Once upon a time . . . there was a large tabby cat which, from the minute she arrived at the farm, spread terror among the mice that lived in the cellar. Nobody dared go outside for fear of falling into the clutches of the awful cat. The fast-shrinking mouse colony decided to hold a conference to seek a way of stopping themselves from becoming extinct. Taking advantage of the cat's absence one day, mice of all ages streamed into the conference room. And certain that they could solve the matter, each one put forward a suggestion, but none of the ideas were really practical. "Let's build an outsize trap," one mouse suggested. When this idea was turned down, another said: "What about poisoning her?" But nobody knew of a poison that would kill cats. One young widow, whose husband had fallen prey to the ferocious cat, angrily proposed: "Let's cut her claws and teeth, so she can do no more harm." But the conference did not approve of the widow's idea. At last, one of the mice, wiser than the rest, scrambled to the top of the lantern that shone over the meeting. Waving a bell, he called for silence: "We'll tie this bell to the cat's tail, so we'll always know where she is! We'll have time to escape, and the slow and weaker mice will hear her coming and be able to hide!" A round of hearty applause met the wise mouse's words, and everyone congratulated him on his original idea. "...We'll tie it so tightly that it will never come off!" ". . . She'll never be able to sneak quietly up on us again! Why, the other day, she suddenly loomed up right in front of me! Just imagine..." However, the wise mouse rang the bell again for sllence "We must decide who is going to tie the bell on the cat's tail," he said. There was not a sound in the room except for a faint murmur: "I can't, because . . " "Not me!" "I'd do it willingly,but . . ." "Neither can I . . ." "Not me!" "Not me!" Nobody wasbrave enough to come forward to put the plan into action, and the conference of the mice ended without any decision being made. It's often very easy to have bright ideas, but putting them into practice is a more difficult matter...
On April 22, from 9 till 11 The Earth Day in our country, in Bangladesh, in our educational garden, we’ll hold together, as a plenary, as a start of Eco tour 2016՝ the annual review of public environmental projects.
<<I am holding my part of sky>>
The lark is afraid, that the sky will fall down, so it lays down with the legs up to the sky.
The passers ask
-What are you doing?
-I am holding the sky.
-Poor sparrow, how can you hold the sky?
I am holding my part of sky.
The nature is the eternal model of art.
The students must wear
the parents’ clothes, shoes, hats, slippers, scarves, high heels, glasses, necklaces …..
- Show+ sport demonstrative exercises
- Imaginal salad
- Environment, tree visiting cards
- Breakfast in the open air
Թարգմանությունը՝ Նելլի Արղությանի բլոգից /5-2 դասարան Առնո Բարզեգար/
Earth Day is an annual event created to celebrate the planet’s environment and raise public awareness about pollution. The day, marked on April 22, is observed worldwide with rallies, conferences, outdoor activities and service projects.
The first Earth Day was in 1970. Nelson, after seeing the damage done by a 1969 massive oil spill in Santa Barbara, California, was inspired to organize a national “teach-in” that focused on educating the public about the environment.
This Earth Day and beyond, let’s make big stuff happen. Let’s plant many trees, flowers for the Earth.
On April 22,1970, 20 million Americans took to the streets, parks, and auditoriums to demonstrate for a healthy, sustainable environment in massive coast-to-coast rallies.
Today, the fight for a clean environment continues with increasing urgency, as the ravages of climate change become more manifest every day. We invite you to New School to be a part of Earth Day.
Let’s start now. And let’s not stop.
The lion, the dog and the fox decided to help each other to get food. One day they caught a pig, sheep and a cow. The lion said to the dog, ‘’ We are three here. We must have dinner. What will each of us have to eat?
The dog said, ‘’ You must have the cow because it is the biggest. The fox can have the sheep because it is the smallest. I’ll take the pig’’.
The lion did not like this and he killed the dog. Then he asked the fox the same questions. The fox said,’’ The cow is for you, the pig is for your wife, and the sheep is for your children’’.
The lion was glad. He asked the fox, ‘’ Who has taught you to give the correct answer?’’
The fox turned to the lion and said, ‘’ I learned my lesson from the dog’’.
Catch (caught)- բռնել
To be glad-ուրախ լինել
- What did the animals decide to do?
- What did they catch?
- What did the dog say?
- What did the fox say?
- Did the lion like the fox’s answer?
A few is more than few.
|We use a few and few + a plural countable noun.||few people, few books, few letters
a few people, a few books, a few letters
|A few is a positive idea.||Fortunately, our financial situation is good: we still have a few good customers.|
|Few is a negative idea. It means ‘almost none’. We can also use very few.||I’m very sad: I have few good friends.
I’m very sad: I have very few good friends.
(Both these sentences mean ‘I don’t have many good friends – I would like to have more’.)
|A few and few have irregular comparative and superlative forms.||few ⇒ fewer ⇒ the fewest
a few ⇒ more ⇒ the most
A little is more than little.
|We use a little and little + an uncountable noun.||a little time, a little food, a little money, little time, little food, little money|
|A little is a positive idea. It means ‘not much, but some’.||I can help you: I speak a little English.|
|Little is a negative idea. It means ‘nearly none, nearly nothing’. We can also use very little.||I can’t help you. I speak little English.
I can’t help you. I speak very little English.Both these sentences mean ‘My English isn’t good; I would like to speak English better’.
|A little and little have irregular comparative and superlative forms.||little ⇒ less ⇒ the least
a little ⇒ more ⇒ the most