Here we are!

Monday, April 15, 2013

 IV grade

am, is are             +                             ing

1. He is walking in the park.(walk)
2. I am winning the game. (win)
3. He is eating a sandwich. (eat)
4. She is dancing in the house. (dance)
5. We are jumping in the classroom. (jump)
6. They are running in the woods. (run)
7. You are swimming  in the pool. (swim)
8. I am washing the car. (wash)
9. My parents are travelling to Ohrid. (travel)
10. Sara is riding her bike. (ride)
11. Sam is washing his hands. (wash)
12. They are listening to the radio. (listen)
13. We are taking photo. (take)
14. Mary is making a birthday cake. (make)
15. Stefan is doing homework. (do)
16. The boys are watching TV. (watch)
 17. Mary and Tina are writing a song. (write)
18. We are sitting in the park. (sit)

Write negative form
isn’t, aren’t , am not        +     ing

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Independance Day 4th July 1776

Over 200 years ago, these words were read at Independence Hall in Philadelphia, USA: "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness." These brave words are part of the Declaration of Independence, affirming the independence of the American colonists from England. Today, in the United States, we pay tribute to these ideals on the 4th of July. We celebrate this national holiday with parades, speeches, bonfires, picnics, concerts, and the display of the American Flag, just as the early American colonists did over 200 years ago! In fact, as far as we know, the only custom we don't observe today is the lighting of candles in house windows, which some colonists did to show support of the new government.

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