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Who killed Cock Robin?

A Bird Wanted To Marry Die Vögel wollten Hochzeit machen
A Cuckoo On A Tree Auf einem Baum ein Kuckuck
A Little Bird Flew To Me Kommt ein Vogel geflogen
A Little Man Is Standing In A Wood Ein Männlein steht im Walde
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Who killed Cock Robin?
I, said the sparrow
With my little bow and arrow,
I killed Cock Robin.

Who saw him die?
I, said the fly,
With my little beady eye,
I saw him die.

Who caught his blood?
I, said the fish,
In my little silver dish,
I caught his blood.

Who will sew his shroud?
I, said the beetle,
With my little threaded needle,
I will sew his shroud.

Who will dig his grave?
I, said the crow,
With my little spade and hoe,
I will dig his grave.

Who will be the parson?
I, said the lark,
If it isn't after dark,
I will be the parson.

Who will carry the torch?
I, said the linnet,
I will fetch it in a minute,
I will carry the torch.

Who will haul him there?
I, said the bull,
Because I can pull,
I will haul him there.

Who will lay him in?
I, said the crane,
And I hope it doesn't rain,
I will lay him in.

Who will pat his grave?
I, said the bat
And I'll make it smooth and flat
I will pat his grave.

Who will sing his song?
I, said the swallow,
Just as loud as I can holler,
I will sing his song.

Who will weep and mourn?
I, said the wren,
My grief will never end,
I will weep and mourn.

Помогите перевести! Natasha Brown 20:07, 20 November 2015 (UTC)
Who killed Cock Robin?
I, said the sparrow
With my little bow and arrow,
I killed Cock Robin.

Who saw him die?
I, said the fly,
With my little beady eye,
I saw him die.

Who caught his blood?
I, said the fish,
In my little silver dish,
I caught his blood.

Who will sew his shroud?
I, said the beetle,
With my little threaded needle,
I will sew his shroud.

Who will dig his grave?
I, said the crow,
With my little spade and hoe,
I will dig his grave.

Who will be the parson?
I, said the lark,
If it isn't after dark,
I will be the parson.

Who will carry the torch?
I, said the linnet,
I will fetch it in a minute,
I will carry the torch.

Who will haul him there?
I, said the bull,
Because I can pull,
I will haul him there.

Who will lay him in?
I, said the crane,
And I hope it doesn't rain,
I will lay him in.

Who will pat his grave?
I, said the bat
And I'll make it smooth and flat
I will pat his grave.

Who will sing his song?
I, said the swallow,
Just as loud as I can holler,
I will sing his song.

Who will weep and mourn?
I, said the wren,
My grief will never end,
I will weep and mourn.

Test Yourself

1. How many kinds of bird are there in the rhyme?

There are ten kinds of bird in the rhyme.
There are eight kinds of bird in the rhyme.
There are to kinds of bird in the poem.

2. What is a beetle?

Is it a bird?
Is it a fish?
Is it an insect?

3. Who saw cock robin die?

The linnet saw cock robin die.
The fish saw cock robin die.
The fly saw cock robin die.

4. Who will haul the robin?

The fish will haul the robin to his grave.
The crow will carry the robin to its grave.
The bull will haul the robin to his grave.

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