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Что бы ты попросил, если бы у тебя была волшебная палочка, которая может исполнить три твоих желания? Пирожное? Мороженое? Много шоколада? А в сказках бывают ещё и волшебные золотые рыбки! Интересно, а знаешь ли ты, что у этих рыбок можно просить, а чего нельзя? Прочитай-ка сказку, а то вдруг однажды ты поймаешь рыбку!
Hardcover, 63 pages
Published 2003 by АСТ (first published 1835)
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Tamar
Jul 18, 2012 added it
Moral-teaching tale. you have to read it in primary classes, cause if you read it after, it won't be interesting at all.
"Как ты смеешь спорить со мною, со мною дворянкой столбовою"
This is the text I remember from it. In the 3rd grade, when I started learning Russian at school, we had a play. I was that old "lady".
CorrieGM
Dec 28, 2016 rated it liked it
My last challenge for the Modern Mrs. Darcy Challenge. Three days to read 16 pages (I have four days, but one for emergencies). Doesn't sound much, but the tale is Russian. I can read it, but slowly. I have to look up a lot of words.
The tale is famous, of course: the husband of a poor, poor couple finds a golden fish and throws it back into the sea: he does not need anything. His wife thinks otherwise and sends him back to the see. We all know what happens next.
If you do not: go to the library a
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Kienie
The fisherman should have either asked for a new wife, or, alternatively he should've asked to be promoted with her. I'm surprised the fish tolerated him as long as it did.
I felt a little bad for Dodon, but I guess we're supposed to think he deserved this end because he used to fight his neighbors in his youth. And also because he didn't keep his promise to the astrologist. I need to think more about it.
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