Check your progress

A. 1) It was a terrible accident. How many people were killed?

2) Tomas fell off his bike yesterday, but he wasn’t injured.

3) We didn’t play well yesterday. We we’re beaten 4-0!

4) When the volcano erupted, the noise was heard 200 kilometers away.

B. My grandparents live in the countryside, in an old cottage. It’s got a bedroom, a bathroom, a living room and a kitchen. The bedroom and the living room are quite big, but the kitchen’s very small! I love old cottages like our grandparents’.

C. 1) I couldn’t finish the test because there was not enough time.

2)I feel sick — I think I’ve eaten too much chocolate!

3)I didn’t really enjoy my visit to Rome because there were too many tourists everywhere.

D. 1) I’ve put some old clothes on because I will wash my dad’s car for him.

2)What time are we going to meet John this evening?

3) Please can you lend me some money? I promise I will pay you back by Friday.

E. Underline the odd one out

1 bungalow garage cottage flat — flat

2 flood earthquake tsunami bomb — bomb

3 TV aerial semi-detached house chimney gate — semi-detached house

4 caravan terraced house bungalow detached house — caravan

F. 1) Lots of people lost their lives when the volcano erupted.

2) People living in the Caribbean are somtimes hit by hurricanes.

3) The catastrophe caused a lot of damage and eventually the government had to help.

4) This information is essential for people who live in areas with lots of earthquakes.

5) We didn’t watch the match — there was a problem with the TV aerial.


We celebrate Easter with a lot of dishes, for example, rice pilaf with raisins, fish, various salads և juices.

We celebrate Easter either in our house or in our grandmother’s house.

We paint the eggs of different colors, but in reality they were originally only painted red.

Many movies about Easter, about Jesus, etc. are shown on TV:

Check up

1. I wake up at 7.00.

2. I sometimes work on Saturdays.

3. I never work on the weekends.

4. I see my family  on Christmas.

5. I go on holiday in August.

6. I go to bed at 11 p.m.

7. I watch TV in the evening.

8. I do my English homework at night.

9. I read the newspaper in the morning.

10. I have lunch at 1.30 p.m.

11. I always go out at Friday nights.

12. I go to a restaurant on, New Year’s Eve.

13. I start a new school year in September.

14. I go skiing inonat in the winter.

15. I was born in 1977.

16. I get up late on Saturday mornings.

17. I usually have a cup of coffee in  the afternoons.

18. My birthday is in July.

19. The party is on the first of October.

20. We have a meeting in the first Thursday of the month.

Fill in the correct form of the verb given.

Who is he writing to? – He is writing to his sister Maria, who
is usually in England at this time of the year. (HE WRITE, WRITE, BE)
Marty was smoking just when his mother came into his room.
She left an hour ago and didn’t come back yet. (LEAVE, NOT COME)
I usually drink tea with milk, but I like to have my coffee black.
When I was in school, I knew a student who didn’t fail a test in his whole
life. (KNOW, NOT FAIL)
You can’t go into her room. She is sleeping and you shouldn’t wake her. (SLEEP)
I have never felt better in my life. I hope it will stay that way. (NEVER FEEL,
We didn’t go outside yesterday because it was raining the whole day. Maybe we
will go tomorrow. (NOT GO, RAIN, GO)
While Mom was working in the garden, she hurt her back. She
went the doctor who told her that she would have to rest for a few
days. (WORK, HURT, GO, WILL)
10.My sister has been working hard for school recently. She’s got a few tests coming up
next week. (WORK)

10.My sister has been working hard for school recently. She’s got a few tests coming up
next week. (WORK)
11.The results were better than I expected. (EXPECT)
12.Nobody was in the car, even though the engine was running. (RUN)
13.I went into the garden to see what the boys were doing. (DO)
14.All your fingers are brown. You smoke too much. (SMOKE)
15.When I saw him last, he hadn’t been married for so long. (NOT BE)
16.I just heard that his brother is travelling around in Australia. (JUST

  1. You slept the whole morning? – I tried to call you for over an hour.
    18.After he read the letter, he threw it away. (READ, THROW)
    19.I haven’t read today’s newspaper. – Have you seen it anywhere? (NOT READ,
    YOU SEE)
    20.Jake has been coaching my sister for over a year. She has some very good
    results lately. (COACH, HAVE)

Fill in the correct form of the words in brackets (comparative or superlative).

