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Revision1

Read the text and do the tasks.

The park

Jim had a big brother. His name was Sam. Sam was 11 years old. Jim liked to spend time with his brother. They always had a lot of fun together. Jim wanted to go with Sam to the park.

“Can we go to the park?” said Jim.

“Okay. We can go to the park. But we need to ask Mum,” said Sam.

Jim and Sam went to see Mum.

“Mum, can Sam and I go to the park?” Jim said to Mum.

Mum looked out the window at the blue sky. “I would like to go to the park, too. Let’s see if Dad wants to go to the park, too,” said Mum.

Jim, Sam and Mum went to see Dad.

“Dad, do you want to come to the park with Mum, Sam and me?” Jim said to Dad.

Dad looked out of the window. “Let’s all go to the park!” Dad said. Jim put on his hat, and off they went.

Պատասխանիր հարցերին/Answer the questions.

  • Who is Jim’s brother?

His name was Sam.

  • Where did Jim want to go?

 Jim wanted to go with Sam to the park.

  • Who did Jim ask last?

 Jim said to Dad.

  • Why did Mum and Dad want to go?

Because it was good weather

  • What did Jim do at the end?’

Jim put on his hat, and off they went.

  • Why do you think Sam said, ‘We need to ask Mum?

Could their mother not let them go?

  • Կարմիր գույնով նշված նախադասությունները գրիր ապառնի ժամանակով/Write sentences in red in the Future Tense.

Sam was 11 years old.-Sam will was 11 years old.

Jim and Sam went to see Mum.-Jim and Sam will go to see Mum.

  • Կանաչ գույնով նշված նախադասությունները գրիր ներկա անորոշ ժամանակաձևով/ Write sentences in green in Present Simple Tense

Mum looked out the window at the blue sky.-Mum look out the window at the blue sky.

 Jim said to Dad.-Jim say to Dad

  • Կապույտով նշված նախադասությունները գրիր ներկա շարունակական ժամանակաձևով/ Write sentences in blue in Present Continuous Tense. 

Dad looked out of the window-Dad look out of the window now.

Jim put on his hat-Jim put on his hat now.

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It is a story about butterfly with magic wings

Տեքստից դուրս գրել ածականները և այդ ածականները օգտագործելով գրիր պատում, վերնագրիր այսպես՝ “It is a story about…..”
Small, helpless, happy, very, beautiful, much, sad, peace, hurriedly, simply.

It is a story about butterfly with magic wings
Once upon a time there was a small forest, in that forest lived many helpless, angry and sad animals. One day in the forest flew the beautiful butterfly and brought with her magic wings, peace and happiness. All animals hurriedly become very strong and beautiful, like a butterfly that simply flew in the forest.

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KING ALFRED

  1. Why are many stories and legends told about Alfred the Great?
    There are many books about him, because he created the first schools.
    2. Why didn’t the Queen give the book to her sons?
    Queen Osburga did not give his sons, because they first learn to read and write․
    3. Why was Alfred able to claim his prize?
    Alfred able to claim his prize because he the first learn to read and write․
    4. Why did Alfred encourage people to study in schools?
    Were to be educated.
    5. Why did people call their King, Alfred the Great?
    He was known as a just and fair ruler.
Շարունակել կարդալ “KING ALFRED”
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Which is more foolish?

Which is more foolish?

Կարդա տեքստը, դուրս գրիր անծանոթ բառերը և կատարիր առաջադրանքերը։

  1. Կապույտ գույնով նշված նախադասությունները գրիր ներկա և  ապառնի ժամանակաձևերով։
    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.
    Farmer Jones wants to buy some things at a store. The storekeeper has a lot of bicycles in the store and he wants to sell one to the farme.
    Farmer Jones will buy some things at a store.
Շարունակել կարդալ “Which is more foolish?”
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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.”