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Not only football and swimming!

Craig Hopkins is 15 and he is in Year 11 at St Mary’s School in Oakham. He loves playing rugby and cricket. But his favourite sport is rowing. ‘There is a big lake near my school and we go there once a week to row,’ says Craig. ‘I’m in the school team, and two or three times a year we row against teams from schools in other parts of the country.’

Julia Ho is 16 and is in Year 11 at Sandown School, Derby. ‘Netball is cool,’ says Julia. ‘But I love orienteering! In orienteering, you have to run and run – but you have to find out where to go, too! You have a map and a compass, and you have to get to a place as fast as possible. It’s great fun – even when it’s raining!’


1. Թարգմանել տրված արտահայտությունները:

Ողջույն — hello
Բարի առավոտ — good morning
Բարի օր — good day
Բարի երեկո — good evening
Կտեսնվենք — see you soon
Հաճելի էր քեզ հանդիպել — it was pleasure seeing you
Շնորհակալություն — thank you
Խնդրեմ — you’re welcome
Ներեցեք — excuse me
Հոգ չէ, ոչինչ — never mind
Առողջություն — bless you
Շնորհավորանքներս — congratulations
Ցավակցում եմ — my condoleces
Թույլ տվեք ներկայացնել իմ ընկորոջը — let me indruduse my friend
Հաջողություն — bye

2. Պատմիր քո մասին` մի քանի նախադասությամբ:

I’m Maryna, I live in Yerevan. I’m 17. I have mother, father, sister, brother. My family is large. I’m studient in MSKH. I’m kpoper, I love so much Korean singers. I’m watch Kdrama. I have many friends. I love life.

3. Թարգմանել:

Տատիկ, պապիկ — grandma, grandpa
Մայրիկ, հայրիկ, ծնողներ — mother, father, parents
Քույր, եղբայր — sister, brother
Որդի, դուստր, երեխաներ — son, daughter, childrens
Քեռի, հորաքույր — aunt, uncle
Զարմիկ — cousin
Խորթ մայր, կնքահայր — stepmother, godfather
Սկեսուր, սկեսրայր — mother-in-law, father-in-law
Հարս, տեգր — sister-in-law, brother-in-law
Կին, ամուսին — wife, husbend

4. Գրել շաբաթվա օրերը:


5. Տեղադրել նախդիրները:

On Monday
At night
In August
In the evening
At 5 o’ clock
In 1998

6. Նկարագրել ընկերներից որևէ մեկին:

My friend is Gayane, she is veri nice girl, I love her very much. She is a studient in Polytech. She has brown eyes, her hairs is stralight.

7. Նկարագրել բնակարանը:

We have a buthroon, a linvin-room, a bedroom, a kitchen. In bedroom there is a bed, wardrobe, pillow and make up table.

Coca-Cola History

Coca-Cola history began in 1886 when the curiosity of an Atlanta pharmacist, Dr. John S. Pemberton, led him to create a distinctive tasting soft drink that could be sold at soda fountains. He created a flavored syrup, took it to his neighborhood pharmacy, where it was mixed with carbonated water and deemed “excellent” by those who sampled it. Dr. Pemberton’s partner and bookkeeper, Frank M. Robinson, is credited with naming the beverage “Coca‑Cola” as well as designing the trademarked, distinct script, still used today.

Did you know? The first servings of Coca‑Cola were sold for 5 cents per glass. During the first year, sales averaged a modest nine servings per day in Atlanta. Today, daily servings of Coca‑Cola beverages are estimated at 1.9 billion globally.

Prior to his death in 1888, just two years after creating what was to become the world’s #1-selling sparkling beverage, Dr. Pemberton sold portions of his business to various parties, with the majority of the interest sold to Atlanta businessman, Asa G. Candler. Under Mr. Candler’s leadership, distribution of Coca‑Cola expanded to soda fountains beyond Atlanta. In 1894, impressed by the growing demand for Coca‑Cola and the desire to make the beverage portable, Joseph Biedenharn installed bottling machinery in the rear of his Mississippi soda fountain, becoming the first to put Coca‑Cola in bottles. Large scale bottling was made possible just five years later, when in 1899, three enterprising businessmen in Chattanooga, Tennessee secured exclusive rights to bottle and sell Coca‑Cola. The three entrepreneurs purchased the bottling rights from Asa Candler for just $1. Benjamin Thomas, Joseph Whitehead and John Lupton developed what became the Coca‑Cola worldwide bottling system.