  1. My house is bigger than yours.
  2. This flower is more beautiful  than that one.
  3. This is the most interesting  book I have ever read.
  4. Non-smokers usually live longer  than smokers.
  5. Which is the most dangerous animal in the world?
  6. A holiday by the sea is better  than a holiday in the mountains.
  7. It is strange but often a coke is more expensive  than a beer.
  8. Who is the richest woman on earth?
  9. The weather this summer is even worth  than last summer.
  10. He was the cleverest  thief of all.

In class

Change the verb into the correct form:

  1. The students have improved (improve).
  2. She has become (become) really beautiful.
  3. Man has invented (invent) many great inventions.
  4. People have caused (cause) much destruction to the planet.
  5. I have learnt (learn) to surf.
  6. The class has done (do) 5 tests this month.
  7. Allison has found (find) a few problems with your plan.
  8. We have consulted (consult) some doctors about this.
  9. I have met (meet) Debbie in the last week.
  10. In the previous year, we have doubled (double) our income.
  11. She has been (be) sick since Sunday.
  12. You have been (be) away for 2 weeks.
  13. He has hated (hate) cheese since childhood.
  14. Mark and Katie have been (be) together for two years.
  15. I have liked (like) mango since my last trip.


March 10-18


Listen to the lecturer giving some facts and figures to practise and improve your listening skills
In Class.

and the next part of this talk is on the Panama Canal. It’s amazing how this one small section of a small country can be so important to the world. Let’s learn a little bit about the canal itself, before we look at how it connects to everything else.

The Panama Canal is an artificial waterway in the Central American country of Panama that connects the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean. It is only 82 kilometres long. If you go around South America by ship then you need to travel another 15,000 kilometres. So the canal saves a lot of travel time. It takes around 8 to 10 hours to cross the canal.

The French started building the canal in 1881, but they couldn’t finish it. The project was started again in 1904 by the United States and the canal was finally finished in 1914. Many people died while they were building the canal, some say up to 25,000. For the rest of the 20th century, the United States controlled the canal, but gave control back to Panama in 2000.

Every year, around 40,000 ships come through the canal. These are mostly commercial ships. They transport goods for trade between Asia and America, or Europe. In 2016 the government of Panama made the canal bigger, so that now 99 per cent of ships can pass through it.

Let’s now turn to the role of the Panama Canal in the global economy …


Let/ allowed to

1. My roommate reminded me that passengers aren’t allowed to use electronically operated devices on the plane.

2. The hotel management lets us use the mini bar in our room.

3. Holidaymakers aren’t allowed to interfere with the timetable arranged by the tour guide

4. John’s parents allow him to have an expensive and comfortable holiday.

5. I’m not allowed to go out in the evenings.

6. Students aren’t allowed to use their calculators during the exams

.7. The guards aren’t allowed to visitors in after dusk.

8. Pets aren’t allowed in the classrooms.

9. Jim doesn’t allow Jeffrey talk bad about him.

10. Nobody’s allowed to smoke at the gas station.

Choose the correct form to complete the question tags below.

1 You are a student, aren’t you?

2 It isn’t too cold today, is it?

3 He was at the concert, wasn’t he?

4You like chocolate, don’t you?

5She arrived too late, didn’t she?

6Tom couldn’t find the place, could he?

7Henry and Juliet have just arrived, haven’t they?

8Your little Angie can’t walk yet, can’t she?

9When you arrived, she had already left, hadn’t she?

10You would never tell him, would you?

Translate into English

Նրանց պատվիրակությունը կժամանի այսօր երեկոյան, այդպես չէ?

Their delegation is arrive today evening, isn’t it?

Ինչ էիր խոսում Թոմի հետ, երբ ես ներս մտա?

What we’re you talking to Tom about, when I came in?

Աննան արդեն խոսել է և Մերիի և Անիի հետ։ Նրանք երկուսն էլ համաձայն են գալ մեզ հետ։

Anna already talked to Mary and Ann. They both agreed to come with us.

Ես հասկացա, որ շատ դժվար կլինի անել այդ աշխատանքը մենակ։

I realized, that it’d be too hard to do this work by myself.



The little children wept and wailed;
Heart-rending were the tears they shed.
“Mamma, mamma, we want our food!
Get up, mamma, and give us bread!”

With bitter sorrow in her heart
Groaned the sick mother from her bed:
“We have no bread, my little ones;
Papa has gone to get you bread.”

