dear father frost,
my name is alice. i'm 15 years old. i was a very good girl this year.
i helped my parents about the house: i washed the dishes and the floor.
thank you very much for your last year's present! it's really nice and i use it all the time.
dear father frost, i'd like to have a present for this new year's day too.
i would like to have а new action-camera or a new mountain bicycle. i want to have them very very much! i would also like to have a doll for my little sister.
i wish you to be healthy and happy. happy new year!
дорогой дед мороз,
меня зовут алиса. мне 15 лет. я была хорошей девочкой в этом году.
я родителям по дому: мыла посуду и пол.
большое за твой прошлогодний подарок! он действительно хороший, и я использую его все время.
дорогой дед мороз, я бы тоже хотела получить подарок на этот новый год. я хотела бы иметь новую кинокамеру или новый горный велосипед. я хочу их и сильно! я а также я хотела бы куклу для моей младшей сестры.
желаю тебе здоровья и счастья. с новым годом!
всего тебе самого доброго,
one of the most tragic events of the twentieth century - world war ii. she left a deep imprint on the minds of millions of people who live on different continents and speak a different language, and the scale of the tragedy is not unprecedented in the history of the world. the war - this time, courage and bravery on the front and rear of the enemy. it is known that during the great patriotic war of 1941-1945, our people have displayed extraordinary tenacity and fortitude to defend their homeland from invaders. my parents and i were born and raised in peacetime, but the sufferings and sorrows that brought this terrible war, i know not only from history, literature and movies. a lot of these events can be found by listening to the stories of veterans and home front workers. my grandfather was a participant of the great patriotic war, we cherish his military awards, newspaper clippings and wartime frontline army book. but not only the combatants have experienced fear and pain, but also those who were in the rear of the enemy. one winter evening, my grandmother told me about the hard time that she had to endure.when she was seventeen years old, she dreamed of becoming a doctor and therefore admitted to the medical college. but the great patriotic war. in 1941, the fascists came close to the town of yelets, and all the people came to the defense of their native land. classes at the college ceased, and my grandmother, along with other citizens helped dig trenches, worked in the fields. but despite the efforts of the soviet troops and residents, the enemy broke through the defense and broke into elec, some nazis settled in an apartment where the family lived my grandmother, and they, along with other neighbors had to move to an old barn. fear not leave them, day or night. they were afraid to go outside because there there were german soldiers with guns in their hands. but one morning in december the germans were hastily assembled and went out of occupied apartments. and all the inhabitants of the barn realized that the germans are retreating, it is hoped that the war would soon be over. in the meantime, the city fired day and night, and all the people were still scared. the next day, in the morning, someone knocked on the window, they were our soldiers. everyone was very happy, fed them, watered, and they went on to clean the homeland from the nazis. on the streets of the city lay dead everywhere: both military and civilians. the war has brought so much grief! war - is a terrible ordeal for any country, any nation and every man. she brings a lot of pain and suffering for both adults and children. and all who saw the war with his own eyes, never forget about it. will always live in the memory of the immortal feat of the soviet people in the great patriotic war. in their honor, in all the towns and villages set monuments - obelisks, in honor of those who gave their lives for the freedom and independence of our motherland. our city is also a monument to the soldiers - elchane who died in battle against the nazi invaders during world war ii. nobody is forgotten, nothing is forgotten!
если хочешь убери что-то
1. the lord (prefer) common-looking people. that is why
he (make) so many of them. (abraham lincoln) 2. every time a child (say) ‘i (not believe) in fairies’ there (be) a little fairy some-
where that (fall) down dead. (j. m.barrie) 3. at 50, everyone
(have) the face he (deserve). (george orwell) 4. ‘classic a book
which people (praise) and (notread). (mark twain) 5. this (be)
an important book, the critic (assume), because it (deal) with
war. this (be) an insignificant book because it (deal) with the
feelings of women in a drawing-room. (virginia woolf) 6. cats
(seem) to go on the principle that it never (do) any harm to ask
for what you (want). (joseph wood krutch) 7. ten thousand difficulties (not make) one doubt. (cardinal newman) 8. any man
who (hate) dogs and babies can’t be all bad. (leo rosten) 9. there
(be) always one moment in childhood when the door (open)
and (let) the future in. (graham greene) 10. a child (become) an
adult when he (realize) that he (have) a right not only to be right
but also to be wrong. (thomas szasz) 11. in examinations those
who (not wish) to know (ask) questions of those who cannot
tell. (walter raleigh) 12. i never (think) of the future. it (come)
soon enough. (albert einstein) 13. every generation (revolt)
against its fathers and (make) friends with its grandfathers. (lewis
mumford) 14. it (take) a lot of imagination to be a good photog-
rapher. you (need) less imagination to be a painter because you
can invent things. but in photography everything (be) so ordi-
nary; it (take) a lot of looking before you (learn) to see the ordi-
nary. (david bailey) 15. slang is a language that (roll) up its sleeves,
(spit) on its hands and (go) to work. (carl sandburg) 16. man
(dream) of fame while woman (wake) to love. (lord tennyson)
17. all women (become) like their mothers. that (be) their trag-
edy. no man (do). that’s his. (oscar wilde) 18. the man who
(make) no mistakes (not make) usually anything. (edward john
phelps) 19. we (know) what (happen) to people who (stay) in
the middle of the road. they (get) run down. (aneurin bevan)
20. money (not talk); it (swear). (bob dylan)