Among the biggest challenges for early bottlers, were imitations of the beverage by competitors coupled with a lack of packaging consistency among the 1,000 bottling plants at the time. The bottlers agreed that a distinctive beverage needed a standard and distinctive bottle, and in 1916, the bottlers approved the unique contour bottle. The new Coca‑Cola bottle was so distinctive it could be recognized in the dark and it effectively set the brand apart from competition. The contoured Coca‑Cola bottle was trademarked in 1977. Over the years, the Coca‑Cola bottle has been inspiration for artists across the globe — a sampling of which can be viewed at World of Coca‑Cola in Atlanta.
The first marketing efforts in Coca‑Cola history were executed through coupons promoting free samples of the beverage. Considered an innovative tactic back in 1887, couponing was followed by newspaper advertising and the distribution of promotional items bearing the Coca‑Cola script to participating pharmacies.

Fast forward to the 1970s when Coca‑Cola’s advertising started to reflect a brand connected with fun, friends and good times. Many fondly remember the 1971 Hilltop Singers performing “I’d Like to Buy the World a Coke”, or the 1979 “Have a Coke and a Smile” commercial featuring a young fan giving Pittsburgh Steeler, “Mean Joe Greene”, a refreshing bottle of Coca‑Cola. You can enjoy these and many more advertising campaigns from around the world in the Perfect Pauses Theater at World of Coca‑Cola.



The 1980s featured such memorable slogans as “Coke is It!”, “Catch the Wave” and “Can’t Beat the Feeling”. In 1993, Coca‑Cola experimented with computer animation, and the popular “Always Coca‑Cola” campaign was launched in a series of ads featuring animated polar bears. Each animated ad in the “Always Coca‑Cola” series took 12 weeks to produce from beginning to end. The bears were, and still are, a huge hit with consumers because of their embodiment of characteristics like innocence, mischief and fun. A favorite feature at World of Coca‑Cola is the ability to have your photo taken with the beloved 7′ tall Coca‑Cola Polar Bear.

Did you know? One of the most famous advertising slogans in Coca‑Cola history “The Pause That Refreshes” first appeared in the Saturday Evening Post in 1929. The theme of pausing with Coca‑Cola refreshment is still echoed in today’s marketing.


In 2009, the “Open Happiness” campaign was unveiled globally. The central message of “Open Happiness” is an invitation to billions around the world to pause, refresh with a Coca‑Cola, and continue to enjoy one of life’s simple pleasures. The “Open Happiness” message was seen in stores, on billboards, in TV spots and printed advertising along with digital and music components — including a single featuring Janelle Monae covering the 1980 song, “Are You Getting Enough Happiness?” The happiness theme continued with “Open the Games. Open Happiness” featured during the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, followed by a 2010 social media extension, “Expedition 206” — an initiative whereby three happiness ambassadors travel to 206 countries in 365 days with one mission: determining what makes people happy. The inspirational year-long journey is being recorded and communicated via blog posts, tweets, videos and pictures.

Experts have long believed in the connection between happiness and wellness, and Coca‑Cola is proud to have played a part in happy occasions around the globe. In Atlanta, check out the Coca‑Cola Theater at World of Coca‑Cola and see the magic that goes into every bottle of Coca-Cola.

Halloween in the United States

Halloween is usually celebrated amongst family, friends and, sometimes, co-workers. However, some areas hold large community events. Parties and other events may be planned on October 31 or in the weekends before and after this date. Adults may celebrate by watching horror films, holding costume parties or creating haunted houses or graveyards.

Many children dress up in fancy costumes and visit other homes in the neighborhood. At each house, they demand sweets, snacks or a small gift. If they do not get this, they threaten to do some harm to the inhabitants of the house. This is known as playing ‘trick-or-treat’ and is supposed to happen in a friendly spirit, with no nasty or mean tricks being carried out. However, if your children take part, it is important to accompany them and to check their ‘treats’ to make sure they are safe to eat or play with.

Some families carve lanterns with ‘scary’ faces out of pumpkins or other vegetables or decorate their homes and gardens in Halloween style. These were traditionally intended to ward off evil spirits. If you are at home on Halloween, it is a good idea to have a bowl of small presents or sweets to offer to anyone who knocks on your door. This will help you to please the little spirits in your neighborhood!

One cause that ties with Halloween is collecting donations for the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF). As children trick-or-treat on Halloween night, some of them might carry small cardboard boxes with the UNICEF logo on them and collect coins instead of the usual candy. The money collected is then given to UNICEF and used to help needy children worldwide.


Complate the dialogues with the correct forms of be.
1.Adnan:Are they American?
Eda:No they aren’t. They are British

2.Mum: Are you and Dave OK?
Alex:No we aren’t

3.Arne: Are you from China.
Girl: No we aren’t. We are from Japan


Complete the senteces

1.A:Is Simon Australian?
B:No I thing he is British.

2.A:Is a Avatar a good film?
B:No Avatar is interesting.

3.A:Tokio Hotel. Are they a pop group?
B:Yes, they are great!

4.A: Are Pietro and Daniela from Italy?
B: NO.They aren’t Italian.They’re Swiss.

How the wolf lost his tail(ինչպես գայլը կորցրեց պոչը)

ONE day the wolf and the fox were out together, and they stole a dish of crowdie. Now the wolf was the biggest beast of the two, and he had a long tail like a greyhound, and great teeth.

The fox was afraid of him, and did not dare to say a word when the wolf ate the most of the crowdie, and left only a little at the bottom of the dish for him, but he determined to punish him for it; so the next night when they were out together the fox said—

“I smell a very nice cheese, and” (pointing to the moonshine on the ice) “there it is too.”

“And how will you get it?” said the wolf. “Well, stop you here till I see if the farmer is asleep, and if you keep your tail on it, nobody will see you or know that it is there. Keep it steady. I may be some time coming back.”

So the wolf lay down and laid his tail on the moonshine in the ice, and kept it for an hour till it was fast. Then the fox, who had been watching him, ran in to the farmer and said: “The wolf is there; he will eat up the children, —the wolf! the wolf!”

Then the farmer and his wife came out with sticks to kill the wolf, but the wolf ran off leaving his tail behind him, and that’s why the wolf is stumpy-tailed to this day, though the fox has a long brush.

Մի օր գայլն ու աղվեսը միասին գողացան մի աման շիլա : Գայլը այդ երկուսից ամենամեծ գազաներ. նա ուներ երկար պոչ և մեծ ատամներ:

Աղվեսը վաղենում էր նրանից և չէր համարցակվում որևէ բառ ասել , երբ գայլը ուտում էր շիլայի մեծ մասը և շատ քիչ էր մնացել ափսեի մեջ իր համար , բայց նա որոշեց պատժել նրան : ՈՒստի հաջորդ գիշեր, երբ նրանք դուրս եկան միասին, աղվեսը ասաց.

— Ես շատ լավ պանրի հոտեմ առնում ,- և մատնացույց արեց լուսնի լույսի տակ սառույցը

-Իսկ ինչպես այն վերցնենք

— Դե դու մնա այստեղ,մինչ ես տեսնեմ ֆերմերը քնած է:ԵՎ դու կպահես պոչտ սառույցի վրա , որ ոչ ոք չտեսնի, ինչ կա այնտեղ ,պահիր այն անշարժ, ես շուտով կվերադառնամ : ԵՎ գայլը պառկեց պոչը սառուցի մեջ դրված և այդպես մեկ ժամ անշարժ: Այնուհետև աղվեսը, որ հետևում էր նրան վազեց ֆերմերի մոտ և գոռաց. <<Գայլը այնտեղ է, նա կուտի երեխաներին: Գայլ~ը, գայլ~ը…:

ԵՎ ֆերմերն ու իր կինը դուրս եկան մահակներով սպանելու գայլին , սակայն գայլը փախավ թողնելով իր պոչը, ահա թե ինչու գայլը ունի երկար, իսկ աղվեսը կարճ պոչ: