Atbilžu arhīvs Atbilžu arhīvs
№ 20102, Angļu valoda, 5 klase
tam dani slova i nado ix postevitj v praviljnuju formu
1.collect a.pictures
2.go b.magazines
3.paint c.tennis
4.play d.diving
5.plaj e.music
6.take f.guitar
7.love g. photos

nastja32
nastja32
nastja32
1-b 2-d 3-a 4-c 5-f 6-g 7-e

Nice
Nice
Nice
collect magazines
go diving
paint pictures
play guitar
play tennis
take photos
love music

Natalie_m
Natalie_m
Natalie_m
Там несколько вариантов на самом деле возможны! ну вот например: Collect magazines, go diving, paint pictures, play tennis, play the guitar, take photos, love music

Anjutik
Anjutik
Anjutik
Collect magazines; go diving; paint pictires; play tennis; play guitar; love music; take photos

AndR
AndR
AndR
Mozet bitj tak, no ja ne uveren:
Collect magazines
Go diving
Paint pictures
Play tennis
Play guitar
Take photos
Love misic
№ 20115, Angļu valoda, 5 klase
Kak na anglijskom praviljno skazatj: Zavtra budet novij denj.

Решу ВСЁ!!!!!!
Решу ВСЁ!!!!!!
Решу ВСЁ!!!!!!
tomorrow will be new day

DeMoNs
DeMoNs
DeMoNs
Tomorrow will a new day

Sandra
Sandra
Sandra
Tomorrow will be a new day.

Анфиса
Анфиса
Анфиса
Tomorrow will be a new day

AndR
AndR
AndR
Tomorrow will be a new day
№ 20468, Angļu valoda, 5 klase
Grāmata: Enjoy! 3. Activity Book. Form 5 (Krīgere G. u.c.)
Uzdevuma numurs: 1.2 uzd

1.2 uzd 34 lpp
a tak we riwite mne 2.1 neponimaju
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Sergikkk
Savieno atbilstoši raksti ciparu ar ciparu ar kādu tam ir sakars

1) You are going to have a test on 1)You should wear a hat and scarf
Monday
2)It is cold and windy today. 2)You should see the doctor
3)Your handsare very dirty 3)You should go to bed at 9 o clock
4)Tom, your hair is very long 4)You should repeat the words
5)You have sore eyes 5) You should help her to clean the kitchen.
6)Mum feels sick today 6) You shouldgo to the hairdressers
7)You have to get up at 6 o clock
In the morning 7) You should clean them in the morning and in the
Evening
8)Your teeth are not clean 8) You should wash them before dinner


1 – 4
2 – 1
3 - 8
4 – 6
5 – 2
6 – 5
7 – 3
8 – 7


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№ 20492, Angļu valoda, 5 klase
small poem about irish people and irish life????