“No, you are cheating, bad mamma!
You are deceiving us! You said
That when the sunlight struck the banks
Papa would come and bring us bread.

“The sun has come, the sun has gone;
Still are we hungry, still unfed.
Mamma, mamma, we want our food!
Get up, mamma, and give us bread!”

“No bread your father yet has found;
Without it he dares not come back.
Wait but a little while, my dears!
Now I will follow in his track.

“In heaven there is a great Papa;
Abundant store of bread has he.
He loves you much, so very much,
He will not let you hungry be.

“There will I go and say to him
That you are faint with hunger sore.
Plenty of bread I’ll ask for you,
That you may eat, and weep no more.”

So spake the mother, and she clasped
The starving children to her breast.
On her pale lips the last kiss froze
That to their faces thin she pressed.

The mother’s arms unclosed no more—
She shut her eyes and went away
Bread to her little ones to send—
And lifeless in their sight she lay.

The little children wept and wailed;
Heart-rending were the tears they shed.
“Mamma, mamma, we want our food;
Get up, mamma, and give us bread!”



It is raining, isn’t it?

Her eyes are green, aren’t they?

Alan is handsome, isn’t he?

They live in Lugo, don’t they?

I am the tallest, aren’t I?

We have a fast car, don’t we?

She can play chess, can’t she?

He has long hair, doesn’t he?

I sing very well, don’t I?

His cat chases birds, doesn’t it?


Ann doesn’t like me, does she?

I am not the best, am I?

We don’t have pens, do we?

Today isn’t Monday, is it?

Paul can’t dance, can he?

Sharks don’t talk, do they?

Lucy is never happy, is she?

His car doesn’t start, does it?

They aren’t hungry, are they?

You don’t smoke, do you?


They have a horse, don’t they?

I am not silly, am I?

Your hat isn’t old, is it?

He plays basketball, doesn’t he?

There is a butterfly, isn’t there?

You don’t have a pet, do you?

Lions aren’t small, are they?

The beach is nice, isn’t it?

I am late today, aren’t I?

There isn’t a river, is there?


My parrot can talk, can’t it?

It never snows in spring, does it?

You are a pirate, aren’t you?

Our bus has arrived, hasn’t it?

He speaks English, doesn’t he?

There are some bees, aren’t there?

Penguins can’t fly, can they?

His train is never on time, is it?

We have got guns, haven’t we?

There aren’t any roses, are there?

Ձմեռային ճամբարի ամփոփում

Մեր ճամբարային ամիսը տևեց շատ հետաքրքիր։Այս ճամբարը ինձ շատ դուր եկավ, քանի որ նրա ընթացքում մենք այցելեցինք տարբեր տեղեր, օրինակ’ սևաբերդ, այնտեղ մենք ձնով, նաև մենք այցելեցինք գազպռոմի սահադաշտ:

Մի խոսքով շատ հետաքրքիր էր այս ջոկատում:



1) Look at the clouds! It will definitely rain soon.
2) Unfortunately, there might be a holiday next month, but I’m not sure.
3) I definitely will go to the party. I hate parties.
4) I’m not sure, but I might watch the football game on Sunday; I am too busy.
5) I might not pass the exam. I don’t feel very confident.
6) People might develop telepathy in the future. It’s impossible.
7) A: Where’s John?
B: I’m not sure. He might be in his office.
8) A: Are you going to travel anywhere on your vacation?
B: I might go. It all depends on airline prices.
9) Yesterday, I saw Ted looking at diamond rings in a jewellery store. I think, he might propose marriage to Stella.
10) I’ve gained so much weight lately. I’m sure my suit will fit me.


Grammar 1



2.was looking


4.was crossing


6.was coming


8.didn’t hit


  1. easier, easiest
  2. more exiting, the most exiting
  3. worse, worst


  1. happily
  2. fluently
  3. badly
  4. easily
  5. well

Vocablury 2









  1. get, old
  2. got a surprise
  3. got home
  4. gets good ideas
  5. get the answer

Autumn from my window

Autumn has begun. Everyone is already going to school, and from my window you can see these beautiful trees, yellow leaves and the bright sun. When night falls, you can see the white moon, which will recolor the view from the window. There are different holidays in autumn For example, September 1 is the day of knowledge, September 21 is the day of independence, October 31 is Halloween, but most of the Armenian people are not celebrated.


English in Mind, pages 18, 19
Do you like listening to music?

