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Card 1

1. Read and translate the text

The dog and the shadow

It happened that a Dog had got a piece of meat and was carrying it home in his mouth to eat 

it in peace. 

Now on his way home he had to cross a plank lying across a running brook. As he crossed, 

he looked down and saw his own shadow reflected in the water beneath. Thinking it was 

another dog with another piece of meat, he made up his mind to have that also.  So he made a snap at the shadow in the water, but as he opened his mouth the piece of meat fell out, dropped into the water and was never seen more.

2. Complete the sentences using Past Simple

1. On his way home he _____ to cross a plank


to have

2. As he ____ he ____down and _____ his own shadow


to cross, to look, to see

3. He ____ a snap at the shadow in the water, but as he _____ his mouth the piece of meat ____out, ____ into the water and _____never seen more.

to make, to open, to fall, to be

3. Grammar

Put inam, is or are

1. The weather ____ nice today. 5. I ____ not tired.

2. This bag ______heavy . 6. These bags ____ heavy.

3. Her children ____ at school. 7. My brother and I ____good tennis players.

4. Ann ____at home. 8. I ____ a taxidriver.



Card 2

1. Read and translate the text

THE STAG AND THE FAWN

A Fawn once said to a Stag:

"Father, you are larger and fleeter than the dogs, and, besides, you have huge antlers for defence; why, then, are you so afraid of the dogs?"

The Stag laughed, and said: "You speak the truth, my child. The trouble is, - the moment I hear the dogs bark, I run before I have time to think."

2. True or false

1. The Stag was larger and fleeter than the dogs.

2. The Stag was not afraid of the dogs.

3. The Stag has a huge tail for defence.

3. Grammar

Complete thesentences. Use one of these verbs (The Present Continuous Tense)

1. Pleasebe quiet. I’__________.

2. “Where’s John?” “He’s in the kitchen. He ____________.”

3. “You __________ on my foot.” “Oh, I’m sorry”.

4. Look! Somebody ________________ in the river.

5. We’re here on holiday. We _________________ at the Central Hotel.

6. “Where’s Ann?” “She ______ a shower.”

7. They _____ a new theatre in the city centre at the moment.

8. I ___________ now. Goodbye.



Card 3

1. Read and translate the text

THE LION, THE BEAR, AND THE FOX

A Lion and a Bear procured some meat and began to fight for it. The Bear did not want to give in, nor did the Lion yield. They fought for so long a time that they both grew feeble and lay down. A Fox saw the meat between them; she grabbed it and ran away with it.

2. True or false

1.A Fox procured some meat and gave it to a Lion.

2. The Lion and the Bear fought for a long a time for the meat.

3. The Lion yield, and the Bear grabbed the meat.

4. The Fox saw the meat, grabbed it and ran away with it.

5. The Lion and the Bear fought for so long a time that they both grow feeble.

3. Grammar

Complete the sentences about the people in the pictures. Use these verbs (The Present Simple Tense)

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1. He __________ the piano.

2. They ________ in a very big house.

3. She __________ a lot of fruit.

4. They _______ tennis.

5. We ________ to the cinema a lot.

6. He _______ 8 hours a night.



Card 4

1. Read and translate the text

The grasshoper and the ants

In the fall the wheat of the Ants got wet, they were drying it. A hungry Grasshopper asked them for something to eat. The Ants said: “Why did you not gather food during the summer?” She said: “I had no time: I sang songs.” They laughed, and said: “If you sang in the summer, dance in the winter”.

2. True or false

1. The wheat of the Ants got wet in thewinter.

2. A hungry Grasshopper asked them for something to eat.

3. Grasshopper had nothing to eat, because she danced all the summer.

4. The Ants gave Grasshopper smething to eat.

3. Grammar

Write questions (have/has)

1. (you/an umbrella?)

2. (you/a passport?)

3. (your father/a car?)

4. (Carol/many friends?)

5. (you/any brothers or sisters?)

6. (how much money/we?)

7. (what/kindof car/Julia?)



Card 5

1. Read and translate the text

The Fisherman and the fish

A Fisherman caught a Fish. Said the Fish: “Fisherman, let me go into the water; you see I am small: you will have little profit of me. If you let me go, I shall grow up, and then you will catch me when it will be worth while.” But the Fisherman said: “Fool would be he who should wait for gteater profit, and let the lesser slip out of his hands.”

