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Автор: Мелеша Людмила Василвіна вчитель англійської мови “Лисогірського НВК “ЗШ І-ІІ ст. ДНЗ”
Fill in the gaps Did my__________ (1) and raise my barrow By the_________ (2) side In Ukraine, my_________ (3), A fair land and _________ (4). I will lie and watch the _________(5), Listen through the__________ (6), So the___________ (7) voices roaring, ___________ (8) in my ears. __________ (9) me; be done with me, Rise and _____________(10) your chain, Water your new_____________ (11) With blood for rain. Then in the mighty____________ (12) Of all men that are____________ (13), May be, sometimes, very____________ (14), ______________(15) will speak of me?
Did my grave and raise my barrow By the Dnieper-side In Ukraine, my old land, A fair land and wide. I will lie and watch the cornfields, Listen through the years So the river voices roaring, Roaring in my ears. Bury me; be done with me, Rise and break your chain, Water your new liberty With blood for rain. Then in the mighty family of all men that are free, May be, sometimes, very softly You will speak of me? December, 25, 1845, Translated by E. Voinich
Discussion Which words in the poem show that the poet really loved his Motherland? What future did he pray for his countrymen? What kind of country was the poet dreaming of? Did he believe that people could gain their freedom? Answer the question
Make the mixed strips in logical order A brilliant Ukrainian poet and artist Taras Gryhorovych Shevchenko (March 9, 1814 - March 10, 1861) was born in the village of Moryntsi in the family of serfs(кріпаків). He lost his mother at the age of nine. Though his father was a shepherd(пастух), he could read and write and it was possible for him to teach his children. Taras's childhood was very hard. When Taras was eleven, his father died. So, the boy was orphaned (осиротів) and grew up in poverty(бідність) and misery (злидні). The boy had a special talent for drawing. At the age of 14 he became a servant ("a houseboy") in the house of his owner, P. Engelhardt. P. Engelhardt noticed Shevchenko's artistic talent and apprenticed(став учнем) him to the painter V.V. Shyriayev for 4 years. At that time he met the Russian painter K. Bryulov. K. Bryulov painted the portrait of the Russian poet V. Zhukovsky and sold it for 2500 roubles. The money was used to buy Shevchenko's freedom from P. Engelhardt in 1838. Shevchenko was admitted to St. Petersburgh Academy of Arts where he studied under K. Bryulov. T. Shevchenko's literary activity began in 1838. In 1840 he published his first collection of poems "Kobzar". Taras Shevchenko has an important place in the Ukrainian history. He was the founder of the new Ukrainian literature. He established Ukrainian as the national literary language.
What do you know about Taras Shevchenko? 1. When was Taras Shevchenko born? b)1814 2. Was he orphaned in his early teens? a) Yes, he was. 3. What happened to Taras when he was 14 years old? b) He became a houseboy. 4. Who helped Taras Shevchenko became free? b)K. Bryulov 5. What book did he publish in 1840? b)Kobzar a)1804 c)1824 b) No, he was not. a) He lost his mother. c) His father died. a) V. Zhukovsky c)V. Shyriayev a)Gaydamaky c)The Bewitched