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He eats as much as no one can.

He ate a lot of fish.

He ate a lot of meat.

He ate a lot of ice cream and sweets.

He ate a lot of porridge and ten eggs.

And all the cookies Mother had.

He drank a lot of juice, he ate a cake.

Then he said, I have a stomachache.

Why did he have a stomachache?

He ate a lot of fish.

He ate a lot of meat.

He ate a lot of ice cream and sweets.

He ate a lot of porridge and ten eggs.

And all the cookies Mother had.

He drank a lot of juice, he ate a cake.

Thats why he had a stomachache.

 



 

*****

 


What do you like for breakfast, Lee?

I like two eggs, some milk and tea.

What do you like for lunch, Kate?

I like a plate of soup, some fish and cake.

What do you like for dinner, Pete?

I like potatoes, soup and meat.

What do you like for supper, Sam?

I like some cheese, some bread and ham.

We often go shopping, me and Ted.

We often buy sugar, butter and bread.

We often buy sausage, ham and cheese.

We often buy carrots, cabbage and peas.


 

*****


Have you ever had a hotdog

With mustard and mayonnaise?

Have you ever had a hotdog

With pepper and salt?

With mustard and mayonnaise?

With cabbage and pickles?

Have you ever had a hotdog

With pepper and salt?

With mustard and mayonnaise

And lettuce and onions.

With mustard and mayonnaise

With cabbage and pickles?

With mustard and mayonnaise?

With pepper and salt?



Shopping. Clothes

What do you wear on your head? - A hat.

What do you wear on your hands? Gloves.

What do you wear on your feet? - Shoes and socks, shoes and socks.

What do you wear on your neck? - A scarf.

What do you wear on your back? - A jacket.

What do you wear on your feet? - Shoes and socks, shoes and socks.

What do you wear when it's hot? - Shorts.

What do you wear when it's cold? A coat.

What do you wear when it's rainy? - A raincoat and boots, a raincoat and boots.

What do you wear to the beach? - A swimsuit.

What do you wear to the park? - Shorts and T-shirts.

What do you wear to the forest? - Jeans and sneakers, jeans and sneakers.

Hobbies


 

Plant a tree

I plant a tree

As small as the twig

And I beside it very big.

A few years pass;

And now the tree

 

 

Looks down on very little me.

A few years more it is so high,

Its branches sum

To touch the sky.

I didnt know that

It would be

So vast a thing to plant a tree.


 

 

******


Books are full of many things

That Id like to know.

Books are full of greatest men

That Id like to be.

 

Everybody has a hobby

And we've got a common one.

English does attract us

More than stamps and actors.

And it is great fun!


 

Mother Natures Son.

by John Lennon and Paul McCartney

Born a poor young country boy, Mother Natures Son.

All day long Im sitting singing songs for everyone.

Sit beside a mountain stream, see her waters rise.

Listen to the sound of pretty music as she flies.

Do do do do do do do do do do

Do do dodo do do do do do do

Find me in a field of grass. Mother Natures son.

Swaying daisies sing a lazy song beneath the sun

Do do do do do do do do do do

Do do do do do do do do

Mm mm mm ah wa-wa-wa

Mother Natures Son

*****

 

Take me back to Book Land


Please, take me back to Book Land,

Everyone's happy there.

It's more than a girl's and boy's land.

Where dreams just like books can be shared.

If you believe in Book Land,

Believe in things that you cannot see.

All the world would become a Joy Land,

What a wonderful world this would be!


*****

Magic Library


Take a book from any shelf.

Take a look inside and see:

Every page will cast a spell

For it's a magic library.

Pick a book about a pup,

Or one about a pirate crew,

When the book is opened up

It will come to life with you.

Come along! Come along!

And follow me into the magic library.

Come to where it's fun to be.

Follow me into the magic library.


 

(A Gold's Garden of Verses)

By Robert Louis Stevenson

*****

Id like to teach the world to sing


I'd like to build the world a home

And furnish it with love,

Grow apple-trees, and honey bees,

And snow-white turtles doves.

I'd like to teach the world to sing

In perfect harmony,

I'd like to hold it in my arms

And keep it company.

I'd like to see the world for once

All standing hand in hand,

And hear their echo through the hills

For peace throughout the land.


***

We shall do much in the years to come,

But what have we done today?

We shall give our gold in a princely sum,

But what have we given today?

We shall lift the heart and dry the tear,

We shall plant a hope in the place of fear,

We shall speak the words of love and cheer,

But what have we spoken today?

We shall be so kind in the after while.

But have we been today?

We shall bring to each lonely life a smile

But what have we brought today? We shall give to truth a grander birth,

And to steadfast faith a deeper worth,

We shall feed the hungering souls of earth,

But whom have we fed today?

We shall reap such joys in the by and by.

But what have we shown today?

We shall build us mansions in the sky,

But what have we built today?

'Tis sweet in the idle dreams to bask;

But here and now, do we do our task?

Yet, this is the thing our souls must ask,

What have we done today?

 

 

What is the art of living?

By Emily Matthews


Taking time to smell the flowers,

Counting joys instead of hours.

Delighting in the simplest things,

Letting all your thoughts have wings,

Feeling peaceful deep inside,

Facing everything in stride,

Balancing both work and play,

Learning all along the way...

Moving toward a dream or goal,

Nurturing your heart and soul,

Showing others that you care,

Finding beauty everywhere,

Understanding true success,

Choosing love and happiness,

Sharing with a special friend,

Enjoying all that life can send


England

England. With all the faults, I love the still,

I said at Calais, and have not forgotten it.

I like the taxes, when they are not too many;

I like a sea coal fire, when not too dear;

1 like a beef steak, too, as well as any;

Have no objection to a pot of beer;

I like the weather when it is not rainy,

That is, I like two months of every year.

Breathes there a man with soul so dead.

Who never to himself has said,

This is my own, my native land.

Whose heart has within him burned

From As home his footsteps he has turned,

Wandering on a foreign strand.

George Gordon Byron

*****

Ukraine

My land is so beautiful and free Ukraine

Ukraine, the dearest land I can see!

When down the river I go boating

And birds are flying high above

I hear a song, and it is flowing

To those trees, the land I love.

*****

Love your dear Motherland.

Love it with your whole heart.

Love Ukraine when the days are happy,

Love it when they are dark.

My Favourite Subject. Learning English

Learning English, learning English,

Thats the hobby that we share.

We are fond of learning English

Which is spoken everywhere.

Lessons


We learn such lots of things at school,

And new ones every day;

I think the names of some of them

Are very hard to say.

If people say arithmetic

Is hard, I dont agree:

For if you know your tables,

Its as plain as ABC.

Geographys about the world,

Its interesting to me.

Because I like to hear about

The land across the sea.

But reading is the best of all,

For readings like a key

That opens many, many doors;

It opens books for me.

And when I reach the upper school,

I'll learn, when I am big,

Geometry and algebra,

And something queer called trig.


 

*****


Learn, learn, learn the words,

Every day I say.

Practice reading, writing, speaking

English every day.

Write, write, write the words,

Try to spell them right

Practice reading, writing, speaking

English every night.

Read, read, read the words,

Study what I say.

Practice reading, writing, speaking

English every day.

 

The school has doors that open wide,

And friendly teachers wait inside.

Hurry, hurry, lets come in,

For soon the lesson will begin.

Every morning we go to school,

Our school is beautiful,

The lessons begin at half past eight,

And we are ready to read, and translate.

 


 

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