Small Reporter November 2011

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Small Reporter

November 2011

School News
Dear Readers!

On 29th and 30th October students from our school visited the cemetery in Szewna. They lit the candles to commemorate the soldiers who fought in world war II

cemetery – cmentarz, candle – świeca, commemorate – upamiętniać, soldier – żołnierz, light (lit) – zapalać, fight (fought) – walczyć, war - wojna
11th November Independence Day

On 11th November, we had a national celebration - Polish Independence Day.

In our school, the children sang patriotic songs and presented rhymes to remind us of one of the most important days in Polish history - 11th November 1918
national – narodowy, elebration –święto, independence – niepodległość, important – ważny rhymes – wiersze, remind – przypominać

The celebration of Independence Day

November 11 was established a state holiday for the first time in 1937.
Feast is celebrated throughout the country but the most important celebrations are held in Warsaw, Józef Piłsudski Square in front of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

established – ustanowiony state holiday – święto państwowe feast – uczta, święto celebrated – obchodzony tomb – grobowiec unknown – nieznany soldier – żołnierz


27th November

This is an American

celebration commemorating

the first severe winter

which the first

American settlers

managed to survive.

celebration – święto, commemorate – upamiętniać, severe winter – surowa zima, settlers – osadnicy, manage – zdołać, survive – przetrwać

30th November

St. Andrew ‘s Gold Cross

Easy English

Liczebniki porządkowe – ordinal numbers


1st - first                               2nd - second                            3rd - third

11th - eleventh                     12th - twelfth                         13th - thirteenth

21st - twenty-first                 22nd – twenty-second          23rd – twenty-third

31st – thirty-first                   32nd – thirty-second               33rd – thirty-third


5th - fifth

35th – thirty-fifth

68th – sixty-eighth

Culture zone

All Saints' Day is celebrated on 1 November in honour of all the saints,

known and unknown. It is a national holiday in many historically Catholic countries.

The next day commemorates the departed faithful who have not yet been purified

and reached heaven. Christians who celebrate All Saints' Day and All Souls' Day do so in the fundamental belief that there is a prayerful spiritual bond between those in purgatory (the 'Church Suffering'), those in heaven (the 'church triumphant'), and the living (the 'church militant').

celebrated – obchodzony in honour of – na cześć saint – święty known – znany unknown – nieznany commemorate – upamiętniać departed faithful – wierni, którzy odeszli yet – jeszcze purified – oczyszczony reach heaven – osiąnąć niebo soul – dusza belief – wierzenie prayerful – modlitewne spiritual bond – duchowa więź purgatory - czyściec

Advent is a term from the Latin word 'adventus' which means "arrival". It is a time of waiting for the arrival of Christmas, the coming of Jesus to earth when he was born as a baby at Bethlehem about two thousand years ago.

When does Advent start?

Advent begins on the Sunday nearest to 30th November (St. Andrew's Day) and lasts until midnight on Christmas Eve. Advent Sunday is the first of the four Sundays before the 25th December.

27 November First Sunday of Advent
term – termin Latin – łacina arrival – przybycie, nadejście waiting for – oczekiwanie na earth – ziemia begin - zaczynać last – trwać nearest – najbliższy eve - wigilia

The teddy bear was invented by a German woman with polio. Her name was Margarete Steiff. She got polio when she was a little girl and had to use a wheelchair. She was blessed, however, with an innovative and creative mind. She worked as a seamstress sewing clothes, but started making pin cushions shaped like animals. Her little animals became quite popular, and she started making more and more toys including the bear.

invented – wynaleziony wheelchair – wózek inwalidzki blessed – błogosławiony creative mind – twórczy umysł seamstress – krawcowa sew – szyć pin cushion – poduszka do szpilek shape – kształt

We present the most popular collections and brands. The trends will continue for the following six months.
Here are the trendiest shoes, coats, jackets, sweaters, bags and also jewellery and accessories. Autumn and winter clothes in this season should be elegant. Ladies should wear hats, fur coats and high-heeled shoes. Those who like more casual clothes will be trendy in cardigans and artificial leather coats.
brand – marka following – następujący the triendiest – najmodniejszy jewellery – biżuteria fur – futro, futrzany high-heeled shoes – buty na wysokich obcasach casual clothes – ubrania na co dzień trendy – modny artificial – sztuczny leather - skóra
Some time ago, we asked girls from our school about their favourite colours. Here are the results of the survey:

Here are some products you should try:

Lip gloss Liselotte Watkins ( Oriflame 12,90)

Eau the toilette Rock Angel by Ewa ( Oriflame 79,90 )

Eau the toilette Ice ( Oriflame 18,90)

Shampoo 2 in 1 for all hair types ( Oriflame 19,90)

Boys’ corner


Snowboarding Ice skating
Time for a quiz





Don’t bite nails on the first lesson. Leave some for lunch.

The crow sitting in the tree says to itself:

One wing black and the other wing black… Oh, gosh,

I look like Batman.

Margaret: John, tell me what kind of girls you like – beautiful or intelligent?

John: Neither, I like you.

The winner of the October quiz was:

Wiktoria Kuzka


Have a lot of fun!


Jankowska Weronika Jankowski Jakub Kubicki Bartosz Siek Oliwia Kosiela Aleksandra Kędzierska Karolina Bąk Paulina Kuzka Wiktoria Mikołajczak Zofia Marzec Wojciech Kasprzyk Weronika Jedlikowska Oliwia

Opiekun redakcji gazetki: Katarzyna Skit

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