Learning Russian – cycling information (homework)

Last one of these, my tutor away at the moment.

My town is part of the ‘Ride London’ bike race even though it’s outside London.

Мой город в ‘Ride London’ велогонке хотя это не Лондоне.

It goes up Box Hill, into the town centre then back to London.

Велогонка едеть наверх ‘Вox Hill’ холме влиз в центре и потомна лондоне.

I saw some of the riders. It was raining but several people were near the station to cheer the riders.

Я увидел некоторы велосепедисти идёт дождь но люди смотрели и бодрившей около воксал.

One man was using a megaphone. The cyclists were not together – in small groups so you kept hearing him shouting the same thing.

Мужуина кричал с мегафоном. Велосепедисти не вместе – на маленкий групме. Каждий раз он кричал одно и то же.

He worked at the station. One of his colleagues said he sounded like a cow moo’ing.

Он работает в вокзале. Коллега сказал он как корова мычат!

He was great and he got a free coffee in the pub.

Он очень здорово и потом он пил весплатно кофе в пивнаяе.

I saw the Olympic cycle race a few years ago which uses the same route (but they go up Box Hill 8 times).

Я увидел велогонка олимпиский некоторые лет назад. Это тоже самое но ‘Box Hill’ холмом восемь раз.

We saw a group of riders with same colour as British team and everyone cheered very loudly. I think the US team were surprised to get such a big welcome but they were around the corner before we understood and everyone went quiet.

Мы смотрели групма со то же цвети как великобританьски групма. Все кричали очень громкий. Я думаю этот суприз для сша грука слушали вольшой приветствовать. Но групка исчезла за углом раньше мы понимали и все тихий.

The loudest cheer was for the last rider.

Громкие аплодисменты для последнй велосепедист.

There are now many cyclists every weekend but there are more hills for walking.

И сейчас много велосипедисти каждие выходние но есть много холмые для прогулок.

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