present and past obligation with have / had to. “All my have - tos’’ (conversational game).

23.11.16 'Mumbai soap'. Future predictions with will / won't (conversation). 'Camden market'. Adjectives for places and objects; transport. Superlatives. 'The best place for me' (describing places, conversations)

07.12.16 Travelling. Transport. I prefer travelling by… (conversation). Checking in at an airport (role-play).'On the move'. Present perfect with so far / already / yet. Preparing to travel (conversation).

11.01.17 ‘New Year’s traditions and celebration in my country’ vocabulary(review). Past simple (review). ‘My last New Year’s celebration’ (conversations). Talking about future plans. The future with ‘be going to’. The future with future simple. ‘New Year’s Resolutions’ vocabulary. ‘My New Year’s Resolutions’(conversations). Future predictions with will won’t. ‘Mumbai soap’ (predictions)

25.01.17 Small talk (types of weather vocabulary review). Places in and around the city vocabulary review. ‘My favourite places in town’ (conversations). ‘The message behind the ad’. Adjectives to describe advertised products review. First conditional (if + present simple +will). Talking about future possibility (conversations). Describing past events in stories. Past simple and past continuous. The story of Grace. Telling stories (chain game).

08.02.17 Past Simple and Past Continuous (revision). Regular and irregular verbs (revision).Describing past events in stories . The story of Grace (retelling). Famous love stories :’Romeo and Juliet’ (retelling).

Types of films (vocabulary revision). ‘It was so funny’. Emphasising feelings and opinions. Adjectives and their opposites. Reading: A cartoon. So + adjective / such + noun. Special experiences (dialogues in pairs).

22.02.17 Talking about career preferences. Jobs (vocabulary revision). Like + - ing and would like + infinitive with to. An unusual job. Asking questions. Regular activities, verb + noun combinations. Subject and non-subject questions, present simple. Home routines.

15.03.17 Australian barbecue. Planned and spontaneous decisions. Food (vocabulary revision). Talking about the future with going to and will (revision). Planning a meal (conversation). ‘How rude!’ Table manners vocabulary. Asking for , giving and refusing permission. Questionnaire on manners. Making and responding to requests (conversation). Problem solving. Suggesting solutions to problems. Nouns and verbs, word building.  Making and responding to suggestions (conversation).

29.03.17 Made in the USA. Describing the origines of products. Materials and possessions. Present simple passive. Describing objects. ‘The art of crime’ Describing a crime. Crime (vocabulary). Theft of the Mona Lisa. Past simple passive. Discussing a famous crime.

05.04.17 Smart agreements. Expressing obligation and prohibition. Verb +noun combinations. Pre-nuptial agreements. Have to / don’t have to / mustn’t. Making a smart agreement ( conversational game).Irritating illnesses. Describing how you feel. Medical symptoms, the body (vocabulary). Body parts (vocabulary revision).Adjectives ending in – ed and – ing. A visit to the doctor (dialogue with a partner).

19.04.17 Changing rooms. Talking about changes you can see. Furniture and fittings (vocabulary). Parts of the house (vocabulary). Present Perfect to describe present result. Identifying and describing  changes (conversation). Green card. Talking about immigration. Applying for a green card. Present perfect with for / since. An immigration interview (conversational game).

03.05.17 What would you do for love? Talking about imaginary situations (1). Verbs and their opposites. Would + infinitive (without to). Questionnaire on ‘What would you do?’  Zero and first conditionals revision (conversations). Celebrate. Talking about imaginary situations (2). Parties. Reading: It’s party time. Second conditional (if +past simple + would / could). Conversations .

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