2. True or false

1. A Fisherman caught a Fish.

2. The Fish said: “You see I am big: you will have great profit of me.

3. The Fish said: “Don’t let me go intothe water.”

4. The Fisherman let the Fish go into the water.

3. Grammar

Write short answers (Yes, I am/No, he isn’t)

1. Are you watching TV?

2. Are you wearing a watch?

3. Are you eating something?

4. Is it raining?

5. Are you sitting on the floor?

6. Are you feeling well?



Card 6

1. Read and translate the text

The Jackdaw and the Doves

A Jackdaw saw that the Doves were well fed,—so she painted herself white and flew into the dove-cot. The Doves thought at first that she was a dove like them, and let her in. But the Jackdaw forgot herself and croaked in jackdaw fashion. Then the Doves began to pick at her and drove her away. The Jackdaw flew back to her friends, but the jackdaws were frightened at her, seeing her white, and themselves drove her away.

2. True or false

1. Jackdaw is a sort of fish.

2. Jackdaws are white by nature.

3. Jackdaws usually live in a dove-cot.

4. The Jackdaw wanted to be as well fed as the Doves were.

5. When the Jackdaw flew back to her friends, they were glad to see her.

3. Grammar

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Card 7

1. Read and translate the text

The woman and the Hen

A Hen laid an egg each day. The Mistress thought that if she gave her more to eat, she would lay twice as much. So she did.

The Hen grew fat and stopped laying.

2. True or false

1. The Mistress thought that if she gave her more to eat, the hen would lay twice as much.

2. The Mistress didn’t give her more to eat.

3. The hen grew fat.

4. The hen began laying.

3. Grammar

Put in am/is/are (present) or was/were (past)

1. Last year she ____ 22, so she ____ 23 now.

2. Today the weather ___________ nice, but yesterday it ________ very cold.

3. I __________hungry. Can I have something to eat?

4. I feel fine this morning but I _____ very tired last night.

5. Where __________ you at 11 o’clock last Friday morning?

6. Don’t but those shoes. They ____ very expensive.


Card 8

1. Read and translate the text

The Frog and the Ox 

"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; 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.

2. True or false

1. A little Frog once saw a small and pleasant animal whom he did not know.

2. The Farmer’s Ox was not so big.

3. The Ox was only a little bit taller than the Father Frog.

4. The Frog blew himself out and became quite as broad as the Ox.

3. Grammar

Write full sentences. Use is/isn’t/are/aren’t

  1. Your/shoes/very/dirty

  2. My/brother/a/teacher

  3. This/house/not/very/big

  4. The /shops/not/open/today

  5. My/keys/in/my/bag

  6. Jenny/18/years/old

Card 9

1. Read and translate the text

The Lion and the Mouse

 

Once upon a time the lion was tired. The lion was sleeping.Suddenly mouse came and jumped on the lion's nose. The lion woke up: "What is that on my nose?" the lion Said, "Oh, it's a little mouse." The lion caught the little mouse and said: "How dare you to wake me up! Don’t you know that I am the king of the animals? Now I will eat you" .The little mouse said to the lion:" No, please don't eat me. I made a mistake. Please let me go. I can help you one day". The lion looked at the small mouse and laughed: " Ha, ha, ha. A little mouse can't help me, but you made me laugh. So I will let you go." The lion let the mouse go and the mouse ran away.

A few days later the lion was sad. It was caught in a hunter's net: "Help, help!" said the lion. "Now I can help you, lion" Said the little mouse. But the lion Said: "What can you do? You're too little". "Look what I can do!" Said the little mouse and he started to chew the ropes of the net. Until the lion was free.

"You see. A little mouse can help a big lion" said the little mouse". The lion said to the mouse: "Thank you little mouse. You are little but you are brave and strong. Now we can be friends".

2. True or false

1. The Lion was sleeping when suddenly a small Mouse ran across his nose.

2. The Lion caught the Mouse and wanted to eat it.

3. The Lion let the little Mouse go.

4. The Mouse heard the Lion and decided to talk with his friend.

5. The lion was caught in a deep hole.

3. Grammar

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Card 10

  1. Read and translate the text

The Eagle and the Baker

A miller laid a snare. A baby eagle flew into it. The miller clipped his wings and tied him to a pole. The little eagle wished to be free. A kind baker came by. He paid the miller and gave the eagle a home. He stroked him. He didn’t tie him. In time the eagle’s wings grew. He flew safely away. Later he returned. He gave the baker a fine hare.

  1. Circle the correct answer.

1. The eagle flew into a __________.

a. pole b. hole c. snare

2. the eagle wished to be _________.

a. big b. free c. brave

3. The baker was __________.

a. sleepy b. old c. kind

4. He gave the eagle a ___________.

a. home b. hare c. bone

5. The eagle liked the __________.

a. miller b. baker c. snare

3. Grammar

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Card 11

  1. Read and translate the text

The Two Weasels and the Bat

A weasel trapped a little bat. The weasel liked to eat birds. “I think you are a bird,” said the weasel. “No,” said the bat, hiding his wings. “See my face. I have teeth like the mice.” “In that case, I will free you,” said the weasel, and he did. Soon another weasel trapped the little bat. This weasel ate only mice. “Don’t eat me,” said the bat. “I’m like the bird.” He flapped his wings. “In that case, you may go,” said the weasel. The bat flew happily away.

