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The Musicians of Bremen

բռեմեն     Master: Look at my donkey. It was good and strong. It could carry heavy bags with flour. But now it is old. It can’t work. Go away!

Donkey: What shall I do?… I’ll find a new house.

Donkey: What’s the matter, Doggy?
Dog: I helped the hunter. I ran in the forest and in the field. But now I’m old. He wanted to kill me, and I ran away.
Donkey: Let’s find a new house!
Dog: Good idea!

Dog: What’s the matter, Kitty?
Donkey: Why are you sad?
Cat: I lived on the farm. I caught mice. But now I’m old. What shall I do?
Donkey: Let’s find a new house!
Cat: Good idea!

Cat: What’s the matter, Rooster?
Rooster: doodle-doo! My master wanted to eat me! What shall I do?
Cat: Let’s find a new house!
Rooster: doodle-doo! Good idea!

Rooster: What’s the matter, Hen?

Hens: We are old, and our master wanted to eat us.

Rooster: Let’s find a new house!

Hens: It is a good idea!

 

Rooster: It’s dark!
Cat: I’m thirsty!
Dog: I’m hungry!
Donkey: I’m tired!

Rooster: Look! A light!
Donkey: It’s a house!
Dog: There’s meat!
Cat: There’s milk! Let’s go there!

Donkey: I see the robbers. They are having supper!

Donkey: Meow!
Dog: doodle-doo!
Cat: Bow-wow-wow!
Rooster: Hee-haw!

Robber 1: Oh, It’s a monster!
Robber 2: I’m afraid!
Robber 3: Let’s run away!

Donkey: What a good house!
Dog: Let’s live here!
Cat: Good idea!
Rooster: doodle-doo!

Անծանոթ բառեր

master-տեր

strong-ուժեղ

carry-տանել

heavy-ծանր

flour-ալյուր

caught-catch-բռնել

robber-ավազակ

good idea-լավ միտք

meat-միս

I’m tired-հոգնած եմ

find-գտնել

light-լույս

forest- անտառ

field-դաշտ

 

 

 

 

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The Biscuit Boy

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Author: Grandfather and grandmother live in a little house.

Grandpa: Oh, I’m hungry!
Granny: I’ll make a biscuit boy.
Grandpa: Good idea!

Granny: Here’s the biscuit boy.
Grandpa: Oh, it can run! Catch him!

Man: Run, run, as fast as you can!
Biscuit boy: You can’t catch me, I’m the biscuit boy.

Author: They see a rabbit.

Grandpa: Hello, Rabbit!
Rabbit: Hello! Can I help you?
Granny: Yes! Can you catch the biscuit boy?
Rabbit: All right, I’ll try.

Man: Run, run, as fast as you can!
Biscuit boy: You can’t catch me, I’m the biscuit boy!

Author: They see a wolf.

Grandpa: Hello, Wolf!
Wolf: Hello! Can I help you?
Granny: Yes! Can you catch the biscuit boy!

Wolf: All right, I’ll try.

Man: Run, run, as fast as you can!
Biscuit boy: You can’t catch me, I’m the biscuit boy!

Author: They see a bear.

Grandpa: Hello, Bear!
Bear: Hello! Can I help you?
Granny: Yes! Can you catch the biscuit boy?
Bear: All right, I’ll try.

Man: Run, run, as fast as you can!
Biscuit boy:  You can’t catch me, I’m the biscuit boy!

Author: They see cats.

Cats: Hello, biscuit boy! We want to eat you.

Biscuit boy: Hello, I am a biscuit boy. You can’t catch me.

Author: They see a fox.

Fox: Hello, biscuit boy!

Man: Run, run, as fast as you can!
Fox:  I’m sorry, I can’t hear you. Can you come nearer, please?

Biscuit boy: You can’t catch me, I’m the biscuit boy!
Fox: I’m sorry, I can’t hear you.
Biscuit boy: All right. I am a biscuit boy.

Fox: Now, can you say it again, please?
Man: Run, run, as fast as you can! …

Author: The fox eats the biscuit boy and says.

Fox: Yes, it’s a tasty biscuit boy!

Անծանոթ բառեր

Author-հեղինակ

see- տեսնել

say- ասել

Biscuit boy-գնդիկ բոքոնիկ

I am hungry-սոված եմ

Good idea-լավ միտք է

Catch-բռնել

man- մարդ

fast-արագ

help-օգնել

All right, I’ll try-Շատ լավ, կփորձեմ

eat- ուտել

I can’t hear you. Can you come nearer-Ես քեզ չեմ լսում, կարող ե՞ս ավելի մոտիկանալ

tasty-համեղ

again- նորից

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The Little House

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Mouse: Oh! What a nice house!  …Knock-knock! …Who lives in the house?… Nobody! I think I’ll come in.
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Frog: Knock-knock! Who lives in the house?
Mouse: Hello, I’m a mouse.
Frog: Hello, I’m a frog. May I live in your house?
Mouse: Yes. Come in, please.

2
Rabbit: Knock-knock! Who lives in the house?
Mouse: Hello, I’m a mouse.
Frog: Hello, I’m a frog.
Rabbit: Hello. I’m a rabbit. May I live in your house?
Mouse, Frog: Yes. Come in, please.

3.

Rooster: Who lives in the house?

Mouse: Hello, I’m a mouse.
Frog: Hello, I’m a frog.

Rooster: Hello, I am a Rooster. May I live in your house?
Mouse, Frog,  Rabbit: Yes. Come in, please.

4

Hen: Who lives in the house?

Mouse: Hello, I’m a mouse.
Frog: Hello, I’m a frog.

Rooster: Hello, I am a Rooster.

Hen: Hello, I a hen. May I live in your house?
Mouse, Frog,  Rabbit, Rooster: Yes. Come in, please.

