ŠEMPETER PRI GORICI - OŠ IVANA ROBA

ŠEMPETER PRI GORICI - OŠ IVANA ROBA

ŠEMPETER PRI GORICI - OŠ IVANA ROBA

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ŠEMPETER PRI GORICI - OŠ IVANA ROBA

Respect, knowledge, integrity and responsibility open the door to a happy and healthy life.

ŠEMPETER PRI GORICI - OŠ IVANA ROBA

DEAR READERS, Thanks to all of you who helped to create this year’s foreign- language magazine with your ideas, drawings, photos, comics, illustrations and a variety of texts. Our thrill stays the same but as you can see, we have changed the cover a little bit and added a new flag. In this year’s edition you can read articles written in English, Italian and German. We invite our faithful and new readers to discover what our youngest and those older and more skilled lerners have written for you and we hope you may decide to join us in creating the next edition of ‘The Thrill of Languages’, maybe in a new foreign language with a new flag on the cover, who knows?

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Contents Net Neutrality . . 6 BMX, MY FAVOURITE SPORT . . 7 ABOUT ME . . 8 INTERVIEW . . 9 PABLO ESCOBAR - THE WORLD’S GREATEST OUTLAW . . 12 School Rules . . 13 THE FUTURE . . 15 TABLE TENNIS / PING-PONG . . 17 AN EXCITING LIFE . . 20 STARS . . 21 MY ROBOT . . 25 Crossword . . 26 A RECIPE FOR SUMMER MUFFINS WITH STRAWBERRIES . . 30

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Ciao amici . . 31 IL SENTIERO DELLA PACE 2017 – SULLE VIE DELLA GRANDE GUERRA . . 32 LE MIE VACANZE . . 34 ŠEMPETER PRI GORICI . . 34 IL MIO PAESE – PRVAČINA . . 35 LA MIA GIORNATA . . 35 IL MIO MERCOLEDÌ . . 35 LA GITA A UDINE E BORDANO . . 36 LA CITTÀ . . 37 GITA SCOLARESCA A MILANO . . 39 I GIOVANI E LA TECNOLOGIA . . 40 I CRUCIVERBA . . 40 GLI ANIMALI . . 42 IL CIBO . . 43 Das bin ich . . 44 Wir sprechen über unsere Lieblingstiere . . 46

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6 Net Neutralit y What is Net Neutrality? It means Internet freedom, which means that we can browse anything and watch whatever we want on the Internet. Do we need it and why? With Net Neutrality the Internet is equal for everyone. Everyone gets the same internet connection speed for the same price (most of the times). With the support of Internet freedom no sites are blocked. How would the Internet look without it? There would be more internet traffic, users of the internet would have slower connection or no connection at all, the service would be more expensive, many sites would be blocked and it could also lead to some major company problems. Bigger companies would have better connection, meanwhile less known/smaller companies would have worse internet service!

Who is the creator of Net Neutrality? Barack Obama had an idea of creating something like this and later, the White House supported his idea of »Net Neutrality«. Later on, it was created on 26th February 2015. What’s the current situation? It was repealed on 15th December 2017 by Ajit Pai. It was a 3-2 vote, which means that 3 people voted to repeal it. It is not known yet what will happen, because the vote has to go through the congress. If Net Neutrality is repealed it will only affect the U.S.A (for now!). Who is Ajit Pai?

He is the Chairman of the FCC. He is the first Indian man to hold the office. He and the FCC are getting sued by more than 20 state because people think that the »3-2 vote« was fake. One of the theories is that the FCC and Ajit Pai gave money to these 5 people to make the vote. What is my opinion on Net Neutrality? If the Internet doesn’t have Internet Neutrality, there will be a big loss of audience, Net Neutrality could also be repealed in Europe. The loss of it could also lead to bigger problems like civil wars, violent protests in America and other parts of the world. Amadej Lovišček, 9 A

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7 BMX, MY FAVOURITE SPORT I train BMX. BMX means bicycle motocross. The equipment for this sport is BMX bicycle for race, helmet full face, gloves, racing shoes, protective shirt, sprint pants and jersey of my bicycle club. I am a member of the bicycle club Blackthorn from Ajdovščina. I train on the BMX track with a start gate, four lines and three bends. The track is from 350 m to 400 m long. The purpose of the race is to be very fast and maybe the first on the finish line. At the start gate there are eight racers. Before the gate falls down, a man’s voice says: “Riders ready, watch the gate , and then, the gate falls down. On the track you have to pedal very fast, you jump and you do manuals with your bicycle. When you are on the bicycle you can’t sit on the saddle.

I practise three times a week, two times in Rivignano in Italy and once in Ajdovščina. I go to BMX competitions in different European countries. I was the National Champion for 2017 season. Number 274 is me. Tim Rovtar, 6 A

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8 ABOUT ME My name is Aleksandar. My surname is Kovačevič. I was born on 24th July 2006. I’m 11 years old. I live in Vrtojba. Vrtojba is a village near Šempeter pri Gorici. I’m not very tall. I’ve got short, straight, brown hair and brown eyes. I also wear glasses. When I was 3 years old I started going to a kindergarten in Italy. After that, I began to study at Ivan Rob Primary School. I’m a member of class 6 B. I am a good student. In my family there are four members. My dad Mladen, my mum Anja, my sister Hana and me. We also have a dog called Daisy. I’ve got three cousins, four grandparents, two uncles and two aunts. They all live in Nova Gorica.

I’m interested in different sports like football and cycling. I’m a member of FC Gorica. I also like walking outside with my friends. In the end I would like to say that I’m kind, honest and very friendly. I have a lot of good friends in school and also at the football club. I like to help other people, I like my family and my friends very much. Aleksandar Kovačevič, 6 B My name's Aleks. I live in Šempeter pri Gorici. I'm 11 years old. I was born on 12th March 2006. I'm in class 6 B. My favourite subjects are Maths and Physical Education. My father's name is Borut and my mother's name is Anita. I've got a brother and he is 13. My grandparents live in Solkan. We've got a dog called Pegi. Sometimes I take her for a walk.

