Un bel libro di storie russe in inglese che potete scaricare gratis in diversi formato ebook, incluso .pdf. Le storie sono brevi e rivolte a bambini o persone che sono ad un livello non avanzato di inglese. Il libro è anche bello da guardare con molte illustrazioni d’epoca e dal look decisamente sovietico.
Le storie russe sono state raccolte da Konstantin Ushinsk (1824-1871) che era stato un insegnante, scrittore e il pioniero della pedagogia in Russia.
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Esempio di una delle storie russe in inglese
BEST TO WAIT!
But the cockerel did not heed her; he pecked and pecked, and then — well, he could hardly drag himself home! “Oh, oh,” he groaned, “I have such a dreadful tummy-ache. Sister! Oh dear, oh dear!” The little pullet gave him a hot peppermint drink, and put a mustard plaster on the place that hurt, and it passed away. When he was quite well again Cockie went out into the fields; he ran about, he jumped about, even flew about a little until he was quite hot.
So off he went to the river to get a drink of cold water. Again his sister warned him: “Don’t drink now, Cockie, wait till you cool down.” But Cockie did not heed her, he took a good long drink of that very cold water. Very soon he was feverish, he was hot and cold and felt very bad indeed; his sister could hardly get him home. She ran for the doctor who prescribed some very nasty medicine and made Cockie stay in bed for a long while.
It was winter by the time he was really well, and the river was covered with ice. He wanted to go skating right away at once and again his sister warned him. “Wait a bit, Cockie. Let the river get properly frozen. The ice is still thin, you can go through.” Again he did not heed her, and went skating. And what happened? The ice cracked. The ice broke. And that was the end of Cockie.