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Написать краткий пересказ : Santi is a little boy who is eight.

He lives in Central Africa and goes to school there.

School starts at seven o'clock in the morning, but he goes to school at half past six.

Why? Well, he wants to get a desk near the teacher's table In Santi's class there are fifty - two pupils.

The pupils play in the playground before classes.

Some of then wear their school uniform : a white blouse or a shirt and a blue skirt of trousers.

When they come into the classroom, many of the girls take off their blouses and skirts.

They usually put on T - shirts and shorts.

They do this because they are not comfortable in uniform as it is very hot in the room and because they don't want to get their uniforms dirty.

Before classes they sing one or two songs.

The pupils have classes five days a week.

Every day they have five lessons.

They study English, Maths, Geography, P.

E. , History, Music and Art.

They have swimming, games and computer studies too.

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Капей 16 мая 2018 г., 00:27:57

Santi is a little boy.

He is eight.

He lives in Central Africa and goes to school there.

School starts at 7 o'clock, but he goes to school at half past six, because he wants to get a desk near the teacher's table.

The pupils play in the playground before classes.

Some of them wear school uniform : a write blouse or a shirt and a blue skirt of trousers.

When they come into the classroom, many of the girls take off their blouses and skirts, because they are not comfortable in uniform.

Before classes they sing one or two sings.

The pupils have classes five days a week.

010203040506070809 5 мар. 2018 г., 15:17:30 | 5 - 9 классы

Перекласти на Українську Ted and Mark go to a typical British school?

Перекласти на Українську Ted and Mark go to a typical British school.

When they were eleven, they left their primary school and went to the secondary school.

Now they are thirteen and they are in year 8.

British schoolchildren study the same subjects and have the same lessons until they are thirteen.

At thirteen they choose the subjects they want to do for the national GCSE (General Certificate in Secondary Education) exams.

They take these exams in year 11 (at the age of sixteen).

British children should take national exams in six subjects, although they might take more.

Then they might stay at school for two more years and study for two or more 'A level1 exams.

But they might leave school after their GCSEs.

Ted and Mark are doing eight subjects.

They have to study English and Maths, and they have chosen French, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Art and Design, and Information Technology2.

Their classmates I chose different subjects so they don't have many lessons together even though they are still in the same form.

They're taking their GCSE exams in June.

They also do PE3 but there isn't a PE exam.

Ted and Mark go to school from Monday to Friday.

School starts at 9 o'clock.

There is a 20 minute break at half past 10.

They have lunch at one o'clock.

A few people go home but most of them eat lunch in the canteen.

Afternoon lessons start at quarter to 2 and finish at quarter to 4.

After school the boys do sport.

In their school pupils can also join the music group or belong to a club.

When they get home they have to do their homework.

They like their school but Ted hates the uniform they have to wear.

After school the boys would like to go to a university but none of them decided what they want to study yet.

Irjinia63700 9 мар. 2018 г., 22:37:53 | 1 - 4 классы

They sing songs, dance and play a lot?

They sing songs, dance and play a lot.

Infant pupils learn how to use money in their classroom shop.

They look at the pictures in interesting books, draw pictures in pencil and colour them.

They learn how to get on with other children.

When children are seven they go to junior schools, where they spend four years till they are eleven.

So in England children spend six years in primary school.

When pupils are eleven or a little older primary school is over.

Junior schools are real schools.

The atmosphere is more formal in junior classes than in infant classes.

Pupils sit in rows and follow a regular timetable.

Their subjects are : English, Maths, History, Nature Study, Geography, Art, and Music.

In junior schools swimming, P.

E. and Religion are on the timetable too.

But children spend a lot of time outdoors.

They visit different museums and other famous and interesting places.

Sometimes their teachers take them to London and other big cities.

They walk and play a lot.

In some primary schools children wear uniforms but in many primary schools they don’t.

Radug 1 нояб. 2018 г., 06:59:32 | 1 - 4 классы

Primary schools in England?

Primary schools in England.

English children have classes five days a week.

They have classes on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

Classes are usually over at four o’clock and then the pupils go home.

They never have classes on Saturday and Sunday.

Saturdays and Sundays are their days off.

Schools in England have names, not numbers.

They often get the names after the place where they are (Green Hill School, Cedar Grove School) or after some famous or important people (St.

Mary School).

At the age of five primary school children go to infant schools or infant classes where they spend two years till they are seven.

In infant schools they spend much time outdoors.

They play different games, run and jump.

They sing songs, dance and play a lot.

Infant pupils learn how to use money in their classroom shop.

They look at the pictures in interesting books, draw pictures in pencil and colour them.

They learn how to get on with other children.

When children are seven they go to junior schools, where they spend four years till they are eleven.

So in England children spend six years in primary school.

When pupils are eleven or a little older primary school is over.

Junior schools are real schools.

The atmosphere is more formal in junior classes than in infant classes.

Pupils sit in rows and follow a regular timetable.

Their subjects are : English, Maths, History, Nature Study, Geography, Art, and Music.

In junior schools swimming, P.

E. and Religion are on the timetable too.

But children spend a lot of time outdoors.

They visit different museums and other famous and interesting places.

Sometimes their teachers take them to London and other big cities.

They walk and play a lot.

In some primary schools children wear uniforms but in many primary schools they don’t.

Такой же текст нужно написать но только про русскую начальную школу.

На английском.

Aleksey16 27 янв. 2018 г., 16:39:50 | 1 - 4 классы

Primary schools in England?

Primary schools in England.

English children have classes five days a week.

They have classes on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

Classes are usually over at four o’clock and then the pupils go home.

They never have classes on Saturday and Sunday.

Saturdays and Sundays are their days off.

Schools in England have names, not numbers.

They often get the names after the place where they are (Green Hill School, Cedar Grove School) or after some famous or important people (St.

Mary School).

At the age of five primary school children go to infant schools or infant classes where they spend two years till they are seven.

In infant schools they spend much time outdoors.

They play different games, run and jump.

They sing songs, dance and play a lot.

Infant pupils learn how to use money in their classroom shop.

They look at the pictures in interesting books, draw pictures in pencil and colour them.

They learn how to get on with other children.

When children are seven they go to junior schools, where they spend four years till they are eleven.

So in England children spend six years in primary school.

When pupils are eleven or a little older primary school is over.

Junior schools are real schools.

The atmosphere is more formal in junior classes than in infant classes.

Pupils sit in rows and follow a regular timetable.

Their subjects are : English, Maths, History, Nature Study, Geography, Art, and Music.

In junior schools swimming, P.

E. and Religion are on the timetable too.

But children spend a lot of time outdoors.

They visit different museums and other famous and interesting places.

Sometimes their teachers take them to London and other big cities.

They walk and play a lot.

In some primary schools children wear uniforms but in many primary schools they don’t.

№13 Agree or disagree.

1. In england classes are usually over at three.

2. england children usually have no classes on Saturday.

3. At the age of 4 children go to infant schools.

4. children learn how to get on with other pupils there.

5. Infant classes are very formal.

6. Junior schools are real schools.

7. When children are 10.

They go to lunior schools.

№16 Put in : once / twice / 3.

4. 5 times a week / a day / a month / a year.

1. He goes to London.

2. We wash the floors.

3. We went to the British Museum .

Last spring.

4. They had Handicraft .

Last year.

5. I have porridge for breakfast .

. Помогите пож!

Дам 45 баллов).

Giukhovaa 14 окт. 2018 г., 05:00:18 | 5 - 9 классы

Переведите текст на русский язык без переводчика : Primary schools in England?

Переведите текст на русский язык без переводчика : Primary schools in England.

English children have classes five days a week.

They have classes on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

Classes are usually over at four o’clock and then the pupils go home.

They never have classes on Saturday and Sunday.

Saturdays and Sundays are their days off.

Schools in England have names, not numbers.

They often get the names after the place where they are (Green Hill School, Cedar Grove School) or after some famous or important people (St.

Mary School).

At the age of five primary school children go to infant schools or infant classes where they spend two years till they are seven.

In infant schools they spend much time outdoors.

They play different games, run and jump.

They sing songs, dance and play a lot.

Infant pupils learn how to use money in their classroom shop.

They look at the pictures in interesting books, draw pictures in pencil and colour them.

They learn how to get on with other children.

When children are seven they go to junior schools, where they spend four years till they are eleven.

So in England children spend six years in primary school.

When pupils are eleven or a little older primary school is over.

Junior schools are real schools.

The atmosphere is more formal in junior classes than in infant classes.

Pupils sit in rows and follow a regular timetable.

Their subjects are : English, Maths, History, Nature Study, Geography, Art, and Music.

In junior schools swimming, P.

E. and Religion are on the timetable too.

But children spend a lot of time outdoors.

They visit different museums and other famous and interesting places.

Sometimes their teachers take them to London and other big cities.

They walk and play a lot.

In some primary schools children wear uniforms but in many primary schools they don’t.

Марина721 14 мар. 2018 г., 01:52:56 | 5 - 9 классы

ПЕРЕВИДИТЕ?

ПЕРЕВИДИТЕ!

In most british schools students wear a school uniform.

Girls usually wear a white blouse with a dark skirt and pullover.

Boys wear a shirt and a tie, dark trousers and a pullover.

The colours of the pullover may be grey, brown, blue or green.

Boys ofter wear school caps and girls sometimes wear hats.

Shoes are usually black or brow.

Children of ten and eleven don't often like their school uniform, especially the hats and shoes.

Sometimes they do not wear the correct uniform.

Schools often give them a warning the first time this happens.

But the second time they are punished if they don't wear the correct uniform.

Enot201509 6 мая 2018 г., 06:58:44 | 1 - 4 классы

The pupils in the playground before ?

The pupils in the playground before .

When they are in .

Many of the girls take off their blouses and skirts.

Before classes.

Pupils dont always wear their .

In class.

Smayorna 25 нояб. 2018 г., 15:03:38 | 1 - 4 классы

Santi is a little boy who is eight?

Santi is a little boy who is eight.

He lives in Central Africa and goes to school there.

School starts at seven o'clock in the morning, but he goes to school at half past six.

Why? Well, he wants to get a desk near the teacher's table In Santi's class there are fifty - two pupils.

The pupils play in the playground before classes.

Some of then wear their school uniform : a white blouse or a shirt and a blue skirt of trousers.

When they come into the classroom, many of the girls take off their blouses and skirts.

They usually put on T - shirts and shorts.

They do this because they are not comfortable in uniform as it is very hot in the room and because they don't want to get their uniforms dirty.

Before classes they sing one or two songs.

The pupils have classes five days a week.

Every day they have five lessons.

They study English, Maths, Geography, P.

E. , History, Music and Art.

They have swimming, games and computer studies too.

Have a look at Santi's timetable.

Say true false or Don't know 1) Santi is from Central America 2)he always wears his school uniform 3)the school uniform is a t - shirt and shorts пожалуйста помогите.

Grigorii2000 5 нояб. 2018 г., 14:04:46 | 1 - 4 классы

Primary schools in England In Great Britain school begins at the age of four or five?

Primary schools in England In Great Britain school begins at the age of four or five.

Many boys and girls usually leave school at the age of sixteen.

In England the school year begins in September, but not always on the first day of the month.

The weather is usually fine.

It is warm.

The sky is often blue and the sun is bright.

School seldom begins on Monday because the English think that Monday is not a good day to start school.

Little children go to school with their parents.

They look so clean and nice and don't have any bags or books with them.

Pupils will get them later.

They will get exercise books, pencils, pens, rulers and rubbers too.

Classes usually begin at nine.

Pupils have a break at 10.

30 and may have a drink of milk or orange juice.

At half past twelve or at one o'clock they usually have lunch.

Their classes are not always formal.

They often sit on the carpet on the floor and listen to their teacher.

They draw or play games.

They often look at the animals they have at school — hamster, rabbits or hares.

Sometimes there are birds or fish in their classrooms.

English pupils often play outdoors.

ПЕРЕВОД ТЕКСТА ПОЖАЛЮЙСТА.

Naruno2016 4 авг. 2018 г., 05:50:49 | 1 - 4 классы

Primary schools in England?

Primary schools in England.

English children have classes five days a week.

They have classes on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

Classes are usually over at four o’clock and then the pupils go home.

They never have classes on Saturday and Sunday.

Saturdays and Sundays are their days off.

Schools in England have names, not numbers.

They often get the names after the place where they are (Green Hill School, Cedar Grove School) or after some famous or important people (St.

Mary School).

At the age of five primary school children go to infant schools or infant classes where they spend two years till they are seven.

In infant schools they spend much time outdoors.

They play different games, run and jump.

They sing songs, dance and play a lot.

Infant pupils learn how to use money in their classroom shop.

They look at the pictures in interesting books, draw pictures in pencil and colour them.

They learn how to get on with other children.

When children are seven they go to junior schools, where they spend four years till they are eleven.

So in England children spend six years in primary school.

When pupils are eleven or a little older primary school is over.

Junior schools are real schools.

The atmosphere is more formal in junior classes than in infant classes.

Pupils sit in rows and follow a regular timetable.

Their subjects are : English, Maths, History, Nature Study, Geography, Art, and Music.

In junior schools swimming, P.

E. and Religion are on the timetable too.

But children spend a lot of time outdoors.

They visit different museums and other famous and interesting places.

Sometimes their teachers take them to London and other big cities.

They walk and play a lot.

In some primary schools children wear uniforms but in many primary schools they don’t.

№13 Agree or disagree.

1. In england classes are usually over at three.

2. england children usually have no classes on Saturday.

3. At the age of 4 children go to infant schools.

4. children learn how to get on with other pupils there.

5. Infant classes are very formal.

6. Junior schools are real schools.

7. When children are 10.

They go to lunior schools.

Пожалуйста по скорее!

И где не правильно напишите правильно!

Поскорее!

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