Մաթեմ ( բոլոր ճոկատների համար )

  1. Դասը
  2. Գտնել երկնիշ զույգ թվերի քանակը:
    1) 90 2) 45 3) 44 4) 89
  3. 44-22+22
  4. Գտնել 36-ի և 84-ի ընդհանուր բաժանարարների քանակը:
    1) 4 2) 5 3) 6 4) այլ պատասխան
  5. 4
  6. Քանի՞ հատ երկնիշ թիվ կա, որոնց գրառման մեջ առկա է 3 թվանշանը:
    1) 20 2) 19 3) 18 4) այլ պատասխան
  7. 4
  8. Քանի՞ հատված կա նշված գծապատկերում:
  9. 1) 4 2) 5 3) 10 4) 9
  10. 1

The meeting at Mrs. Young`s house. English book. Page 16

Book

One morning Mrs. Perry said to her husband, ‘Jack, there’s a meeting of our
ladies’ club at Mrs. Young’s house at lunch time today, and I want to go to it. I’ll
leave you some food for your lunch. Is that all right?’
‘Oh, yes,’ her husband answered, that’s quite all right. What are you going to
leave for my lunch?’
‘This tin of fish,’ Mrs. Perry said. ‘And there are some cold, boiled potatoes
and some beans here, too.’
‘Good,’ Mr. Perry answered. I’ll have a good lunch.’
So Mrs. Perry went to her meeting. All the ladies had lunch at Mrs. Young’s
house, and at three o’clock Mrs. Perry came home.
‘Was your fish nice, Jack?’ she asked.
‘Yes, but my feet are hurting,’ he answered.
‘Why are they hurting?’ Mrs. Perry asked.
‘Well, the words on the tin were, “Open tin and stand in hot water for five
minutes”.’

A. Answer these questions.

  1. Why didn’t Mrs. Perry want to cook her husband’s lunch?
  2. Mrs. Perry didnt have time to cook.
  3. What did she leave him for his lunch?
  4. She left a tin of fish and some cold boiled potatoes and beans.
  5. Did Mr. Perry enjoy his lunch?
  6. Yes, he did.
  7. What was the matter with his feet?
  8. His feet were hurting.
  9. What mistake did Mr. Perry make when he read the words on the tin?
  10. He had to keep the tin of fish in hot water but not his feet.
    B. Which of these sentences are true? Write the correct ones down.
  11. Mrs. Perry wanted to belong to a ladies’ club.
  12. Mrs. Perry wanted to go to ladies’ club.
  13. Mrs. Perry belonged to a ladies’ club.
  14. Correct
  15. Mrs. Perry did not cook her husband’s lunch that day.
  16. Correct
  17. Mrs. Perry cooked the lunch for her husband that day.
  18. Mrs. Perry did not cook her husband’s lunch that day.
  19. Mrs. Perry had lunch with several ladies.
  20. Correct
  21. Mrs. Perry had lunch with Mrs. Young only.
  22. Mrs. Perry had lunch with several ladies.
  23. Mr. Perry didn’t like his lunch.
  24. Mr. Perry liked his lunch
  25. Mr. Perry liked his lunch.
  26. Correct
  27. Mr. Perry put the tin of fish in hot water.
  28. Mr. Perry put his feet in hot water.
  29. Mr. Perry put his feet in hot water.
  30. Correct
    C. Write this story, but do not put pictures: put words.
    Some ladies are in the kitchen of a big house
  31. They are making lunch for ladies of their club. One
  32. lady has got some big tins, of fish. Another is
  33. putting some potato in hot water , and the third is
  34. cutting some beans into pieces. The ladies of the club
  35. like nice lunch. What is that lady doing? Oh, she is sitting
  36. down, because her feet are tired

WheelBarrow. English book page 4

Book

Fanny and Ethel worked in the same office, and, they were neighbours at home.
Fanny was rather a careless girl, and he often lost things. Then she usually went
to Ethel to borrow more from her.
Ethel was a kind girl, but she sometimes got tired of lending things to her
friend.
One Saturday afternoon Fanny knocked at Ethel’s front door, and when
Ethel came to open it, Fanny said to her, ‘Oh, hullo, Ethel. Please lend me a bag.
I’ve lost mine. I’m going to the shops, and I feel very stupid when I haven’t got
anything in my hand when I go out in the street.’
Ethel laughed and answered, ‘Well, Fanny, go down to the end of the
garden. You’ll find a nice wheelbarrow in the shed there. Take that when you go
down to the shops. Then you’ll have something in both of your hands.’

Word outside the 1000: wheelbarrow

A. Answer these questions.
1.Why did Fanny often lose things?

She was a careless girl.
2.Why did Ethel lend things to Fanny?

She was a kind girl.
3.Why didn’t Fanny want to go to the shops without a bag?

She felt very stupid.
4.Why didn’t Ethel lend her a bag?

She got tired of lending things to Fanny.
5.What did she want Fanny to take to the shops?

Wheelbarrow.


6.Did Fanny take it, do you think?

No
B. Which of these sentences are true? Write the correct ones down.
1.Ethel often borrowed things.

Ethel often lended things.

  1. Fanny often borrowed things.
  2. Correct.

  3. 3.Ethel often lent things to Fanny.
  4. Ethel often lended things to Fanny.
  5. Fanny often lent things to Ethel.
  6. Fanny often borrowed things from Ethel.
    5.One day Ethel lost her bag.
  7. One day Fanny lost her bag.
    6.One day Fanny lost her bag.
  8. Correct
  9. Fanny liked carrying something in her hand.
  10. Correct
  11. Fanny did not like carrying things.
  12. Fanny liked carrying something in her hand.
  13. There was a shed at the end of Ethel’s garden.
  14. Correct
  15. There was a shed at the end of Fanny’s garden
  16. There was a shed at the end of Ethel’s garden.

C. Write this story, but do not put pictures: put word

Ethel’s is in a small street.


It has a small garden.

at the back, and there is a shed in it.

Ethel keeps her wheelbarrow there.

Ethel is a clever girl.

She works in an office.

This is Ethel. She is at the door of her house and she’s got a bag in her left hand.

? Because she is going to the shops.

Going to a doctor. English book. Page 10.

Book

One day a man went to see his doctor and said to him, ‘I’ve swallowed a horse,
doctor, and I feel very ill.’
The doctor thought for a few seconds and then said, ‘All right, Mr. Lloyd, I’ll
help you. Please lie down on this bed.’
The doctor’s nurse gave the man an injection, the man went to sleep, and the
doctor went out quickly to look for a horse in the town.
After half an hour he found one, borrowed it and took it into his office, so
when Mr. Lloyd woke up, it was there in front of him.
‘Here’s the horse, Mr. Lloyd,’ the doctor said. ‘I’ve taken it out of your
stomach, and it won’t give you any more trouble now.’
At first Mr. Lloyd was happy, but then he looked at the horse again and said,
‘But, doctor, my horse was white, and this one’s brown!’

Question

A. Answer these questions.

  1. Did the doctor think, ‘This man has really swallowed a horse’?
  2. No
  3. Why did the nurse give the man an injection?
  4. The nurse made the man sleep and the doctor could look for a horse
  5. What did the doctor do when he went out?
  6. He found a horse
  7. What did Mr. Lloyd see when he woke up?
  8. He saw a horse In doctor office
  9. Why was Mr. Lloyd not happy when he looked at the horse
    more carefully?
  10. He was not happy as it was not his horse

  11. B. Which words in the story on page 12 mean:
  12. sick 3. visit 5. discovered
  13. pleased 4. fast
  14. Sick-ill, visit-go to see, fast-quickly, pleased-happy, discovered-found
    Ǟ. Put the number of the correct sentence under the correct picture.
  1. The nurse gave Mr. Lloyd an injection. 3
  2. The doctor went out into the street. 5
  3. Mr. Lloyd said, ‘I feel very ill.’ 1
  4. Mr. Lloyd woke up. 6
  5. Mr. Lloyd came into the doctor’s office. 2
  6. Mr. Lloyd went to sleep 4