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    Стихи на английском языке

    Good morning

    Good morning to you,
    Good morning to you,
    Good morning, dear teacher,
    Good morning to you.

    Good night

    Good night mother,
    Good night father,
    Kiss your little son.
    Good night sister,
    Good night brother,
    Good night everyone.

    Good - bye

    Good - bye,
    Good - bye,
    Good - bye
    My doll.
    Good - bye,
    Good - bye,
    Good - bye
    You all.

    My Class

    1, 2, 3. 1, 2, 3.
    I like school and
    school likes me!

    My face

    Eyes and ears.
    Eyes and ears.
    Eyes and ears.
    1, 2, 3.

    Colours

    Red, yellow, pink and white.
    Let's play ball day and night!

    My family

    A B CDE
    This is my family.
    G HIJ
    I love them every day.
    K L MNO
    Mother, father, baby, oh
    P Q RST
    Brother, sister, you can see
    U V W X Y Z
    All the people in my family.

    Do it

    Pick up, put down, stand up, turn round
    Clap left, clap right, clap up, clap down.
    Look left, look right, look up, look down.
    Turn round, sit down, touch something …brown!

    Point to your teacher, point to the door,
    Look at the window, look at the floor,
    Stand on your left leg, stand on your right.
    Now sit down, touch something…white.

    Put your hands and touch your toes.
    Cross your fingers, hold your nose.
    Bend your knees and shake your head,
    Stamp your feet, touch something…red.

    Head and shoulders, knees and toes,
    Knees and toes, knees and toes;
    Head and shoulders, knees and toes,
    Eyes, ears, mouth and nose.

    I like

    I like comics, I like hats.
    I like biscuits, trees and cats.
    I don't like spider, I don't like cheese.
    I don't like rats or big yellow bees.

    I like To Skip

    I like to skip,
    I like to jump,
    I like to run about,
    I like to play,
    I like to sing,
    I like to laugh and shout.

    Week

    Monday's child is nice and slow
     Tuesday's child is go, go, go
      Wednesday's child is very funny
       Thursday's child is happy and sunny
        Friday's child is like a king
         Saturday's child can dance and sing
          Sunday's childe can stand on her head
           And count the ghosts under her bed!

    My House

    Let's go to my house.
    Let's go today.
    I'll show you all the rooms
    Where we work and play.

    Here is the kitchen
    Where Mother cooks for me.
    Here is the living room
    Where I watch TV.

    Here is the dining room.
    We eat here every day.
    And this room is my room
    Where I sleep and play.

    The Toy Shop

    I can see balls and bats and cars.
    I can see boats and planes.
    I can see carts, skipping ropes, dolls.
    I can see ships and trains.
    I can see games and tops and lorries.
    I can see bear and bikes.
    I can see swings and slides and skates.
    I can see drums and kites.

    Of all the toys I can see,
    I want one for me!

    What Are Little Boys Made of?

    What are little boys made of?
    What are little boys made of?
    Frogs and snails,
    And puppy-dogs' tails;
    That's what little boys are made of.

    What are little girls made of?
    What are little girls made of?
    Sugar and spice,
    and all that's nice;
    That's what little girls are made of.

    What Are Little Girls Made of?

    What are little boys made of?
    What are little boys made of?
    Frogs and snails,
    And puppy-dogs' tails;
    That's what little boys are made of.

    What are little girls made of?
    What are little girls made of?
    Sugar and spice,
    and all that's nice;
    That's what little girls are made of.

    Can You Tell Me

    Can you tell me,
    Can you tell me,
    What little boys do?
    They run and jump.
    They run and jump,
    So I will jump too.

    Can you tell me,
    Can you tell me,
    What little girls do?
    They dance and skip,
    They dance and skip,
    So I will skip too.

    Can you tell me,
    Can you tell me,
    What little soldiers do?
    They fight and march,
    They fight and march,
    So I will march too.

    Can you tell me,
    Can you tell me,
    What little people do?
    They play and work,
    They play and work,
    So I will work too.

