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English Homework

Սովորողները ներկայացնում  են իրենց ընտանիքի սեբաստացիներին` սովորող, աշխատող` հին և նոր, հարցազրույցներ վերցնում, ֆիլմեր պատրաստում:

I have a brother. He is 9 years old. He studies in Northern school in forth class. He is a Sebastian. He came from 51 school. I came from there too. We don’t like to study there. It is so boring, but in this school it is so interesting to study and work by computers make it easier. We like this school from all heart. We are proud to be Sebastian.

English Homework

Her job was organise papers.

One day Erin realised that there were lots of papers about some very sick people in a place called Hinkley. She started to look for more information about the town.

All the sick people lived near a big Pacific Gas and Electric factory.

She discovered that there was a chemical called chromium in the local water.

They pay for people in Hinkley 500.000$.

Now Erin is famous — she has her own company.

English Classwork

My room

In my room near the door there is a little windowsill and in this windowsill there live my fishes. In the right side of my room there is my and my brother’s bed. Our bed is bunk. In the left side of my room there is big wardrobe. In my room there are posters. When we enter my room we see window. In my room there is a door that goes to my parent’s room.

English Homework

Describe your house or flat.

When we enter the flat there is a bathroom on the right side. Then we enter the hall and there is a living room. On the left side there is my parent’s bedroom, and after it there is my and my brother’s bedroom. Return to the living room. On the right side we will see my grandmother’s and grand-grandmother’s bedroom. Living room opens into the kitchen, dining room and balcony.

English Homework


Can you remember a time when you woke up from a fantastic or strange dream? Maybe you were afraid and turned on the light or the dream was so good you wanted to sleep longer. But do you think your dreams are telling you something?


For hundreds of years, people thought dreams were messages from gods or spirits. Today, too, many people can remember a time when they saw a place or person in their dream and then, later, the dream happened in real life. Maybe that’s not surprising because we dream a lot but we probably only remember the times when something happens in a dream and then happens for real. Most people have four to six dreams every night after the age of ten. That’s as many as 2,000 dreams per year. So, an 80-year-old person has probably had 140,000 dreams. Maybe we forget 95–99 per cent of our dreams, but that’s still thousands of dreams that might ‘come true’.


Around the 18th and 19th centuries, there were two popular ideas about dreams. One said that the things we see in our dreams are things we keep in our subconscious because we don’t want or need to think about them when we’re awake. The opposite idea said that while we’re sleeping, the brain organises memories and thoughts from the day. Dreams are just random thoughts from our day but we try to make a story from them when we wake up.


But perhaps both ideas are a little bit right. Maybe dreams are made from the thoughts we have during the day, but we see them as symbols. For example, a dream of flying might be a symbol for an exciting new job. When we’re awake, we think in words most of the time. But when we’re sleeping, the part of our brain that helps us with language sleeps, and the part that makes us happy or sad or angry is awake and busy. So, maybe our thoughts come to us in dreams as feelings and symbols instead of words. If you can understand these symbols, you have a window into your subconscious. If you want to understand the messages, you have to match them to what’s happening in your life.


One way to help you do this is to keep a dream diary. As soon as you wake up, write down everything you remember about your dreams. Use pen and paper, not your phone or computer because the light might wake you up and you’ll forget faster. Sometimes your eyes will be half-closed and your writing will be difficult to read.

Now you can match your dreams to your daily life. Think about the people and place where the dream happened, as they might mean something too. Also, how you were feeling in the dream is important. If you were afraid instead of happy in the flying dream, maybe it means you are worried about the new job. Are you ready to find out what your subconscious is trying to tell you?



Do you remember your dreams?

No. I don’t remember any dreams.

Distance learning Homework May 4-8


Martha is at the grocery store, getting ready for a house party. She has a list of what she needs with her as she goes along. The first section she comes has produce. Martha sees apples, bananas, cherries, grapes, and strawberries. She checks her list:

– 6 apples
– 1 bag of cherries
– 1 bag of grapes
– 2 cartons of strawberries

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Distance learning April 20-24

APRIL 20-24


No, she doesn’t.


1. He can play football very well,

2.but he can’t play rugby: he’s not good at rugby.

3.This cake is delicious: you can cook very well!

4. Mum, can I go out tonight?

5. No, you can’t.

6. I’m sure you can do this exercise alone: it’s very easy!

7. This is too difficult! I can’t do it.

8. Can your uncle speak Chinese?

9. Yes, he can.

10. My uncle is trilingual. He can speak French, English and Chinese.

11. I can’t carry this bag: it’s too heavy for me.

12. Sorry, but I can’t hear you: there’s too much noise!