What kind of music do you like?
I like listening to Rock and old Russian music

Are you a good singer?

Can you concentrate on other things when you are listening to music?
Most likely 50/50

Can you play a musical instrument? Yes
If so, what do you play? Guitar
How long have you been playing? 6 years with a break
Are you good at it?
May be good, but there are drawbacks
Can you read music?
Who is your favorite composer?
Victor Tsoi

Did you go to the symphony when you were a child?

Do your brothers and sisters also love classical music?
No, my brother plays drummer

What makes a song popular for you, the lyrics of the song or the melody?

Who is the most famous musician from your country?
I think Aram mp3



1. Lucy was doing a handstand.
2. Daniel and Sophie were playing table tennis.
3. Samuel was siting on the teacher’s desk.
4. Ken was writing a text message.
5. Lisa was dreaming about a day on the beach.


1. B: Was waiting, was buying
2. A: Did you talked, B: was telling
3. A: Were his parents living, B: were living, was working
4. A: Were you watching, B: was reading
5. A: Were you having, B: were talking
6. A: Were you playing, B: I wasn’t playing, I was doing
7. A: Were they wearing, B: weren’t wearing, were wearing


1) She has never (let) let her daughter have a boyfriend.2) Have you already (read) read today’s newspaper?3) The house has been sold (sell).4) He has (lose)lost his wallet again.5) I have (write) writen three essays this week.6) That clock was (make) made in Switzerland.7) He had (run) ran 6 miles when he hurt his ankle.8) I have never (see) saw such a beautiful view.9) He has (teach) tough hundreds of students during his career.10) Have you ever (meet) met a famous person?11) Because she hadn’t (pay) pay the bill, the electricity went off.12) They have (send) sent Christmas cards to all their friends.13) Where have we (put) put the car keys?14) We have never (sing) song in public before.15) She had (wear) wore her blue dress many times.16) John had never (speak) spook English before he came to London.17) Why have you (stand) stood up – are we leaving?18) Have you ever (swim) swume in the Atlantic Ocean?19) It had (take) took three hours to reach the station, so they had missed the train.20) I have never (say) said that I didn’t love you.21) David jumped into the air. He had (sit) sat on a drawing pin.22) The weatherman had (tell) told us it would be sunny, but it rained all day23) I’m sorry I’m so tired. I haven’t (sleep) slept .24) Have you (think) thought about changing jobs?25) He’d thought he had (understand) understood but now he realised he’d made a mistake.



















1.It’s be a midnight.
2.He was an idea what will happen in the future.
3.Becouse he not so good at Biology.
4.Becuse he hates flying.
5.Because rock star you do not need knowledge.
6.He was tired and when he lies on the bed he thinks better.

1.are staying having shining
4.are playing sitting not doing
7.are doing
3.don’t know
4.does not like,go

1.It’s be a midnight.
2.He was an idea what will happen in the future.
3.Becouse he not so good at Biology.
4.Becuse he hates flying.
5.Because rock star you do not need knowledge.
6.He was tired and when he lies on the bed he thinks better.


You have to study for the task tomorrow.
My older sister don’t have to bed before 11 o’clock.
My brother have to go to school on Suturday.
I don’t have to get up early on Sunday.


Find the adjective in the first sentence and fill the gap with the adverb.

  1. Joanne is happy. She smiles happily.
  2. The boy is loud. He shouts loudly.
  3. Her English is fluent. She speaks English fluently.
  4. Our mum was angry. She spoke to us angrily.
  5. My neighbour is a careless driver. He drives carelessly.
  6. The painter is awful. He paints awfully.
  7. Jim is a wonderful piano player. He plays the piano wonderfully.
  8. This girl is very quiet. She often sneaks out of the house quietly.
  9. She is a good dancer. She dances really well.
  10. This exercise is simple. You simply have to put one word in each space.


Tasseography is a fortune-telling method that interprets patterns in tea leaves, coffee grounds, and even wine sediments. For centuries, the art of reading coffee grounds has been a tradition in countries.


WILL / WON’T + INFINITIVE  A. Choose the correct option. 1. I will to be a teacher when I grow up.I will be a teacher when I grow up.I’ll will be a teacher when I grow up. 

 2. He’ll will go to space when he grows up.He’ill go to space when he grows up.He’ll go to space when he grows up. 

3. She won’t be a vet when she grows up.She willn’t be a vet when she grows up.She wolln’t be a vet when she grows up. 

4. In the future, cars will fly.In the future, cars’ll will fly.In the future, cars will to fly.

 5.  Robots wo’nt do our homework for us.Robots wont do our homework for us.Robots won’t do our homework for us.    

B. Correct the following sentences.  Write the correct version in the box. 

1.  I think my brother will to be a football player because he is very good at football.   

2.  I think my best friend willn’t be an IT professional because she loves working with computers. 

 3. I think my sister will be a vet because she’s scared of animals. 

 4.  I think I wont be a doctor because I don’t like studying.  

5. I think we’l go to university when we finish school.  


Check your progress


1 Today is the longest (long) day of the year.
2 For me, Geography is more difficult (difficult) than Maths. It’s difficult for me to remember facts about countries.
3 History is the easiest (easy) subject at school.
4 I feel deadful! This is the worst (bad) day of my life.
5 I don’t argue with Joe, because he’s bigger (big) than me.
6 Sally is better (good) than me at Art.
7 I think my results will be worse (bad) this year than last year.
8 If you want to be fit, a healthy diet and lots of exercise are the most important (important) thing.


2 At 3.00 she has to meet Gerard in cafe.
3 At 6.00 she and Sue are going to cinema.
4 At 12:30 she and Wendy have a lunch.
5 At 5:00 she’s doing a homework.
6 At 7:30 her cousins are arriving from Canada!


1 Make mistakes, communicate
2 Mean
3 Imitate
4 Translate
5 Accent
6 Guess, look up


In/on water

Not in/on water
Horse riding



Check up your progress

Translate into English

Ամեն օր ես արթնանում եմ վաղ առավոտյան:

Every day I wake up early in the morning.


Իմ եղբայրը խաղում է իր ընկերների հետ բակում հիմա:

My brother is playing with his friends in the yard now.


Երեկ մենք գնացինք կինո երեկոյան:

Yesterday we went to the cinema in the evening.


Ես արդեն կարդացել եմ այդ գիրքը:
I have already read that book.


II. Put the correct verb forms into the gaps. Use Simple Present.

1. I sing → she – sings
2. I play → she – plays
3. I read → she – reads
4. I go → she – goes
5. I ask → she – asks
6. I carry → she –carries
7. I enjoy → she – enjoys
8. I wash → she – washes
9. I call → she – calls
10. I cry → she – cries


1. What is your name?
2. Where do you live?
3. How old are they?
4. He is driving a lorry.
5. I am from Spain.
6. Where does she go?
7. My dad wakes up at seven.
8. They don’t swim.
9. Where do they from?
10. Picasso is a Spanish painter.
11. It will be sunny tomorrow.
12. We went to the cinema last night.


I like Yerevan not for its appearance, but for its ancient history. Yes, of course, there are beautiful places in Yerevan and not beautiful ones, but this does not change anything. Yerevan was an ancient city and will be. For me, a beautiful place is the northern avenue, I like it with its European streets and houses. Yes, but of course appearance is not the main thing, for example, there may be a very beautiful drawing that has just been painted, and maybe not such a beautiful drawing, but very ancient. An ancient drawing will be more expensive. because this drawing has survived many generations, and the new one is of course very beautiful, but nowadays there are many good artists and this is all hand mechanics, you just know how to draw correctly, but you need to draw by inserting your soul into this drawing.


Armenians have a strong and remarkable connection to God. As we are the first country to embrace Christianity in 301 AD, we keep the religious traditions and customs that came from many years. And one of the most famous and important feasts that Armenians celebrate is Easter. This holiday brings the connection between God and Armenians significantly closer.

Easter time is generally called Surb Zatik in Armenia, which connotes “being confined from sins.” During this time, Armenian Apostolic churches acclaim the resurrection of Jesus Christ. As, when Jesus was crucified, humanity persevered through the absolution of sins.


1.Italian is more modern than old Latin.

2.The Amazon River is longer the Nile.

3.Iceland is smaller India.

4.For most Europeans, learning Chinese is more difficulte learning Italian.

5.Sydney is close to my country far from Paris.


Famous Women

Angelina Jolie is an American actress, filmmaker, and humanitarian. The recipient of numerous accolades, including an Academy Award and three Golden Globe Awards, she has been named Hollywood’s highest-paid actress multiple times.




1.You have to understand!There is no way I can accept this

2.If you want to go university , you have to study hard.

