Iskolánk a márciusi hónapban két korcsoportban angol nyelvi fordítóversenyt rendez. Az első szöveg az 5-6. évfolyamnak, a második a 7-8. évfolyamos tanulóinknak szól. A megoldásokat e-mailben kérjük az firstname.lastname@example.org címre csatoltan Word formátumban 12-es betűmérettel, dupla sorközzel. A legjobb három fordítást jeles érdemjeggyel értékeljük, az első helyezettek ezen felül -mindkét korcsoportban- értékes angol könyvekkel gazdagodnak!
Beadási határidő: 2012. március 26. hétfő 8.00 óra
This is Mary. She is 25 years old. She has got blond hair and beautiful blue eyes.She lives alone, but she has a younger sister who still lives with their parents.
Mary has a lot of hobbies and interests. She usually gets up early so she can run before work. She doesn`t often have time to ski, but she occasionally goes on Saturdays during the winter. Mary often rides a horse at a stable near here home. She sometimes goes after work, but she usually goes horseback riding on Sundays.
She loves music. She always goes to choir practice on Wednesday evenings and sings in church on Sundays. She doesn`t have much extra money, so she rarely goes to concerts in the city. She seldom watches TV because she likes doing things outside. She usually goes to the gym if it`s raining outside. She isn`t often alone because she has a lot of friends. She occasionally does something alone, but she usually does her activities with one of her friends. She`s a happy woman!
Now she is working. She is a school teacher, she teaches literature and grammar. Her students like her very much because she is patient, nice, understanding and not too strict. Tomorrow the whole class with Mary will go to the local zoo. Last year they went there once but a lot of new animals has come to the zoo this year, and all the members of the class want to see them.
7-8. évfolyam: Summer Olympic Games in London
The 2012 Summer Olympic Games, officially known as the Games of the XXX Olympiad or "London 2012 Olympic Games", are scheduled to take place in London, England, United Kingdom from 27 July to 12 August 2012. London will become the first city to officially host the modern Olympic Games three times, having previously done so in 1908 and in 1948.
Water Polo developed during the 19th century as an aquatic version of rugby, played informally in rivers and lakes. The version of the game that survives today is closer to Handball: a fast, tough and demanding sport, it’s featured on every Olympic programme since the Paris 1900 Games.
Played by teams of seven in a pool with a goal at each end (the goals are 3m wide and 90cm high), Water Polo is a thrilling spectacle. Matches are divided into four periods of eight minutes, and each team has only 30 seconds to attempt to score before the ball is returned to the opposition. Players aren’t allowed to touch the sides or the bottom of the pool during play, and may swim as much as three miles during a match. The men’s and women’s competitions at London will both begin with group play. The teams are divided into two groups, and each team will play every other team in its group. From here, the competitions progress through quarter-final and semi-final rounds before the top two teams go head to head for the gold.
Olympic Water Polo, past and present
In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Water Polo developed separately on either side of the Atlantic, with different styles of play in Europe and America. Eventually, the rules became formalised, which in turn helped the sport to gather popular momentum when 12 nations competed at the 1920 Games in Antwerp. At London 2012, the Water Polo competition will take place at the brand new Water Polo Arena, constructed especially for the Games immediately next to the Aquatics Centre in the Olympic Park.