Revistă școlară realizată de elevii Școlii Gimnaziale „Tudor Vladimirescu” din Tg.-Mureș, România.
Corola de lumini Revistă şcolară English Homework Made Fun I am a lioness. My life is pretty extraordinary and unique. I live in a zoo with all my lion friends. Sometimes I get bored and I try to chase them just for fun. I am unique because I eat only fruits and vegetables. I usually get up early and I’m really sleepy in the morning. After having breakfast, I go and play with my friends. Sometimes they get really annoyed, but I just can’t leave them alone. Once I get tired I have lunch. I am a vegetarian, so I eat fruit and vegetables at lunch time, too. In case you are wondering, my favorite vegetable is garlic. It smells awesome! When I finish lunch I go to my ostrich neighbors to tire them out, too. In the evening I have some more fruit and vegetables for dinner. At the end of the day, I run once more before bedtime. Once I run out of breath I go to sleep. When I wake up, I start over again. Szegedi Szidónia, VI C I imagine myself as a wolf. I live in a forest, of course. I hunt for smaller animals than me. If I get into a fight with a lion, I’ll probably lose my life. As silently as I can, I sneak up on my prey. I wait a little bit and when it’s not attentive I strike. At night I go up on a high hill with my friends, than we watch the beautiful white moon together. After the meeting I find a place where I stay over the night then I have a long sleep, as Garfield always does. Kőműves Dániel, VI C D.: We are talking to Simona Halep! Thank you for kindly accepting my invitation. Where did you win your first match in the professional league? S.H.: In Bucharest, Romania. D.: What are your best qualities, Simona? S.H.: Being open-minded and always saying what I think. Even if it’s ok or not. D.: And what’s your biggest flaw? S.H.: Impulsiveness. I’m impulsive and I say things that I’m not ok with. D.: How many hours do you sleep before a match? S.H.: Eight hours. D.: What do you need for a game? S.H.: I must have tennis racket and my favorite shoes. D.: What’s your favourite ice-cream flavor? S.H.: Chocolate. D.: Thank you for your time! I wish you a successful year! Kőműves Dániel, VI C 43
Corola de lumini Revistă şcolară It Happened to Me Last Saturday I went for a bike ride with two friends, Alan and Christina. We’re all fifteen and we’re in the same class at school. Alan is a very smart boy, the first in our class, but Christina isn’t as good at learning. She is a kind person but when it comes to school she doesn’t want to hear a thing about it. We decided to ride into the country and have a picnic. At school we’re doing a project on local history and we thought we might take some photographs for the project. Alan’s got the best camera so he took his. Everything went well, well, almost everything. Christina fell of her bike when she was going too fast down a hill. There was a road at the bottom of the hill, but fortunately there were no cars on it and she wasn’t hurt. The whole thing happened like this: We were riding our bikes. Christina’s bike hit a rock. From there… free falling! Alan and I quickly went to see if she was hurt. We arrived at a very pretty village and we had our picnic by the village pond. There was a pretty café called The Bear near the pond and Alan decided to take a photograph of it because there were all kinds of bear furs and the most important was the fur of the Grizzly bear. He took his photograph and then we rode home. That evening, we heard on the news that there had been a robbery at the café called The Bear and the police were asking if anyone had seen the robbers. The fun fact was that the alarm didn’t start so we didn’t know that there was a robbery. All I heard about it was that the robber had a gun and he pointed the gun to the director and said “Where is the money?” The next day, Alan had his photograph developed. “I’ve got a photograph of that cafe and there is a man in the photograph running away from it”. We all went round Alan’s house to look at the photograph. We decided to take it to the police station. The police were pleased because the man’s face was very clear in the photograph and one of the detectives knew him. The robber had black hair, a short beard but the eyes… the pure dark eyes frightened you the most. When he looked at you, you felt a hole in your heart. He was definitely born to be a robber. The robber was arrested that evening. God bless Alan for taking that photo. The police knew exactly who he was. They busted into his house and arrested him. He went to jail for life. The café owner gave each of us £20 and we had our picture in the local newspaper. Also the café owner was very kind with us after the robbery. He said that he wasn’t so kind with anyone until that day. He gave us free food & drinks and we had special seats in the café. Vultur Mihai, VIII B 44