2. Circle the correct answer.

1. The first weasel liked to eat _________.

a. bats b. birds c. mice

2. The second weasel liked to eat _________.

a. bats b. birds c. mice

3. Bats are like birds because __________.

a. They have wings. b. They have teeth.

4. Bats are like mice because _________.

a. they have wings. b. They have teeth.

3. Grammar

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Card 12

1. Read and translate the text

The Mule, the Ape, and the Mole

One June day a mule and an ape came to a stream. “My huge ears are a joke, said the mule. I wish they were antlers.” “And I wish I had a tail,” said the ape, “a giant tail.” A mole came from beneath a bridge close by. “Be still, both of you,” he said, “and don’t complain. We moles have no antlers. We have thin tails. And we are nearly blind besides.”

  1. Draw a line to the correct words to complete the sentence.

1. The mule had a. no tail.

2. The ape had b. nearly blind.

3. The mole was c. huge ears.

4. The animals came d. to a stream.

3. Grammar

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Card 13

1. Read and translate the text

The Wild Pig Fights the Mule

A wild pig and an old mule became angry. They decided to fight. “This mule has bad teeth,” said the wild pig. “His teeth can’t hurt me, so I shall win.” He ran at the mule. At the last moment, the old mule turned away. As he did, he threw back his heels and hit the wild pig in the face. The pig was surprised. He turned and ran away. “After this I shall think of both the bite and the kick,” he said.

2. Circle the correct answer.

1. The mule used his ________ to fight the pig.

a. teeth b. tail c. heels

2. Pig thought mule had bad _______.

a. feet b. teeth c. heels

3. Pig was ____________.

a. surprised b. happy c. sick

3. Grammar

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Card 14

1. Read and translate the text

The Bees and the Drones

Some bees made honey in a hive, and some drones tried to steal it. A wasp came by. “Help!” cried the bees. “Please tell these drones not to steal this honey.” “We aren’t stealing it,” said the drones. “We made it.” “I will test you,” said the wasp. “Let me see you both make honey.” The bees were ready. They made honey. The lazy drones sat still. They had never made honey. They had played instead. The wasp nodded his head and sent the drones away. 2. Circle the correct answer.

1. The ___________ had made the honey.

a. drones b. bees c. wasp

2. The drones were trying to ______ it.

a. make b. test c. steal

3. The wasp sent the _________ away.

a. bees b. honey c. drones

3. Grammar

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Card 15

1. Read and translate the text

The Silkworm and the Spider

A silkworm and a spider were working side by side. The silkworm was spinning silk very slowly. The spider was spinning her web very fast. “See how quickly I spin,” said the spider. “You must be the slowest worker in the world.”

Your words are true,” said the silkworm, “but my work is worth more than yours. People love my silk, but they brush your cobwebs away.”

The Silkworm and the Spider

2. Matching – Put the correct letter on the line.

__1. The spider worked a. cobwebs.

__2. People like b. faster.

__3. People brush away c. silk.

3. Grammar

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Card 16

1. Read and translate the text

The Gnat and the Bull

One day a bull was wading in a stream. A gnat flew over to him and sat on his horn. “Am I too heavy for you?” buzzed the gnat. “It is wrong to make you carry someone as heavy as I. Shall I fly away?”

Fly or stay as you like,” said the bull. “I really did not know you were there.”

2. Matching – Write the correct letter on the line.

__1. The bull was wading a. on his horns.

__2. The gnat sat b. light.

__3. The gnat was very c. heavy

__4. The bull was very d. in a stream.

3. Grammar

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Card 17

  1. Read and translate the text

The Donkey and the Salt

A donkey was loaded with heavy bags of salt. As he crossed a bridge, he slipped

and fell into the stream below. The salt got wet and washed away. The donkey’s load

became lighter, and this pleased him.

The next day, he was loaded with bags of sponges. He came to the same stream.

He fell in, but his load did not get lighter. The sponges soaked up water and

held it. His load became too heavy to carry.

2. Questions

1. The donkey was _________.

a. wise b. fast c. surprised

2. The wet sponges made the Donkey ___.

a. heavier b. lighter c. invisible

3. Grammar

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Card 18

  1. Read and translate the text

The Mouse in the Barley Bin

A farmer kept his barley in a large bin. The bin had a tiny hole in it

One day a hungry mouse found the hole. He was so thin that he was able to slip in.

The mouse ate and ate until he was fat and happy. Then he tried to leave. But the

hole was tiny, and he was too fat.

A weasel was outside.

How shall I get out,” the mouse asked.