3.She doesn’t,t have to buy a computer. She can use my laptop

4.Students at most schools in the UK don’t have to wear to uniform

5.I understand what you said.You don’t tell me again

6.James wants to be healthy.He has to be careful

7.You don’t have to be help me with my work.I can do it on my own








7.Some, much

8.Any, some


















A few minutes later their teacher entered the cafe.

Jess. Hello Mrs Sanders how are you?

Mrs Sanders. Hello good thanks

Pate. Hello Mrs Sanders Would you like to join us?

Mrs Sanders. No thanks i am on diet and i eat only vagetables and fruits beacouse i can not join you.

Jess. But what is the problem? You can one day in week eat meats.

Pate. Yes i agree whit jess.

Mrs Sanders. No in the first the meats are not useful. In the second i am on the diet but if you want to eat meats you can do it for be more fat.

The Jess and Pate are absolutly agree with Mrs Sanders. And after that they started moving with Mrs Sanders tips.


1. A-vagetobles, B-apples, C-carrots, D-rice, E-mineral wate, F-eggs, G-beans, H-bread, I-tomatoes, J-sugar, K-meat, L-onions, M-orange jucie, N-fruits

2. Vagetables-argula, asparagus, bamboo shoots, beans, beets.

Fruits-apple, apricots, avocado, banana, blackberries.

3.I’d like some in my coffee.2i am going to the shops.Mum needs a meat and an eggs.This is some lovely apple! An onion is a vagetables. Have some fruit.There are a nice bananas is the kitchen. She needs a bread.A cheeses and a tomato to make a sandwich.I am a bit hungry- I think i will eat a orange.





2-3 litres



There are many ways in the world to be successful. But most people think of celebrities, artist, politicians, and businessmen whenever they heard the word success.

Moreover, they think doing what they will make you successful but that not the case. They forget the most basic thing that makes a person successful that is their hard work, dedication, and the desire to achieve their dream. More importantly, they what they like to do not what that others told them to do. Successful people do what they like to do also they do what they feel correct for their business.

If you look in the dictionary for the meaning of the word success then you will find that it means the achievement of one’s goal or aim. So, basically, anyone can achieve success by simply achieving their aim or goal.

Our winter camp

To spend(t), team, to start, early in the morning, to gather, south school, to long walk, to reach, tales, Media Center, to see the stars,

To go to Gyumri by train, to enjoy, to have a good time, a trip, to go to the farm, to play snowballs, to make a snowman, to cooke spas, to play intellectual games.

I spend time with our team.We early in morning, to go to Gyumri by train.There we visited the Museum and Tashir Pizza.We went to the farm, play snowballs and made snowman.We also visited the South School.There we discussed the 《talking tale》 book.

We played a lot of intellectual games.We also tasted spas, which was very tasty.And how well we started this camp, we ended it so well, and we all had a good time.

Ձմեռային ճամբարի հաշվետվություն

Ժամկետ հունվարի 11-ից մինչև 30-ը

Ես Ղազարյան Արամն եմ , սովորում եմ Մխիթար Սեբաստացի կրթահամլիրում 7-7 դասարանում:

Մեր ջոկատը կոչվում է 《ՄԵՆՔ》

Բաղադրիչներ’ մարզական, ազգագրական, դիջիթեքի:

Ազգագրական ստուգատեսին մենք մասնակցեցինք ազգային ուտեստներ նախագծով:

Սովորող, սովորեցնող նախագծով մենք այցելեցինք հարավային դպրոց և ներկայացրինք խոսող գիրք հեքիաթները:

Այցելություն ագարակ-Ագարակոում մենք խաղացինք ձնագնդիկ և պատրաստեցինք ձնեմարդ, և նաև նկարվեցինք ձիու հետ:

Մարզական ստուգատես Գյումրիում

Ճամփորդության ընթացքում մենք վաղ առավոտյան մեկնեցինք Գյումրի:Գյումրիում մենք այցելեցինք թանգարան, այնուհետև մեր դասարանի Անդարանիկի տատիկի տուն, որտեղ նրա տատիկը պատրաստեց համեղ ուտեստներ:

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Սովորաբար մենք անցկացնում ենք մեր արցակուրտները քաղաքից դուրս, բայց անցյալ տարի մեր արցակուրտները մենք անցկացրինք ծովափին:

We usually spend our holidays in the coutry, but last year we spent our holidays on the beach.

Մեզ մոտ հիմա անգլերեն դաս է, և մենք խոսում ենք անգլերեն մեր ուսուցչի հետ:Մենք սովորելու ենք ֆրանսերեն հաջորդ տարի:

We have an English class now and we speak English with our teacher. We will learn French next year.

Ես միշտ նախաճաշում եմ վաղ առավոտյան:Իմ եղբայրը արթնանում է ուշ և նա նախաճաշում է ժամը 10-ին:

I always have breakfast early in the morning. My brother wakes up late, he has breakfast at 10 o’clock.

Մենք գնալու ենք սահադաշտ դասերից հետո:Այնտեղ մենք չմշկելու ենք և խաղալու ենք տարբեր խաղեր:

We will go to the rink after the lessons. We will not skate there, we will play different games.

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Put the verbs into the correct form (simple past).

Last year I spent spent my holiday in Ireland. It was great. I traveled around by car with two friends and we visited lots of interesting places. In the evenings we usually went to a pub. One night we even learned some Irish dances. We were very lucky with the weather. It didn’t rain a lot. But we saw some beautiful rainbows. Where did you spend your last holiday?

1. It was warm, so I took off my coat. (take)2. The film wasn’t very good. I didn’t enjoy it very much. (enjoy)3. I knew Sarah was very busy, so I didn’t disturb her. (disturb)4. I was very tired, so I went to bed early. (go)5. The bed was very uncomfortable. I didn’t sleep very well. (sleep)6. Sue wasn’t hungry, so she didn’t eat anything. (eat)7. We went to Kate’s house but she wasn’t at home. (be)8. It was a funny situation but nobody laughed(laugh)9. The window was open and a bird flew into the room. (fly)10. The hotel wasn’t very expensive. It didn’t cost very much. (cost)11. I was in a hurry, so I didn’t have time to phone you. (have)


The 12 ( Twelve ) Days of Christmas Story

On the first day of Christmas,
my true love sent to me
A partridge in a pear tree.

On the second day of Christmas,
my true love sent to me
Two turtle doves,
And a partridge in a pear tree.

On the third day of Christmas,
my true love sent to me
Three French hens,
Two turtle doves,
And a partridge in a pear tree.

On the fourth day of Christmas,
my true love sent to me
Four calling birds,
Three French hens,
Two turtle doves,
And a partridge in a pear tree.

On the fifth day of Christmas,
my true love sent to me
Five golden rings,
Four calling birds,
Three French hens,
Two turtle doves,
And a partridge in a pear tree.

On the sixth day of Christmas,
my true love sent to me
Six geese a-laying,
Five golden rings,
Four calling birds,
Three French hens,
Two turtle doves,
And a partridge in a pear tree.

On the seventh day of Christmas,
my true love sent to me
Seven swans a-swimming,
Six geese a-laying,
Five golden rings,
Four calling birds,
Three French hens,
Two turtle doves,
And a partridge in a pear tree.

On the eighth day of Christmas,
my true love sent to me
Eight maids a-milking,
Seven swans a-swimming,
Six geese a-laying,
Five golden rings,
Four calling birds,
Three French hens,
Two turtle doves,
And a partridge in a pear tree.

On the ninth day of Christmas,
my true love sent to me
Nine ladies dancing,
Eight maids a-milking,
Seven swans a-swimming,
Six geese a-laying,
Five golden rings,
Four calling birds,
Three French hens,
Two turtle doves,
And a partridge in a pear tree.

On the tenth day of Christmas,
my true love sent to me
Ten lords a-leaping,
Nine ladies dancing,
Eight maids a-milking,
Seven swans a-swimming,
Six geese a-laying,
Five golden rings,
Four calling birds,
Three French hens,
Two turtle doves,
And a partridge in a pear tree.

On the eleventh day of Christmas,
my true love sent to me
Eleven pipers piping,
Ten lords a-leaping,
Nine ladies dancing,
Eight maids a-milking,
Seven swans a-swimming,
Six geese a-laying,
Five golden rings,
Four calling birds,
Three French hens,
Two turtle doves,
And a partridge in a pear tree.

On the twelfth day of Christmas,
my true love sent to me
Twelve drummers drumming,
Eleven pipers piping,
Ten lords a-leaping,
Nine ladies dancing,
Eight maids a-milking,
Seven swans a-swimming,
Six geese a-laying,
Five golden rings,
Four calling birds,
Three French hens,
Two turtle doves,
And a partridge in a pear tree!

Հայոց լեզու

Հոլովվի՛ր անկյուն, օր, եղբայր, ծաղիկ, մարտ, երազ բառերը:







It was the night the dear Christ Child came to Bethlehem. In a country far away from Him, an old, old woman named Babouscka sat in her snug little house by her warm fire. The wind was drifting the snow outside and howling down the chimney, but it only made Babouscka’s fire burn more brightly.

«How glad I am that I may stay indoors!» said Babouscka, holding her hands out to the bright blaze. But suddenly she heard a loud rap at her door. She opened it and her candle shone on three old men standing outside in the snow. Their beards were as white as the snow, and so long that they reached the ground. Their eyes shone kindly in the light of Babouscka’s candle, and their arms were full of precious things—boxes of jewels, and sweet-smelling oils, and ointments.

«We have traveled far, Babouscka,» said they, «and we stop to tell you of the Baby Prince born this night in Bethlehem. He comes to rule the world and teach all men to be loving and true. We carry Him gifts. Come with us, Babouscka!»

But Babouscka looked at the driving snow, and then inside at her cozy room and the crackling fire. «It is too late for me to go with you, good sirs,» she said, «the weather is too cold.» She went inside again and shut the door, and the old men journeyed on to Bethlehem without her. But as Babouscka sat by her fire, rocking, she began to think about the little Christ Child, for she loved all babies.

«Tomorrow I will go to find Him,» she said; «tomorrow, when it is light, and I will carry Him some toys.»

So when it was morning Babouscka put on her long cloak, and took her staff, and filled a basket with the pretty things a baby would like—gold balls, and wooden toys, and strings of silver cobwebs—and she set out to find the Christ Child.

But, oh! Babouscka had forgotten to ask the three old men the road to Bethlehem, and they had traveled so far through the night that she could not overtake them. Up and down the roads she hurried, through woods and fields and towns, saying to whomsoever she met: «I go to find the Christ Child. Where does he lie? I bring some pretty toys for His sake.»

But no one could tell her the way to go, and they all said: «Farther on, Babouscka, farther on.» So she traveled on, and on, and on for years and years—but she never found the little Christ Child.

They say that old Babouscka is traveling still, looking for Him. When it comes Christmas eve, and the children are lying fast asleep, Babouscka comes softly through the snowy fields and towns, wrapped in her long cloak and carrying her basket on her arm. With her staff she raps gently at the doors and goes inside and holds her candle close to the little children’s faces.

«Is He here?» she asks. «Is the little Christ Child here?» And then she turns sorrowfully away again, crying: «Farther on, farther on.» But before she leaves she takes a toy from her basket and lays it beside the pillow for a Christmas gift. «For His sake,» she says softly and then hurries on through the years and forever in search of the little Christ Child.New Words
farther-ավելի հեռու



Regular verbs
Irregular verbs
Ex. C,p.33
Complete the summery. Use the past simple form of the verbs.
There was (be) a table tennis championship in Japan in 1971. An American and a Chinese players played (play) together for fifteen minutes. The American missed (miss) his bus, but the Chinese players invited (invite) him onto his bus. The Chinese player gave (give) the American a present. The American was (be) happy, and he wanted (want) to give a present back. They became (become) friends. In the same year, the American President went (go) to China for a historic visit.

Look at the examples and complete the table.
Did the Chinese players talk to Cowan? No, they didn’t.
Did Cowan and Zedong become friends? Yes, they did.
Did I/you/he/she/it/we/they go?
Short answers
Yes, I/you/he/she/it/we/they did.
No, I/you/he/she/it/we/they didn’t.

Put the words in the correct order to make questions.
1. Did you go out last night?
2. Did you listen to music on Sunday?
3. Did you eat eggs for breakfast this morning?
4. Did you watch TV last night?
5. Did you go on Holiday last year?


I’m Sebastasi

I’m Aram.I am Sebastatsi. I would like to tell you a few words about my school life. I go to school five days a week except Saturday and Sunday when I have deserved rest. Classes in our school start at 9 :00 o’clock in the morning and last till 14:20. Usually we have 6 lessons a day. We study a lot of different subjects: Russian, English, History, Geography, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Maths, etc. I like English most of all.
I like going to school because here I have many friends and wise teachers who can always give a piece of advice. And I like studying as well, it brings me a lot of pleasure and I like to learn new facts about the world: