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  21 февраля 2010   3119  |  0
Books in my lifeТопик на английском языке "Books in my life" помоет рассказать о литературных пристрастиях.

A book is one of the greatest wonders of world. Why are so many people fond of reading? The world of books is full of wonders.

 

Together with the characters of books you can find yourself in different and countries, have a lot of adventures.


  20 февраля 2010   10364  |  0
Английские песни. Песня мамеЗамечательная песня для мамы на английском языке

Mother, Mommy, Mama, Mom


Mother, Mommy, Mama, Mom.
Mother, Mommy, Mama, Mom.
She's my mother.
She's my mommy.
She's my mama.
She's my mom.

  20 февраля 2010   5752  |  0
Английские песни. Как у тебя дела?Очень хорошая и простая для запоминания песня на английском языке

"How are you?"
by Richard Graham.


Hello, how are you?
Hello, how are you?
Hello, how are you?
Hello, how are you?

  20 февраля 2010   9457  |  0
Английские песни. Песня про кошкуДетская песенка про кошку очень понравится Вашему ребенку.

I bought a pretty cat


I bought a pretty cat
My cat pleased me
I fed my cat under that old tree
My cat says ‘Fiddle-I-fee!’

  20 февраля 2010   13618  |  0
Английские песни. Как тебя зовут?Эта детская песня поможет вашим детям научиться здороваться и говорить как тебя зовут

What's your name?
by Richard Graham

What's your name?
What's your name?
What's your name?

(clap, clap)

What's your name?
What's your name?
What's your name?

  17 февраля 2010   6310  |  0
Сказка для детей Г.Х.Андерсена «Рассказы солнечного луча»Сказка Hans Christian Andersen "Sunshine Stories"  на английском и русском языках.

NOW I am going to tell a story,” said the Wind. 

“Excuse me,” said the Rain, “but now it is my turn—, you have been howling round the corner as hard as ever you could, this long time past.” 

“Is that your gratitude toward me?” said the Wind. 

  17 февраля 2010   4130  |  0
Andersen «The Butterfly»Сказка H. Ch. Andersen "The Butterfly" на английском языке с переводом на русский.

There was once a butterfly who wished for a bride, and, as may be supposed, he wanted to choose a very pretty one from among the flowers. He glanced, with a very critical eye, at all the flower-beds, and found that the flowers were seated quietly and demurely on their stalks, just as maidens should sit before they are engaged;

  17 февраля 2010   2739  |  0
Г.Х.Андерсен «Ребячья болтовня»Children's Prattle - сказка Г.Х.Андерсена на английском.

At a rich merchant's house there was a children's party, and the children of rich and great people were there. The merchant was a learned man, for his father had sent him to college, and he had passed his examination. His father had been at first only a cattle dealer, but always honest and industrious, so that he had made money, and his son, the merchant, had managed to increase his store. Clever as he was, he had also a heart; but there was less said of his heart than of his money.

  17 февраля 2010   4050  |  0
Сказка Г.Х.Андерсена «Свинья-копилка»Сказка на английском языке Hans Christian Andersen "The Money-Box"

In a nursery where a number of toys lay scattered about, a money-box stood on the top of a very high wardrobe. It was made of clay in the shape of a pig, and had been bought of the potter. In the back of the pig was a slit, and this slit had been enlarged with a knife, so that dollars, or crown pieces, might slip through; and, indeed there were two in the box, besides a number of pence.

  17 февраля 2010   4860  |  0

Hans Christian Andersen «The Snow Man»Сказка Hans Christian Andersen "The Snow Man".

IT is so delightfully cold,” said the Snow Man, “that it makes my whole body crackle. This is just the kind of wind to blow life into one. How that great red thing up there is staring at me!” He meant the sun, who was just setting. “It shall not make me wink. I shall manage to keep the pieces.” 

He had two triangular pieces of tile in his head, instead of eyes; his mouth was made of an old broken rake, and was, of course, furnished with teeth. He had been brought into existence amidst the joyous shouts of boys, the jingling of sleigh-bells, and the slashing of whips. The sun went down, and the full moon rose, large, round, and clear, shining in the deep blue.