Англійська мова: Навчальний посібник - П.О. Бех 1992

Weather and seasons
Memory work

Proverbs and Sayings

When two Englishmen meet, their first talk is about weather.— Коли зустрічаються два англійці, вони починають розмову про погоду.

After rain or clouds comes fair weather.— Після бурі настає тиша.

Rain before seven, fine before eleven.— Сім п’ятниць на тиждень.

The morning sun never lasts a day.— Вранішнє сонце ніколи весь день не світить. (Ніщо не вічне.)

Christmas comes but once a year.— Різдво буває раз на рік. (Двічі на рік літа не буває.)

There is no bad weather, there are bad clothes.— Немає поганої погоди, є поганий одяг.

As you sow, you shall mow.— Що посієш, те й пожнеш.

Poems

When the weather is wet,

We mast not fret,—

When the weather is cold,

We must not scold.

When the weather is warm,

We must not storm,—

But be thankful together

Whatever the weather.

The seasons

Spring is green,

Summer is bright,

Autumn is yellow,

Winter is white.

In the Spring In the spring,

In the spring,

Sweet and Fresh is everything.

Winter winds are no more blowing,

In the fields all is growing,

In the spring,

In the spring.

Sweet and fresh is everything!

The Sun is Shining

The sun is shining,

The flowers are blooming;

The sky is blue,

The rains are few.

The sky is blue,

The rains are few.

The snow is falling.

The wind is blowing;

The ground is white,

All day and all night.

The ground is white,

All day and all night.

The Wind

Oh, I want to know:

What does the wind do?

Where does the wind go?

Mother, when it does not blow?

No one can tell me,

Nobody knows,

Where the wind came from,

Where the wind goes.

The Wind

by R, L, Stevenson

I saw you toss the kites on high

And blow the birds about the sky.

And all around I heard you pass

Like ladies' skirts across the grass.

Oh, wind, а-blowing all day long,

Oh, wind, that sings so loud a song!

I saw the different things you did.

But always you yourself, you kid.

I felt you push, I heard you call,

I could not see yourself at all,

Oh wind, a-blowing all day long!

Oh, wind that sings so loud a song!

Windy Nights

by R. L. Stevenson

Whenever the moon and stars are set.

Whenever the wind is high,

All night long in the dark and wet

A man goes riding by.

Late in the night when the fires are out.

Why does he gallop and gallop about?





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