Презентация "Nonsense alphabet poem" 2 класс

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Nonsense alphabet poem by Edward Lear

Svetlana Kostiura

A was an ant who seldom stood still, And who made a nice house In the side of a hill. A - nice little Ant! B was a book With a binding of blue, And pictures and stories For me and for you B –nice little book! C was a cat Who ran after a rat; But his courage did fail When he seized on his tail. C –crafty old cat! D was a duck With spots on his back, Who lived in the water And always said “Quack!” D –dear little duck! E  was an eagle, Who sat on the rocks, And looked down on the fields And the-far-away flocks. E - beautiful eagle! F was a fish, Stately and wise: Who was caught in a net; And is quite alive yet F –lively young fish! G was a goat, Who was spotted with brown: When he did not lie still He walked up and down. G –good little goat! H was a hat, Which was all on one side; Its crown was too high, And its brim was too wide. H –Oh, what a hat! I was some ice, So white and so nice, But which nobody tasted; And so it was wasted I –all that good ice! J  was a jug, So pretty and white, With fresh water in it At morning and night. J - nice little jug! K was a kite, Which flew out of sight, Above houses so high, Quite into the sky. K –fly away, kite! L was a light, Which burned all the night, And lighted the gloom Of a very dark room. L –useful nice light! M was a mill, Which stood on a hill, And turned round and round With a loud hummy sound. M –useful old mill ! N was a net, Which was thrown in the sea To catch fish for dinner For you and for me. N – nice little net! O was an orange, So yellow and round: When it fell off the tree, It fell down to the ground. O – down to the ground! P was a pig, Who was not very big; But his tail was too curly, And that made him surly. P – cross little pig! Q was a quail, With a very short tail; And he fed upon corn In the evening and morn Q – quaint little quail! R was a rabbit, Who had a bad habit Of eating the flowers In gardens and bowers. R – naughty fat rabbit! S was the sugar-tongs, Nippity-nee, To take up the sugar To put in our tea. S – nippity-nee! T was a tortoise, All yellow and black: He walked slowly away, And he never came back. T – torty never came back! U was an urn All polished and bright, And full of hot water At noon and at night. U – useful old urn! V was a villa, Which stood on a hill, By the side of a river, And close to a mill. V – nice little villa! W was a whale With a very long tail, Whose movements were frantic, Across the Atlantic. W – monstrous old whale! X was King Xerxes, Who wore on his head A mighty large turban, Green, yellow, and red. X - look at King Xerxes! Y was a yak, From the land of Thibet: Except his white tail, He was all black as jet. Y - look at the yak! Z was a zebra, All striped white and black; And if he were tame, You might ride on his back. Z - pretty striped zebra!