How do I get to?

  1. How do I get to the bank?

Go straight on along Main Road. Turn left at West Street. Then, turn right at Station Road. It is next to the bookshop.

2. How do I get to the school?

Go straight on along Main Road. Go past the bakery and the toy shop. It’s on your right, opposite the red house.

3. Excuse me, how do I get to the pet shop?

Go straight on along Main Road. Turn left at Middle Road. Then, turn right at Station Road. It is next to the post office.

4. How do I get to the train station?

Go straight on along Main Road. Turn left at West Street and go straight on. It is at the end of the street.

How do I get to?

  1. School-դպրոց
  2. Toy shop- խաղալիքների խանութ
  3. Bakery-հացաբուլկեղեն
  4. Library-Գրադարան
  5. Restaurant- Ռեստորան
  6. Museum- Թանգարան
  7. Main road- Գլխավոր ճանապարհ
  8. Book shop- Գրախանութ
  9. Bank- Բանկ
  10. Pet shop- Կենդանիների խանութ
  11. Post office- Փոստ
  12. Train station- Գնացքի կայան
  13. Bus station- Ավտոբուսի կայան
  14. Airport- Օդանավակայան
  15. East Street-Արևելյան փողոց
  16. West Street-Արևմտյան փողոց
  17. How do I get to the____________________?

Go straight on along Main Road. Turn left at West Street. Then, turn right at Station Road. It is next to the bookshop.

2. How do I get to the___________________?

Go straight on along Main Road. Go past the bakery and the toy shop. It’s on your right, opposite the red house.

3. Excuse me, how do I get to the_______________?

Go straight on along Main Road. Turn left at Middle Road. Then, turn right at Station Road. It is next to the post office.

4. How do I get to the___________?

Go straight on along Main Road. Turn left at West Street and go straight on. It is at the end of the street.

Romeo and Juliet

Scene2

Romeo comes forward.

Enter Juliet above.

But soft, what light through yonder window breaks?
It is the East, and Juliet is the sun.
Arise, fair sun, and kill the envious moon.
Be not her maid since she is envious.

It is my lady. O, it is my love!
O, that she knew she were!
She speaks, yet she says nothing. What of that?
Her eye discourses; I will answer it.
I am too bold. This not to me she speaks.
Two of the fairest stars in all the heaven,
Having some business, do entreat her eyes
To twinkle in their spheres till they return.
What if her eyes were there, they in her head?
The brightness of her cheek would shame those stars.
That birds would sing and think it were not night.
See how she leans her cheek upon her hand.
O, that I were a glove upon that hand,
That I might touch that cheek!
JULIET Hey, I am here.
ROMEO, aside She speaks.
O, speak again, bright angel.
As glorious to this night.
JULIET 
O Romeo, Romeo, why are you Romeo?
Deny your father and refuse your name,
Or, if you wilt not, be but sworn my love,
And no longer be a Capulet.
ROMEO, aside
Shall I hear more, or shall I speak at this?
JULIET 
This but your name that is my enemy.
You art yourself, though not a Montague.
What’s Montague? It is nor hand, nor foot,
Nor arm, nor face. O, be some other name
Belonging to a man.
What’s in a name? That which we call a rose
By any other word would smell as sweet.
So Romeo would, were he not Romeo called,
Retain that dear perfection which he owes
Without that title. Romeo, doff your name,
And, for your name, which is no part of thee,
Take all myself.
ROMEO I take you at your word.
Call me but love, and I’ll be new baptized.
Henceforth I never will be Romeo.

Earth international day

Every year on April 22, the days of “Earth” and “Mother Earth” are celebrated all over the world. These are two different international holidays, but the meaning is the same. Different celebrations and actions are organized on this day in different countries. The day was declared by Bolivia on April 22, 2009 at the 63rd session of the UN General Assembly. More than 50 UN member states co-authored the resolution. Miguel d’Escoto, President of the 63rd Session of the General Assembly, stated that the declaration of this International Day in the resolution is a recognition of the fact that the Earth and its Ecosystems provide life for humanity, as well as the affirmation of the commitments made in 1992 in Rio de Janeiro. At the UN Conference on Environment and Development in Janeiro.

ROBIN HOOD AND HIS MERRY MEN

ROBIN HOOD AND HIS MERRY MEN
There are many legends and songs about Robin Hood. The legends say
that he and his three hundred men lived in Sherwood Forest, not far from the
town of Nottingham. His men dressed in green and were good at shooting
with bows and arrows.
Robin Hood and his merry men attacked and robbed the rich and
helped the poor as much as they could.
More than once the Sheriff of Nottingham tried to catch Robin and
his merry men, but he couldn’t. Robin always fooled his enemies.
Once Robin played a trick on one of the Sheriff’s men whom he met in
the forest. The man had orders to arrest Robin Hood. But he did not know
who he was talking to. “Help me to fi nd Robin,” he said to Robin Hood, “and I shall give you half the money that I’ll get for his head.” “All right,” said Robin, “let’s go to
Nottingham. We shall find Robin Hood there. I know him, and I’ll help you to catch him.” When they came to the town, Robin gave the man so much drink that he fell asleep. After that Robin walked off, and the man had to pay the bill.
Some time after, Robin and his friends came to Nottingham to take part in a shooting contest held there by the Sheriff. The prize, an arrow of gold, was for the best shot. Robin, who was dressed like a beggar, won the prize. The next evening as the Sheriff was going to bed, an arrow with a letter on it suddenly whistled through the open window of his bedroom. The Sheriff read, “Thank you for the golden arrow. It was a good prize for my shooting. Robin Hood.”

golden – ոսկեգույն

attacked – հարձակվել է

Shooting- հրաձգություն

I have a golden garment

Dogs attacked me

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Complete the statements correctly.

