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Скороговорки на английском " от A до Z"

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РИФМОВКИ на английском языке

1. A black cat sat on a mat

аnd rapidly ate a fat rat.

2. Bad lads are smacked by dad

Sam packed the hand bag

and run to catch the train.

3. The wise old owl sat in an oak

the more he heard the less he spoke.

4. Fat, Pat had a fat cat

Pat s fat cat sat at Pat s hat.

5. That s the man

Who sat on my hat in the tram.

6. Where are you going, my little cat?

I’ m going to town to buy a hat.

What? A hat for a cat?

A cat in a hat?

Who ever saw a cat in a hat?

7. A sailor went to sea

To see what he could see

Was sea, sea, sea.

8. As I was going to St. Ives,

I met a man with seven wives.

Every wive had seven sacks.

Every sack had seven kittens

Kittens, cats, sacks and wives.

How many were there going to St. Ives.

8. Monday for health,

Tuesday for wealth,

Wednesday is the best day for all,

Thursday for losses,

Friday for crosses,

Saturday no luck at all.

9. If many men knew

What many men went

If many men went

Where many men go,

If many men did

What many men do,

The world would be better

I think so, don’t you?

10. “Tick,” the clock says.

Tick, tick, tick

What you have to do, do quick!

11. Rain on the grass

And rain on the tree

Rain on the house-top

But not on me.

12. Rain, rain, go away,

Come again another day.

Little Mary wants to play.

13. Rain, rain, go to Spain,

Never show your face again.

14. Good morning, good morning,

Good morning to you.

Good morning, good morning,

I’m glad to see you.

15. She sells sea-shells on the sea- shore.

The shells that she sells are sea-shells.

16. Once there lived a lad,

Who was always very sad

For he hadn’t any mother

And he hadn’t any dad.

17. One, two, three, four

Mary at the cottage door.

Five, six, seven, eight

Eating cherries off the plate.

18. Swim, son, swim!

Show me you’re a swimmer.

Swim just how the swans swim,

You know how the swans swim

19. Wealth is nothing without health

Health is above wealth.

20. How much wood would a wood-chuck

If a wood-chuck could chuck wood?

21. Six sharp sharks have come to swipe your limb.

22. So swim as swiftly as you can, swim, son, swim.

23. This fish has a thin fin.

That fish has a thick fin.

This fish is the fish.

That fish has a thinner fin than that fish.

24. Hello, hello, hello to you!

Hello, hello.

How are you?

25. The teacher thought and thought

And thought and no one knew the

Thought he thought.

26. Hickory, dickory, dock

The mouse ran up the clock.

The clock struck one,

The mouse ran down.

Hickory, dickory, dock.

27. Early to bed,

Early to rise

Makes a man

Healthy, wealthy and wise.

28. If you, Sandy, have two candies,

Give one candy to Andy, Sandy.

If you, Andy, have two candies,

Give one candy to Sandy, Andy.

29. Half heart is no heart.

30. He laughs best who laughs last.

31. Who’ll run fastest, you or I?

Who’ll laugh loudest? Let us try.

32. Polly put the kettle on,

Polly, put the kettle on,

Polly, put the kettle on,

We’ll all have tea.

33. Mother, father, sister, brother

Hand in hand with one another.

34. Good night, good night,

My little child!

Get up gay and bright

In the morning light!

35. Little cat, little cat

Where is your flat?

I’m a little cat,

I have no flat.

36. At night this side of the house

Seems quite light.

37. How do you do, Hatty?

How do you do?

I hope you are well, Hatty.

I hope you are too.

38. Swan swam over the sea.

Swim, swam, swim!

Swan swam back again.

Well swum, swan

39. This is my father,

This is my mother,

This is my brother Paul,

This is my sister,

This is my uncle,

How I love them all.

40. Good night, mother,

Good night, father.

Kiss your little son.

Good night, sister.

Good night, brother.

Good night, everyone.

41. These are three brothers,

These are their father and mother.

This is their other brother.

42. This is used for one thing here.

That means something over there.

Those and those mean two or more.

Those are far and these are near.

43. The third Thursday of

This month is the 16th.

44. Healthful habits make healthy bodies.

45. This is a mouse.

She lives in the house.

This is a cat.

He is very fat

Because he lives in the house

And he likes to eat a mouse

46. When the weather is wet

WE mustn’t fret.

When the weather is cold

We mustn’t scold.

47. When the weather is warm

WE mustn’t storm.

But be thankful together

Whatever the weather.

48. Where’s the round roll

Robert Rowley rolled round.

49. Twinkle, twinkle, little star

How I wonder what you are.

Up above the world so high,

Like a diamond in the sky.

50. I have two legs

With which I walk

I have a tongue

With which I talk

And with it too

I eat my food

and tell

If it is bad or good.

51. William always wears a very warm

Woolen vest in winter, Victor however

Will never wear woolen underwear

Even in the wild west.

52. She sells sea she shells

On the sea shore. The shells

That she sells are sea shells,

I am sure.

53. Flowers here,

Flowers there,

Flowers growing


54. I love learning English

I can read

I can write

I can speak English too.

I love learning English,

And what about you.

55. There was a little girl

And she had a little curl

Right in the middle of her forehead.

When she was good

She was very, very good,

But when she was bad,

She was horrid.

56. Diddle, diddle, dumpling, my son John,

Went to bed with his trousers on,

One shoe off, and one shoe on,

Diddle, diddle, dumpling, my son John.

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