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The Practical Princess
Princess Miliena was as lovely as the moon shining upon a lake. She was as graceful as a cat. And she was also very practical, always ready to take actions instead of dreaming.
When she was born, three fairies came to her cradle to give her gifts as it was usual in that country. The first fairy gave her beauty. The second one gave her grace. But the third one, who was a wise old creature, said, "I' II give her common sense".
"I don't think much of that gift", said King Ludwig. "What is good in common sense for a princess? All she needs is charm".
But when Miliena was eighteen years old, something happened that made king change his mind. A dragon moved into the neighbourhood. He settled in a dark cave on the top of mountain, and the first thing he did was to send a message to the king. "I must have a princess to eat up", the message said, "or I shall breathe out my fire and destroy the kingdom".
Sadly, Kind Ludwig called together his councilors, chosen to give advices, and read them the message. "Perhaps", said the Prime Minister, "we had better send for a knight to kill the dragon. That is what is generally done in these cases".
"I am afraid we haven't time", answered the king. The dragon has only given us time until tomorrow morning. There is no use in it. We shall have to send him the princess".
Princess Miliena had come to the meeting because, as she said, she liked to mind her own business, and this was certainly her business.
"That may be so", said her father, "but if we don't send you along, he'll destroy the kingdom".
"Right!" said Miliena. "I see I'll have to deal with this myself". She left the room in which the council sat. She got the largest brightest one of her state dresses, filled it with straw, and into the center of the bundle she packed about a hundred pounds of gunpowder. She got two strong young men to carry it up the mountain for her. She stood in front of the dragon's cave and called: "Come out! Here's the princess!"
The dragon appeared looking out of the darkness with interest. Seeing the bright dress covered with gold and silver embroidery, and hearing Miliena's voice, he opened his mouth widely. At once, at Miliena 's signal, the two young men threw the dress right down the dragon's throat. Miliena threw herself flat on the ground, and the two young men ran.

There was a great explosion inside the dragon. Miliena got up, dusting herself off. "Dragons", she said "are not very bright".
She left the two young men sweeping up the pieces, and she went to the castle to have her geography lesson, for as you know, she was very practical!

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                                           The Practical Princess
Princess Miliena was as lovely as the moon shining upon a lake. She was as graceful as a cat. And she was also very practical, always ready to take actions instead of dreaming.
When she was born, three fairies came to her cradle to give her gifts as it was usual in that country. The first fairy gave her beauty. The second one gave her grace. But the third one, who was a wise old creature, said, "I' II give her common sense".
"I don't think much of that gift", said King Ludwig. "What is good in common sense for a princess? All she needs is charm".
But when Miliena was eighteen years old, something happened that made king change his mind. A dragon moved into the neighbourhood. He settled in a dark cave on the top of mountain, and the first thing he did was to send a message to the king. "I must have a princess to eat up", the message said, "or I shall breathe out my fire and destroy the kingdom".
Sadly, Kind Ludwig called together his councilors, chosen to give advices, and read them the message. "Perhaps", said the Prime Minister, "we had better send for a knight to kill the dragon. That is what is generally done in these cases".
"I am afraid we haven't time", answered the king. The dragon has only given us time until tomorrow morning. There is no use in it. We shall have to send him the princess".
Princess Miliena had come to the meeting because, as she said, she liked to mind her own business, and this was certainly her business.
"That may be so", said her father, "but if we don't send you along, he'll destroy the kingdom".
"Right!" said Miliena. "I see I'll have to deal with this myself". She left the room in which the council sat. She got the largest brightest one of her state dresses, filled it with straw, and into the center of the bundle she packed about a hundred pounds of gunpowder. She got two strong young men to carry it up the mountain for her. She stood in front of the dragon's cave and called: "Come out! Here's the princess!"
The dragon appeared looking out of the darkness with interest. Seeing the bright dress covered with gold and silver embroidery, and hearing Miliena's voice, he opened his mouth widely. At once, at Miliena 's signal, the two young men threw the dress right down the dragon's throat. Miliena threw herself flat on the ground, and the two young men ran.

 There was a great explosion inside the dragon. Miliena got up, dusting herself off. "Dragons", she said "are not very bright".
She left the two young men sweeping up the pieces, and she went to the castle to have her geography lesson, for as you know, she was very practical!

