Topic 6. Foreign Europe – Workbook 10 class Maksakovskiy (Answers and GDZ)
Task 1. Draw a mental (mental) political map of foreign Europe.
Task 2. Draw on the contour map (Figure 14) the states of foreign Europe and their capitals. How many states in this region of the world? Which of them formed in the late 80’s & mdash; early 90’s. XX century.? Explain the reasons for this phenomenon.
40 states. Germany (the accession of the GDR and West Berlin to the FRG), Serbia, Montenegro, Croatia, Slovenia, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina (after the break-up of Yugoslavia), Czechia and Slovakia (after the division of Czechoslovakia), Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Ukraine, Belarus (after disintegration of the USSR). These countries were formed as a result of the fall of the socialist system.
Task 3. Indicate which of the following countries are constitutional monarchies (choose the line you want):
a) Great Britain, Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Spain;
Task 4. Fill in the table that characterizes the security of the countries of foreign Europe with mineral resources, in the following form:
Enter in the table the names of only those countries that have the largest reserves of listed mineral resources. Draw conclusions:
FRG, France, Great Britain & ndash; The countries of Europe with the largest reserves of mineral resources.
Task 5. Make pairs according to the principle of & laquo; state & mdash; number of its population & raquo ;:
Task 6. Fill in the table & laquo; Three types of national composition of the countries of foreign Europe & raquo; by the following form:
Indicate what kind of national composition prevails in the countries of foreign Europe.
One-national type (most of the peoples of Western Europe belong to the Indo-European language family).
Task 7. What are the states of foreign Europe (without dwarf states) that have:
1) the highest population density – the Netherlands – Western.
2) the lowest population density & ndash; Sweden – North.
3) the highest level of urbanization & ndash; Belgium – Western.
4) the lowest level of urbanization & ndash; Albania – South.
Indicate in which subregions of foreign Europe they are located.
Task 8. Which of the following countries in Western Europe are leading in terms of labor immigration, and which? Mdash; on the proportion of immigrants in the labor force?
The countries of Western Europe leading in terms of labor immigration:
1) Great Britain; 2) France; 3) Germany;
The countries of Western Europe leading in terms of the share of immigrants:
4) Austria; 5) Switzerland; 6) Luxembourg.
Explain the reasons for such leadership.
1. high salary for an hour of work; 2. Relatively free entry to these countries; 3. The development of the economy of these countries.
Task 9. In Figure 15, inscribe the main cities of France by capital letters of their names. Select among them the three largest cities-millionaire (agglomerations).
Paris, Lyon, Marseille.
Task 10. Indicate which countries of foreign Europe are leading in production (extraction):
1) coal – Germany, Poland, Great Britain, Czech Republic.
2) oil – Great Britain, Norway.
3) natural gas & ndash; Netherlands, Norway, United Kingdom, Romania.
4) metal cutting machines & ndash; Germany, Italy, Czech Republic.
5) cars & ndash; Germany, France, Spain.
What conclusions can be drawn from these data?
Leading countries in production (production) are: Germany, Great Britain.
Task 11. In Figure 16, write down the main industrial regions of Germany by capital letters of their names. Select among them the two largest.
Task 12. Identify the crops most characteristic of the two main types of agriculture in overseas Europe, and compile the table in the following form:
Explain the reasons for this specialization of agriculture.
geographical position (natural and climatic conditions, fertility of soils).
Task 13. What are the main seaports of the North Sea:
1) Amsterdam & ndash; Holland.
2) Rotterdam & ndash; Holland.
3) Bergen & ndash; Norway.
5) Antwerp – Belgium.
6) London & ndash; United Kingdom.
In which countries are they located?
Task 14. List the reasons for the aggravation of environmental problems in a foreign Europe:
1) A large number of metallurgical plants.
2) Growing “density & raquo; cars.
3) Extraction of oil and gas on the shelf of the North Sea.
4) Open mining, burning, chemical processing of brown coal.
5) Placing plants, nuclear power plants on the banks of rivers.
6) Long-term industrial development of the territory.
Task 15. Give examples of areas of foreign Europe, belonging to the following types:
1) highly developed area & ndash; London, Paris.
2) old industrial area & ndash; Ruhr area.
3) backward agrarian region – the South of Italy.
4) New development area & ndash; Areas of the North Sea.
Indicate what regional policy is typical for each of these types of areas.
1. London, Paris & ndash; unloading the central parts of the regions;
2. Ruhr area & ndash; an environmental program is being carried out (purification of the Rhine);
3. The South of Italy & ndash; a regional policy aimed at the rise of the South (the construction here of large metallurgical, petrochemical plants and other enterprises).
Task 16. Identify the country by its following characteristics:
1) has no access to the sea;
2) the capital is not the largest city in the country;
3) half of the electricity is generated at the HPP and almost half of the & mdash; at the nuclear power plant;
4) in the industry, precision mechanical engineering, instrumentation, manufacturing of watches, pharmaceuticals are especially developed;
5) is the largest focus of banks and bank capital;
6) maintains a permanent neutrality, joined the UN only in 2002.
Task 17. Identify the following countries:
1. The country located on the peninsula, with its capital being in its center. In the past, she owned a large colonial empire. A constitutional monarchy. It takes the second place in the region in terms of the number of foreign tourists.
2. The most & laquo; long & raquo; a country of foreign Europe with developed shipbuilding, hydropower, fishing, shipping. Relatively new specialization & mdash; production and export of oil and natural gas.
3. A country with a population of 38 million people, which is one-ethnic. The population professes Catholicism. Is allocated on extraction of coal, manufacture of copper, ferrous metals, a sugar beet, a potato.
Task 18. Find out the city:
1) the capital of one of the countries of Northern Europe, located on the island;
2) the capital of the state of Southern Europe, originated in the era of antiquity and named after one of the goddesses;
3) the capital of the island state of Northern Europe, where geothermal heat is used to heat buildings;
4) the capital of one of the countries of Eastern Europe with a population of 2 million people, located on the middle reaches of a large international river;
5) the largest port of Western Europe in terms of cargo turnover, located on one of the branches of a large international river.
Task 19. Define the outline of the countries shown in Figure 17. Write the names of their capitals: