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There was a young lady of Niger, Who smiled when she rode on a tiger, They returned from the ride, With the lady inside, And a smile on the face of the tiger.
Улыбались три смелых девицы На спине у бенгальской тигрицы. Теперь же все три – У тигрицы внутри, А улыбка – на морде тигрицы. С.Я. Маршак
The birthplace of limericks
The Origin of Limericks The origin of limericks is traditionally connected with the Irish town of Limerick. They were considered to be ‘table songs’ and sung during parties . All of them finished with the invitation to visit Limerick! O, won’t you come up, come all the way up, Come all the way up to Limerick? Welcome to Limerick
Edward Lear (1812-1888) Edward Lear was a famous English poet. He made limericks popular in the 19th century. He never called his poems limericks, but ‘poems of nonsense’.
The first edition of Edward Lear's Book of Nonsense was published by Thomas McLean on 10th February 1846. There were altogether seventy-two limericks in two volumes.
Read some of the limericks There was a Young Lady whose bonnet Came united when the birds sat upon it. But she said:”I don’t care! All the birds in the air Are welcome to sit on my bonnet. К привлекательной леди из Капуи Часто птицы садились на шляпу, и Говорила с любовью «Пусть сидят на здоровье!» Та приятная леди из Капуи.
There was a Young Lady whose eyes Were unique as of colourand size When she opened them wide People all turned aside And started away in surprise. Была леди одна, чьи глаза Велики, оторваться нельзя, Когда их раскрывала, Всех прохожих пугала, Эта леди, крупны чьи глаза
There was a Young Lady whose nose Continually prospers and grow When it grew out of sight, She exclaimed in a fright, “Oh, Farewell to the end of my nose!” Жила была леди, чей нос Отчего-то всё рос и рос. Когда кончика стало не видно, Этой леди стало обидно, Что не сможет чесать она нос.
What is a limerick? A limerick is a humorous English poem of five lines: three long and two short ones. A limerick is a humorous poem which has five lines and a special rhythm and a way of rhyming.
The Plot of a Limerick: The 1st line – who and where; The 2nd line – what he/she did or what happened to him/her; The 3rd – 4th lines – the result of the event; The 5th line – the repetition of the 1st line.
The rhyming scheme AABBA 1st line 2nd line 3rd line 4th line 5th line
Line 1 Introduces the main characer There was an Old Man of Whitehaven
Line 2 Describes the character in more detail Who danced a quadrill with a raven
Lines 3, 4 Provides a picture in words describing the action But they said:”It’s absurd To ecourage this bird!”
Line 5 Reveals the ridiculous or unexpected So they smashed that Old Man of Whitehaven.
Один старичок из Вероны Отплясывал лихо с вороной Да как он посмел! Прекратить беспредел! Что могут подумать вороны!
Read the following limericks and put the pictures in the right order A There was an Old Man of Abruzzi, So blind he couldn’t his foot see When they said “That’s your toe”, He replied “Is I so?” That doubtful Old Man of Abruzzi.
B There was an Old Man with a beard Who said “It is just as I feard! Two owls and a hen, Four larks and a wren, Have all built their nests in my beard!”
C There was an Old Man of a Cape horn, Who wished he had never been born; So he sat on a chair, Till he died of despair That dolorous Man of Cape Horn.
D There was an Old Man of the Nile, Who sharpened his nails with a file, Till he cut his thumbs, And said calmly, “This comes Of sharpening one’s nails with a file!”
E There was an Old Man on some rocks, Who shut his wife up to a box; When she said, “let me out!” He exclaimed, “Without doubt! You will pass all your life in that box!”
F There was an Old Man of Calcutta, Who perpetually ate bread and butter, Till a great bit of muffin, On which he was stuffing, Choket that horrid Man of Calcutta.
That my nose is too long, Who said, 'If you choose to suppose, That remarkable Man with a nose. There was an Old Man with a nose, You are certainly wrong!' Task: read the limerick and put the lines in the correct order
Check up There was an Old Man with a nose Who said, “If you shoose a suppose, That my nose is too long, You are certainly wrong!” That remakable Man with a nose. Жил на свете чудак с длинным носом И твердил он: «Вы это мне бросьте! Нос мой очень красивый» Утверждал горделиво Этот милый чудак с длинным носом.
Listen to the poems and choose a limerick There was a little girl And she had a litle curl Just down the middle of her forehead When she was good, she was very,very good, And when she was bad, she was horrid. There was an Old Lady who said When she found a thief under her bed, “Get up from the floor: You are too near the door, You may catch a cold in your head.
Find the translation of the limerick Некий старец из города Буда Дебоширил ужасно, покуда Некто, взяв молоток, Не пристукнул чуток Скандалиста из города Буда!
Спал старик на громадной сосне, Был укушен пчелою во сне. И спросили его: «Это больно?» Он ответил «Конечно, довольно, Больше я не усну на сосне.»
Однажды увидел чудак, Во сне, что он ест свой башмак Он вмиг пробудился И убедился, Что это действительно так.
Владелица виллы в Салониках Была удивительно тоненькой. Захотела в прохладу Испить лимонаду – И упала в бокал сквозь соломинку.
How to write a limerick? When you write a limerick, make sure that it has the same AABBA rhyme patern. Ideas for new limericks can come from almost anywere. For example, your town, country, or any name.
Here are 5 simple steps to writing a limerick. 1.An easy way to get started is to pick a boy’s or a girl’s name that has one syllable (like Bill, Tim, Dick, Sue or Jill.) There was a Young Girl named____(pick an easy name with one sillable). We’ll pick “Jill”. So the first line is “There once was a Young Girl named Jill”
2. Now make a list of words that rhyme with the last word in the first line-in this case, Jill. Your list of rhyming words might include: hill, drill, pill, dill, will, ill. 3. Now wrie the second line. Here’s an example: “Who feared the sight of a drill.”
4.Now think of an interesting story. What could happened to someone skared of a drill? You might have an interesting story if Jill had to go to the dentist. So the third and fourth lines can be: “She brushed every day” “So, her dentist would say”
Now you need to back to the first line and end the poem. Here’s an example: “Your teeth are quite perfekt, Young Jill”
Here’s the poem we just wrote: There once was a Young Girl named Jill, Who was feared the sight of a drill. She brushed every day So the denist would say: “Your teeth are so perfect, Young Jill!”
There once came feeling called love, And it sweetly touched my heart I felt like an angel And didn’t think of a danger. I wish you all know this love!
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