    Can you tell me,
    Can you tell me,
    What little babies do?
    They eat and sleep,
    They eat and sleep,
    So I will sleep too.

    I'm a Brand new Daddy

    I'm a brand new daddy,
    Proud as I can be
    Of this little darling
    Right in front of me.
    You're so different from the rest.
    Daddy knows that he's been blessed
    With the very, very best
    Wonder in the world.

    Daddy will be here

    Everything to both of us is so new.
    As you learn about the world
    I learn about you,
    There's no need to fear.
    Daddy will be here,
    And I'll love and care for you
    Through the years.

    An Irish Blessing

    May the road rise up to meet you;
    May the wind be always at your back;
    May the rains fall soft upon your fields;
    And until we meet again,
    May God hold you in the palm of his hand.

    The Mistletoe

    Mommy,
       Daddy,
          Quick!
             Let's go
    And stand
       Beneath
          The mistletoe.
    You kiss me
       and I'll kiss you,
    Here comes Sister,
       kiss her too.
    Mommy,
       Daddy,
          Quick!
             Let's go
    And stand
       Beneath
          The mistletoe.

    Rain, rain go away

    Rain, rain go away,
    Come again another day.



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    B 

    A big black bug bit a big black bear, made the big black bear bleed blood.

    B 

    Blake's black bike's back brake bracket block broke.

    B-TT 

    The batter with the butter is the batter that is better!

    B-TT 

    Betty Better bought some butter. "But," she said, "this butter's bitter.
    If I put it in my batter, it will make my batter bitter.
    But a bit of better butter will make my bitter batter better."
    So she bought a bit of better butter and made her bitter batter better.

    Bl-Bee 

    One black beetle bled only black blood, the other black beetle bled blue.

    Ea 

    Each Easter Eddie eats eighty Easter eggs.

    F 

    There was a young fisher named Fisher who fished for a fish in a fissure.

    F 

    The fish with a grin, pulled the fisherman in; now they're fishing the fissure for Fischer.

    Fl 

    A flea and a fly flew up in a flue. Said the flea, "Let us fly!" Said the fly, "Let us flee!" So they flew through a flaw in the flue.

    Gr-G 

    Great gray goats

    M-N-G 

    Can you imagine an imaginary menagerie manager
    imagining managing an imaginary menagerie?

    Oi-Oy 

    What noise annoys an oyster most?
    A noisy noise annoys an oyster most.

    Ow 

    Clowns grow glowing crowns.

    Pe-Pi 

    Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.
    Did Peter Piper pick a peck of pickled peppers?

    R-Wh 

    Ripe white wheat reapers reap ripe white wheat right.

    S-Sh 

    The soldier's shoulder surely hurts!

    S-W-Ch 

    There's a sandwich on the sand which was sent by a sane witch.

    Sh 

    Shy Shelly says she shall sew sheets.

    Sh-S-Sl 

    She sees seas slapping shores.

    Si-Sea 

    Six sick sea-serpents swam the seven seas.

    Si-Sh 

    The sixth sick sheik's sixth sheep's sick.

    Si-St 

    Six stick shifts stuck shut.

    Sl-Sh 

    I slit the sheet, the sheet I slit, and on the slitted sheet I sit.

    St-Sk-Th 

    A skunk sat on a stump and thunk (thought) the stump stunk, but the stump thunk the skunk stunk.

    Sw 

    Swan swam over the sea. Swim, swan, swim! Swan swam back again. Well swum, swan!

    T 

    The two-twenty-two train tore through the tunnel.

    T-W-Ch 

    If two witches would watch two watches, which witch would watch which watch?

    Tw 

    Twelve twins twirled twelve twigs.

    Tw-Th 

    A twister of twists once twisted a twist.
    and the twist that he twisted was a three twisted twist.
    now in twisting this twist, if a twist should untwist,
    would the twist that untwisted untwist the twists.

    W-Ch-Sh-Ck 

    Which witch wished which wicked wish?

    W-One 

    One-One was a racehorse; Two-Two was one, too.
    When One-One won one race, Two-Two won one, too.

    W-Th 

    Whenever the weather is cold.
    Whenever the weather is hot.
    We'll whether the weather,
    whatever the weather,
    whether we like it or not.

    One, Two, Buckle My Shoe

    1... 2... Buckle my shoe
    3... 4... Knock at the door
    5... 6... Pick up sticks
    7... 8... Lay them straight
    9... 10... A big fat hen

    11... 12... Dig and delve
    13... 14... Maids a-courting
    15... 16... Maids in the kitchen
    17... 18... Maids a-waiting
    19... 20... I've had plenty!

    Collected Near Marcogg

    One for death and two for birth,
    Three for wind and four for earth,
    Five for fire, six for rain,
    Seven's joy and eight is pain,
    Nine to go, ten back again!

    This STICK will TELL the ONE we CHOOSE
    To BE the LORD in SHINing SHOES
    To RUle LANDS both NEAR and FAR
    The STICK says YOU will BE King THAR!

    Under the ocean, green and deep
    Lie the fishes fast asleep,
    Under the arm and over the shoe,
    Tap on the head, and out goes YOU!

    One for sorrow,
    two for joy,
    three for a girl,
    for for a boy,
    five for silver,
    six for gold,
    seven for a secret,
    never to be told,
    eight for a wish,
    nine for a kiss,
    ten for a time
    of joyous bliss.

    Bee, a bee, a bumblebee
    Stung a man upon his knee
    And a hog upon his snout,
    I'll be dogged if you ain't out!

    Eeny, meeny, miney, moe
    Catch a tiger by his toe,
    If he squeals, let him go,
    Eeny, meeny, miney, moe.

    One, two, three, four, five,
    I caught a fish alive.
    Six, seven, eight, nine, ten,
    I let him go again.
    O-U-T spells out goes you!

    A B C D E F G
    come on out and play with me.
    H I J
    come and play.
    K L M
    come with them.
    N O P
    near the tree.
    Q R S T U V
    Oh, how happy we will be.
    W X Y Z
    Lot's of fun for you and me.



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    Riddles

    What is black and white and pink all over?

    An embarrassed zebra.

    What clothes does a house wear?

    Address.

    Why do birds fly south in winter?

    It's too far to walk.

    Why did the chicken cross the road?

    To get to the other side.

    Why did the bird cross the road?

    It was the chicken's day off.

    What is a bird after it is 5 yeas old?

    Six years old.

    What has lots of eyes but never sees?

    A potato.

    What is always in bed but never sleeps?

    A river.

    What gets bigger the more you take away from it?

    A hole.

    What black and white all over?

    A newspaper.

    What kind of apple isn't an apple?

    A pineapple.

    Where were lemons first found?

    In a tree.



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    Soap.

    Soap is green or red, or white,
    Or blue, or black as inc.
    But when you wash it is turn white,
    It is so strange, I think.

    Blue sea…

    Blue sea, green tree.
    Brown hand, yellow sand.
    Rose red, grey head.
    Snow white, black night.

    Colours.


    Red and yellow, blue and green,
    Blue and green, blue and green,
    Red and yellow, blue and green,
    Black and white and brown.

    Orange, purple, pink and grey,
    Pink and grey, pink and grey,
    Orange, purple, pink and grey,
    Black and white and brown.

    Blue is the sea.

    Blue is the sea,
    Green is the grass,
    White are the clouds
    As they slowly pass.

    Black are the crows,
    Brown are the trees,
    Red are the sails
    Of a ship in the breeze.

    I see green…

    I see green, I see yellow,
    I see that funny fellow.
    I see white, I see black,
    I see this and that and that.

    I see pink, I see brown,
    I stand up and I sit down,
    I see red, I see blue,
    I see you and you and you!

    I see…

    I see green, I see brown.
    I stand up and I sit down.
    I see red, I see blue,
    I see you and you, and you!

    The frog is green.

    The frog is green, green, green
    And so is the tree,
    One, two, three, one, two, three.
    Red, red, red the rose,
    Blue, blue, blue the dress.
    Grey, grey, grey the rat
    And so is the cat!

    What is green?

    Please, tell me, what is green?
    Grass is green, so long and clean.
    “What is red?”, asked little Fred.
    “The ball is red”, says his brother Ted.
    What is grey? Can you say?
    Yes, I can – the mouse is grey!
    What is white? I want to know.
    Milk is white and so is snow!

    Small as a peanut.

    Small as a peanut
    Big as a giant
    We're all the same size
    When we turn off the light
    Red, black or orange
    Yellow or white
    We all look the same
    When we turn off the light
    So maybe the way
    To make everything right
    Is for God to just reach out
    And turn off the light!

    Colours.

    Red and yellow, pink and green,
    Orange and purple, and blue,
    I can sing a rainbow,
    Sing a rainbow,
    Sing a rainbow too.
    Red and yellow, pink and green,
    Orange and purple, and blue,
    I can see a rainbow,
    See a rainbow,
    See a rainbow too.

    Come unto these yellow sands.

    Come unto these yellow sands,
    And then take hands:
    Curtsied when you have, and kissed
    The wild waves whist:
    Foot it featly here and there,
    And, sweet sprites, the burden bear.
    Hark, hark! Bow-wow;
    The watch dogs bark: bow-wow.
    Hark, hark! I hear
    The strain of strutting Chanticleer
    Cry Cockadiddle-do.

    Paint box people.

    Mrs red Fox went to bed
    With a turban on her head.
    Mrs white Cat had a fright
    In the middle of the night;
    Saw a ghost eating toast
    Half way up a lamp post.
    Mrs brown Bear went to town
    With her knickers hanging down.
    Mrs green Lizard saw the scene and put it in a magazine.

    The bow that has no arrow.

    Which is the bow that has no arrow?
    The rainbow that never killed a sparrow.
    Which is the singer that has but one song?
    The cuckoo, who singeth it all day long.
    When daisies pied and violets blue.

    When daisies pied, and violets blue,
    And cuckoo-buds of yellow hue:
    And lady-smocks all silver white,
    Do paint the meadow with delight,
    The cuckoo then on every tree,
    Mocks married men, for this sings he,
    Cuckoo; cuckoo, cuckoo: O word of fear,
    Appeasing to a married ear.

    If you're wearing red today.

    If you're wearing red today,
    Red today, red today,
    If you're wearing red today,
    Stand up and say "Hoo-ray!"
    Repeat: for other colors

    A pencil-box.

    I have many pencils:
    Red and green and blue.
    I’ll draw a picture
    And give it to you!
    I have many pencils.

    I have many pencils,
    Red and green and blue.
    I shall draw a picture
    And give it to you!

    I have many pencils,
    My brother has a pen.
    We can draw on paper
    Funny little man.

    ***

    One, two. How are you?
    Three, four. Who's at the door?
    Five, six. My name is Fix.
    Seven, eght. Sorry, I'm late.
    Nine, ten. Say it again.

    * * *

    Higletty, pigglety, pop!
    The dog has eaten the mop;
    The pig's in a hurry,
    The cat's in a flurry,
    Higletty, pigglety, pop!

    * * *

    One-have some fun,
    Two-I like you,
    Three-watch TV,
    Four-run to the door,
    Five-learn to drive
    Six-learn to fix,
    Seven-jump seven,
    Eght-dont' be late,
    Nine-feel fine,
    Ten-say it again!

    * * *

    Hey diddle, diddle,
    The cat and the fiddle,
    The cow jumped over the moon;
    The little dog laughed
    To see such sport,
    And the dish ran away with the spoon.

    * * *

    Little Tom Tittlemouse
    Lived in a bell-house;
    The bell-house broke,
    And Tom Tittlemouse woke.

    * * *

    Gilly Silly Jarter,
    She lost her garter,
    In a shower of rain.
    The miller found it,
    The miller ground it,
    And the miller gave it to Silly again.

    * * *

    Little Miss Tucket
    Sits on a bucket
    Eating her peaches and cream.
    Then comes a grasshopper
    And tries to stop her.
    But she says, "Go away or I'll scream!"


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