I'm tall and slim. I've got short straight brown hair and brown eyes. I wear glasses. I'm sporty. I'm friendly, honest and not very talkative. I like playing table tennis. I play it four times a week. At weekends I have competitions. I'm quite good. I've got a lot of medals and cups. This year I'm a member of the table tennis national team in the category Mini cadet boys. Last summer I played at the European Championship in France. In my free time I like playing computer games. Aleks Ušaj, 6 B

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9 INTERVIEW For this year's school paper we have decided to interview Ms Nataša Nanut Brovč, our deputy head teacher. We admire her very much so we wanted to know something more about her.   How long have you been working at our school? I've been working here for 26 years. I sometimes joke I would need an inventory number. First, I worked as a psychologist and now, I have been a deputy head teacher for 14 years.   Why did you choose this career? Did you always dream about it or did you consider other career options as well? As a primary school student I wanted to become a midwife, so I applied for the secondary school of nursing. After finishing secondary school I wanted to continue my education, but I didn't want to become a doctor. I was choosing between pharmacy and psychology, but then I thought I couldn't possibly work in a closed lab, without any contact with people, so I decided for psychology. I’ve never regretted my decision.

  What were the admission requirements for the faculty? I studied at the Faculty of Arts (Filozofska fakulteta) in Ljubljana. We had to pass the entrance exams in maths, biology and solve a test on logical thinking. There were 150 candidates and only 60 passed all the exams. A little more than a half finished the study.   Do you maybe remember your first day at work? I can't really remember it. I started to work as a supply school psychologist. At the beginning I worked with more difficult students. I only remember the colleagues were very nice so I quickly got along with all the people here.

  What does your usual day look like? What does your work involve? My day starts at 7.30. A deputy head teacher’s job is very dynamic all the time, so I am always in action. The main task of my work is to take care that classes and other school activities run smoothly and efficiently, without problems. It sounds easy, but there's a lot of work behind. I have to sort papers and documents, receive phone calls, work on the computer and of course, run from the office to classrooms or students, inform their parents, quickly organise cover lessons when teachers are absent. I often feel as some kind of a mediator between teachers, students, their parents and other workers. I usually end my day at 15.30. When my children were little, I used to finish earlier and then do some work at home, but now I prefer to finish all my tasks in school, even if it's late, so I can go

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10 home without any worry, knowing my job is done. Through all these years I've learned to separate work from my private life, so I can work intensively in school and take a rest at home.   What do you like the most and what do you dislike about your job? Most of all I like the dynamics and openness that my job requires. It matches my character. I love it despite heaps of paper work because it still involves working with people, especially children. Occasionally, they can be difficult to work with, but they always repay your kindness, something that adults don’t always do. I often wish I could spend more time with students, as their teachers do, so I could get to know them on a personal level. I strongly believe in personal approach when it comes to children. I also try hard to remember their names, and not to confuse them with their older brothers’ and sisters’. I think I've developed a special brain area for this purpose. :) Other advantages of my job definitely comprise free weekends and holidays. Some people say we work little, but that's not the truth. We have to do a lot of computer work at home, during the weekends and holidays.

  What personal traits do you think are most important and helpful for being successful at your job? I think you have to be an open-minded person, with lots of communication and organisation skills. Besides, being an optimist helps a lot. I always try to see the good in everything and stay positive and constructive. We have to believe that things will always turn out for the best.   What helps more: theoretical knowledge or experiences? Of course, theoretical knowledge is indispensable on daily basis, and particularly important is knowing social psychology. In practise, however, experiences help me more. I guess it depends on the situation.

  What does success mean to you and how do you achieve it? The definition of success varies from person to person. It depends on your personal perspective and everyone measures it in their own way. The important thing is your feeling of being successful, and not to be a success in other people's eyes. So it should be based on your own expectations. In my job, each day that finishes peacefully means success. A successful day means no complications for everyone: students, parents and staff. It is a huge responsibility. I strongly believe in the importance of personal growth and I feel we’re successful when a solution acceptable for everyone has been found.

11   What are your challenges? I think our challenge is to get closer to children, to help them and collaborate with them - that is also a success.   How do you deal with difficult days? What do you do to regain enthusiasm and motivation? Our school is very big, so naturally there are difficult days when conflicts appear, but I consider conflicts to be an opportunity to look at things from another perspective. Of course there are rainy days, but then again, all of them could be rainy if we didn’t make them sunnier. I think we should be proactive, and not just passively live our lives.   Have you got any hobbies? I'm not really a sports type, but I enjoy sports and need a lot of outdoor activities. I sometimes run or dance with my friends. We have lots of fun. I also like to create, especially to crochet.

  What do you think about the Slovene school system in general? In my opinion, it gives us a very good basis. In theory, it is similar to Finland's. There are differences in practice, though, which I understand. It's hard to accomplish complex plans with such a large number of students in one class. Nevertheless, we should encourage creativity, imagination, critical thinking and curiosity in students way more . We should teach students how to form their own opinion and to set their goals.   What is your opinion about us, students? I have always enjoyed working with you. It is quite often exhausting but rewarding at the same time. I don’t think ideal students exist. I completely understand when a student does something wrong. We all have to make mistakes or play a joke sometimes.   Do you maybe remember any funny situation or event during your period of working here?

As a child I was very timid but I have convinced myself that my shyness won't be an obstacle for me. I was persistent and stubborn. Slowly, I have managed to get rid of fear of public speaking which used to be one of my major problems. I remember a day at the beginning of my career when we had a parent teacher conference. I was very nervous and I started to move my hands up and down my knees as I usually do when I'm stressed. Just a few seconds before it was my turn to address the parents I noticed I was wearing a skirt. :) I have never worn it again at similar events. Ms Nataša Nanut Brovč, thank you for your time. It was a pleasure talking to you. We wish you all the best for the future. Interviewers: Neža Marussi, 9 A Lea Skočaj, 9 A Translated by Neža Marussi, 9 A

12 PABLO ESCOBAR - THE WORLD’S GREATEST OUTLAW Pablo Escobar was born in Colombia in 1949. His criminal carreer started with stealing tombstones from the local cemetery. Then, he would remove the names and sell them for reuse. He was also selling fake lottery tickets and cigarettes, which slowly made him popular on Medellin streets. His key to forming a gang was respect. Everyone respected him and that is why he had so much power. After he formed his gang, Pablo would rarely get his hands dirty again, instead he ordered his gang members to do the dirty work for him.

Pablo established the first smuggling routes into the United States. His cartel supplied 80% of the cocaine smuggled into the United States and made $60 million dollars a day and 21.9 billion per year. Because cocaine was so popular in the United States they shipped 70 to 80 tons of cocaine every month. He sponsored a lot of soccer clubs and charity projects, which is one of the reasons of why he was so popular. But later, people found out about the truth about Pablo Escobar and after the assassination of Luis Carlos Galán, a Colombian liberal politician and journalist, the police moved against Escobar and the drug cartels. Eventually they convinced him to surrender. He agreed that he would go to prison on one condition, and that condition was that he would build his own prison, so he built it. The prison was guarded 24/7 but Pablo could still lead his gang from inside the prison. He had everything in there: his phone, a television, football pitch, giant doll’s house, bar, Jacuzzi and waterfall. Soon after he was imprisoned, he escaped through a secret route which lead to some houses where he was later killed by the Colombian police in 1993. Many there, especially poor people that Escobar used to help, regretted his death, and over 25,000 people attended his funeral.

All in all Pablo Escobar was a powerful man but unfortunately he used that power in negative ways. Blaž Pahor, 9 B

13 School Rules • Come to class on time. •  Greet teachers and other students. •  Be polite, helpful and cooperative with all members of the school community. •  Respect the school’s and other people’s property. • Listen when other people speak. • Don’t shout and run in the corridors.  ... Are school rules necessary? How many school rules do you follow? Are the rules at our school fair? And what kind of punishment works when students do something wrong? Read on to find out what our 9th grade students think about school rules and the importance of education.

If you ask kids at my school what they would do without school most of them will tell you »That would be great, I would relax, play videogames, hang out with friends.« But there also are a few who say »I would be uneducated« and these are the ones who are aware of the importance of education. School is supposed to be a nice place where you hang out with friends and learn new suff. We could say that it’s based on education and social life. Our society is built on these two things, too. If people in the Stone Age hadn’t tried new things and passed them on to their kids we would still be sitting by the fire and hunt mammoths. And that’s where things go wrong. In the past kids learned by trying new things but nowadays it’s just memorizing pages which you actually forget in a few days. That’s why most kids don’t like school, it’s simply not interesting. I can see many teachers trying to give us more but they’re limited by the school system. The school system’s goal is to raise clever people, but they’re doing it by forcing 7-year-olds, who don’t even know their language well, to learn foreign languages and grading them on math problems. They don’t let kids be kids. I’m not saying our school system is bad but it has its bad points. But it’s not just the way of learning that makes children hate school, it’s also the atmosphere at school. Today’s world is full of nervousness and it affects school life, too. The corridors are full of children running, fighting and screaming and this really isn’t an environment that you feel good in.

As I said, education is very important. I think none of us thought about what it would be like to attend a school in another country. We still have one of the top school systems, but you can’t compare Slovenia to Afghanistan, Tanzania or Ethiopia. Almost 60 million children around the world aren’t going to school and there’s us, Slovenian kids, complaining about how much homework we get. Many kids can’t go to school because of their gender, disabilities, poverty, child labour or other reasons. We don’t even know about those people. That’s why we should be thankful for what we have and try to improve that. We should be aware of how privileged we are to be able to go to school. Nastja Orel, 9 B Bad behaviour appears in many different forms (vandalism, bullying, theft . I think the worst type is bullying, which can be verbal or physical. The more common one is verbal bullying, for example calling names, maybe discriminating, mocking or laughing at others. I think in many cases verbal bullying isn’t even noticed by anyone else than

14 of course the victim himself/herself, and so the this person doesn’t get any help or support and just accepts that his/her everyday life is filled with sadness, shame and the feeling of being less important than others. It is often taken as not so serious, but it can cause a lot of harm to the individual that is bullied in this way. I think at our school the rules are pretty fair and they lead students to realizing their mistakes. In my opinion temporary suspension which some schools have as a punishment makes no sense, because it does not make students realize what they did wrong but just offers them a short-term vacation.

The punishment that is efficient is the kind that makes you realize your mistakes and I think that might come with the feeling of shame or just by being uncomfortable while doing it. And okay, this may sound a little harsh, but just as an example: at our school the punishment that was given to a student was to help in the school kitchen during the time when the school canteen is filled with students. So I think the next time you intend to do something wrong you remember how you had to wash dirty pates in front of the whole school and you very quickly let go of the idea of breaking school rules. Lana Vodopivec, 9 B I’m going to write an essay about rules that we have in our school. 1.  You mustn’t be late when you arrive in school. If you are, the teacher writes in her diary that you were absent and you get unexcused absence. I agree with this rule, because late students disturb classes, teachers and other students. 2.  We aren’t allowed to wear shoes in school, because it’s bad for our feet and the cleaning lady must do a lot of work.

3.  Students from 6th to 9th grades must use the side entrance and aren’t allowed to enter the school through the main entrance. They can’t even use the main stairs from the ground floor to the 1st floor or the main stairs from the 2nd to the 3rd floor unless the teacher is present. Those rules probably exist so that we don’t mix with students from lower classes. 4.  We aren’t allowed to leave the school area during class or breaks, because the school is responsible for us at these times.

