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READER PLAN

BY:
JUAN DIEGO ARBOLEDA ECHEVERRI
JUAN PABLO GRAJALES RAMÍREZ

CLASS: ENGLISH
TEACHER: MÓNICA AGUDELO
DATE: OCTOBER 31, 2011

SCHOOL DIVINO SALVADOR
MEDELLÍN
INTRODUCTION

In this paper we give a report on the topic covered in this fourth period: "regular verbs and irregular verbs in the past”, applied in a song, a biography, among other exercises to develop thiswork.

We hope that the solution of this workshop will please our teacher and let it clear that we meet the goal to have learned these topics.

CONTENIDO

1. SONG WORKED IN CLASS WITH THE VERBS UNDERLINED

Their lived a certain man
In Russia long ago
He was big and strong in his eyes a flaming glow
Most people looked at him
With terror and with fear
But to Moscow chicks he was such alovely dear
He could preach the bible like a preacher
Full of ecstasy and fire
But he also was the kind of teacher
Woman would desire.

Ra-Ra-Rasputin
lover of the Russian queen
there was a cat that really was gone
Ra-Ra-Rasputin
Russia's greatest love-machine
it was a shame how he carried on.

He ruled the Russian land
And never mind the Czar
But the Kasatschok he danced reallywunderbar
All affairs of state
He was the man to please
But he was real great when he hand a girl to squeeze
For the queen he was no wheeler dealer
Though she heard the thing's he'd done
She believed he was a holy healer
Who would heal her son.

Ra-Ra-Rasputin
lover of the Russian queen
...

But when his drinking' and lusting
and his hunger for power
Became know to more and morepeople
the demands to do something about this outrageous man became
Louder and louder

Hey
hey
hey...

This man just got to go
Declared his enemies
But the ladies begged don't you try to do it please
No doubt this Rasputin
Had lots of hidden charmes
Though he was a brute they just fell into his arms
Then one night some men of higher standing
Set a trap they're not do blame
Come to visitus they kept demanding
And he really came.

Ra-Ra-Rasputin

Lover of the Russian queen
they put some poison into his wine.
Ra-Ra-Rasputin
Russia's greatest love-machine

He drank it all and said: "I feel fine."

Ra-Ra-Rasputin
lover of the Russian queen
they didn't quit
they wanted his head
Ra-Ra-Rasputin Russia's greatest love-machine
and so they shot him till he was dead.

Ohthose Russians

2. List of regular and irregular verbs extracted from the song

LAST | PRESENT | MEANING (VERB) |
 Was | Be | Ser o estar (irregular) |
 Said | Say | Decir (irregular) |
 Drank | Drink | Beber (irregular) |
 Came | Come | Venir (irregular) |
 Shot | Shoot | Disparar (irregular) |
 Got | Get | Obtener |
 Became | Become | Convertir |
Lived | Live | Vivir |
 Carried |  Carried |  Llevado |
 Wanted | Want |  Buscado |
 Danced |  Dance |  Bailar |
 Declared |  Declare | Declara |
 Begged | Beg |  Pide |
 Believed |  Believe |  Cree |
 Looked | Look | Ver |

3. Biography of rasputin

RASPUTIN

Grigori Efimovich Rasputin or Novikh Efimowitsch, known as The Mad Monk; Pokróvskoie, Russia, 1872 - St. Petersburg, 1916) Monk,adventurous and courtier Russian. Of peasant origin and without any training, Rasputin soon acquired great popularity by his licentious life and his fame as a miracle worker.

At nineteen he married Proskovia Fyodorovna, which had four children, but after a short time left his family to travel to Greece and Jerusalem. During this pilgrimage Rasputin lived on donations from the farmers in its path,it was considered a mystic and had the power to cure illness and foretell the future.

On arrival at St. Petersburg in 1903, Rasputin was received as a holy man and in 1908 was presented to the Czar's wife, Alexandra Fyodorovna, who had heard about their supposed healing powers. The Empress thought he could cure his son Alexis Nikolayevich, the heir to the Russian throne, who suffered from...
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