Граматичне завдання " Irregular verbs" в казках .Це завдання на вживання Past Simple. Учні зможуть застосувати на практиці свої знання, а вчитель проконтролювати якість отриманих знань. Сподіваюсь що учнямбуде цікаво виконувати це завдання.
English exercise “Irregular verbs”
The Hare and the Tortoise
One day the hare and the tortoise decided to have a race. The hare ______ (know) that he______ (can) run faster than the tortoise. But the tortoise_______ (be) more intelligent than the hare.
'Yes, I'll race you,_______' (say) the clever tortoise. The tortoise _______ (have) a clever plan. He_______ (find) his brothers and sisters and he_______ (tell) them to wait in different places along the path of the race. So they all _______ (hide) behind the trees along the path. The race ______ (begin)! The tortoise _______ (run) as fast as possible. But the hare______ (be) faster, of course. 'This will be a very easy race', ______ (think) the hare.So the hare ______ (decide) to have a rest, and he quickly______ (fall) asleep at the side of the road. Suddenly, the hare ______ (wake up) and he ______ (see) a tortoise ahead of him! 'How did he get ahead of me?' the hare asked himself. In fact, it ______ (be) not his friend the tortoise: it______ (be) the tortoise's sister. But to a hare, all tortoises look the same. The hare______ (run) past the tortoise easily. Soon, he ______ (can't) see the tortoise, so he______ (sit) down and he______ (have) another rest. Then the hare______ (get up) and continued the race. But - as the hare happily______ (come) around the last corner before the finish line - his friend the tortoise crossed the line and ______ (win) the race!
The Town Mouse and the Country Mouse
An Aesop’s Fable
Now you must know that a Town Mouse once upon a time (to go) on a visit to his cousin in the country. He (to be) rough and ready, this cousin, but he (to love) his town friend and ( to make) him heartily welcome. Beans and bacon, cheese and bread, (to be) all he (to have) to offer, but he (to offer) them freely.
The Town Mouse rather ( to turn up) his long nose at this country fare, and (to say) : "I cannot understand, Cousin, how you can put up with such poor food as this, but of course you cannot expect anything better in the country; come you with me and I will show you how to live. When you have been in town a week you will wonder how you could ever have stood a country life."
No sooner said than done: the two mice (to set off) for the town and (to arrive) at the Town Mouse's residence late at night.
"You will want some refreshment after our long journey," (to say) the polite Town Mouse, and (to take) his friend into the grand dining-room.
There they (to find) the remains of a fine feast, and soon the two mice were eating up jellies and cakes and all that (to be) nice.
Suddenly they (to hear) growling and barking.
"What is that?"(to say) the Country Mouse.
"It is only the dogs of the house," (to answer) the other.
"Only!" (to say) the Country Mouse. "I do not like that music at my dinner."
Just at that moment the door (to fly) open, two huge mastiffs (to come in), and the two mice (to have) to scamper down and run off.
"Good-bye, Cousin," (to say) the Country Mouse, "What! going so soon?" (to say) the other.
"Yes," he (to reply) ; "Better beans and bacon in peace than cakes and ale in fear."