5.  We aren’t allowed to run in corridors or scream in corridors, because we might get hurt and screaming will make the school an unpleasant place. We also aren’t allowed to eat or talk loudly in the library, because the library is a place for students to relax and study. 6.  We mustn’t destroy the school’s property, or if we do, we get charged for what we’ve damaged or destroyed. 7.  The school rules also state that food should be eaten in a cultured and respectful way, because nowadays a lot of people are starving.

8.  Each class also has three students who are selected every week in alphabetical order and have some tasks to do. They have to clean the whiteboard after every class, put the chairs up if other students fail to do so, clean the class after the students, tell the teacher who is absent in the class, bring students meals etc. If you fail to do the tasks that are given to you in this week, you have to be on duty for another week. 9. In the school area we aren’t allowed to consume alcohol, any drugs or smoke cigarettes or weed. We are also not allowed to skip classes or we get unexcused absence. I generally agree with rules in our school and I get their point, but some are a bit crazy, like we aren’t allowed to stay a longer amount of time in the kindergarten area. Also, some students don’t adhere to the rules and they aren’t properly punished. A lot of students scream and run in the corridors, because they don’t get the punishment that they deserve. If they got their punishment, they would certainly not run and scream in the corridors anymore.

Rene Turk, 9 A

15 MONEY I don’t think money as we know it will exist in the future. Bitcoins for example are growing in popularity, although there is also a chance that they get banned. ENVIRONMENT We are facing many environmental problems: global warming, lack of biotic diversity and pollution,. PLASTIC There is also a huge problem with plastic since it is so popular. •  It takes a lot of time for a plastic bag to decompose. •  Many sea animals die painfully because of too much plastic in their stomach. •  And as the old proverb goes : What you give is what you get, which means that finally we eat these sea animals (and the plastic in them as well) . GLOBAL WARMING In the last 150 years the temperature has risen for 0,6°C and will probably increase for about 1,5°C - 4,5°C in the next 100 years. The cause of global warming is the greenhouse effect which occurs when there are too much greenhouse gases. THE FUTURE

16 EDUCATION We have to learn too much useless information which we forget after the exam, so hopefully schools in future will support creativity and imagination more than just memorizing useless facts. In fact, experts think our schools are based on industrial age values: following instructions and doing exactly what you are told. MEDICINE Medicine will certainly get better because robots are much more precise than we are. Because money is getting more and more important, there are two major problems: •  Poor people don’t get medicine and treatment they would need, because they can’t pay for it. •  There are also some examples of over treatment. This is when people get treatment or medicine they don’t need just so that they would spend as much money on it as possible. TECHNOLOGY Probably one of the biggest achievements in technology we have made is artificial intelligence (AI). Computers are more and more intelligent, in some cases even more than we are.

•  The biggest progress probably was when Deep Blue defeated Garry Kasparov (they played twice and Kasparov won the first time but the second time Deep Blue defeated him). This is not the only game computers are better than us at. They’ve also beaten us at poker , a game called ‘Go’ and some other games as well. In future they will probably replace us in jobs that demand repeating actions and no empathy (in car industry and medicine for example). •  As the AI is getting more and more powerful some people are afraid of it and its consequences: •  Many people think that it will bring too much power to certain people (people who will own it).

•  Many people will lose their jobs. That means that people who are making a living out of low paid jobs won’t be able to get a new job as the robots will do most (if not all) repetitive jobs. •  Some people think they will replace us in almost everything, thus we will become useless. The truth is that AI is getting more intelligent and more powerful than ever. We were always wondering what will follow if our technology becomes better than us in certain things. For example: when Deep Blue won against Garry Kasparov many people were saying now when the computers are better than us in chess no one will want to play it anymore. But they were wrong- people are still playing it, perhaps more than ever.

Lara Kropej, 8 B

17 TABLE TENNIS / PING-PONG It is a sport when two or four players hit a small ball with rackets. the game is placed on a solid table divided by a net. Table tennis is a sport that anyone can play. In fact, the oldest table tennis player was Dorothy de Low, who represented Australia in the world veterans table tennis championship, when she was 97 years old. TYPES OF GAME The most common types of table tennis are: Singles game •  It is very easy to play. The game is played 1 on 1 player. The game starts whit a service. The point is scored when one player fails to make a correct service or return.

•  After making a service or a return, the ball touches anything other than the net . •  The ball passes over the player's court or beyond his end line without touching his court and there are many other ways. Doubles game In addition to games between individual players, pairs may also play table tennis. Singles and doubles are both played in international competitions, including the Olympic Games since 1988. RULE NUMBER ONE You can see a line painted along the axis of the table in the above picture. This line's only purpose is to help to explain the service rule, which is that the service must go from the square number 1 to square number 3.

RULE NUMBER TWO Players must hit the ball in turn. For example, if A is paired with B, X is paired with Y, A is the server and X is the receiver. The order of play shall be A→X→B→Y. The rally proceeds this way until one side fails to make a legal return and the other side scores. GRIPS Table tennis players grip their rackets in various ways, their grips can be classified into two major families of styles, penhold and shakehand. Penhold The penhold grip is named so because one grips the racket similarly to the way we write whit a pen. The most popular penhold style is the Chinese penhold style, involves curling the middle, ring, and fourth finger on the back of the blade. Japanese/Korean penholders often use a square-headed racket.

3 Service zone in doubles game 1

18 Shakehand The shakehand grip is easier to learn than penhold, allowing a broader range of playing styles, both offensive and defensive. BALL The international rules specify that the game is played with a ball having a mass of 2.7 grams and a diameter of 40 millimetres They are made of a polymer and they are white or orange. The choice of ball color is made according to the table color and its surroundings. TABLE The table is 2.74 m long, 1.525 m wide, and 76 cm high. The table or playing surface is uniformly dark coloured and matte, divided into two halves by a net at 15.25 cm in height. The ITTF approves only wooden tables or their derivates. Concrete tables with a steel net are sometimes available in outside public spaces.

