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[ æ ]

A black cat sat on a mat and ate a fat rat


If you Andy have two candies

Give one candy to sandy Andy

If you Sandy have two candies

Give one candy to Andy Sandy


That’s the man who sat on my hat in the tram


Once there lived a lad

Who was always very sad

For he hadn’t any mother

And he hadn’t any Dad.


[ ou ]

Oh, no! Don’t go hame alone!

Nobody knows how lonely the road is.


It’s dull to be alone

Quite alone

Like a stone


Little strokes fell great oaks


Soames never boasts of what he knows

But Rose never knows of what she boasts


[ w ]

Why do you cry , Willie?

Why do you cry?

Why, Willie,

Why Willie,

Why , Willie?

Why?


Swan swam over the sea

Swim, swan, swim

Swan swam back again

Well swum, swan



[ o]

Ned Nott was shot

and Sam Shott was not .

So it is better to be Shott

than Nott .

Some say Nott

was not shot.

But Shott says

he shot Nott

Either the shot Shott shot at Nott

was not shot

or

Nott was shot ,

if the shot Shott shot

shot Shott ,

then Shott was shot ,

not Nott.

However ,

the shot Shott shot shot not Shott –

but Nott.



[ t ] [ p ]

Take ten tables. Peter Pan


[ ]

Father , mother , sister , brother,

Hand in hand with one another

Thirty three people think that Thursday is their thirtieth birthday

Thirty three thieves thundered through the thicket



[ I: ]

Please, believe me

Extremes meet.

A friend in need is a friend indeed.

Please leave me in peace.


A sailor went to sea

To see what he can see

But all he could see

Was sea, sea and sea


[ o: ]

Of all the saws

I ever saw

I never saw a saw

As that saw saws


[ ]

She sell shells

On the sea-shore

The shells she sells

Are the sea-shore shells

I am sure


* * *

If a white chalk chalks on a black blackboard, will a black chalk chalk on a white blackboard?







[ p ]

Parrot Peter picked a peck of picked peppers


Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers

A peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked

If Peter Piper picked a peck of picked peppers

Where’s the peck of picked peppers Peter piper picked?


[ t ]

Two toads totally tired trotting to trotter.

Don’t trouble trouble until trouble troubles you.


* * *

Oh, the sadness of her sadness when she’s sad

Oh, the gladness of her gladness when she’s glad

But the sadness of her sadness

And the gladness of her gladness

Are nothing like her madness when she’s mad



* * *

How many cookies could a good cook cook

If a good cook could cook cookies ?

A good cook could cook as many cookies

As a good cook who could cook cookies



* * *

How much ground would a groundhog hog ?

If a groundhog could hog ground ?

A groundhog would hog all the ground he could hog

If a groundhog could hog ground.



* * *

If you understand , say “understand “

If you don’t understand , say “don’t understand”

But if you understand and say “don’t understand”

How do I understand that you understand?

Understand ?



A Caution

If your lips

Would keep from slips

Of these five things beware

Of whom you speak

To whom you speak

And how and when and where



* * *

I wish to wish the wish

You wish to wish

But if you wish the wish the witch wishes

I won’t wish the wish you wish to wish



Limerick

There was an old owl who lived in an oak,

The more he heard , the less he spoke

The less he spoke the more he heard –

Oh, if men were all like that wise bird !



Philosophic Advice .

He who knows not, and knows not, that he knows not ,

He is a fool , shun him.

He who knows not , and knows that he knows not

He is simple , teach him

He who knows , and knows not that he knows

He is asleep wake him

He who knows and knows that he knows

He is wise follow him .


* * *

Lady – bird , lady – bird

Fly away home

Your house is on fire

Your children will burn

Fly to the East , fly to the West

Fly to the one you love best


* * *

Do you know Mary?

Mary who ?

Mary McDonald

Of course I do .

Do you know her little brother ?

Yes, of course I do

I know her brother and her mother and her father too.

Do you know her elder sister ?

Yes, of course I do. I know her elder sister Betty and her younger sister Sue.

Do you know her aunt Esther?

Yes, of course I do. I know her aunts and her uncles and her cousins too.

Do you know her husband Bobby?

