Extra tasks

Future Tense

  1. You (earn) will earn a lot of money.
  2. You (travel) will travel  around the world.
  3. You (meet) will meet  lots of interesting people.
  4. Everybody (adore) will adore   you.
  5. You (not / have) will not have any problems.
  6. Many people (serve) will serve you.
  7. They (anticipate) will anticipate your wishes.
  8. There (not / be) will not be anything left to wish for.
  9. Everything (be)will be  perfect.
  10. But all these things will happen only (happen / only) if you marry me.

    Present Tense

  11. I / to collect stamps — 
  12. we / to play card games -play card games.
  13. he / to read comics — reads comics
  14. Chris /to sing in a band — Chris sings in a band
  15. we / to have a hamster — we  have a hamster .
  16. Andy and John / to like cola -Andy and John  like cola
  17. she / to be nice — she is nice
  18. they / to help their parents — they  help their parents
  19. the children / to speak English — the children speak English
  20. I / to buy a newspaper every Saturday -I  buy a newspaper every Saturday

Past tense

  1. he / the question / answer-he answered the question
  2. you / a question / askyou asked  a question
  3. the dog / bark- the dog  barked
  4. they / us / call -they called us
  5. we / a mountain / climb-we climbed a mountain
  6. we / in London / live-we lived in London
  7. I / hungry / be-I was hungry
  8. they / a hamster / have- they had a hamster
  9. he / to school / go-he went to school

English

A mouse and a frog were friends. Every morning the frog would hop out of his pond and go to visit his friend.

The mouse enjoy in his friend’s company didn’t no that the friend was slowly turning into an enemy. The frog felt slighted because though he visited the mouse everyday, the mouse on his part, had never made an didn’t wont to visit him.

When it was time for him to take leave of the mouse, he tied one end of a string around his own leg, tied the other end to the mouse’s tail, and hopped away, dragging the hapless mouse behind him.

The frog dived deep into the pond. The mouse tried to free himself but couldn’t, and soon drowned. His bloated body floated to the top.

A hawk saw the mouse floating on the pond’s surface. The frog, of course, was hauled out of the water too. He couldn’t and the hawk soon put an end to his struggles.

In Africa they have a saying: ‘Don’t dig too deep a pit for your enemy, you may fall into it yourself’.

English

What is the best gift you have ever get or given someone?

The my favourite present was silver necklece.

What is a cherished /նվիրական/ family tradition from your childhood?

Did you have a real tree or a fake tree when you were little?

 When did you find out the truth about Santa?

Who decorates the Christmas tree?

Do you prefer giving gifts or getting gifts?

What food do you have for Christmas, what do you like the best?

What’s your favorite holiday song?

Do you usually put a star or an angel on top of the tree?

When was the last time you built a snowman?

What’s your favorite holiday movie?

Was Christmas your favorite holiday as a kid?

Finish this thought, “It wouldn’t be Christmas without _____.”

English

Who was Robin Hood?
He took money from rich men and gave it to poor.

Was Robin an archer or a shooter?

He was a archer.

What was he doing?

He took money from rich men and gave it to poor.

Why he was famous?

He was very intelligent robber.

Who was Maid Marian?

She was Robin’s lover.

Why the forests were dangerous?
The forests were dangerous because there were many outlaws and criminals.

Who wanted to catch Robin Hood?

The Sheriff of Nottingham wanted to catch Robin Hood.

Can you describe Robin Hood?
Robin Hood was very clever and had a sense of humor.