RACKET Players are equipped with a laminated wooden racket covered with rubber on one or two sides depending on the grip of the player. The ITTF uses the term "racket", and the termn "bat" is common in Britain, and "paddle" in the U.S. and Canada. The size of the blade is about 17 centimetres long and 15 centimetres wide. Various types of surfaces provide various levels of spin or speed,. By flipping the racket in play, different types of returns are possible. To help a player distinguish between the rubber used by his opposing player, one side must be red and the other side must be black. The player has the option to inspect his opponent's racket before a match to see the type of rubber used and what colour it is.

19 EQUIPMENT COMPETITION AND NOTABLE PLAYERS The most known organization of table tennis is ITTF (International Table Tennis Foudation). Many now notable players first played in the ITTF championships . One of them is Ma Long, while among females Ding ning is the most notable player. In Slovenian table tennis the most known player is Bojan Tokić. Major source: https://en.wikipedia.org Eva Cerkvenič, 8 C T-SHIRT RACKET SKIRT SHOES SHORTS BALLS TRACKSUIT

20 AN EXCITING LIFE Once upon a time, long, long ago, there lived a girl with a big wish. Her wish was to live in Paris when she grows up. She was just a child turning into a teenager. Her life was changing but her wish never did. And so one day, on her 18th birthday, she made a decision. She packed up her suitcases, took all her money and took a plane to Paris. There she bought a big villa with a swimming pool. She slept for a day because she was very tired from the way there. The next day she went to the Champ de Mars and on the Eiffel Tower. The view of the city was breathtaking. After that she rented a bike. She was cycling all over Paris when suddenly she fell. For a few moments she was lying unconscious. Someone called an ambulance. It turned out that her enemy hit her with a ball on purpose. She was taken to the nearest hospital. Soon she was all right but she was furious at her enemy and she killed him. Then she bought herself a dog and named him Marshmello. When she went to a prestigious restaurant, she met a boy that she really liked. They ate a pizza together and they were in love. Soon they got married. One day they decided to become singers and soon they were known all over the world. They were famous and their glory never ended. Years past and her husband died. She was very sad and she drowned herself in the big sea but she didn't die. She became a mermaid, she swam in all the seas all over the world and lived happily ever after. Text: Sara Bavčar, 7 C Illustration: Lea Goljevšček, 7 C

21 STARS Selena Gomez In this photo Selena has got wavy brown hair, which is parted on the side. She’s got beautiful brown eyes. Her nose is quite big and she has nicely shaped lips. She is of medium height and slim. Selena is very kind, energetic and friendly. Lana Miklavčič, 6 C Ariana Grande Ariana Grande was born on 26th June 1993. She is 24 years old. She is a singer and an actress. ‘Bang Bang’, ‘Break Free’ and ‘One Last Time’ are some of her famous songs. She is a very good singer. In 2016 she made a new album with the title Dangerous Woman, which includes ‘Moonlight’, ‘Side to Side’ and ‘Focus’. In 2017 she went on Dangerous Woman Tour in many different countries. Her concert in Manchester was on 22nd May.

There was an explosion, which caused the death of 22 people and 500 injuries. On 4th June the same year Ariana organised a benefit concert ‘One Love Manchester’ to remember these people. Various famous artists sang at this concert. Veronika Santaniello, 7 C

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23 Kian Korečič Cernatič, 6 C

24 Valentina Mišigoj, 5 r. Vrtojba

25 MY ROBOT This is Toby. He is a very tall robot. He has got two red eyes and a blue mouth. His body is yellow. His arms and legs are grey but his hands are purple. He has got rainbow lines on his belly. Miha Vidic, 5 A

26 Marina Dubravica, Noemi Anaia Mužina, Alexandra Savić, 5 A

27 1. U 2. L 3. G 4. Q 5. C 6. N 7. O 8. E 9. H 10. Y Vita Jenišek in Petra Pia Fornazarič, 3 r. Vrtojba

28 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Matevž Baša, Matic Černe Bralić, Tomaž Šibav, 3 B Maj Abram, 3 r. Vogrsko 1. Oranžna 2. Ponedeljek 3. Jabolko 4. Avto 5. Šola 6. Pes 7. Maj 8. Knjiga 9. Balon 10. Šolska torba

29 Taja Pejić in Ema Boštjančič, 3 B

30 A RECIPE FOR SUMMER MUFFINS WITH STRAWBERRIES INGREDIENTS •  140 g of softened butter •  140 g of brown sugar •  lemon peel of a half of lemon •  80 g of instant cornmeal •  3 scrambled eggs •  140 g of smooth flour •  a teaspoon of baking powder •  a spoon of milk •  140 g of strawberries For the dressing you need: •  140 g of icing sugar •  lemon's juice •  3 chopped strawberries •  strawberries for decoration INSTRUCTIONS Put muffin liners into a baking tray with 12 holes for muffins. Heat the oven to 180°C.

Mix the butter, sugar and lemon peel in a bowl. Add cornmeal and keep mixing. Slowly add the eggs. Mix the flour with the baking powder and add it to the mixture. If there are lumps in the mixture, add milk and mix thoroughly until the mixture is smooth. Finally, add the chopped strawberries. Pour the mixture into the muffin liners and bake for 20 minutes. The muffins must get a golden brown colour and the tops have to bounce back from the touch. Cool the muffins and remove the muffin liners. Put the icing sugar into a bowl. Put the chopped strawberries and a teaspoon of lemon juice into another bowl. Mash the strawberries with a fork. After that mash the mashed strawberries on icing sugar with a strainer. Drizzle with lemon sugar and mix until you get a dense liquid glaze.

Dip the muffins into the sugar glaze and decorate with strawberries. NOW THE MUFFINS ARE READY TO EAT! Anisa Filipič, 8 B

31 CIAO AMICI Vi presento il mio cane che si chiama All. È molto intelligente. Ha il pelo nero, gli occhi grandi e la coda corta. Vive in casa e gioca con me. Mangia cibo per cani e beve acqua. È il mio migliore amico. Anej Murovec in Filip Marcovich, 5. Vog – NIP italijanščina Ciao amici Io mi chiamo Julija. Con gli scolari della 4a e 5a classe che studiano l’italiano, sono andata a visitare la Casa delle farfalle a Bordano in Italia. Abbiamo visto più di 400 specie di farfalle da tutto il modno. Lo stabilimento ha tre grandi serre dove vivono le farfalle con piante ed animali esotici. La Casa delle farfale mi è piacuta molto. Ci siamo divertiti e abbiamo mangiato anche il gelato.

Julija Krapež in Žan Zorzut Furlan, 4. Vog – NIP italijanščina Casa delle farfalle

32 IL SENTIERO DELLA PACE 2017 – SULLE VIE DELLA GRANDE GUERRA All’inizio dell’anno scolastico gli scolari che frequentano il corso di italiano hanno partecipato al progetto ungherese, rumeno, italiano e sloveno dedicato alla memoria delle vittime della prima guerra mondiale. La mia esperienza in questi tre giorni è stata unica. Nelle poche ore che abbiamo avuto, abbiamo avuto la possibilità di capire perché tutto quel sangue è scorso per niente e di vedere tutte le cose orribili che sono accadute esattamente cento anni fa, proprio sulla terra su cui abbiamo camminato. Da tutto questo abbiamo capito tutti che la guerra non è la soluzione giusta e anche che la guerra non risolve i problemi. Su questa terra sono caduti molti sloveni, italiani e ungheresi.

Il primo giorno ci siamo riuniti tutti nella scuola di Romans dove ci hanno sorpreso gli italiani con la loro performance meravigliosa. Alla fine dell'esibizione gli studenti ungheresi hanno dato ad ognuno di noi una bandana blu, simbolo della pace che abbiamo indossato con orgoglio. Dopo abbiamo visitato tre posti su cui si è svolta la prima guerra mondiale. Abbiamo visto il monte San Michele, San Martin del Carso e Fogliano Redipuglia. Quando abbiamo visitato tutti questi posti, abbiamo appeso una ghirlanda su ogni monumento e abbiamo ascoltato gli ungheresi cantare una canzone che parlava di un soldato che in questa guerra sanguinosa aveva perso tutto, la casa, la famiglia ed in fine anche la vita.

Il giorno seguente è stato il più esaltante. Tutto è cominciato quando siamo arrivati a Palmanova dove abbiamo pulito il cimitero. Quando abbiamo finito di pulire tutte le tombe, abbiamo finalmente mangiato la merenda. Però non tutti sono andati a mangiare. Una studentessa ungherese guardando i nomi sulle tombe ha scoperto la tomba di un parente. Dopo aver appeso anche in questo cimitero una ghirlanda, abbiamo visitato la basilica di Aquileia dove ci ha sorpreso la capacità dei nostri antenati di costruire edifici. Ed in

33 fine aspettavamo con ansia l'attività seguente. Siamo andati a Grado sulla spiaggia. Per gli ungheresi è stata un'esperienza unica perché molti di loro hanno visto il mare per la prima volta. Il mare era bellissimo. La spiaggia era piena di sabbia che si infilava da per tutto. Abbiamo giocato anche a beach-volley dove abbiamo battuto gli scolari italiani. Il tempo è volato e la giornata è giunta alla fine. Dopo questa bella esperienza siamo andati tutti a casa a dormire e a fare il pieno di energie per il giorno seguente. Il tempo è volato. Tutto è finito molto in fretta. La giornata è iniziata con una piccola riunione davanti alla nostra scuola. Ci siamo messi d'accordo di aspettare i nostri ospiti e di accompagnarli nella palestra dove si sono svolte tre esibizioni di ballo degli scolari ungheresi e rumeni che sono state molto creative. Alla fine del programma culturale fatto dai nostri scolari della prima classe tutti gli organizzatori del progetto hanno ricevuto un piccolo pensiero. Abbiamo continuato la giornata nella mensa della scuola con la colazione tradizionale slovena. Poi siamo andati a Solkan a visitare il cimitero militare ed in fine siamo saliti sul monte Škabrijel però non è stato difficile perché abbiamo fatto quasi tutta la strada in pullman. Su Škabrijel abbiamo assistito alla commemorazione alla memoria dei caduti.

Alla fine è arrivato il momento di salutarci con gli scolari italiani, ungheresi e rumeni. Siamo ritornati a casa con bellissimi ricordi dei tre giorni passati insieme. Peccato che siano finiti così in fretta. Alan Thomas Ipavec, 9. a – Italijanščina 3 IL SENTIERO DELLA PACE 2017 – SULLE VIE DELLA GRANDE GUERRA Dal 13 al 15 settembre noi studenti di lingua italiana abbiamo fatto un incontro con gli studenti italiani, ungheresi e rumeni per ricordare la Grande guerra nei nostri paesi. Il primo giorno abbiamo visitato i monumenti e i cimiteri dei soldati caduti nella prima guerra mondiale. Il giorno dopo siamo andati a Palmanova dove abbiamo pulito le lapidi dei soldati. Siamo andati anche ad Aquileia dove abbiamo visitato la basilica e imparato tante cose sul patriarcato di Aquileia.

Per premio siamo andati a Grado sulla spiaggia, dove abbiamo giocato a pallavolo e mangiato il gelato. L’ultimo giorno abbiamo visitato anche la nostra scuola di Šempeter. Poi siamo andati su Škabrijel. Insieme abbiamo trascorso tre bellissime giornate e noi studenti speriamo di rivederci ancora. Neža Marussi, 9 A – Italijanščina 3

34 LE MIE VACANZE In estate vado con la mia famiglia al mare. Molte volte andiamo a Korčula in Croazia. Lì nuoto e faccio i tuffi tutto il giorno. Quando sono al mare, mi sveglio presto e vado con la mia mamma a passeggiare e dopo andiamo tutti insieme a mangiare la colazione in hotel. In primavera invece resto a casa. Leggo, guardo la TV e ascolto la musica. Qualche volta devo andare agli allenamenti di ping pong perché in primavera iniziano le gare regionali e internazionali tra l'Italia e la Slovenia.

In inverno andiamo a volte alle terme o in montagna per respirare un po’ di aria fresca e per fare tante passeggiate. In autunno sono tutto il tempo a casa e leggo qualche libro. A volte vado a visitare la mia cugina a Branik. In questa stagione festeggio anche il mio compleanno. Eva Cerkvenič, 8 C – Italijanščina 2 ŠEMPETER PRI GORICI Šempeter è una bella città. Ha tanti stabilimenti. In centro possiamo trovare una libreria, due ristoranti, una chiesa, … ma è più facile dire quali stabilimenti non ci sono in centro: i vigili del fuoco, la scuola e la stazione ferroviaria. L’ospedale è dietro al municipio. La scuola è lontana da tutto e se vuoi andare a mangiare qualcosa, puoi andare vicino al distributore di benzina o vicino all’hotel Lipa dove ci sono anche una panetteria e un negozio di vestiti. In centro ci sono anche un bar e una chiesa.

A Šempeter non puoi trovare un cinema o un museo. Ma puoi andare in autobus a Vrtojba a vedere il museo più piccolo d’Europa. A Šempeter sono nate tante persone tra cui anche Borut Pahor, il presidente della Slovenia che ha frequentato la nostra scuola. A Šempeter mi piace di più il campo sportivo e anche la piazza perché d’estate posso andare con le mie amiche a mangiare un gelato. È una bella città, ma a me piace più Vrtojba.

Eva Cerkvenič, 8 C – Italijanščina 2 ŠEMPETER PRI GORICI Šempeter è una città. La chiesa si trova in centro. È di fronte all'hotel Lipa. Il bar Tarantela è vicino alla chiesa. Vicino al bar Tarantela c'è il distributore di benzina Petrol. La banca Abanka è a destra della libreria. Il teatro è a sinistra della banca. La panetteria Brumat è vicino al supermercato Eurospin. Di fronte alla panetteria c'è anche la fermata dell'autobus. Il supermercato Mercator è vicino al ristorante Julko. Vicino alla libreria c'è il negozio di abbigliamento. La libreria Mladinska knjiga è accanto alla farmacia. L'ospedale è vicino al municipio. I vigili del fuoco si trovano vicino al supermercato Eurospin.

Lontano dal centro ci sono: la scuola Ivan Rob, la stazione ferroviaria e la fabbrica Mahle. Nella città non ci sono il cinema e la stazione di polizia. Anisa Filipič, 8 C – Italijanščina 2

35 IL MIO PAESE – PRVAČINA Il mio paese è Prvačina. È un paese bello e piccolo. Ha la scuola, un ristorante, un teatro, una chiesa e anche un supermercato. La scuola è piccolissima. Ci sono solo alunni piccoli. Il ristorante si trova nella piazza. Il nome del teatro è »Sokolski dom«. La chiesa è sul colle. Il nome del supermercato è »Mercator«. Vicino al nostro paese c'è il bosco per camminare. La scuola è lontano dal centro. Il ristorante è a sinistra del supermercato Mercator. La mia casa è lontano dal centro e anche la chiesa. Il teatro è a destra del bar. La fermata dell'autobus è accanto alla strada. Il bar è a sinistra del teatro.

Nel nostro paese non ci sono la libreria, l'hotel, la panetteria, la banca, il cinema, la stazione di polizia, il distributore di benzina, il negozio di abbigliamento, il museo, l'ospedale, i vigili del fuoco e neanche una fabbrica. Mi piace il mio paese, mi pace vivere a Prvačina. Maja Birsa, 8 C – Italijanščina 2 LA MIA GIORNATA Mi chiamo Veronika Santaniello. Io vi descriverò la mia giornata preferita che è il mercoledì perché è la meno impegnativa. La mia sveglia suona alle 6:00. La mattina però mi sveglio alle 6:10 perché non sento la sveglia. Dopo mi alzo e vado in soggiorno a mangiare la colazione. Per colazione mangio i biscotti e bevo il latte. Quando finisco la colazione mi lavo i denti, mi vesto e mi pettino. Alle 7:20 esco di casa e vado a scuola. Quando sono a scuola chiacchiero con le mie amiche. Alle 8:00 inizia la scuola. La prima ora abbiamo scienze, la seconda ora abbiamo l'educazione fisica. Dalle 9:35 fino alle 10:00 abbiamo la merenda e la ricreazione. Poi abbiamo la matematica e il disegno. Dopo la scuola vado a casa e faccio i compiti. Alle 13:00 finisco i compiti e poi studio. Dopo le 15:00 sono sul telefonino e ascolto la musica. Alle 19:00 mangio la cena e poi guardo la TV. Alle 23:00 vado a dormire.

Veronica Santaniello, 7 C – Italijanščina 1 IL MIO MERCOLEDÌ Mi chiamo Sara. Io vi descriverò il mio mercoledì. Io mi sveglio alle 6:45, mi alzo alle 7:00 e dopo mangio la colazione. Prima di andare a scuola mi vesto, mi lavo i denti e mi pettino. Io arrivo a scuola alle 7:45. Io torno a casa alle 14:00. Dopo mangio la nutella e il pane e guardo la TV. Io inizio a scrivere i compiti alle 15:00. Quando finisco i compiti, suono la chitarra e studio. Dopo gioco sul telefonino. Alle 17.50 mangio la cena. Alle 18.30 inizio le lezioni di danza alla stazione dei vigili del fuoco. Alle 20:00 torno a casa. Dopo guardo la TV, la serie “Sarai mia”. Alle 22:00 vado a dormire. Dopo io dormo. Sara Bavčar, 7 C – Italijanščina 1

