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Oscar School 213 WILDE FAIRY TALES
5 10 20 50 5 10 20 50 5 10 20 50 5 10 20 50 WORDS and EXPRESSIONS TRUE FALSE WHO? FILL in the GAPS 2 round
TO CRY FOR THE MOON ТРЕБОВАТЬ НЕВОЗМОЖНОГО WORDS and EXPRESSIONS for 5
Рождение страсти в душе WORDS and EXPRESSIONS for 10 The birth of the passion in the soul
WORDS and EXPRESSIONS for 20 TO GAIN A REPUTATION FOR HAVING ARTISTIC TASTES Прослыть за тонкого ценителя искусства
WORDS and EXPRESSIONS for 50 БЫТЬ КРАСНЕЕ, ЧЕМ ВЕЛИКИЕ ВЕЕРА КОРАЛЛОВ В ОКЕАНСКОЙ ПЕЩЕРЕ TO BE REDDER THAN THE GREAT FANS OF CORAL IN THE OCEAN CARVEN
TRUE/FALSE for 5 THE HAPPY PRINCE MANAGED TO EXPIATE HIS MISTAKES IN THE PAST. TRUE
FALSE TRUE/FALSE for 10 THE NIGHTINGALE DIED FOR THE SAKE OF FRIENDSHIP.
FALSE TRUE/FALSE for 20 THE MILLER UNDERSTOOD HIS GUILT AND WAS THE CHIEF AT THE FUNERAL.
THE SEAMSTRESS WAS EMBROIDERING PASSIONFLOWERS ON A SATIN GOWN FOR THE QUEEN. FALSE TRUE/FALSE for 50
THE GIANT WHO? for 5 THIS CHARACTER DIDN’T LET CHILDREN PLAY IN HIS GARDEN AT FIRST BUT THEN WAS HAPPY TO WELCOME THEM.
THE NIGHTINGALE WHO? for 10 THIS CHARACTER LIVED IN AN OAK-TREE
THE MILLER WHO? for 20 IT WOULD BE A GREAT LOSS FOR THIS CHARACTER IF SOMETHING HAPPENED WITH HIS LANTERN.
THE LINNET WHO for 50 THIS CHARACTER FRIGHTENED THE HAIL AND THE NORTH WIND.
THE SWALLOW WAS A C… FRIEND FOR THE HAPPY PRINCE. A COMPASIONATE FRIEND FILL IN THE GAPS for 5
WOODEN PLANKS FILL IN THE GAPS for 10 THE MILLER WANTED … …S TO REPAR HIS ROOF. r
TO ISSUE A PROCLAMATION FILL IN THE GAPS for 20 THE MAYOR WANTED TO … A … THAT BIRDS WERE NOT ALLOWED TO DIE THERE.
FILL IN THE GAPS for 50 The student threw the rose into the street where it fell … the … and a cartwheel went over it. into the gutter
100 200 300 400 100 200 300 400 100 200 300 400 100 200 300 400 WHY? WHO SAID IT? NAME FAIRY TALE UNSCRAMBLE THE LETTERS 1round
WHY? for 100 WHY DID THE STUDENT GO BACK TO PHILOSOPHY? HE THOUGHT LOVE WAS A SILLY THING, PHILOSOPHY WAS MIGHTER THAN LOVE.
WHY? for 200 WHY WAS PROFESSOR OF ORNITHOLOGY SUPRISED HE SAW A SWALLOW IN WINTER.
WHY? for 300 WHY DID THE GIANT LONG FOR HIS FIRST FRIEND? THE GIANT LOVED HIM THE BEST
WHY? for 400 Why did Little Hans take down a fur coat, a scarlet cap and tie a muffler round his throat one stormy night? He was asked to go to doctor by the Miller.
WHO SAID IT? for 100 REAL FRIENDS SHOULD HAVE EVERYTHING IN COMMON. THE MILLER
WHO SAID IT? for 200 “YOU HAVE RIGHTLY CHOSEN FOR IN MY GARDEN” THE GOD
WHO SAID IT? for 300 “I am afraid it will not go with my dress and the Chamberlain’s nephew has sent me some real jewels.” A girl (from fairy tale “The nightingale and the rose”
WHO SAID IT? for 400 I AM RATHER AFRAID THAT I HAVE ANNOYED HIM. THE FACT IS THAT I TOLD HIM A STORY WITH A MORAL. THE LINNET
NAME THE FARY-TALE for 100 “PLEASURES ARE NOT HAPPINESS” “THE HAPPY PRINCE”
NAME THE FAIRY-TALE for 200 “It is not half as useful as Logic, for it does not prove anything.” The Nightingale and the rose
NAME THE FAIRY-TALE for 300 “TRESPASSERES WILL BE PROSECUTED” THE SELFISH GIANT
NAME THE FAIRY-TALE for 400 “IDLENESS IS A GREAT SIN” THE DEVOTED FRIEND
UNSCRAMBLE THE LETTERS for 100 UWDNO WOUND
UNSCRAMBLE THE LETTERS FOR 200 EAGLN ANGEL
UNSCRAMBLE THE LETTERS FOR 300 RAASPDEI PARADISE
UNSCRAMBLE THE LETTERS FOR 400 EENSGIORTY GENEROSITY
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Oscar Wilde attracted the attention of his audience by the brilliance of his conversation, his knowledge, and the force of his personality.
In his works, especially in his tales, he glorifies beauty, and not only the beauty of nature or artificial beauty, but the beauty of devoted love. He admires unselfishness, kindness and generosity ("The Happy Prince", "The Nightingale and the rose") and despises egoism and greed ("The selfish Giant", "The devoted Friend").
The theme of these tales is quite realistic. Oscar Wilde shows the contrast between wealth and poverty. His own sympathy for poor, labouring people is quite evident.
The given game is based on these four tales. Read and play.