Yes, of course I do. I know her husband and his brother and his father , too


* * *

Meet me in the morning

Meet me at noon

Meet me in September

Or in the middle of June .


Meet me at midnight

Meet me in the hall

Meet me in the summer

Meet me in the fall


Meet me in the evening

Meet me at eight

I’ll meet you any time you want

But , please, won’t be late


* * *

Any noise annoys an oyster

But a noisy noise

Annoys the oyster most


* * *

Whether the weather be fine

Or whether the weather be not

Whether the weather be cold

Or whether the weather be hot


* * *

The rain in the Spain stays mainly in the plane.

Can you imagine an imaginary manager?


* * *

How much wood could a woodcutter chuck

If a woodchuck could chuck wood

A woodcutter could chuck as much wood

As a woodchuck could chuck

If a woodcutter could chuck wood


[ ]

I thought a thought

But the thought I thought

Wasn’t the thought I thought

I thought if the thought I thought had been the thought I thought

I wouldn’t have thought so much



* * *

Without your tongue you can not talk

Without your feet you cannot walk

Without your eyes you can not see

Without your heart you can not be!

* * *

We can se with our eyes

We can hear with our ears

We can do many things with our hands

Can you walk on your hands?

Twenty Froggies

Twenty froggies went to school

Down beside a little pool

Twenty little coats of green

Twenty shirts all white and clean


“ We must be in time,”said they

“First we study then we play

That is how we keep the rule

When the froggies go to school”


Twenty froggies grew up fast

Big frogs they become at last

Not one lesson they forgot

And they learned at school a lot




Humpty – Dumpty

Humpty – Dumpty sat on a wall

Humpty – Dumpty had a great fall

All the king’s horses and all the king’s men

Couldn’t put Humpty together again


Humpty – Dumpty went to town

Humpty – Dumpty tore his gown

All the needles in the town

Couldn’t mend Humpty – Dumpty’s gown


Humpty – Dumpty and his brother

Were as like as one another

Could not tell one from the other

Humpty – Dumpty and his brother



One Two Three

One two three , let me see

Who likes coffee and who likes tea

One two three now I see

He likes coffee and she likes tea



Happy Birthday

Happy Birthday to you

Happy Birthday to you,

Happy Birthday , dear……….,

Happy Birthday to you


Let you all days be bright

From morning to night

Happy birthday, dear …….

Happy Birthday to you.




On the Eighth of March

My dear, dear mother

I love you very much

I want you to be happy

On the eighth of March

Be happy , be happy

On the eighth of March


One Thing at a Time

Edith Segal

Work while you work

Play while you play

That is the way

To be happy and gay


All what you do

Do with your might

Things done by halves

Are never done right


One thing at a time

And that’s done well

Is a very good rule

As many can tell




* * *

Breakfast in the morning

Dinner in the day

Tea comes after dinner

Then comes time to play


Supper in the evening

When the sky is red

Then the day is over

And we go to bed




* * *

Little Betty Blue

Lost her holiday shoe

What can little Betty do?

Give her another

To match the other

And then she may walk in two





Solomon Grundy

Solomon Grundy

Born on Monday

Christened on Tuesday

Married on Wednesday

Ill on Thursday

Worse on Friday

Died on Saturday

And buried on Sunday

That is the end

Of poor Solomon Grundy




Pussy – Cat

“Pussy – cat , pussy – cat

Where have you been ?”

“I’ve been to London

To see the queen”

“Pussy – cat , pussy – cat

What did you see there ?”

“I see a little mouse

Under the chair.”




* * *

“ Where are you going

My little cat?”

“ I am going to town

To get me a hat”

“ What ? A hat for a cat?

A cat get a hat!

Who ever saw a cat with a hat?”



* * *

There was a king and he had

Three daughters

And they all lived in a basin of water

The basin bended

My story ended

If the basin had been stronger

My story would have been longer



* * *

Upon to my word and honour

I saw a pig without a wig

Upon to word and honour




* * *

Where are you going

My little kittens?

We are going to town

To get us some mittens.

What! Mittens for kittens!

Do kittens wear mittens?

Who ever saw little kittens with mittens?



Three Little Kittens

Three little kittens

They lost their mittens,

And they began to cry,

“ Oh, mother dear,

We greatly fear

Our mittens

We have lost”

“ Lost your mittens

You naughty kittens

Then you shall have no pie!

Miew, miew , miew,

No, you will have no pie.”


Three little kittens

They found their mittens

And they began to cry;

“ Oh, mother dear,

See here, see here!

Our mittens we have found”

“ Found your mittens

My dear kittens

Then you will have some pie.

Purr, purr, purr

Oh, let us have some pie!”



The Month

by R. Stevenson

Thirty days has September,

April , June and November.

All the rest have thirty-one

February has twenty-eight alone

Excepting leap-year, that’s the time ,

When February’s days are twenty-nine


(Except February alone.

Leap year comes once in four

And gives February one day more.)



* * *

When the wind blows

Then the mill goes

When the wind drops,

Then the mill stops


* * *

How many days has my baby to play?

Saturday, Sunday, Monday,

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday

Saturday, Sunday, Monday


* * *

One, two, three, four, five,

Once I caught a fish alive

Six, seven, eight, nine, ten,

Then I let it go again.



* * *

One, two, three, four,

Mary at the cottage door,

Five, six, seven, eight,

Eating cherries off the plate.


* * *

1, 3, 5, 7, 9, and 10

What’s your name ?

My name is Ben .



Little Girl

- Little girl, little girl,

Where have you been?

- I’ve been to see grandmother

Over the green.

- What did she give you?

- Milk in a can.

- What did you say for it?

- Thank you, Grandam.



* * *

What are little boys made of, made of ?

What are little boys made of?

Frogs and snails

And puppy-dogs’ tails,

That’s what are little boys made of.


What are little girls made of, made of?

What are little girls made of ?

Sugar and spice

And all things nice

That’s what little girls are made of.



* * *

For want of a nail

The shoe was lost

For want of a shoe

The horse was lost

For want of a horse

The rider was lost

For want of a rider

The battle was lost

For want of the battle

The kingdom was lost

And all for the want

Of a horse shoe nail



* * *

Three wise men of Gotham

Went to sea in a bowl

If the bowl had been stronger

My story would have been longer




* * *

Rain, rain, go away

Come again another day

Little Johnny wants to play


* * *

Rain on the green grass

And rain on the tree

Rain on the house-top

But not on me



Tea - Time

Polly , put the kettle on ,

Kettle on , kettle on

Polly, put the kettle on

We’ll all have tea


Susie, take it off again,

Off again, off again

Susie, take it off again

They all have gone



* * *

Elizabeth, Elspeth, Betsy and Bess,

They all went together to seek a bird’s nest

They found the bird’s nest with five eggs in,

They all took one, and left four in.



A Question

by E. Segal

Some people live in the country

Where the houses are very small,

Some people live in the city

Where the hoses are very tall.

But in the country where the houses are small

The gardens are very big,

And in the city where the houses are tall,

There are no gardens at all.

Where do you live?

Wind and Weather

The South Wind brings wet weather,

The North Wind wet and cold together ,

The West Wind always brings us rain ,

The East Wind blows it back again .



Magic Words

Hearts like doors will open with ease

To very, very little keys ;

And don’t forget that two are these :

“ We thank you, all “ and “ If you please”

A Song from a Game

Blind man, blind man ,

Sure you can’t see?

Turn round three times

And try to catch me.

Turn east, turn west,

Catch as you can ,

Did you think you’d caught me?

Blind , blind man.




A Joke

By R. Stevenson

They walked in the lane together.

The sky was covered with stars ,

They reached the gate in silence ,

He lifted down the bars

She neither smiled nor thanked him

Because she knew not know how;

For he was just the farmer’s boy

And she – the farmer’s cow.



Different Languages

By E. Segal

I met a little girl

Who came from another land.

I couldn’t speak her language,

But I took her by the hand .

We danced together ,

Had such a fun!

Dancing is a language

You can speak with anyone.



The Parts of the Speech

A noun is a name of anything

As school, garden, boy or thing.

Adjectives tell the kind of noun ,

As great, small, pretty, white or brown .

Instead of nouns , the pronouns stand ,

As he, she, us, your arm , my hand

Verbs tell us something being done :

To read , write , laugh, carry, run.

How things are done the adverbs tell,

As slowly, quickly , badly, well

Conjunctions join the words together

As men and women , wind and weather .

The Preposition stands before

un , as by or though the door

The interjection shows surprise ,

As Oh! How pretty! Ah! How wise!

Three little words you often see

Are articles a, an and the

The whole are called the Parts of Speech

Which reading , writing, speaking teach


The House That Jack Built

This is the house that Jack built


This is the malt

That lay in the house that Jack built


This is the rat

That ate the malt

That lay in the house that Jack built


This is the cat

That killed the rat

That ate the malt

That lay in the house that Jack built


This is the dog

That worried the cat

That killed the rat

That ate the malt

That lay in the house that Jack built


This is the cow with the crumpled horn

That tossed the dog

That worried the cat

That killed the rat

That ate the malt

That lay in the house that Jack built


This is the maiden all forlorn

That milked the cow with the crumpled horn

That tossed the dog

That worried the cat

That killed the rat

That ate the malt

That lay in the house that Jack built


This is the man all tattered and torn

That kissed the maiden all forlorn

That milled the cow with the crumpled horn

That tossed the dog

That worried the cat

That killed the rat

That ate the malt

That lay in the house that Jack built


This is the priest all shaven and shorn

That married the man all tattered and torn

That kissed the maiden all forlorn

That milked the cow with the crumpled horn

That tossed the dog

That worried the cat

That killed the rat

That ate the malt

That lay in the house that Jack built


This is the cock that crowed in the morn

That walked the priest all shaven and shorn

That married the man all tattered and torn

That kissed the maiden all forlorn

That milked the cow with the crumpled horn

That tossed the dog

That worried the cat

That killed the rat

That ate the malt

That lay in the house that Jack built













































The Little Tower in the Forest


Mouse :

I am little mouse

I live in this house

Now we shall see

Who will come to live with me

Frog :

Hop, hop, hop,

Here I shall stop

( knocks at the door )

Doom , doom, doom

Who lives in this room ?

Mouse :

I’m little mouse

The lady of the house

And who are you?

Are you a mouse too

Frog :

I am lady Croak- Croak

The merry frog

I can croak , I can cry

I can jump high

Tell me my dear ,

May I live here?

Mouse :

Come and we shall live together

Like sister and brother

Cock :

Cock –a –doodle –do

How do you do?

Who are you?

Mouse :

It’s me little mouse

The lady of the house

Frog :

It’s me lady Croak

The merry frog

And who are you ?

Are you a frog too?

Cock :

My name is Petushkov Pete

The best cock in the street

I can crow too,

May I live with you?

Mouse :

Come into our nest

Frog :

And be our guest

Hare :

Tick- tick – took

Who lives in this nook ?

Mouse :

It’s me , little mouse

The lady of the house

Frog :

It’s me lady Croak

The merry frog

Cock :

It’s me Petushkov Pete

The best cock in the street

And who are you ?

Are you a cock too?

Hare :

I am Zaika Zaikevich

I like carrots and cabbage

Be good little mouse

Take me into your house

All together :

Come and we shall live together

Like sister and brother

Fox :

( with a basket in her hand )

Took- took – tick

Open the door quick

Come out if you are near

Who lives here ?

Mouse :

I am little mouse

The lady of the house

Frog :

I am lady Croak

The merry frog

Cock :

It’s me Petushkov Pete

The best cock in the street

Hare :

I am Zaika Zaikevich

Who likes carrots and cabbage

And who are you ?

Are you a hare too ?

Fox :

I am one of your friends

And I have presents in my hands

( show the presents )

A fly for a frog

Some corn for a cock

For the mouse – butter , a pot

And for hare – carrots a lot

Cock :

And will you eat ?

I know you like meat .

Fox :

( stamps its foot )

Come and open the door

Ask me no questions more

(aside )

I smell, I feel

I shall have a good meal

I shall go into the house

I shall kill the little mouse

I shall kill the merry frog

And then eat the silly cock

(aloud )

Open the door

Mouse :

Now you must know

We shall not open no!

Together we are strong , too.

We are not afraid of you

You’d better go away

Don’t stay .

All :

Go away

Don’t stay

( a fox runs away )








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