Gyerekeknek - Angol nyelvű mesék, versek

janus témája a 'Nyelvtanulás gyerekeknek' fórumban , 2007 November 13.

  1. AndiC

    AndiC Kormányos Fórumvezető Kormányos

    írd meg a kiadónak, hogy hibás a cd, itt a cím
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    és kérd meg őket, küldjenek másikat.
     
  2. Temagnes

    Temagnes Állandó Tag

    Teddy Bear Teddy Bear Turn Around
    Traditional Rhyme
    Teddy bear, teddy bear
    Turn around
    Teddy bear, teddy bear
    Touch the ground
    Teddy bear, teddy bear
    Climb the stairs
    Teddy bear, teddy bear
    Say your prayers
    Teddy bear, teddy bear
    Switch off the light
    Teddy bear, teddy bear
    Say “Good night.”
    “Good night.”
     
  3. tulipan12

    tulipan12 Állandó Tag

    Hány éves korban érdemes elkezdeni az angol tanulást, ha a gyerek nem tud még kimondani minden betűt? Szabad a tiszta beszéd előtt elkezdeni angolra tanítani?
     
  4. miancsa

    miancsa Állandó Tag

    britishcouncil kids oldalon számos mondóka, animáció...
     
    zsupu és erabig kedveli ezt.
  5. miancsa

    miancsa Állandó Tag

    Minél előbb kezdi a gyermek a nyelvtanulást, annál könnyebb lesz neki később és annál nagyobb önbizalma lesz.
     
  6. 2bende

    2bende Állandó Tag

    3.-os és 4.-es a két lurkóm... Tanulnak az iskolában angolt, de én is szeretnék velük gyakorolni. Tudtok olyan online oldalt, ahol kiejtéssel együtt vannak feladatok?
     
  7. Geest

    Geest Állandó Tag

    Sziasztok. Mindenkinek ajánlom a Reading Eggs oldalt. Egy négy hetes (ha jól emlékszem) próbverziót lehet kipróbálni, de ezt én mindig kibővítem az interneten talált kódokkal. Beírom a keresőbe, hogy reading eggs codes és a progi engedi összefűzni őket. Nagyon jó angol írás olvasás tanuláshoz.
     
    100yellowbird és Szilviab kedveli ezt.
  8. Vitéz László

    Vitéz László Állandó Tag

    Sziasztok
    Tudtok valamilyen könnyű verset vagy mondókát a testrészekkel és a hét napjaival kapcsolatban? Köszönöm előre is a segítségetek!
     
  9. kovacshanna

    kovacshanna Állandó Tag

    Sziasztok!Nem tudom,melyiket érdemesebb tanulni,angolt vagy németet.Nálunk a két nyelv közül lehet választani.
     
  10. gyurem

    gyurem Állandó Tag

    Humpty Dumpty
    Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall
    Humpty Dumpty had a great fall
    All the King's horses and all the King's men
    Couldn't put Humpty together again.
     
  11. margo75

    margo75 Állandó Tag

    Sziasztok,

    a the gruffalo könyvet keresem vagy angol tanitashoz valamilyen anyagot hozzá. Tud valaki segiteni? Köszi
     
  12. margo75

    margo75 Állandó Tag

    Sziasztok feltöltene valaki dr.seuss könyveket? Nagyon klassz lenne. Köszi
     
  13. dormond

    dormond Állandó Tag

    Gruffalo-hoz, és minden máshoz egy blog (ha lehet):

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  14. dormond

    dormond Állandó Tag

    minden más meséhez nyomtatható-színezhető-kivágható, stb:

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  15. Sunsubiro

    Sunsubiro Állandó Tag

    Sziasztok!
    Keresem a Super Simple Songs Halloween-es részét. Nincs meg véletlenül valakinek?
    Előre is köszönöm!
     
  16. TEODOKI

    TEODOKI Állandó Tag

    A következő angol gyerekmese címe Lazy Jack, a Bolond Istóklehetne a magyar megfelelője.
    Lazy Jack
    Once upon a time there was a boy whose name was Jack, and helived with his mother in a dreary cottage. They were very poor, and the oldwoman earned a few pennies by spinning, but Jack was so lazy that he would donothing but bask in the sun in the hot weather, and sit by the corner of thefire in the winter time. His mother could not make him do anything for her, anduntil at last she warned him that if he did not begin to work for his porridge,she would turn him out of the house to get his living as best he could.
    This threat finally stirred Jack, and he went out and founda job for the day working for on a farm. The farmer paid him one penny, but hewas not used to having money, and as he was coming home he lost it as he passedover a stream. “You stupid boy,” said his mother, “you should have put it inyour pocket.” “Next time I will,” replied Jack.
    The next day Jack went out again, and found a job with a cowkeeper, who gave him a jar of milk for his day’s work. Jack took the jar andput it into the large pocket of his jacket, spilling it all, long before he gothome. “Dear me!” said the old woman; “you should have carried it on head.”“Next time I will,” replied Jack.
    The following day Jack found a job with a farmer, who agreedto give him a cream cheese for his work. In the evening, Jack took the cheese,and went home with it on his head. By the time he got home the cheese wascompletely spoiled, part of it being lost, and part matted with his hair. “Yougood-for-nothing boy,” said his mother, “you should have carried it verycarefully in your hands.” “Next time, I will,” replied Jack.
    The day after this Jack again went out, and found a job witha baker, who would give him nothing for his work but a large tom-cat. Jack tookthe cat, and began carrying it very carefully in his hands, but in a short timeTommy scratched him so much that he was forced to let it go. When he got home,his mother said to him, “You silly fellow, you should have tied it with astring, and dragged it along after you.” “Next time I will” said Jack.
    The next day Jack hired himself to a butcher, who rewardedhis labours by the handsome present of a shoulder of lamb. Jack took the meat,tied it to a string, and trailed it along after him in the dirt, so that by thetime he had got home the meat was completely spoilt. His mother this timecompletely lost her patience with him, for the next day was Sunday, and she hadto make do with cabbage for her dinner. “You nincompoop,” said she to her son,“you should have carried it on your shoulder” “Next time I will,” replied Jack.

    On the Monday, Jack went out once more, and found a job witha cattle-keeper, who gave him a donkey for his trouble. Although Jack was verystrong, he found some difficulty in hoisting the donkey on his shoulders, butat last he managed it, and began walking slowly home with his prize. Now ithappened that in a house along his way there lived a rich man with his onlydaughter, a beautiful girl, but unfortunately deaf and dumb; she had neverreally laughed in her life, and the doctors said she would never recover tillsomebody made her laugh.
    Many tried without success, and at last the father, indespair, said he would offer her in marriage to the first man who could makeher laugh. This young lady happened to be looking out of the window when Jackwas passing with the donkey on his shoulders, the legs sticking up in the air,and the sight was so comical and strange, that she burst out into a great fitof laughter, and immediately recovered her speech and hearing. Her father wasoverjoyed, and kept his promise by marrying her to Jack, who was thus made arich gentleman. They lived in a large house, and Jack’s mother lived with themin great happiness until she died.
     
    Utoljára módosítva a moderátor által: 2014 Július 28
  17. dormond

    dormond Állandó Tag

    Sziasztok,

    nem tudná valaki feltölteni Jez Alborough - Washing line c. gyerekkönyvét?
    jez_alborough_washing_line_image.jpg
    Előre is köszönöm a segítséget!
     
    kisdobronyi kedveli ezt.
  18. Bela41

    Bela41 Állandó Tag

    Nagyon jók!
     
    kisdobronyi és Agica100 kedveli ezt.
  19. Bela41

    Bela41 Állandó Tag

    Testrészek: Head, shoulders, knees and toes...
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    Utoljára módosítva a moderátor által: 2014 Július 28
  20. Qwerf

    Qwerf Állandó Tag

    Lawkamercyme


    There was an old woman, as I've heard tell.
    She went to the market her eggs for to sell;
    She went to the market, all on a market-day,
    And she fell asleep on the king's highway.

    There came by a pedlar, whose name was Stout,
    He cut her petticoats round about;
    He cut her petticoats up to the knees,
    Which made the old woman to shiver and freeze.

    When this old woman first did wake,
    She began to shiver, and she began to shake;
    She began to wonder, and she began to cry—
    "Lawkamercyme, this is none of I!"

    "But if it be I, as I do hope it be,
    I've a little dog at home, and he'll know me;
    If it be I, he'll wag his little tail,
    And if it be not I, he'll loudly bark and wail."

    Home went the little woman, all in the dark;
    Up got the little dog, and he began to bark;
    He began to bark, so she began to cry—
    "Lawkamercyme, this is none of I!"

    dog.jpg
     

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