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We are learning English
  1. Reader: - Good morning
Buenos dias
dear teachers
  1. Reader: - Good morning our lovely friends lusky children.
  • Reader: - Good morning, good morning
Good morning to you
Good morning, good morning
We are glad to see you.
  1. Reader: - Now we, must begin our
English program
  1. Reader: - What time is it?
  2. Reader: - It is. . . OK. Here you are children please.
  3. Reader: - They are! My name is Gulnoza, Muhayyo, Robiya, Matluba, Aziz, Dilnoza, Husnida, Abbos, Ziyoda
  • Song about alphabet
A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S and T, U, V, W and X, Y, Z
This is called the alphabet
Which we never must tort.
"A" is for Alphabet and for ABC
Can you say the alphabet
â € œBâ € is for books and bookcase
I have many books in my bookcase
“C” is for cat. My cat is gray
And with me it likes to play.
â € œDâ € is for Dog and for Doggy
I have a dog, not a Doggy
"E" is for Eight and for eleven
How much is eight and eleven.
"F" is for flowers, red and blue
White and yellow and pink, too.
"G" is for George and also for a Garden
I see George going to the Garden.
"H" is for Hands. I have two hands
This is the way I clap my hands.
“I” is for I. I am a boy and Iam ten
I like to play with my brother Ben.
"J" is for Jam. This is apple jam
Jimmy likes it, so does Sam.
"K" is for Kite. Kate has a kite
It is a little and it is white.
"L" is for letter. This letter is for me
It is from my sister, as you can see.
"M" is for me and for May Day
For march and for Mother's Day.
"N" is for nine, ninety and ninety-nine
Children How much is ninety and nine.
"O" is for one, one and two are three
Three litle cats are in a tree.
“P” is for pencils. Whit them I can draw
A red pen, a green tree or a blue door.
"Q" is for question. How are you?
How aid are you and how do you do.
"R" is for red. Many things are red
What can be red do you know Fred.
â € œSâ € is for street. This is my street
There are a lot of trees in my street.
"T" is for Tock.
â € œTick-Tockâ € says the oclock.
"U" is for under, but not for at
“I’m under the tree,” says Pat.
â € œVâ € is for five and also in seven
It is in the twelve and is eleven.
"W" is for winter. When it is cold
But I like winter and I like cold.
"X" is for six. Let's count up to six
One, two, three, four and six.
â € œYâ € is for yard where children play
They play in the yard every day.
“Z” is for Zoo. Let's go to the Zoo
I like to go to the Zoo and you?
I-Starter: This reference book deals with. The state symbols and basic facts about the Republic of Uzbekistan.
Chapter II: National symbols of the Republic of Uzbekistan and articles of the Constitution:
I-Reader: The Republic of uzbekistan shall have its state symbols the flag. The emblem and the anthem-sanctioned by the can.
(Article 5 from the Constitution of the Republic of Uzbekistan)
II-Student: November 18, 1991 the day of Adoption of the state Flag of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
III-Reader: July 2, 1992 - the day of Adoption of the state Emblem of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
IV-Reader: December 10, 1992 - the day of Adoption of the National Anthem of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
I-Beginner: A qucue now: Holidays of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
  1. January 1. The Year Holidays.
  2. March 8. The International Womens day.
  3. March 21. The Holiday of Navruz.
  4. May 9. The day of Memory and Respects.
  5. September 1. The day of Independence of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
  6. The first day of the religious holiday of "Ruza Hayit".
  7. The first day of the religious holiday of "Kurban Hayit".
  8. October 1. The Teachers day.
  9. December 8. The Constitution day.
II-Beginner: A qucue now fuls story.
Reader V: The sun and the moon.
Two men were arguing one day about the sun and the moon and which of the
two was more useful. At last one of them said: “Oh, I know. The Moon is
quilte north two suns, for it ships at night when it is needed but the sun shines
in the day - time when nobody wants it ”.
I-Starter: A qucue now. About Historical peoples.
  1. Alisher Navoi.
  2. Amir Temur.
  3. William Shakespeare.
  1. Draws and cars in our town
Run up and down
Run up and down
Stop loon of the light
First loon to the left
And then to the right
  1. I put my right hand in
2I put my right hand out
I give my right hand
a shake, shake, shake
And turn my self about.
  1. Can you hop like a rabbit?
Can you jump like a frog?
Can you walk like a duek?
Can you run like a dog?
  1. Little dogs
Two little puppy dogs
Walk down the street
Two street puppy dogs
Wag tails as they meet
  1. A happy New Year
The day is so clear
The moon is so white
The sky is so bright
“We shout with all our wight?
A happy New Year ”
  1. One, two, three, four, five
I caught a here alive
Six, seven, eight, nineteen
I let her go again.
  1. I have a cat
His name is Pit
And by the fire
He likes so sit…
  1. Just six years ago today
Just six years ago today
Happy birthday. Happy birthday!
Jurnmyes six years ago today
9. I am running on my skis
White and silver stands the trees
Silent as quisk a quisk can de
The to casik me one, two, three
  1. I have two legs
With which I walk
I hawe a tongul
Wish that I talk
11. Summers here
Days are long
And the sun
Is tall and strong
I-Teacher: Songs about: “What is your name?”
Teacher II: A qucue proberes now.
Now it's the turn of the articles.
Maftuna: Promise litlle but do much,
Promise less, do more.
Mohira: A friend in med is a friend indied.
A friend is known when disaster strikes.
Muhammadjon: It is never late to leran.
It is never too late to learn.
Fans: Donet affend. She young boys and girls.
Don’t upset the little ones.
Dilshoda: Dont be crude nith she people around you.
Don’t be rude to the people around you.
Munisa: Brush your shoes clean the help your, brothers to have them cleaned.
Clean your shoes every day and help your brothers mpham.
Aziz: You must not read the book in bed.
It is not possible to read a book while lying down.
Muslima: Be the leader of the school and in the classroom.
Maintain cleanliness in school and classroom.
Sardor: Donet cross the street in the red light.
Do not cross the street when the red light is on.
Rahim: Go to school in time dont be lase.
Go to school on time and don't be late.
Nozima: Dont loose your time for northing.
Don’t waste time.
Ziroat: First think then speak.
Think first, then speak.
Gulnoza: Actions speak londer than nords.
Look at his work, not his words.
Muhayyo: One good turn deserver another.
When you see good, you see good.
Robiya: Always keep your promise.
Always keep your word.
I-Teacher: A qucue song now. "One, one, one."
Teacher II: Aqucue poens.
Muhayyo: Peter has a pencil
Peter has a pen
He drew with his pencil
And writes with his pen.
Nodira: Help your mother set the table
With a knife and fork and spoon
Help your mother set the table
Every afternoon.
Mohidil: Mummys in the kitchen
As busy as can be
Cooking lots of good things
Muhlisa: New things to learen
A new friend to mut
A new song to sing
New joys to greet.
Muslima: Once I can a little bird
Came hop, hop., Hop
So, I cried little bird
Will you stop, stop, stop
Puzzles about
Maftuna: I have many leaves
But I'm not a tre
I'm a nice thing
Came and read me (a books)
Mahamad: It doesn't have legs but jamps (aball)
Mohidil: It is white and cold and sweet
All children like it (ice cream)
Aziz: Five sons with one hame. (singers)
Husnida: Two brothers.
But they don't see each other. (eyes)
Munisa: The teachers writers on me with chalk.
My face is black I cannot talk (black board)
I-Teacher: Early to bed, Early to rise Makes a man healshy, wealshy and will.
II-Teacher: I can red I can write
I can speak English too
I love learning English
And what about you?
Teacher III: Ice cream
You scream
Wall all scream
For ice cream
Teacher IV: I have two sisters
And a brother
And a answer very, very, very
Fond of my brother.
A qucue song how.
"May there be almays."
Source: Based on Internet materials

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