Robin Hood and his merry men lived in the forest as…….

Robin Hood and his merry men attacked the rich as……..

Once Robin Hood met one of the Sheriff’s men…….

When they came to the town…..

What happened when…? Finish the sentences.

When one of the Sheriff’s men came to the forest …

  1. When Robin came to the town with one of the Sheriff’s men …
  2. When Robin walked off …
  3. When Robin and his merry men came to take part in a shooting
    contest…
  4. When the Sheriff was going to bed …

Things to think about.

  1. The Sheriff couldn’t catch Robin Hood as …
  2. The soldier didn’t know who he was talking to as …
  3. The Sheriff’s soldier had to pay the bill as …
  4. The Sheriff had to give the prize to Robin as …

Must

  1. A. Must I buy this book or that book?
    B. You must buy that book.
    A. Why?
    B. That is more interesting.
  2. A. Must I put on this dress or that dress?
    B. You must buy this dress.
    A. Why?
    B. This is more beautiful.
  3. A. Must I buy the red or the green coat?
    B. You must buy the red coat.
    A. Why?
    B. The red one is prettier.
  4. A. Must I buy these gloves or those gloves?
    B. You must buy those gloves.
    A. Why?
    B. Those are warmer.

The brother Axe

The brother Axe(Կացին ախպերը) by Hovhannes Tumanian

(Simplified version for 3rd, 4th, 5th graders )

ONCE A MAN went to a place(վայր) to find some work. He came to a village(գյուղ) where he saw (տեսավ)people breaking up wood(փայտ)with their hands.

“Brothers,” he said, “why do it with your hands? Don’t you have an axe(կացին)?”

‘‘What’s an axe?” asked the villagers(գյուղացիներ).

The man took his axe from his belt(գոտի), cut the wood. Seeing this, the villagers ran through the village calling:

“Hey, everybody! Come and see what Brother Axe has done!”

The villagers gathered(հավաքվեցին) about the owner of the axe, asked him, gave him valuable gifts(արժեքավոր նվերներ) to take the axe from him.

The first day the king took the axe. As he wanted to cut with an axe, it fell on his foot and cut it. He started to cry with pain.

“Come here, everybody! Brother Axe has bitten(կծել) my foot.”

The villagers began to beat(ծեծել) the axe. Then they began to put it in the fire. The flames(բոցերը) rose high. When the fire had died down(հանգչել), they saw that the axe had turned red.

“Oh!” they cried, “Brother Axe is angry(բարկացել է). Look how red he has turned! What shall we do?

They finally decided(որոշեցին) to throw the axe into prison(բերդ). So they threw it into king’s barn(ամբար). The barn was full of hay(խոտ). As soon as the red-hot axe touched the hay a great fire started.

Terrified(Վախեցած), the villagers ran after its owner, they said, “Come, please, and bring Brother Axe to his senses(Կացին ախպորը խելքի բեր)!”

The brother Axe

The brother Axe(Կացին ախպերը) by Hovhannes Tumanian

(Simplified version for 3rd, 4th, 5th graders )

ONCE A MAN went to a place(վայր) to find some work. He came to a village(գյուղ) where he saw (տեսավ)people breaking up wood(փայտ)with their hands.

“Brothers,” he said, “why do it with your hands? Don’t you have an axe(կացին)?”

‘‘What’s an axe?” asked the villagers(գյուղացիներ).

The man took his axe from his belt(գոտի), cut the wood. Seeing this, the villagers ran through the village calling:

“Hey, everybody! Come and see what Brother Axe has done!”

The villagers gathered(հավաքվեցին) about the owner of the axe, asked him, gave him valuable gifts(արժեքավոր նվերներ) to take the axe from him.

The first day the king took the axe. As he wanted to cut with an axe, it fell on his foot and cut it. He started to cry with pain.

“Come here, everybody! Brother Axe has bitten(կծել) my foot.”

The villagers began to beat(ծեծել) the axe. Then they began to put it in the fire. The flames(բոցերը) rose high. When the fire had died down(հանգչել), they saw that the axe had turned red.

“Oh!” they cried, “Brother Axe is angry(բարկացել է). Look how red he has turned! What shall we do?

They finally decided(որոշեցին) to throw the axe into prison(բերդ). So they threw it into king’s barn(ամբար). The barn was full of hay(խոտ). As soon as the red-hot axe touched the hay a great fire started.

Terrified(Վախեցած), the villagers ran after its owner, they said, “Come, please, and bring Brother Axe to his senses(Կացին ախպորը խելքի բեր)!”