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Сказки к недели английского языка

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Сказки на неделю английского языка


LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD

L.R.R.H: My name is Little Red Riding Hood. Hello.

Mother: Little Red Riding Hood! Where are you?

L.R.R.H.: I am here, Mother. What’s the matter?

Mother: Little Red Riding Hood! Today is your grandmother’s birthday. Take a cake, some apples and a jug of honey to her.

L.R.R.H.: All right, mum.

Mother: Don’t speak to anybody on the way. Don’t stop in the wood. And don’t pick any flowers or mushrooms there.

L.R.R.H.: All right, mum. Good-bye.

Mother: good-bye, darling.

(Little Red Riding Hood goes out)

(Little Red Riding Hood in the wood)

L.R.R.H.: How nice it is in the wood. There are many trees, flowers, mushrooms. I’ll flowers for my granny

(The wolf appears)

The wolf: I am big and grey. I live in the wood. I want to eat up Little Red Riding Hood. (goes up to Little Red Riding Hood). Good morning, to Little Red Riding Hood.

L.R.R.H.: Good morning, Mr. Wolf.

The wolf: Where are you going, Little Red Riding Hood?

L.R.R.H.: I’m going to my grandmother. It’s her birthday today. I take a cake, , some apples and a jug of honey to her.

The wolf: Where does she live, your granny?

L.R.R.H.: She lives in a little house in the wood near the river.

The wolf: Is it far from there?

L.R.R.H.: No, it is not.

The wolf: Well, good-bye, Little Red Riding Hood

L.R.R.H.: good-bye, Mr. Wolf

(The wolf comes to Granny’s house and knocks at the door)

Granny: Who’s there?

The wolf: It’s me, Little Red Riding Hood.


Granny: Come in, darling.

(The wolf runs to Granny and wants to catch her up, but she runs away. The wolf puts Granny’s dress and cap and lies in bed. Soon Little Red Riding Hood appears near Granny’s house).

L.R.R.H.(singing):Clap, Clap, Clap,

Rap, Rap, Rap,

I’m knocking at the door,

Tap, Tap, Tap.

The wolf: Who’s there?

L.R.R.H.: It’s me, Little Red Riding Hood.

The wolf: Come in, my dear.

L.R.R.H.: Good morning, Granny.

The wolf: Good morning, Little Red Riding Hood.

(Little Red Riding Hood puts the basket on the table and comes up to Granny’s bed)

L.R.R.H.: Many happy returns of the day!

The wolf: Thank you, my dear.

L.R.R.H.: What big eyes you have, Granny!

The wolf: The better to see you, my dear.

L.R.R.H.: What big ears you have, Granny!

The wolf: The better to hear you, my dear.

L.R.R.H.: What sharp teeth you have, Granny!

The wolf: The better to eat you up.

(and the wolf jumps out of the bed and wants to catch Little Red Riding Hood)

L.R.R.H.:”Help! Help!”

(Granny and the hunter come in. The hunter shoots and the Wolf falls down).

Granny: Oh, thank you very much!

The hunter: Oh, It’s really nothing.

Granny and the hunter and Little Red Riding Hood: That’ the end of the story.

THREE BEARS

(Three bears are sitting at the table, they are going to eat porridge)

Mother Bear: Take your plate, Father!

Father Bear: Thank you, dear!

Mother Bear: Take your plate, Baby Bear!


Baby Bear: Thank you, Mummy dear… Oh, it is too hot!

Father Bear: Then let us go for a walk!

(The three Bear go out of the room)

(The girl comes in and looks round)

Little girl: Whose room can it be? (Looking at the table) I am hungry. (Sits down at the table and tastes porridge) Oh, this porridge is too hot for me!... Oh, this porridge is too cold for me… This porridge is just right for me.(eats porridge)

(The noise of the three Bears’ steps is heard. The little girl hides in the little bed).

(The three bears enter the room and take their places at the table)

Father Bear: My plate is not full!

Mother Bear: My plate is not full either!

Baby Bear: And my plate is empty! (They look round)Oh, and who is this? A little girl!

Father Bear: Let us catch her up!

Mother Bear: Let us catch her up!

Baby Bear: Yes, yes, let us eat her up!

Little girl: No, you won’t (runs away).

(The Bears try to catch her, but stumble and fall down)

Mother Bear (shaking herself): It is your fault, Father! You fell and I fell, too.

Baby Bear: And I fell because you fell!

All together (shaking their heads): And the little girl has run away. Oh! Oh! Oh!

THR TURNIP

Grandpa: Oh, what a big turnip we have in our kitchen-garden. I want to pull it up. (Pulls the turnip) One, two, three! It is too big for me. Granny, come here! Help me, please.

Granny: All right, grandpa. I’m coming.

Grandpa and granny (pulling together): One, two, three! One, two, three! No result. Oh, it’s too big for us!

Granny: Granddaughter, help us, please!

Granddaughter: All right, granny. I’m coming.

Grandpa and granny and Granddaughter: One, two, three! One, two, three! No

result. Oh, it’s too big for us!

Granddaughter: Doggy, doggy, help us, please!

The doggy: All right, granddaughter. I’m coming.

Grandpa and granny and Granddaughter and doggy: One, two, three! One, two, three! One, two, three! No result. Oh, it’s too big for us!

The doggy: Pussy-cat, help us, please.

The cat: All right, doggy. I’m coming.

Grandpa and granny and Granddaughter and doggy and the cat: One, two, three! One, two, three! One, two, three! No result. Oh, it’s too big for us.

The cat: Mouse, mouse, come here, help us, please.

The mouse: All right, pussy-cat. I’m coming.

Grandpa and granny and Granddaughter and doggy and the cat and the mouse: One, two, three! One, two, three! One, two, three! One, two, three! (fall down).

The turnip: Here I am!

All (together): Oh. What a big turnip we have!

THREE LETTLE KITTENS

Three little kittens they lost their mittens,

And they began to cry:

- Oh, mother dear, we sadly fear

That we have lost our mittens.

- What! Lost your mittens, you naughty kittens!

Then you shall have no pie.

- Mee-ow, mee-ow, mee-ow.

- No, you shall have no pie.


The three little kittens they found their mittens,

And they began to cry:

- Oh, mother dear, see here, see here,

For we have found our mittens.

- Put on your mittens, you silly kittens,

And you shall have some pie.

Purr-r, purr-r, purr-r,

Oh, let us have some pie.


The three little kittens put on their mittens,

And soon ate up the pie.

- Oh, mother dear, we greatly fear

That we have soiled our mittens.

- What! Soiled your mittens, you naughty kittens!

Then they began to sigh.

- Mee-ow, mee-ow, mee-ow.

Then they began to sigh.


The three little kittens they washed their mittens,

And hung them out to dry.

- Oh! Mother dear, do you not hear

That we have washed our mittens?

- What! Washed your mittens,then you’re good kittens,

But I smell a rat close by.

- Mee-ow, mee-ow, mee-ow.

We smell a rat close by.

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