In the last May-June edition of ‘the Crown’ Magazine we focused on the subject of holidays. Practising usage of different forms of expressing the future we talked about our plans for holidays this year. In the first article a teenager from the UK wrote how he usually spends his summer break. We compared it to our holiday habits and everybody got excited to find out that holidays in Poland are two weeks longer than in the UK. Next, we did a quiz ‘How to survive in Britain?’ It occurred we knew quite a lot about English culture, customs, do’s and don’ts. For example, we know that in Britain cars move on the left side of the road, the weather is rather rainy and Britons drink tea with milk. At the end of the lesson, in groups of four, we prepared clues for foreigners coming to Poland.