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Практические упражнения. Tongue – twisters (скороговорки)




Tongue – twisters (скороговорки)

 

1. She sells sea shells on the sea shore.

The shells she sells are surely sea shells:

For if she sells shells on the sea shore,

I’m sure she sells sea-shore shells.

 

2. How much wood would a wood-chuck chuck

If a wood-chuck would chuck wood?

A wood-chuck would chuck all the wood

He could chuck

If a wood chuck would chuck wood.

 

3. If a dog chews shoes

What shoes would he choose to chew?

Too few for sure.

You’re a choosy shoe-chewer.

 

4. If a three-month truce

Is a truce in truth,

Is the truth of a truce in truth

A three-month truth?

 

5. Three grey geese in the green grass grazing,

Grey were the geese and green was the grazing.

 

6. My dame has a lame tame crane,

My dame has a crane that is lame,

Let my dame’s tame crane

Feed and come home again.

 

7. Whatever one toucan can do

Is sooner done by toucans two

And three toucans (it’s very true)

Can do much more than two can do.

 

8. Round and round the rugged rock

The ragged rascal ran.

How many Rs are there in that?

Now tell me if you can.

 

9. Yellow butter, purple jelly, red jam, brown bread

Spread it thick

Say it quick.

Yellow butter, purple jelly, red jam, brown bread

Spread it thicker

Say it quicker.

Yellow butter, purple jelly, red jam, brown bread

. Now repeat it

While you eat it.

 

10. All I want is a cup of coffee

Made in a proper copper coffee pot;

I may be off my dot,

But I want a cup of coffee

From a proper coffee pot.

Iron coffee pots and tin coffee pots,

They are no use to me

If I can’t have a proper cup of coffee

From a proper copper coffee pot,

I’ll have a cup of tea.

 

 

11. A tutor who taught on the flute

Tried to teach two young tooters to toot.

Said the two to the tutor,

“Is it harder to toot, or

To tutor two tooters to toot?”

 

The sixth sheik’s sheep is sick.



 

12. MAMA KNOWS BETTER.

(by C. Graham)

You shouldn’t do it that way,

You ought to do it this way,

You ought to do it this way,

You ought to do it my way.

 

You should not wear it that way,

You ought to wear it this way,

You ought to wear it this way,

You ought to wear it my way.

 

You shouldn’t go with them,

You ought to go with us.

You shouldn’t take the train,

You ought to take the bus.

 

You shouldn’t wear that hat,

You ought to cut your hear.

You shouldn’t get so fat,

You ought to eat a pear.

 

You shouldn’t do it that way,

You ought to do it this way,

You ought to do it this way,

You ought to do it my way.

 

13. There’s no need to light a night-light

On a light night like tonight

For a night-light’s a slight light

On a light night like tonight.

 

 

14. Moses supposes his toeses are roses

But Moses supposes erroneously

For nobody’s toeses are poses of roses

As Moses supposes his toeses to be.

 

 

15. Critical cricket critic.

 

16. A big blue bucket of blue blueberries.

 

17. Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers. A peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked. If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers, where’s the peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked.

 

18. Betty Botter bought some butter, So she bought a bit of butter

But, she said, the butter’s bitter; Better than her bitter butter,

If I put it in my batter, And she put it in her batter

It will make my batter bitter, And the batter was not bitter.

But a bit of better butter So ‘twas better Betty Botter

Will make my batter better. Bought a bit of better butter.

 

19. Swan swam over the sea, swim, swan, swim; swan swam back again, well swum, swan!

 

20. Whether the weather be fine

or whether the weather be not,

whether the weather be cold

or whether the weather be hot,

we’ll weather the weather

whatever the weather

whether we like it or not.

 

21. If one doctor doctors another doctor, does the doctor who doctors the doctor doctor the doctor the way the doctor he is doctoring doctors? Or does he doctor the doctor the way the doctor who doctors doctors?

 

22. A canner exceedingly canny

One morning remarked to his Granny:

“A canner can can anything that he can,

But a canner can’t can a can, can he?”

 

23. A tutor who tooted the flute,

Tried to tutor two tooters to toot.

Said the two to the tutor:

“Is it tougher to toot

Or to tutor two tooters to toot?

 

Poems (стихотворения)

Rain, rain, go away,

Come again another day,

Little Johnny wants to play.

Rain, rain, go to Spain,

Never show your face again.

 

Why do you cry, Willy?

Why do you cry?

Why, Willy? Why, Willy?

Why, Willy? Why?

 

From Wibbleton to Wobbleton is fifteen miles, from Wobbleton to Wibbleton is fifteen miles,

From Wibbleton to Wobbleton,

From Wobbleton to Wibbleton,

From Wibbleton to Wobbleton is fifteen miles.

 

Do you love me,

Or do you not?

You told me once,

But I forgot.

 

I love coffee,

I love tea,

I love the girls,

And the girls love me.

 

Something old, something new,

Something borrowed, something blue,

And a penny in her shoe.

 

I never saw a purple cow,

I never hope to see one;

But I can tell you, anyhow,

I'd rather see than be one.

 

Jack, be nimble; Jack, be quick;

Jack, jump over the candlestick

 

Fred’s Poems

 

Fred Gets Up at Eight O'clock

 

Fred gets up at eight o'clock,

his cats get up at seven.

His dog wakes up at ten to six,

but his bird sleeps 'till eleven.

Fred Gave a Party but Nobody Came

Fred gave a party, but nobody came.

Nobody came but his Mom.

Fred gave a party, but nobody came.

Nobody came but Tom.

Tom left early.

Mom went home.

Fred had to stay at his party alone.

Four Fat Flies

I wish I could find those four fat flies

That flew in my window last Friday night.

Four flies flew in, four flies, not three.

One landed on Fred, three landed on me.

 

There was an old woman and nothing she had.

And so this old woman was said to be mad.

She’d nothing to eat, she’d nothing to wear,

She’d nothing to lose, she’d nothing to fear,

She’d nothing to ask, she’d nothing to give,

And when she did die, she’d nothing to leave.

 

There was a little girl, and she had a little curl

Right in the middle of her forehead;

When she was good, she was very, very good,

But when she was bad, she was horrid.

 

Whistle, whistle, daughter; whistle, daughter, dear!

I ran not whistle, Mummy; I can not whistle clear!

Whistle, daughter, whistle; whistle for a pound!

I can not whistle. Mummy; I can not make a sound!

 

 

Swift the moments, fly away,

First the hour, and then the day;

Next the week, the month, the year

Go away and disappear.

Time is always on the wing,

When I speak, or think, or sing;

When I work, or sleep, or play,

Time is flying fast away.

 

Such lovely things to hear and see

Belong to you, belong to me!

The sun, the trees, the grass, the sky,

The silver moon that’s sailing by.

Soft whispering winds, the birds that sing,

Bright autumn leaves, gay flowers of spring,

The rain and dew and snowflakes white,

The sparkling waves, the stars of night.

 

 

Rain, rain, rain, April rain,

You are feeding seeds and grain,

You are raising plants and crops

With your gaily sparkling drops.

 

The Riddling Knight

O, what is louder than a horn?

And what is sharper than a thorn?

What is heavier than the lead?

And what is better than the bread?

O, what is higher than the tree?

And what is deeper than the sea?

O, shame is louder than a horn,

And hunger is sharper than a thorn.

And sin is heavier than the lead,

And the blessing's better than the bread.

O, Heaven is higher than the tree,

And love is deeper than the sea.

From "A collection of Rhymes and Poems" (Chosen by James Reeves)

The Duty of the Strong

You who are the oldest,

You who are the tallest,

Don't you think you ought to help

The youngest and the smallest?

You who are the strongest,

You who are the quickest,

Don't you think you ought to help

The weakest and the sickest?

Never mind the trouble,

Help them all you can;

Be a little woman! Be a little man!

(Gillette Burgess)

 





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