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    I  think mice

    Are rather nice.

    Their tails are long,

    Their faces small,

    They haven’t any

    Chins at all.

    Their ears are pink,

    Their teeth are white,

    They run about

    The house at night.

    They nibble things

    They shouldn’t touch

    And no one seems

    To like them much.


    But I think mice

    Are nice.



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    One, Two, Buckle My Shoe
    One... Two... Buckle my shoe
    Three... Four... Knock at the door
    Five... Six... Pick up sticks
    Seven... Eight... Lay them straight
    Nine... Ten... A big fat hen
    Eleven... Twelve... Dig and delve
    Thirteen... Fourteen... Maids a-courting
    Fifteen... Sixteen... Maids in the kitchen
    Seventeen... Eighteen... Maids a-waiting
    Nineteen... Twenty... I've had plenty!


    Collected Near Marcogg
    One for death and two for birth,
    Three for wind and four for earth,
    Five for fire, six for rain,
    Seven's joy and eight is pain,
    Nine to go, ten back again!
    This STICK will TELL the ONE we CHOOSE
    To BE the LORD in SHINing SHOES
    To RUle LANDS both NEAR and FAR
    The STICK says YOU will BE King THAR!
    Under the ocean, green and deep
    Lie the fishes fast asleep,
    Under the arm and over the shoe,
    Tap on the head, and out goes YOU!
    One for sorrow,
    two for joy,
    three for a girl,
    for for a boy,
    five for silver,
    six for gold,
    seven for a secret,
    never to be told,
    eight for a wish,
    nine for a kiss,
    ten for a time
    of joyous bliss.
    Bee, a bee, a bumblebee
    Stung a man upon his knee
    And a hog upon his snout,
    I'll be dogged if you ain't out!
    Eeny, meeny, miney, moe
    Catch a tiger by his toe,
    If he squeals, let him go,
    Eeny, meeny, miney, moe.
    One, two, three, four, five,
    I caught a fish alive.
    Six, seven, eight, nine, ten,
    I let him go again.
    O-U-T spells out goes you!
    A B C D E F G
    come on out and play with me.
    H I J
    come and play.
    K L M
    come with them.
    N O P
    near the tree.
    Q R S T U V
    Oh, how happy we will be.
    W X Y Z
    Lot's of fun for you and me.
    Tongue Twisters
    Pope Sixtus the sixth six texts
    [s] — [? ]
    Mrs. Smith’s Fish Sauce Shop.
    "Surely Sylvia swims!” shrieked Sammy, surprised.
    "Someone should show Sylvia some strokes so she shall not sink”
    Shy Shelly says she shall sew sheets.
    [s] — [?]
    Say this sharply, say this sweetly,
    Say this shortly, say this softly,.
    Say this sixteen times in succession.
    I thought  a thought.
    But the thought I thought wasn’t the thought
    I thought I thought
    [s] — [t], [o] — [ou]
    Amidst the mists and coldest frosts,
    With stoutest wrists and loudest boasts,
    He thrusts his fist against the posts
    And still insists he sees the ghosts.
    Fat frogs flying past fast.
    A Tutor who tooted a flute
    Tried to tutor two tooters to toot.
    Said the two to their tutor,
    "Is it harder to toot
    Or to tutor two tooters to toot?”
    A big black bug bit a big black bear,
    Made the big black bear bleed blood.
    Christmas Legends
    There is a beautiful Christmas legend. Once upon a time there lived a family of reindeer in Lapland. All of them had black noses. But once a baby-deer was born. He had a shiny red nose. People and other deer laughed at him. His name was Rudolph. He was very sad and didn’t like his red nose.
    Do you know why a fir tree is a symbol of Christmas? A long time ago people decorated their houses with a beautiful plant – mistletoe. Mistletoe is evergreen. It has red berries. Now people all over the world decorate their flats and houses with fir trees because they look like mistletoe. But there is an interesting mistletoe tradition in Britain. If a boy and a girl stand under the mistletoe, they have to kiss! Would you like to stand under the mistletoe?
    A father has got three daughters. They are beautiful but they haven’t got money. Santa Claus is standing at their house. He is listening to the story. At night he climbs up the house and throws three bags of gold (золото). The three bags drop into the girls’ stockings (чулки). In the morning the girls wake up happy. And all the children now hang out their stockings on Christmas night.
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