- Utworzono: czwartek, 12, kwiecień 2018 10:41
A FEW WORLDS ABOUT OUR TEAM
Zero writing skills, also the worst journalist that world has ever seen. But it’s not the whole announcement, I’m just getting started. You may ask – How can it be so dump? Guess right, I’m the only person here that deserves no stars.
I guarantee you nightmares every night, after reading this the first and only time. So dear reader, is it enough?
If not, just just give me one more chance, and I will make you cry.
Krystian Węsierski, 1a
My name is Mateusz Kowalkowski and I’m the freshman in Highschool number 9 in Gdynia. I chose writing in English in my articles, bcs it sounds really great in speaking as well as in writing! My main hobbies are typical for every geek, by this I mean computer games, comic books, movies and some TV-series. I’m also interested in airsoft (a kind of paintball, but more realistic, in which you shoot with plastie BB’s). I’m so excited about our school internet newspaper.
Mateusz Kowalkowski, 1 d
Name – it’s not valid. Surname – by my dad. Age – different every year. Character – unique. Appearance – average.
The one who listened to all songs. The one you will not understand.The one who counted 5 times to infinity.
Who I am? - I’m a crazy person, but I see the world in bright colors. I stuff in the wind. I love everyone, I talk to myself.
I do much more different. I don’t agree with the failure – make room, but I’m coming! :)
Laura Bach, 1a
II. FIRSTLY SOME INFORMATION
WHY WE CHOSE ENGLISH?
- English is the most commonly spoken language in the world, but besides that It’s also the language of the Internet.
- Many websites are written in English so you will be able to understand them
and take a part in forums and discussions with anyone.
- Because of the fact that English is everywhere your dailiness will be easier.
- Knowing this language also increases your chances off getting job in any multinational company or finding work abroad.
- Regarding how easy learning English this days is, and how much it gives, it’s a sin to not seize the opportunity.
Anglo-Saxon countries are countries in which the legal and political system are based on the British parliamentary system, culture and customs, in which are largely rooted in British, the population is largely derived from the British Isles, and the official, national language is English. By contrast, the English term Anglo-sphere is often extended to all countries where English and English cultural values dominate as a remnant of British rule.
According to British Council research, English has the status of an official language or a special status in 75 countries with a total population of over one billion people. English is the native language for approximately 375 million people and is used as a second language by approximately 375 people in the world. Around 750 million use English as a foreign language.
II. SOME THINGS WHICH YOU SURELY
DID NOT KNOW
CURIOSITY. DO YOU WANT KNOW MORE?
It's the ten most commonly misspelled words by English learners.
* Leopard * Recipe * Answer
* Chaos * Debt * Receipt
* Says * Mayor * Women
MEYBE DO U WANT TO KNOW MUCH MORE?
We present the ten most common spelling mistakes on Cambridge exams,
namely FCE, CAE and CPE.
IT CAN COME IN HANDY :)
Do u want to learn some interesting phrases to use every day, but in your bookthere
is nothing interesting? We present a list of ten interesting expressions that are often used during conversations. Probably they are not in typical readings in English language books, but it is worth to get to know them.
TWENTY FOUR SEVEN - 24 godziny na dobę
GET THE BALL ROLLING rozpoczynać, np: dyskusję
SICK AND TIRED - mieć czegoś dosyć
TAKE IT EASY - uspokoić się, nie denerwować się, odprężyć się, zrelaksować się
LONG TIME NO SEE - kopę lat (gdy nie widzieliśmy się z kimś przez długi czas)
BE BROKE - być spłukanym, być bez pieniędzy
BEAT AROUND THE BUSH - owijać w bawełnę, mówić ogródkami
GIVE ME A HAND - pomóc komuś, podać komuś pomocną dłoń
COME ON - pospiesz się, szybciej, no dalej
FAT CHANCE - akurat, nie ma szans (wyraz niedowierzania)
III. TIME TO FUN!
Tongue twisters is a fun and interesting way to practice pronunciation. Read the following sentences at a slow pace, and then faster and faster. It's a good idea to record yourself while you are in action and then listen to the recording in order
to check the correctness of the pronunciation and correct any errors. Good luck!
1. Betty Botter bought a bit of butter. The butter Betty Botter bought was a bit bitter and made her batter bitter. But a bit of better butter makes batter better. So Betty Botter bought a bit of better butter, making Betty
Botter's bitter batter better.
2. How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?
A woodchuck would chuck all the wood that he could if a woodchuck could chuck wood.
3. Sister Sue sells sea shells. She sells sea shells on shore. The shells she sells.
Are sea shells she sees. Sure she sees shells she sells.
5. There was one smart feller and he felt smart There were two smart fellers
and they felt smart There were three smart fellers and they all felt smart.
SMT TO KILL TIME - RIDDLES
Below we present two short but difficult puzzles. Let's try to look for a password! The answers we’ll publicate in next newspaper
1. Never resting, never still. Moving silently from hill to hill. It does not walk,
run or trot, all is cool where it is not. What is it?
2. What can bring back the dead; make us cry, make us laugh, make us young;
born in an instant yet lasts a life time?
FIRST POETRY EVENING
On February 28th in our wonderful High School for the first time we could participate in the poetry evening. We gathered in the school auditorium decorated in the style of a cosy cafeteria. We took seats at small tables where we could help ourselves to some delicious cookies and candies and have a small talk with friends.
Some of our schoolmates and friends of all school grades prepared poetic pieces which they eagerly presented to us. We could listen to poems in English, German and French. We believe there was at least one pieces of poetry for everyone present in the auditorium to enjoy. There was also excellent musical interludes - songs in all three languages performed by our really talented mates. It was a truly enjoyable event. We hope that we’ll also be able to participate in the poetry evening next school year.
So see you there!
Do you want to join the school office?
Do you see any problem that we should write about?
Do you have an idea for an interesting topic?
Were you in a fantastic place, did you see an amazing person, did you take part
in an unconventional event and would like to share your opinion with us?
Is smt you just want to put in a school newsletter?
If your answer to any of the above questions is "YES!" - write to us!
Maybe we are just waiting for you?
* write to an email: email@example.com
* contact with Mrs. K. Nozdrzykowska, E. Delekta or K. Nowicka- Nozdryń
* contact with editorial member of the school newspaper