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Видео-уроки для детей. Мишки идут в школу. Часть 1

видео уроки английского - school level: Pre-Intermediate +
age: для детей
video: Berenstain Bears go to school
topic: что делать, если страшно идти в школу

Наведя мышкой на выделенные слова в скрипте мультфильма,
вы увидите их значение на русском языке.

When summer time ends
And the weather turns cool
Most little bears
Are ready for school.

Mama: While you two finish getting your school supplies, I’ll go and pick up a few things in the sewing department.
Brother: Ok.
Sister: Fine, Mama!
Sister: I need a new pencil case. Please, hold this, Brother.
Brother: What? Hey, Sis!
Sister: Just for a minute. I’m looking for one in purple.
Brother: Ha-ha, no kidding!
Sister: I want it to match my Bear-B backpack.
Brother: Could you hurry up, please?
Sister: I’m going to ask for help. I’ll be right back.
Brother: Hey, don’t leave me here with all your … stuff.
Too-Tall: Hey, is that you, Brother?
Brother: Oh, no!
Too-Tall: Oh, look at the nice backpack!
Bear1: Yeah, I knew you were a Bear-B boy.
Brother: Look, it’s not mine.
Bear2: And I didn’t know you were brat boy, either.
Brother: Guys, those are not mine brats.
Too-Tall: Very nice. They really bring out the color of your eyes.
Sister: I found one! Thanks for holding my things!
Brother: You see? It’s her stuff.
Too-Tall: Hey, we are here getting school supplies too.
Bear1: That’s right!
Too-Tall: We’ve got color books and water pistols.
Bear2: And pea-shooters.
Sister: Don’t you know you’re not allowed to have those things at school?
Bear2: Really?
Bear1: I didn’t know that!
Too-Tall: You’re sure you’re old enough to go to school?
Sister: Yes, I’m going into 3rd Grade to teacher Jane.
Too-Tall: Oh, 3rd Grade! You hear that, guys? Wasn’t the 3rd Grade the worst grade ever?
Bear2: Oh, for sure. I still have nightmares about it.
Too-Tall: It was so hard. All those big numbers.
Bear2: And lo-o-ong words.
Bear1: And Teacher Jane sending us to the principal’s office every day.
Too-Tall: She nearly failed a whole class.
Sister: She did?
Brother: Don’t listen to them, Sister. They’re just trying to scare you.
Too-Tall: No way. You never had her, Brother. We did. I don’t envy you, that’s for sure. C’mon guys. You better have fun, while you still can, kid.
Brother: What a bunch of clowns.
Papa: Look at these delicious apples I just got from Farmer Ben.
Sister: They look great, Papa.
Papa: They are great for eating and apparently great for pies, too.
Mama: Well, I can’t wait to taste your pie, Papa.
Papa: Me? N0-no-no, I don’t know how to make pies. Pies are hard.
Sister: Like 3rd Grade. I don’t wanna go to school.
Brother: Too-Tall and his gang were teasing, Sister. Telling her 3rd Grade was going to be really hard. I told her not to listen to them.
Sister: They weren’t the only ones who said it would be hard.
Mama: Who else told you?
Sister: My 2nd Grade Teacher said we have to work harder this year.
Brother: You always have to work harder when you move up a grade. But it’s not going be rough and tough, like Too-Tall said.
Papa: Brother’s right. Apple, anyone?
Brother: And don’t believe what they say about Teacher Jane.
Sister: You’ve never had her. Too-Tall had.
Brother: Well, yes, but…
Sister: I don’t want to go to school.
Mama: But you did very well at school last year. And you liked it.
Sister: But this year the numbers are going to be a lot bigger. And so are the words.
Brother: Hey, Hey, I have something to show you. C’mon, Sis.
Brother: This is all my schoolwork in 3rd Grade. There’s a spelling list.
Sister: Ap-pre-hen-sive. What does this mean?
Brother: It means afraid, that’s all.
Sister: Pre-ci-pi-ta-tion. What’s this?
Brother: Rain.
Sister: Well, why don’t they just say afraid and rain?
Brother: Do you know what a synonym is?
Sister: Aha, it’s my favourite spice. Like synonym toast, and synonym buns
Brother: Ha-ha, no, that’s cinnamon. I’ve said synonym. It’s a word that’s spelled differently, but that means the same thing.
Sister: See, what I mean! What’s this?
Brother: Things we studied in Mathematics. That’s long division. It looks a lot harder than it is. That’s nothing to worry about.
Sister: Nothing to worry about?! It’s true what Too-Tall said. It’s too hard.
Mama: Oh, dear. You work yourself into a teasy.
Sister: Mama, I don’t want to go to school. I want to stay home with you. I can help you make pies.
Papa: Did somebody say “pie”? I’ve got the apples peeled and ready to go. All I need is someone with pie-making know-how.
Mama: I have an easy recipe for pie. You followed recipes before, Papa?
Papa: But not pie.


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