36 LA GITA A UDINE E BORDANO Mercoledì, 11 aprile 2018, siamo andati a Udine e Bordano. Siamo saliti sul pullman e io mi sono seduto in ultima fila vicino alla finestra. Con me si sono seduti: Jure, Matija, Vid e Jakob. Matija aveva con sé il telefonino e noi guardavamo come giocava sul telefonino. Mi annoiavo perché non c’era niente da fare. Un’ora dopo ci siamo fermati e abbiamo preso i nostri zaini. Siamo andati al centro commerciale Città Fiera di Udine. Ci siamo seduti sulle panchine davanti al centro e abbiamo mangiato la merenda. Abbiamo magiato, bevuto e giocato. Poi siamo entrati e siamo andati fino al Naturama science center. Per prima cosa abbiamo incontrato la nostra guida Elisa. Abbiamo guardato un video di animali che si sanno nascondere molto bene in natura. Dopo siamo andati a vedere ed ammirare degli animali vivi come il geco, il camaleonte, i serpenti,… Abbiamo visto anche delle foto di animali strani. All'uscita c'era un negozietto dove abbiamo potuto comprare dei souvenir. Dopo siamo andati a prendere un gelato. Io ho preso il gelato al gusto kinder cereali. Era buonissimo.

Dopo il gelato siamo usciti e siamo saliti sull'autobus. Eravamo diretti a Bordano alla Casa delle farfalle. È un posto magnifico. Subito è arrivata la nostra guida Virginia che ci ha mostrato per prima cosa le farfalle velenose, non velenose, diurne e notturne. Ci ha raccontato delle curiosità sulle farfalle. Dopo siamo entrati nelle serre a vedere le farfalle vive. C'erano tre serre che imitano il clima e la vegetazione della foresta tropicale in Africa, l'Asia sud-orientale e l'Amazonia nel Sud America. Non c'erano solo farfalle ma anche altri animali tra cui un papagallo che si chiama Birba, un millepiedi gigante, un camaleonte, degli scoiattoli, delle tartarughe, un drago barbuto, diversi tipi di insetti stecco e un serpente.

È stata una gita bellissima. Tristan Didič Milesi, 4 B – NIP italijanščina

37 LA CITTÀ Eva Cerkvenič, 8. c – Italijanščina 2 Lien Černe, 8 C – Italijanščina 2

38 Lien Černe, 8. c – Italijanščina 2 GITA SCOLARESCA A MILANO Siamo partiti alle 5:00 del mattino. Il tragitto era molto lungo, ma per fortuna c’erano i miei amici a farmi compagnia. Quando siamo arrivati a Milano, abbiamo camminato verso la pizza fino alla chiesa – il Duomo. La chiesa era gigantesca. C’era una lunga fila perciò siamo andati prima a vedere il Museo del Duomo. Dopo la visita del museo avevamo del tempo libero. Io e i miei amici siamo andati a prendere un gelato. Abbiamo proseguito con la visita del Teatro alla Scala. Quando siamo entrati si stavano giusto preparando a uno spettacolo. Abbiamo proseguito con la visita del Duomo. Siamo saliti sul tetto e poi abbiamo visitato anche l’interno della chiesa. La grandezza era davvero impressionante. C’erano anche i resti dei papa morti all’interno della chiesa. Nei sotterranei della chiesa c’erano i resti di antiche mura.

Alla fine abbiamo concluso con la passeggiata fino al castello delle famiglie Visconti e Sforza. Dopo siamo tornati a casa. A Milano abbiamo visto tanti negozi di abiti di marca. Spero di ritornarci presto. Leonardo Alexander Didič Milesi, 6 A – NIP italijanščina

39 GITA SCOLARESCA A MILANO Cosa abbiamo aspettato tutto l’anno così difficilmente? La fine dell’anno scolastico? Sì, ma anche la nostra gita a Milano! La nostra avventura è iniziata già molto presto. Venerdì, 23 marzo, alle cinque del mattino, siamo saliti sul pullman e siamo partiti. Il viaggio a Milano è stato molto lungo, infatti è durato cinque ore, ma a me è sembrato molto corto perché ho dormito quasi tutto il viaggio. Durante il viaggio ci siamo fermati sull’autostrada, ma non per qualche incidente, ma per andare in bagno e mangiare il nostro pranzo. Io e anche i miei amici abbiamo mangiato enormi panini, solo Alex mangiava le sue caramelle. Dopo con gli stomachi pieni a metà siamo saliti di nuovo sul pullman e siamo ripartiti.

Dopo un’ora siamo arrivati a Milano. Siamo scesi dal pullman e abbiamo cominciato la nostra divertentissima giornata. Per Alex c’era la possibilità di trovare una nuova fonte di cibo. Abbiamo visitato il Museo del Duomo, l’interno della cattedrale e siamo saliti anche sulle terrazze del Duomo. Una vista stupenda su tutta la città. Abbiamo avuto anche la possibilità di visitare il Teatro alla Scala e abbiamo attraversato la Galleria di Vittorio Emanuele piena di negozi di grandi marche.

Alla fine di questo unico giorno abbiamo visitato il castello delle famiglie Visconti e Sforza e poi siamo saliti di nuovo sul pullman che ci ha portati a casa. Il ritorno era probabilmente sembrato molto corto a tutti. Chissà perché? La giornata è stata pesante, ma non nel senso che non era una delle più belle cose che ho vissuto nella mia vita, ma che ne è valsa la pena anche se era molto faticoso. Questo era proprio un sogno bellissimo che non avrei voluto che finisse. Ma per me nessuna avventura bellissima non dura tanto. Le cose belle finiscono troppo in fretta – tranne la scuola! E credo anche che tutti la pensino come me.

Questa è stata una gita bellissima, un’esperienza indimenticabile e per questo dobbiamo dire tutti grazie al nostro autista che ci ha fatto arrivare sani e salvi a casa, al nostro dirigente scolastico, Primož Hvala Kamenšček e anche a tutti gli altri che ci hanno accompagnato. Ma alla fine anche un grazie di cuore alla nostra professoressa Kristina Stopar Jenišek (la persona più importante) per essere venuta a Milano con noi. