Презентация "If you feel like singing"


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If you feel like singing.

If you feel like singing.

  • A Bicycle Built For Two

Billy Boy.

  • (D) Where have you been Billy Boy, Billy Boy Where have you been charming (A7) Billy?
  • I have been to seek a wife She's the (D) joy of my life She's a (A7) young thing and cannot leave her (D) mother Did she bid you come in Billy Boy, Billy Boy Did she bid you come in charming (A7) Billy? Yes she bade me come in There's a (D) dimple in her chin She's a (A7) young thing a and cannot leave her (D) mother Can she make a cherry pie Billy Boy, Billy Boy Can she make a cherry pie charming (A7) Billy? She can make a cherry pie Quick's a (D) cat can wink its eye She's a (A7) young thing and cannot leave her (D) mother Oh oh where have you been Billy Boy, Billy Boy Where have you been charming (A7) Billy? I have been to seek a wife She's the (D) joy of my life She's a (A7) young thing and cannot leave her (D) mother

Daisies

A Bicycle Built for Two:

A street organ (a barrel organ)

A Bicycle built for two

  • Daisy, Daisy, Give me your answer, do! I'm half crazy, All for the love of you! It won't be a stylish marriage, I can't afford a carriage But you'll look sweet upon the seat Of a bicycle made for two.
  • Patrick, Patrick, here is your answer true!
  • I know that trick, and it will never do.
  • If you can`t afford a carriage,
  • Then there will be no marriage,
  • For I insist I won’t be kissed
  • In a bicycle built for two

The song’s Background.

  • Bicycle riding became very popular in 1890-s in England and other countries. Harry Dacre, a songwriter from London, wrote a waltz about an imaginary romantic problem with a bicycle built for two. It was immediate success. When a bicycle craze (boom) was over? People have continued to sing about Daisy, and even have added to the story.

  • In the 1970-s bicycles once again became fashionable for adult riders all over the world.
  • Daisy’s answer to Patrick was written by an American teacher, Garry Gabriel? During a seminar for teachers of English in Yugoslavia in 1972.

Words and expressions from the song:

  • marriage - when a young man and a girl become a wife and a husband
  • carriage - a car, some kind of transport
  • Daisy
  • to marry – to become a wife or a husband
  • do - here: please
  • half crazy – 50% fool
  • all for the love of you – because I love you
  • stylish marriage – a fashionable marriage, a marriage in the latest style
  • to afford a carriage – to have enough money to pay for a carriage ( a car)

  • to look sweet – to look very beautiful
  • Patrick – a boy’s name
  • here is your answer true – here: yes, I’ll look sweet
  • I know that trick – you are sly, cunning –хитрый
  • it will never do – I will never agree with it
  • for I insist – I am very serious
  • I won’t be kissed – I will not marry

Crossword Puzzle

  • Across:
  • 1. A girl’s name.
  • 3. The pronoun used to refer to a bicycle.
  • 5. Also called a “bike”
  • 6. In the alphabet, the letters that come right before and after “m”
  • 7. The pronoun used to a trick
  • 9. People sometimes take _______ to learn how to ride a bike.
  • 11. Pronoun referring to Daisy.

  • Down:
  • 2. Fashionable.
  • 3. Not well; sick.
  • 4. Campers and soldiers sleep in them.
  • 5. Found on a bicycle and at the door of the house.
  • 8. A finger on your foot.
  • 10. Abbreviation for “steamship”.

Fill the gaps with the words and expressions.

  • Daisy, Daisy, Give me your answer, do! I'm ---- -----, All for the love of you! It won't be a ------- marriage, I can't afford a -------- But you'll look sweet upon the seat Of a ------- made for two.
  • Patrick, Patrick, here is your answer true!
  • I know that trick, and it will never do.
  • If you can`t afford a carriage,
  • Then there will be no --------,
  • For I insist I won’t be kissed
  • On a bicycle ----- for two.