Crazy records

Tallest mohawk

strange world records

Japanese fashion designer Kazuhiro Watanabe has a mohawk that is 3 feet 8 inches.

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Snow Endurance

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Jin Songhao spent 46 minutes and 7 seconds buried up to his chest in snow.

Tallest lego tower

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A tower built in front of Oslo’s city hall in 2010 measured 30.22 meters.

Longest cigar

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The longest cigar was 81.8 meters, or most of the length of a football field,.

Most chess games played at one time

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In 2011 Iranian Grand Master Ehsan Ghaem-Maghami played 604 simultaneous chess games. It took him 24 hours and he won 580 of them.

Largest sandwich

strange world records

Put together in Mexico City in 2004, the sandwich weighed 3,178 kg.

Most people hula hooping

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In 2013 just outside of Bangkok, Thailand 4483 people hula hooped for 7 minutes.

Largest card stacking structure

strange world records

Bryan Berg created an Eiffel Tower of 75,000 cards in 2013.

Most spoons on body

strange world records

Etibar Elchiyev balanced 53 spoons on his body in 2013 in Tbilisi, Georgia

Most violins played

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Ukrainian Oleksandr Bozhyk played 4 violins in an attempt to establish the record in 2012.

Largest biceps

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Egyptian Mostafa Ismail has bicepts with a diameter of 67 inches

Most balls juggled

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Alex Barron of the UK juggled 11 balls for 23 consecutive catches

Largest drum set

strange world records

Owned by Dr Mark Temperato of the United States this set consists of 340 pieces.

Heaviest rideable bicycle

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Built by Wouter van den Bosch of the Netherlands this bike weighs 750 kg.

Tallest horse

strange world records

Big Jake from Wisconsin is 210 cm tall.

Farthest eyeball popper

strange world records

Kim Goodman of the USA can pop her eyeballs almost half an inch out of her skull.

Stretchiest skin

strange world records

Gary Turner of the UK can stretch his skin over 6 inches.

 

Distance learning. check your progress

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2.Julie Isn’t feeling well. I don’t think she will go to school today.

3.He is really good actor. I’m sure he will become famous one day.

4.We can go to the beach tomorrow. I’m sure it won’t rain.

5. What do you think? Will you go to university.

6.James is in London, so he won’t be in the party tonight.

7.It’s quite hot today. I think I will go swimming this afternoon.

8.Tom’s always so nice. He won’t get angry when he finds out.

9.A: Will you come to the match tomorrow?

B:Sorry, but I don’t think I will have time. I will come to the one next week.

10.

A: Pat won’t be happy, when she sees, that you broken her computer.

B: I know, I will tell her what happened as soon as she comes home.

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2. Our team lost yesterday. Everyone played badly.

3. Last week’s test was easy.

4. My sister sings well.

5. Hurry up, Jill!Why are you walking so slowly?

6. Last night i heard a loud noise outside my room.

7. It was a slow journey and we arrived very lately.

8. The players were all too slowly the match, that’s why we lost the mach.

9. His mum works so hardly. She is hard at home.

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2.Joanne hopes to become a famous singer.

3.Maybe she’ll have children.

4.Nick thinks they’ll get married soon.

5.I’m doubt he he’ll learn to drive.

6.We’ll probably watch TV tonight.

7.I sure he’ll come with us.

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2.The castle on that hill burnt down because it was struck by lightning.

3.There was heavy rain for three days- the streets looked like rivers.

4.It didn’t really rain very hard-it was only a shower.

5.We didn’t sit on the beach after 11 am. There was too much hot and it was too sunny.

6.We just heard some thunder from far away.I think there’ll be a storm soon.

7.I couldn’t see anything from my window this morning – it was really foggy outside!

English

  1. If I study (to study), I will pass (to pass) the exams.
  2. If the sun shines (to shine), we will walk (to walk) into town.
  3. If he had (to have) a temperature, he would see (to see) the doctor.
  4. If my friends come (to come), I will be (to be) very happy.
  5. If she earns (to earn) a lot of money, she will flies (to fly) to New York.
  6. If we travel (to travel) to London, we will visit (to visit) the museums.
  7. If you wear (to wear) sandals in the mountains, you slip (to slip) on the rocks.
  8. If Rita forgets (to forget) her homework, the teacher will give (to give) her a low mark.
  9. If they went (to go) to the disco, they would listen (to listen) to loud music.
  10. If you wait (to wait) a minute, I will ask (to ask) my parents․

English

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

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

English

APRIL  13-23

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(B)

An honest person tells you what he/she really thinks.

A relaxed person doesn’t worry about things.

A hard-work person works a lot.

An organised person is tidy and keeps things in order.

A kind person helps people and thinks about their feelings.

A friendly person is easy to talk to and makes friend easily.

A polite person always says please and thank you.

(D)

Cheerful – miserable

Polite-rude

Honest-dishonest

Organised-disorganised

Relaxed-nervous

Hard-working-lazy

Friendly-unfriendly

(E)

I think I’m a polite person.

My best friend is beauty and organised.

My neighbours are very noisy.

I don’t like people who are not tolerant and rude.

 Read the text and do the exercises;

                                    Honor and Help Your Parents

Emily is a teenager and lives with her parents. She and her best friend, Kim, find out that their favorite band will give a concert in their town on Friday night. They really want to go, but they do not think their parents will let them.
Emily always asks her parents about the things that she wants to do, and they listen to what she has to say, so she decides to do the same thing this time. She explains that she wants to go to the concert with Kim, but her parents think that she is too young to go without an adult.
Emily tells Kim that she cannot go to the concert, but her friend’s answer is a real surprise to Emily. Kim tells her that she should just lie to her parents. “I asked my mom for permission to go and study with friends on Friday. But I will really go to the concert! She does not need to know,” Kim says.
Emily does not know what to say. She is always very honest with her parents, and they are fair in their decisions. Emily has never felt comfortable lying, and her parents always tell her that it is wrong.

“I really do not want to be dishonest with my parents,” Emily tells her friend.

“Oh, stop acting like a little kid! Everyone lies,” Kim replies.

But Emily is not so sure. She thinks that honesty is very important.
On Thursday, Kim invites Emily over to her house to watch a movie after school. When they get there, Kim and her mother get into a fight. Emily realizes that Kim lies to her mother all the time, and her mother does not trust her. Emily thinks this is terrible. She sits uncomfortably on the couch as Kim and her mother fight most of the afternoon.
As she sits there, Emily remembers that Kim always tells her how terrible her relationship with her mother is. Kim thinks her mother does not understand her, but Emily thinks maybe Kim’s mother is just tired of Kim being dishonest with her.
As she walks home, Emily decides she will not lie to her parents about the concert. There will be lots of concerts in the future, but these are the only parents she will ever have. She knows it is better to honor them and help them so that they can have a good relationship. Because her parents trust her, they let her do most of the things that she wants to do, and she really prefers it that way.

EXERCISES

VOCABULARY QUESTIONS

1. WHAT DOES “CROWD” MEAN?

a) very loud music

b) lots of people in the same place

c) a stage where musicians play

d) dangerous conditions

2. What does “lie” mean?

a) to say something that is not true

b) to tell a funny story

c) to talk about something that happened to you

d) to talk to someone in a mean way

3. What does “honor” mean?

a) to say nice things about someone

b) to be nice to someone

c) to be serious about something

d) to respect someone and treat them well

GRAMMAR QUESTIONS

1. KIM TELLS EMILY THAT SHE ________ LIE TO HER PARENTS.

a) would

b) could

c) should

d) might

2. Kim’s mother is just tired ________ Kim being dishonest with her.

a) of

b) about

c) to

d) with

3. ________ Thursday, Kim invites Emily over to her house.

a) In

b) For

c) On

d) At

English

Սիրո մասին

– Ո՞րն է «Ինձ դուր է գալիս» և «Ես սիրում եմ» արտահայտությունների տարբերությունը:
– Երբ քեզ դուր է գալիս ծաղիկը, դու քաղում ես այն: Իսկ եթե դու սիրում ես ծաղիկը, դու ամեն օր խնամում ես նրան, ջրում ու փայփայում:

Translation

About love

– What is the difference between <<I like it>> and <<I love it>>.

– When you like the flower you pick it. And when you love the flower, you take care of it every day, you water and cherish it.

English

Honor and help your parents

Vocabulary Questions

1. What does “crowd” mean?

a) very loud music

b) lots of people in the same place

c) a stage where musicians play

d) dangerous conditions

2. What does “lie” mean?

a) to say something that is not true

b) to tell a funny story

c) to talk about something that happened to you

d) to talk to someone in a mean way

3. What does “honor” mean?

a) to say nice things about someone

b) to be nice to someone

c) to be serious about something

d) to respect someone and treat them well

Grammar Questions

1. Kim tells Emily that she ________ lie to her parents.

a) would

b) could

c) should

d) might

2. Kim’s mother is just tired ________ Kim being dishonest with her.

a) of

b) about

c) to

d) with

3. ________ Thursday, Kim invites Emily over to her house.

a) In

b) For

c) On

d) At

Comprehension Questions

1. Why do Kim and her mother fight all the time?

Kim and his mother fight all the time, because Kim lied to his mother.

2. What does Emily decide not to do to her parents?

Emily decides not lie to her parents.

3. In your opinion, why is it important to honor and help your parents?

I think, that it is important to honor and help your parents, because they have much work to do, and you must help them with this, and you mustn’t lie them.