esmaspäev, 27. veebruar 2017


Shrove Tuesday

Shrove Tuesday

The long build up to Easter is called Lent. The day before Lent begins is called Shrove Tuesday. 'Shrove' means being forgiven for wrong-doings. It happens on a different date each year depending on when Easter is. This year Shrove Tuesday is on 28 February, 2017.
Another name for Shrove Tuesday is Pancake Day.

Many people make pancakes on Shrove Tuesday and in some parts of the UK run in pancake races.

Vastlapäev in Estonia.

Estonian children usually celebrate Vastlapäev by sledging (if there is, of course,  snow outside). People eat Shrove buns with cream on this day.

Pancake Day Race

Omadussõnade kesk- ja ülivõrre

Omadussõnade võrdlusastmed

Omadussõna ülivõrre

Lühikeste omadussõnade ülivõrre moodusta lõpu - est lisamisega.
the biggest     kõige suurem
                                      the longest     kõige pikem
Pikkade omadussõnade ülivõrre moodusta sõna most abil.
the most beautiful     kõige ilusam
the most expensive   kõige hinnalisem
Ülivõrdes oleva omadussõna ees on alati määrav artikkel the.

good-better - the best

bad – worse – the worst

Past Simple or Past Continuous

Past Simple / Past Continuous

Telling the time in English

Watch and learn

kolmapäev, 22. veebruar 2017

Unit 11


Estonia-my homeland

Estonia celebrates its 99th anniversary on 24th February.

9 - year students wrote about our homeland-Estonia.
I`d like to thank Miina Aleksandra Piho. Her writing is the best.

Rebulic of Estonia

Estonia is a small country in Northern Europe. Our neighbours are Latvia, Sweden, Russia and Finland. We are one of the Baltic countries and we are also a member of the European Union. Six years ago we changed our currency to Euros and now it`s a lot easier to travel around Europe because you don`t have to change your money every time you enter a new country. The highest power belongs to the people and the President of Estonia is Mrs. Kersti Kaljulaid. She is the first female president Estonia has had.
The population of Estonia is about 1.3  million people. Most of them are Estonians, but we have a big amount of Russians and other nationalities too. Sadly we are not very tolerant to other nationalities.
We speak a beautiful language - Estonian. Our language is very similar to Finnish and sometimes we can talk to each other without knowing each other`s languages.
I really like the landscape and nature of Estonia. We don`t have high mountains or deep canyons, but we have a lot of magical forests and wonderful bogs. Also, we have a large sea border and a lot of islands - 2,222 to be exact and if you want to go camping near the water, you can choose between lakes, rivers and sea.

 I really like to live in Estonia because it is a small coutry with a beautiful nature and it doesn`t take long if you want to travel from one side of Estonia to the other side.

Also there are some sentences of other students.

..........Estonia is a flat country and it doesn’t have  mountains. 
The biggest hill of Estonia is  Suur Munamägi which is located in Haanja. Suur Munamägi is not far away from Haanja School. The flag of Estonia  is blue, black, white. The cities of Estonia are much smaller than in other countries.  
There are no dangerous animals such as scorpions or big snakes in our country.
I think Estonia is a nice country to live in.

Written by Brendan Glenn Koemets

.............The north part of Estonia is flat, in the middle there is a big lake Võrtsjärv, in the south there are some hills which are called Munamägi and Vällamägi. The biggest lake is Lake Peipsi. It is in the east part. Half of the lake belongs to Russia. In Estonia there are lots of forests. 51% of the whole area is covered with forests. In Estonia Song Festival is held every 4 years. They are very popular. People from all over Estonia come to sing there.
I like living in Estonia because the air is clean. You don`t need to buy any drinking water, and around us there is wonderful nature. We have many lakes, rivers, hills and swamps.
I think that Estonia is also great because there isn`t any nature disasters.

Written by Juhan Eerik Perli

.............The national flower is a cornflower and the national bird is a swallow. There are a lot of forests and rivers. The longest river is the River Emajõgi.
I like living in Estonia because there are no wars.

Written by Karolin Jõgeva

esmaspäev, 20. veebruar 2017


Today`s new words

friendly - sõbralik
helpful - abivalmis
tired - väsinud
hungry - näljane
thirsty - janune
hot - kuum, palav
cold - külm
upset - ärritunud, endast välja
sad - kurb
bored - tüdinud
scared - hirmunud
angry - vihane

Unit 12

Learn the words

Unit 11 Making posters

basketball training by jack koemets
 Jack`s poster invites you to join in basketball training lessons.
Football Training by Lisett Samm
 Lisett`s`s poster invites you to join in football training lessons.

pühapäev, 19. veebruar 2017

Hickory Hockory Dock

Tunni alustuseks kuulasime ja vaatasime inglise lastelaulukest "Hickory Hockory Dock" ja videost tuli otsida tuttavaid Londoni vaatamisväärsusi. 
Nägime eilsest tunnist tuttavaks saanud Big Ben, parlamendihoonet, Tower´it ja London Bridge´i, punaseid kahekorruselisi busse (double deckers) ning kuninganna vahtkonda. 

kolmapäev, 15. veebruar 2017

Unit 7

Õppisime küsima kellaaega: What´s the time? What time is it?

Ning küsimusele ka vastama: It´s seven o´clock.


Vaatasime videot, kus nägime, kuidas töötavad neli tornis olevat ajanäitajat kella ning võimas Big Ben´i kell.

teisipäev, 14. veebruar 2017

esmaspäev, 6. veebruar 2017

The presentation of the USA