Monday, February 25, 2008

Interview (Mina & Johanna)

1.Witch is the most interesting place you have visited?
The most interesting place I've visited was safari park in Sweden.
2. When did you go there?
I went there two years ago
3. How did you go there?
I went there by ship and by car.
4. Who did you go with?
I went there with my family and my father's friends.
5. How long did you stay there?
In safari park I stayed for one day and in Sweden I stayed for two weeks.
6. What did you do there?
I I looked animals.
7. Did you enjoy your trip?
Yes, I did.
8. I like to go to India next

Game-Snow drift

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Snow Drift

Take control of Yeti and knock out monsters with your ice slide!

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Funny game :)

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Exercise whatever

Tower of London
The tower of London is more than 900 years old and it was prison for long time. It's built as a fortress.

Tower Bridge
It's a big bridge, what needs only 90 seconds to lift. It happens 500 times in year.

Globe Theatre
Globe Theatre is like a theater at Shakespeare’s time. It burned down in 1613, but it opened again on 1997.

London Eye
London Eye is the biggest observation wheel in the world and it's 135m high.

Houses of Parliament
Houses of Parliament is home to the United Kingdom Parliament. In 1834 fire, a destroyed most of the oalace, but Sir Charles Barry built the palace again between 1840 and 1888 and he also added the famous clocktower Big Ben.

Buckingham Palace
Buckingham Palace is really big and it's Queen's residence in London. Buckingham Palace has a park, 600 rooms, a swimming-pool and even a cinema.

Trafalgar Square
Trafalgar Square got it's name from Admiral Nelson's famous victory in te Battle of Trafalgar. On New Year’s Eve, Trafalgar Square is a popular meeting place.

Piccadilly Circus
Piccadilly Circus is a centre of London's nightlife. The Eros fountain is the best meeting place is you want to go to one of the plenty restaurants, nightclubs, theatres or bars nearby

St Paul's Cathedral
The cupola of St Paul's Catherdal is also called Whispering Gallery because if you go to the Whispering Gallery with a friend and you ask your friend to put his/her ear against the wall of the cupola and if you go to the other side and you whisper against the wall, then you frend hears every word you whisper.
Horse Guards

In Whitehall you can see the Queen’s Life Guard – the Horse Guards. The Mounting of the Guard takes place every day at 11 am (10 am on Sundays). Trooping the Colour
Behind the Horse Guards is Horse Guards Parade. This is the place where the Queen’s birthday parade – Trooping the Colour – takes place every year in June. The Queen’s real birthday is in April, by the way. Her birthday parade is in June, however, because the weather is usually better then.

Valvurid, kes on hobuste seljas.

Valges hallis saate te näha kuninganna ihukaitsjaid - valvureid, kes ratsutavad hobuste seljas


E: Hello!
M: Hello!!
J: HEllo!
H: Hello!
E-J: Have you finished your homework?
J-E: No, not yet.
M-H: Would you like to learn some new steps?
H-M: Why don't you show them to me???
M-H: Yes, I will do it tomorrow.
E-H: But have you been to Croatia?
H-E: Yes, I have been there twice.
J-M: Oh..we are talking and we've missed the bus.
M-J: Let's take a taxi.
H-E: Have you ever been late for school?
E-H: No, never.

Monday, February 18, 2008

Exercise 7 page 74

Mr Lawrence has been to Japan twice.
He went there py plane in 1998 and in 1999.

Mr Lawrence has been to Wales once.
He went there by car in 1996.

Mr Lawrence has been to Scotland once.
He went there by boat in 1997.
Mrs Lawrence has been to Japan once.
She went there by plane in 1999.

Mrs Lawrence has been to France once.
She went there by train in 1995.

Mrs Lawrence has been to Scotland twice.
She went there by car in 1996 and by boat 1997.

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Valentine's day


A day in London. Double deckers, people in London, Buckingham palace, Big Ben and even some clips about that big wheel:D Everything is on that video (I think).

Monday, February 11, 2008

Malaaria? Kanadas?

Kas sul on kunagi olnud malaariat? Kui sul on olnud, siis on võimalus, et sa said selle haiguse soojalt maalt. Malaaria on enim levinud troopilistes riikides, eriti neis, kus on märg ja niiske kliima ja kus sääsed, kes kannavad haigust võivad seda levitada. Ometi hiljuti hakkas malaaria levima Kanadas. Vastavalt hiljutisele aruandele, üle 1000 inimese on nakatunud haigusesse 1997. aastal ja see arv on tõusnud iga aastaga alates 1994. aastast. See on muret tekitav arengusuund. Miks on malaaria sagedus siin tõusnud? Vastus on reisimine. Üha rohkemad ja rohkemad Kanadalased reisivad välisriikidesse iga aasta. Ometi, kui Torontost pärit naine eelmisel aastal haigeks jäi, tema arst avastas, et ta ei ole elu sees välisriikidesse reisinud. Teda pidi olema hammustanud sääsk, kes sai haiguse mõnelt teiselt haigelt kanadalaselt.

Wednesday, February 6, 2008


Fran: Have you ever lived in Paris?
Diana: I lived in Paris when I was a child.
Fran: Did you go to the Louvre when you lived in Paris?
Diana: Yes, I went there for many times.
Fran: I have never visited the Louvre.

Amy: Have you ever lived in Tallinn?
Lucy: I lived in Tallinn before I got married.
Amy: Did you go to the old town when you lived in Tallinn?
Lucy: Yes, I went there for several times.
Amy: I have never visited the old town.

Monday, February 4, 2008

Correction of mistakes

1. I have a question.
2. They don't like the bagpipes.
3. My mother has been to France.
4. These are my classmates.
5. There's a dome on that church.

The story of a princess (VERBS)

is, was, been
live, lived, lived
wave, waved, waved
sleep, slept, slept
grow, grew, grown
come, came, come
take, took, taken
cut, cut, cut
kiss, kissed, kissed