Read the text about club culture in Britain.
Рис. \(1\). Clubbing
Clubbing is a pretty popular pastime in the UK. Teenagers and young adults go to clubs in the evening, after hanging out with friends at home or in a café. Sometimes clubbers have to queue up for a long time before going inside.
There is usually a large space for a dancefloor inside the club. The genres of music played by DJs can vary from club to club, but generally it's all kinds of electronic dance music. Interesting that Brits usually clap after DJ sets.
People wear special clothes when go clubbing. It's usually something light and comfortable to dance in.
There's almost always a bar in clubs, but the ID is required to buy drinks. Legal age of adulthood is eighteen in most countries (in some it's twenty one), so you need to be over eighteen to order drinks.
There is usually a bouncer who stands in front of the club, check IDs, collects the entrance fees and prevent troublemakers from going inside the club.
Write true or false:
1. There is usually a small space for a dancefloor inside the club.
2. Brits usually clap after DJ sets.
3. There is usually a bouncer who stands in front of the club, check IDs, collects the entrance fees and invites troublemakers to go inside the club.
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