5

Fox: Knock-knock! Who lives in the house?
Mouse: Hello, I’m a mouse.
Frog: Hello, I’m a frog.
Rabbit: Hello. I’m a rabbit.
Fox: Hello, I’m a fox. May I live in your house?
Mouse, Frog, Rabbit: Yes. Come in, please.
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Wolf: Knock-knock! Who lives in the house?
Mouse: Hello, I’m a mouse.
Frog: Hello, I’m a frog.
Rabbit: Hello. I’m a rabbit.
Fox: Hello, I’m a fox.
Wolf: Hello, I’m a wolf. May I live in your house?
Mouse, Frog, Rabbit, Fox: Yes. Come in, please.

7
Bear: Knock-knock! Who lives in the house?
Mouse: Hello, I’m a mouse.
Frog: Hello, I’m a frog.
Rabbit: Hello. I’m a rabbit.
Fox: Hello, I’m a fox.
Wolf: Hello, I’m a wolf.
Bear: And I’m a Big Bear. May I live in your house?
Mouse: Oh, no!
Frog: You are too big!
Rabbit, Fox, Wolf: You can’t live in the house!

Animals: Help, Help!

Անծանոթ բառեր

Who?- ո՞վ

Knock-թակել

Live-ապրել

house-տուն

come in- ներս մտնել

may- կարողանալ

rooster- աքաղաղ, աքլոր

hen- հավ

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Merry Christmas

dd Christmas is the greatest festival of Christians.  It is celebrated on 25th December every year. Jesus Christ was born on this day. People  decorate and illuminate their houses, shops, streets.  Christmas tree  is deco­rated  with lamps and toys and flowers. At night, it looks very beautiful. All the members of the house sit together and sing songs. Children get Christmas gifts . Christmas greetings and beautiful Christ­mas cards are sent to friends and relatives on this occasion. It is a family holiday when everyone is happy.

Christmas Wishes

Bells are ringing and everyone is singing, It’s Christmas! It’s Christmas! Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way, May you be blessed this Christmas with peace and love all day! Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

May you find more smiles on your face this Christmas than ever before! Wishing you and your family a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

May Santa Claus bring you lots of gifts! May your home be filled with peace and bliss!

May your Christmas sparkle with moments of love, laughter and goodwill. And may the year ahead be full of contentment and joy. Have a Merry Christmas.

Wishing you a safe holiday season with the ones you love. Have a Merry Christmas  and Happy New Year.

At Christmas play and make good cheer, For Christmas comes but once a year.

I am dreaming of white Christmas, with every Christmas card I write, May your days be Merry and bright, and May all your Christmases be white. Merry Christmas.

My Christmas wish for you, my friend; Is not a simple one; For I wish you hope and joy and peace; Days filled with warmth and sun.

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The Frog and the Ox An Aesop’s Fable


“Oh Father,” said a little Frog to the big one sitting by the side of a pool, “I have seen such a terrible monster! It was as big as a mountain, with horns on its head, and a long tail, and it had hoofs divided in two.”

“Tush, child, tush,” said the old Frog, “that was only Farmer White’s Ox. It isn’t so big either; he may be a little bit taller than I, but I could easily make myself quite as broad; just you see.” So he blew himself out, and blew himself out, and blew himself out. “Was he as big as that?” asked he.

“Oh, much bigger than that,” said the young Frog.

Again the old one blew himself out, and asked the young one if the Ox was as big as that.

“Bigger, father, bigger,” was the reply.

So the Frog took a deep breath, and blew and blew and blew, and swelled and swelled and swelled. And then he said: “I’m sure the Ox is not as big as this. But at this moment he burst.

Moral of Aesops Fable: Self-conceit may lead to self-destruction

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Mother’s Day

A baby asked God, “They tell me you are sending me to earth tomorrow, but how am I going to live there being so small and helpless?”

“Your angel will be waiting for you and will take care of you.”

The child further inquired, “But tell me, here in heaven I don’t have to do anything but sing and smile to be happy.”

God said, “Your angel will sing for you and will also smile for you. And you will feel your angel’s love and be very happy.”

Again the child asked, “And how am I going to be able to understand when people talk to me if I don’t know the language?”

God said, “Your angel will tell you the most beautiful and sweet words you will ever hear, and with much patience and care, your angel will teach you how to speak.”

“And what am I going to do when I want to talk to you?”

God said, “Your angel will place your hands together and will teach you how to pray.”

“Who will protect me?”

God said, “Your angel will defend you even if it means risking it’s life.”

“But I will always be sad because I will not see you anymore.”

God said, “Your angel will always talk to you about Me and will teach you the way to come back to Me, even though I will always be next to you.”

At that moment there was much peace in Heaven, but voices from Earth could be heard and the child hurriedly asked, “God, if I am to leave now, please tell me my angel’s name.”

“You will simply call her, ‘Mom.’”

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Which is more foolish?

 

Farmer Jones wanted to buy some things at a store. The storekeeper had a lot of bicycles in the store and he wanted to sell one to the farmer. “Look here, farmer Jones,” he said. “I can sell you a very good bicycle and you can ride around your farm on it every day.”

“Oh, no,” said the farmer. “I don’t want a bicycle.  I think a cow is more useful and the price is just the same.”

“But just think,” said the storekeeper, “you can’t ride round the town on a cow. That’s foolish”

“Oh, I don’t know which is more foolish,” answered the farmer with a smile, “to ride on a cow or to milk a bicycle.”

Կարդա տեքստը, դուրս գրիր անծանոթ բառերը և կատարիր առաջադրանքերը։

  1. Կապույտ գույնով նշված նախադասությունները գրիր ներկա ժամանակով։
  2. Գրիր կարմիր գույնով նշված բառերի անցյալը։