Времена года на английском языке — детская песня

///Времена года на английском языке — детская песня

В британском варианте осень — autumn[‘ ɔ:təm], в американском fall [fɔ:l]

Британский вариант :


Американский вариант для  маленьких детей:

Слова с переводом и транскрипцией

слово транскрипция перевод
winter [‘wintə] зима
spring [spriŋ] весна
summer [‘sʌmə] лето
fall [fɔ:l] осень(амер)
autumn [‘ ɔ:təm] осень(брит)

 

4 Seasons In A Year.

Текст песни (text, lyrics):

4 seasons in a year

I can name  all 4.

Do you wannar’ hear?

Let’s get ready and say them all.

Winter, spring, summer and fall.

I’m thinking of a season with snowmen and ice.

And if you like sledding,

It’s very nice.

It’s very cold.

I need my hat and gloves.

Winter is the season I was thinking of!

I’m thinking of a season where it rains for hours.

Which helps the blooming of the brand new flowers.

It starts to warm up

Which I really love.

Spring is the season I was thinking of!

4 seasons in a year

I can name  all 4.

Do you wannar’ hear?

Let’s get ready and say them all.

Winter, spring, summer and fall.

I’m thinking of a season where we don’t have school.

I always play outside in my neighbor’s pool.

The sun is so hot.

Which I really love.

Summer is the season

I was thinking of!

I’m thinking of a season

Where I rake for a while.

Then I jump into those colored leaves

In a big pile.

I pick apples  and wear sweatshirts.

Which I really love.

Fall is the season

I was thinking of!

4 seasons in a year

I can name  all 4.

Do you wannar’ hear?

Let’s get ready and say them all.

Winter, spring, summer and fall.

Игра — времена года

Произносится слово и выдвигается карточка с сезоном года. Цель игры — воспроизвести  последовательность показанного образца , то есть столько раз кликнуть мышкой, сколько было показано.

(Источник: http://genkienglish.net/seasonsgame.htm):

 

clown

English Joke




Q: Why do bears have cold feet at winter season?

A: Because a bear has «bare feet»!


bare — голый

2017-04-09T16:50:57+00:00 Май 6th, 2010|Словарик|