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A king’s Painting

Once upon a time, there was a Kingdom. The king there only had one leg and one eye, but he was very intelligent and kind. Everyone in his kingdom lived a happy and a healthy life because of their king. One day the king was walking through the palace hallway and saw the portraits of his ancestors. He thought that one day his children will walk in the same hallway and remember all the ancestors through these portraits.

But, the king did not have his portrait painted. Due to his physical disabilities, he wasn’t sure how his painting would turn out. So he invited many famous painters from his and other kingdoms to the court. The king then announced that he wants a beautiful portrait made of himself to be placed in the palace. Any painter who can carry out this should come forward. He will be rewarded based on how the painting turns up.

All of the painters began to think that the king only has one leg and one eye. How can his picture be made very beautiful? It is not possible and if the picture does not turn out to look beautiful then the king will get angry and punish them. So one by one, all started to make excuses and politely declined to make a painting of the king.

But suddenly one painter raised his hand and said that I will make a very beautiful portrait of you which you will surely like. The king became happy hearing that and other painters got curious. The king gave him the permission and the painter started drawing the portrait. He then filled the drawing with paints. Finally, after taking a long time, he said that the portrait was ready!

All of the courtiers, other painters were curious and nervous thinking, How can the painter make the king’s portrait beautiful because the king is physically disabled? What if the king didn’t like the painting and gets angry? But when the painter presented the portrait, everyone in the court, including the king, left stunned.

The painter made a portrait in which the king was sitting on the horse, on the one-leg side, holding his bow and aiming the arrow with his one eye closed. The king was very pleased to see that the painter has made a beautiful portrait by cleverly hiding the king’s disabilities. The King gave him a great reward.

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2.-She doesn’t like going to the cinema.

3.-Do your parents like going on holiday?

4.-His brother likes watching really soccer.

5.- I hate swimming in the sea.  


2.-like watching.

3.-like get up.

4.- get up.

5.-like going.

6.- going.

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Mr. Knott was a teacher. He taught in a big school in London. He lived a
long way from the school, so he was usually quite tired when he got home. At
nine o’clock one evening, when he was in bed, the telephone bell rang in the
hall of his small house, so he went downstairs, picked up the telephone and
said, ‘This is Whitebridge 3165. Who’s speaking, please?’
‘Watt,’ a man answered.
‘What’s your name, please?’ said Mr. Knott.
‘Watt’s my name,’ was the answer.
‘Yes, I asked you that. What’s your name?’ Mr. Knott said again.
‘I told you. Watt’s my name,’ said the other man. ‘Are you Jack Smith?’
‘No, I’m Knott,’ answered Mr. Knott.
‘Will you give me your name, please?’ said Mr. Watt.
‘Will Knott,’ answered Mr. Knott.
Both Mr. Watt and Mr. Will Knott put their telephones down angrily
and thought, ‘That was a rude, stupid man!’
A. Answer these questions.

  1. Why was Mr. Knott usually tired in the evenings?

Because հe lived a long way from the school․

  1. Why did he get up and go downstairs when he was already in bed?

Because the telephone bell rang in the hall of his small house, so he went downstairs, picked up the telephone.

  1. Who telephoned him?

Wat telephoned him.

  1. Whom did Mr. Watt want to speak to?
  1. When Mr. Knott said, ‘Will Knott,’ what did Mr. Watt think?
    (He thought, ‘That was a rude, stupid man!’)
    B. Do this puzzle.
  2. The name of the teacher in
    this story is Mr. Knott two
  3. ‘Whom did Mr. Knott speak
    . . . on the telephone?’ ‘Mr.
  4. Perhaps Mr. Knott went to
    the cinema on Saturday evenings
    to see a film.
  5. Trees and other plants grow
    in . . . .
  6. Not yes.
  7. Both men in this story . . .
    angry when they did not
    understand each other.
  8. Less polite.
  9. Mr. Knott went downstairs
    because the . . . rang.
  10. We cut fruit up with this.
  11. In how many schools did Mr.
    Knott work? ‘In . . . .’
  12. Mr. Knott was a . . . .
  13. Mr. Watt . . . , ‘That was a
    rude, stupid man!’
  14. Mr. Watt waited . . . someone
    answered the telephone, and
    then he spoke.
  15. Perhaps Mr. Knott listened
    to the news on the . . . be-
    fore he went to bed.

  1. C. Write this story. Put the or nothing in each empty place.
    George and Dorothy go to . . . school by . . . bus in . . . morning, but
    they usually come home in . . . 5.15 train. George is Dorothy’s brother. He
    doesn’t like school: when he is at . . . home, he listens to . . . radio or plays . .
    . trumpet, and then he is happy. On . . . Monday morning he sometimes says,
    ‘I have a terrible pain in . . . stomach,’ and he does not go to . . . school with
    Dorothy. His father and mother are already at . . . work, so they do not
    know. They go to . . . work very early. Dorothy plays . . . tennis a lot. When
    she leaves school, she wants to go into . . . army.
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Armenians have a strong and remarkable connection to God. As we are the first country to embrace Christianity in 301 AD, we keep the religious traditions and customs that came from many years. And one of the most famous and important feasts that Armenians celebrate is Easter. This holiday brings the connection between God and Armenians significantly closer.

Easter time is generally called Surb Zatik in Armenia, which connotes “being confined from sins.” During this time, Armenian Apostolic churches acclaim the resurrection of Jesus Christ. As, when Jesus was crucified, humanity persevered through the absolution of sins.

Armenians celebrate Easter with happiness and exaltation as it is probably the holiest time of the Armenian Apostolic Church.

There is no distinct date for this holiday, and it changes every year. It is consistently celebrated between March 22 to April 26. It is because the Armenian Apostolic Church celebrates Easter on the first following Sunday of the primary full moon, after the Spring equinox. The Holy celebration will be commended on 4 April, in 2021.

There is a Holy Week that is before Easter. After the primary liturgy on Saturday night, all Armenians acclaim the resurrection of Jesus Christ and say the accompanying expression, “Christ is risen from the dead,” to which you should answer, “Blessed is the resurrection of Christ”. And the main celebration of Easter starts on Sunday with a sacred service. With this, all Armenians finish the Great Lent that was held for seven weeks. It is said that all the believers ought to follow a 40-day lent to clean their bodies from sins and lavishness and refine their spirits, just like Jesus Christ.

Easter is admired in Armenia well before its date. There are various traditions related to Easter. The first, being the course of action of planting wheat seeds. After the seeds are grown like green grass, they put the red-colored eggs on them, symbolizing new life and birth. The eggs should be painted particularly in red as they address the shed blood of Jesus.

easter in armenia

Another tradition is to paint those eggs red with natural ingredients, like onion layers. You boil the eggs with the onion strips in a bowl, and the color from the peels naturally shade the eggs. There is a fun and engaging game that all the kids love during Easter time. As expressed by the custom, two people should “fight” the eggs together. After picking an egg, each family member should hit it to the following egg. The egg that cracks, loses.

While celebrating Easter with Armenians you will moreover see another customary dish on the table that is an unquestionable requirement. It is the Armenian trout with red wine. Even though fish and red wine go poorly together, they address the dishes that are referred to in the Bible. The wine that Jesus created from water and fish was split between people.

In addition to this dish, you can also find a bowl of cooked rice with dried fruits and raisins that portray mankind and Christians around the planet.
Armenians additionally cheer Easter with traditional dances and songs. There is another and enchanting tradition among youth to gather around near Churches in Yerevan and dance traditional folk dances, sing traditional songs. Along these lines, Armenians keep the spirit of their ancestors and commemorate Easter with preserved traditions.

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2.- Claire can ride bike, but she can’t swim.

3.- They can learn to count, but they can’t learn to speak English.

4.- I can use a computer, but I can’t draw pictures with it.

5.- She can play the guitar, but she can’t play the violin.

6.- My sister can play the piano, but she can’t sing.

7.- Uncle Jim can fly a plane, but he can’t ride a bike.

8.- My mum can sing, but she can’t play the guitar.