Sergikkk
Sergikkk
Sergikkk
Part 2
A Hitchhiker for a guide

While traveling through Ireland, I often enough had passengers - local people hitchhiking home, to their jobs or wherever else. Some were silent people, but many of them more than a bit chatty ... must have been my charm =^^=
Among the many I met, I will mention two here ... but I'm grateful for all I met - they showed my sides of Ireland I would have never discovered otherwise, and blessed me with many insights about Ireland, Irish people, life, women, men, love, sheep, whiskey, God, sisters-in-law and so much more... some quite dazzling, others... oh well ^^; ... at least it never got boring.
The first passengers I took with me were actually two young girls on their way to the next village where they wanted to meet some friends. It was on my second day in Ireland - I was still struggling a bit with the English language and especially the Irish accent, but those two young ladies helped me a lot and in a very charming way... not just with my struggles with English. Be it that they told me about how the Irish tend to ignore all speed limits - while in recent years the police started to enforce the same more strictly (this early warning probably saved me from quite a few speeding tickets ^^;), how hitchhiking is normal (at least in rural areas of Ireland), where to look for good and tasty food in the area, or gave me my first insights in Irish social life in the more rural areas of the island... while I told them about Germany and shared my lunch with them, as they shared their drinks with me. I'm still glad that I gave them a lift that hot day on a small road in the middle of nowhere ... for it was the beginning of meeting many interesting people.
The second passenger I will tell about was really 'one in a million' ^^; ... born in Ireland, he lived in England just to come back since 'nothing's like Ireland, you know'. He worked in Galway, but lived in a small village somewhere in Connemara - and his car had been stolen a few days ago. I drove him almost right in front of his doorstep, but first we made a few detours ... since he offered me to show his part of Connemara to me ... explaining the breathtaking sights on the way. I doubt that I would have ever seen half of the beauty of this rugged county without his help, nor ever got to know even a quarter of what he told me ... and not just about the places he showed me. In the hours we drove through Connemara, we chatted about countless things ... about topics like: 'The Irish and The English' ('Of course there are still some English around here - well, they are Irish, but they are still English' ... at least that is the summarization of about half an hour ^^;) ... 'Irish people are not superstitious' (ten minutes later he pointed out a house to me which is haunted ... half an hour later we talked about how different places have different vibes...) ... 'Religion in Ireland' ('I'm catholic - it comes with the passport' ^^;) ... 'Energy in Ireland' (after a short chat about the situation in Ireland I was practically invited with my company - the one which is into alternative energy systems - to re-settle in Ireland ... remember - all Irish people _own_ their entire island!) ... and on and on ... I can't help but smile again while remembering this drive through Connemara.
So if you have a good intuition about people, are not shy to meet new friends ('A stranger is a friend you haven't met yet') ... give some of the hitchhikers on your way a ride, you will be blessed with insights, sights and experiences you will never find otherwise ... and make their day a bit easier =^^=
Food and other stuff
There are things most people will hardly notice or think about - but I tend to enjoy even seemingly small things with all my heart... and there were many seemingly small things that made my journey all the more fun and pleasant.
As I will happily admit, I can't shake off my German roots. One of these roots is that I'm addicted to bread - we shouldn't be called 'krauts', we should be called 'breads' ^^; When traveling through other countries, this is one of the very few things I really tend to miss - good bread, not just standard toast and some white bread you get nearly everywhere in the world. In Germany, we have countless kinds of bread ... if you can bake bread from something or something can be baked into bread - we will try it. During my journey through Ireland, a special kind of Irish brown bread was my constant companion - I had found a bread that was considered worthy of my German tastes! *_* While others went to pubs in villages for lunch, I often enough sat down somewhere in the middle of nowhere, enjoying the sight(s) around me and my lunch - brown bread with butter ^^;
I will be the first one to admit that I love good food ... and in Ireland I got a lot of it ... salmon, prawns, crabs ... fresh lamb ... tasty meals made from potatoes ... Ireland is an experience for the eyes with it's beautiful landscape (and sometimes really pretty girls ^_~), an experience for the nose with it's varied scents, an experience for the ears with the music and sometimes really chatty inhabitants ... and the taste buds have no reason to complain either.
Talking about music ... Ireland is the only land in the world with a musical instrument as it's symbol - the harp - well for a reason. Wherever I went, there was a good chance to be greeted by music ... not just music from a stereo in almost every shop and pub ... but also life music in the pubs, people singing or humming to themselves ... music and poetry run deep in Ireland. I always loved Celtic music ranging from Alan Stivell to The Dubliners ... but my love became even deeper while traveling through Ireland ... where music is still alive.
There were many other little things during my journey that made me smile ever-so-often ... how I was often enough mistaken for a local or at least for an Irish girl (I tend to adapt rather quickly and blend in quite well ^^;) ... the little quirks of Irish people in general and in particular (to give an example - if someone in Ireland greets you with tilting his head to the side and maybe even winking at you - don't think anything wrong, he's just greeting you the Irish way) ... the special style of Irish humor ... sheeps blocking the road for five minutes..ten minutes.. fifteen minutes.. ... the famous Irish rain and fog (I had many warm and sunny days during my stay, but the rainy days - hoooo boy.. I think I grew at least an inch in this rich Irish rain ^^;) ... chatting away for minutes or hours with shopkeepers, local people, guests in a pub, policemen on the street.. ... or enjoying complete silence and no people around me as far as I could see in a wide land for hours.
There are truly many little things that make traveling through Ireland even more worthwhile, if you take the time to enjoy them

renchinja
renchinja
renchinja


Part 2
A Hitchhiker for a guide
While traveling through Ireland, I often enough had passengers - local people hitchhiking home, to their jobs or wherever else. Some were silent people, but many

Anjutik
Anjutik
Anjutik
Irish people like having fun, and have many words to describe this national propensity. Even 'fun' has its own word - the crack2.
Irish people are known to talk. A lot.
''The Irish people like to work hard and they like to play hard

Generally Irish society is very different now. In 1950s Ireland people were leaving to work, nowadays people are coming to Ireland to work. Huge Polish community here now, and many other Eastern European nationalities are here too.
Most Irish are Catholics and have a devotion to the Blessed Mother. Irish are very very smart, especially the ones who do not drink. They work very hard. You will not ever find a harder worker employee than an Irish who does not drink. In Ireland the woman run the household and the money, etc. Irish are prone to arguments and do have quick tempers. They are very funny. They do not seem to be all that materialistic compared to the other ethnicities.
there are a lot of alcoholics, and yelling fish wives and superstitious Irish, but I don't think it's really more so than in any other culture. There were signs here in the US that said things like "No Irish Need Apply" for jobs and housing because of the discrimination against the Irish in the US for so long based on these stereotypes. We're not all bog hoppers, paddys and mics either! My mom's family laugh and say "lace curtain" or "shanty" Irish. We get our houses and cars blest, and do some superstitious stuff. And, of course, we have tons of cops and firemen in our family.... lol I guess we are a little stereotypical in some ways! :)


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Sandra
Sandra
Irish Literature
I. Introduction

Irish Literature, literature written either in Gaelic (see Celtic Languages) or in English by writers of Irish birth who remain identified with Irish life and culture. For discussions of the work of those Irish-born writers in English who are closely identified with English life and literature—such as Jonathan Swift, Oliver Goldsmith, Richard Brinsley Sheridan, George Bernard Shaw, Oscar Wilde, and James Joyce—see Drama and Dramatic Arts: Western Theatre; English Literature; and articles under the names of individual writers. For a discussion of Irish literature in Gaelic, see Gaelic Literature

Turpinājums -> http://au.encarta.msn.com/text_761566508__1/Irish_Literature.html
№ 20651, Angļu valoda, 5 klase
diolog

ORANGE
ORANGE
ORANGE
A:Hallo.
B:Hallo.
A:Who are you?
B:I am teenager.
A: What is your name?
B: My name is Steeve
A: How old are you?
B: I am 13 years old.And how old are you?
A: I am 12 years old.
B: By.
A: By.

Vlad
Vlad
Vlad
-привет,-поздоровался со мной друг
-привет,-ответил я ему
-Как у тебя дела?-спросил он меня
- уменя все хорошо, я иду в школу, пошли со мной!-предложил я другу
-Пошли, ведь нам попути!-Радостно от

Vitalik
Vitalik
Vitalik
Диалог на картинке
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Анфиса
Анфиса
Анфиса
-Hello Sally!
-Hay Anny.
-What do you do today?
-I will goo to the park.
-Ok.
-Bye,Anny.
-Stop!
-Wnat's?
-You like horse?
-No.
-Ok,bye.
№ 20670, Angļu valoda, 5 klase
point and sau

Limonka!!!
Limonka!!!
Limonka!!!
Пункт(точка) и говорит

Vlad
Vlad
Vlad
укажите и скажите

ketrin
ketrin
ketrin
ti imela v vidu point and say??? perevesti??указывают и говорят
№ 20737, Angļu valoda, 5 klase
Grāmata: Enjoy! 3. Activity Book. Form 5 (Krīgere G. u.c.)
Uzdevuma numurs: 1

Complete the alphabet.

Anjutik
Anjutik
Anjutik
AB c D e F g h i j KLMNOP q r s T u V w X y Z

Sergikkk
Sergikkk
Sergikkk
AB c D e F g h i j KLMNOP q r s T u V w X y Z

ORANGE
ORANGE
ORANGE
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
:)

Da6usja!
Da6usja!
Da6usja!
ABCDEFGKLMNOPQRTVSXYZ_pomoemu tak

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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
№ 20738, Angļu valoda, 5 klase
Grāmata: Challenge 1. Form 5. Activity Book 1 (Matisāne V. u.c.)
Uzdevuma numurs: 1

Complete the alphabet.
AB_D_F____KLMNOP___T_V_X_Z

Sergikkk
Sergikkk
Sergikkk
AB c D e F g h i j KLMNOP q r s T u V w X y Z

ORANGE
ORANGE
ORANGE
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
:)

Da6usja!
Da6usja!
Da6usja!
ABCDEFGKLMNOPQRTVXYZ-pomoemu tak

baby
baby
baby
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ

Anjutik
Anjutik
Anjutik
AB c D e F g h i j KLMNOP q r s T u V w X y Z
№ 20765, Angļu valoda, 5 klase
Grāmata: Enjoy! 3. Pupil's Book. Form 5 (Krīgere G. u.c.)
Uzdevuma numurs: unit 1

marcel and the white star

Anjutik
Anjutik
Anjutik
Marcel and the White Star
STEPHEN RABLEY

best-seller
detektiv o tom kak sishik ishet ogromnij brilliant White star, ukradennij u opernoi pevici
Marcel the detective mouse is on the trail again. Thieves have stolen the famous White Star diamond ring which belongs to the opera singer ...
№ 20883, Angļu valoda, 5 klase
napishite mne pjatj zapretov i pjatj razrishenij na angliskom

krista
krista
krista
Don`t jumping / work
Don`t touch / eat
Don`t walk / whrite
Don`t lie / listen
Don`t sleep / talk

zenja
zenja
zenja
Pjat' zapretov: Back!It is impos!Notysible!Nowise not touch!It is not necessary!Not look! Pjat'razreshenij:For ward!It is possible!In a king way!Jt is necessary!Necessarily take!

Артикк !!!
Артикк !!!
Артикк !!!
(запреты) you must don't play computer for three weeks!
don't buy candy's!
don't play with bear!
don't feed animals!
don't drink alcohol !
(разрешения)
now you can go home
now you can do your homework
now you can dance
now you can buy animal
now you can eat some candy's

=)

AndR
AndR
AndR
No smoking [Не курить];
It is illegal to smoke anywhere in this station [На этой станции в любом месте курение запрещено законом];
No smoking except in designated areas [Курение запрещено, за исключением специально обозначенных мест];

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Anjutik
no entrance; no smoking, No parking,
welcome, free entrance, use for free,
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