                                           The Practical Princess
Princess Miliena was as lovely as the moon shining upon a lake. She was as graceful as a cat. And she was also very practical, always ready to take actions instead of dreaming.
When she was born, three fairies came to her cradle to give her gifts as it was usual in that country. The first fairy gave her beauty. The second one gave her grace. But the third one, who was a wise old creature, said, "I' II give her common sense".
"I don't think much of that gift", said King Ludwig. "What is good in common sense for a princess? All she needs is charm".
But when Miliena was eighteen years old, something happened that made king change his mind. A dragon moved into the neighbourhood. He settled in a dark cave on the top of mountain, and the first thing he did was to send a message to the king. "I must have a princess to eat up", the message said, "or I shall breathe out my fire and destroy the kingdom".
Sadly, Kind Ludwig called together his councilors, chosen to give advices, and read them the message. "Perhaps", said the Prime Minister, "we had better send for a knight to kill the dragon. That is what is generally done in these cases".
"I am afraid we haven't time", answered the king. The dragon has only given us time until tomorrow morning. There is no use in it. We shall have to send him the princess".
Princess Miliena had come to the meeting because, as she said, she liked to mind her own business, and this was certainly her business.
"That may be so", said her father, "but if we don't send you along, he'll destroy the kingdom".
"Right!" said Miliena. "I see I'll have to deal with this myself". She left the room in which the council sat. She got the largest brightest one of her state dresses, filled it with straw, and into the center of the bundle she packed about a hundred pounds of gunpowder. She got two strong young men to carry it up the mountain for her. She stood in front of the dragon's cave and called: "Come out! Here's the princess!"
The dragon appeared looking out of the darkness with interest. Seeing the bright dress covered with gold and silver embroidery, and hearing Miliena's voice, he opened his mouth widely. At once, at Miliena 's signal, the two young men threw the dress right down the dragon's throat. Miliena threw herself flat on the ground, and the two young men ran.

 There was a great explosion inside the dragon. Miliena got up, dusting herself off. "Dragons", she said "are not very bright".
She left the two young men sweeping up the pieces, and she went to the castle to have her geography lesson, for as you know, she was very practical!

 

 

                                             Reading                            10 th form

                                                                                       Variant 1

 

I. Point out if the statement is true (T) or false (F).

1. Miliena was very beautiful.

2. The dragon came to their country because he heard about Miliena's beauty.

3. The Dragon wanted to eat up a princess.

4. The king wasn't glad with the third fairy's gift.

5. The dragon settled under a big mountain.

6. The dragon promised to burn the kingdom down.

 

II. Put into the sentences some missing words.

1. Princess Miliena was as ____ as a cat.

2. A dragon moved into the ____.

3. The dragon has only given us ____ until tomorrow morning.

4. I see I'll have ____ with this myself.

5. She got two strong young men to carry it up the ____ for her.

6. The two young men threw the dress right down the dragon's ____.

 

III. Answer the questions on the text:

1 What had happened when Miliena was a baby?

2. What do the following words mean: "She was very practical"?
3. What had happened when Miliena was 18?

4. What was in the message?

5. Why did the king gather his councilors?

6. Why did Miliena come to the meeting?

 

IV. Write a short composition answering the question:

“What shall you do if you were a dragon in these case?”

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                           Reading                              10 th form

                                                                                       Variant 2

 

I. Point out if the statement is true (T) or false (F).

1. It was Miliena's business to come to the meeting.

2. Miliena asked three young men to go with her and to kill the dragon.

3. The young men were to carry gunpowder to the mountain.

4. The dragon appeared looking out of the darkness with interest.

5. There was a great fireworks inside the dragon.

6. She left a young man sweeping up the pieces.

 

II. Put into the sentences some missing words.

1.The third one, who was a wise old ____, said, "I' II give her common sense".

2. The first thing dragon did was to send a message "I shall ____ my fire and destroy the kingdom".

3. ____ had come to the meeting.

4. She got the largest brightest dresses with the ____ she packed about a hundred pounds of gunpowder.

5. The dragon appeared looking out of ____ with interest.

6. She went to ____ to have her geography lesson.

 

III. Answer the questions on the text:

1. Why did the king gather his councilors?

2. Why did Miliena come to the meeting?

3. What did the Prime Minister suggest?

4.What was Miliena's plan?

5. Why was the dragon so much surprised?

6. Why did Miliena go back to the castle?

 

IV. Write a short composition answering the question:

“What shall you do if you were a king in these case?”

 

 

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