27
Sep

English Lesson: Smile & Learn (XLVII)

   Posted by: Dan   in Sunday School

Azi la Scoala de duminica:
Lectia 47 din cursul de engleza pentru incepatori, “Milky Way”

A woman and baby are in a doctor’s surgery, and the pediatrician is concerned about the baby’s weight:
“Is he bottle fed or breast fed?”
The woman replies:
“Breast fed.”
The doctor gets her to strip down to her waist so he can examine her breasts.
He pinches her nipples and sucks and rubs both breasts for a while…
“No wonder the baby is underweight, you have no milk.”
Woman replies:
“I know, I’m his granny … but I’m glad I came!”

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Mica
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Propun o lectura suplimentara … pentru Scoala de duminca asta …

Boots
de Rudyard Kipling

We’re foot-slog-slog-slog-sloggin’ over Africa –
Foot-foot-foot-foot-sloggin’ over Africa –
(Boots-boots-boots-boots-movin’ up an’ down again!)
There’s no discharge in the war!

Seven-six-eleven-five-nine-an’-twenty mile to-day –
Four-eleven-seventeen-thirty-two the day before –
(Boots-boots-boots-boots-movin’ up an’ down again!)
There’s no discharge in the war!

Don’t-don’t-don’t-don’t-look at what’s in front of you.
(Boots-boots-boots-boots-movin’ up an’ down again)
Men-men-men-men-men go mad with watchin’ em,
An’ there’s no discharge in the war!

Try-try-try-try-to think o’ something different –
Oh-my-God-keep-me from goin’ lunatic!
(Boots-boots-boots-boots-movin’ up an’ down again!)
There’s no discharge in the war!

Count-count-count-count-the bullets in the bandoliers.
If-your-eyes-drop-they will get atop o’ you!
(Boots-boots-boots-boots-movin’ up an’ down again) –
There’s no discharge in the war!

We-can-stick-out-‘unger, thirst, an’ weariness,
But-not-not-not-not the chronic sight of ’em –
Boot-boots-boots-boots-movin’ up an’ down again,
An’ there’s no discharge in the war!

‘Taint-so-bad-by-day because o’ company,
But night-brings-long-strings-o’ forty thousand million
Boots-boots-boots-boots-movin’ up an’ down again.
There’s no discharge in the war!

I-‘ave-marched-six-weeks in ‘Ell an’ certify
It-is-not-fire-devils, dark, or anything,
But boots-boots-boots-boots-movin’ up an’ down again,
An’ there’s no discharge in the war!

P.S. Daca-i prea lunga (lectura suplimentara) poate fi reluata la Versurile de joi. 🙂

September 27th, 2009 at 10:47 am