You must stop eating,” said the weasel. “You were thin when you got in. When you are thin again, you can get out”

2. Questions

1. At the end, the mouse was very ________.

a. thin b. hungry c. fat

2. What did the mouse need to do to get out?

a. stop eating b. eat more

3. The weasel was very _________.

a. smart b. confused.

3. Grammar

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Card 19

  1. Read and translate the text

The Hare and the Hound

A hound chased a hare up and down. After half an hour, the hound was out of breath. He gave up the chase.

What a poor runner you are!” said his mistress. “Why didn’t you run faster than the hare?”

It wasn’t a real race,” said the hound. “The hare was running to save his life. I was only running to catch my dinner.”

2. Circle the correct answer.

1. The hound was out of breath from _____

a. eating b. singing c. running

2. The hare was running ________

a. for fun b. for his life c. for his dinner

3. Grammar

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Card 20

  1. Read and translate the text

The Two Frogs

Two frogs lived in a lake. One summer it was very, very hot. The lake dried up. The thirsty frogs hopped away to find water.

At last they found a deep well with a little water at the bottom.

Let’s jump in,” said one.

Now wait!” cried the other. “This well may dry up too. It is easy to jump down into a well, but it is not easy to jump out.”

2. Circle the correct answer.

1. The lake was _________.

a. deep b. dry c. thirsty

2. The frogs were _________.

a. thirsty b. dry c. deep

3. The well was _________.

a. deep b. dry c. thirsty

3. Grammar

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Card 21

  1. Read and translate the text

The Mice and the Cat

A cat was very quiet and very quick. She killed lots of mice.

One day the mice got together. “What can we do?” asked the leader. “Each of us must think of a plan. The one with the best plan wins some cheese.”

One of the mice spoke up. “Let’s tie a bell to the cat’s neck,” he said. “If we hear her coming, we can get away.”

His plan was cheered by most of the mice.

Do I get the cheese?” he asked.

No,” said the leader. “While we are trying to tie on the bell, the cat will eat us.”

2. Circle the correct answer.

1. The cat was ___________.

a. lazy b. slow c. quick

2. The mice made a ___________.

a. pan b. plan c. bell

3. Grammar

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Card 22

  1. Read and translate the text

The Goose That Laid the Golden Eggs


One day a goose laid a golden egg. The man who owned the goose was very happy.”

Each day it laid another golden egg.

I shall be rich,” said the man.

But he was greedy.

This goose must be stuffed with gold,” he said. “I shall cut it open to see.

And he did. But there was no gold inside.

The goose was just like other geese.

What a fool I am!” said the man. “I have killed the goose that laid the golden egg.”

2. Circle the correct answer.

1. At the end the man felt ________.

a. rich b. sad

2. The man was _________.

a. greedy b. giving

3. Grammar

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Card 23

  1. Read and translate the text

The Oak and the Reeds

A huge oak tree grew by a river. One day there were very high winds, and the tree was shaken by each blast of the wind.

At last it broke and fell with a crash. It hit the riverbank below. It lay between some

reeds, which were bending with the wind.

When the wind stopped, the tree spoke to the reeds.

I am bigger than you are,” said the tree. “Why was I broken by the wind while you

weren’t.”

We bent till the wind went by,” said the reeds. “You stayed stiff.”

2. Circle the correct answer.

1. The oak tree was too still to _________.

a. crack b. bend

2. The reeds were able to ________.

a. bend b. be stiff

3. Which was bigger? __________

a. the oak tree b. the reed

3. Grammar

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Card 24

  1. Read and translate the text

The Crow and the Pitcher

A thirsty crow came to a pitcher of water. She was sad to find that she wasn’t able to drink. The water was too low. Her beak did not reach it. She sat on

some pebbles in a ditch to think.

At last she lifted the pebble in her beak and dropped it into the pitcher.

Then she dropped another and another. The water rose higher and higher. At last

it reached the top, and the thirsty crow drank her fill.

2. Circle the correct answers.

1. The water in the pitcher was too _____

a. high b. low

2. At the end, the crow was __________

a. sad b. happy

3. Grammar

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Card 25

  1. Read and translate the text

The Bees and the Drones

Some bees made honey in a hive, and some drones tried to steal it.

A wasp came by.

Help!” cried the bees. “Please tell these drones not to steal this honey.”

We aren’t stealing it,” said the drones.

We made it.”

I will test you,” said the wasp. “Let me see you both make honey.”

The bees were ready. They made honey.

The lazy drones sat still. They had never made honey. They had played instead.

The wasp nodded his head and sent the drones away.

2. Circle the correct answer.

1. The ___________ had made the honey.

a. drones b. bees. c. wasp

2. The drones were trying to ______ it.

a. make b. test. c. steal

3. The wasp sent the _________ away.

a. bees b. honey c. drones

3. Grammar

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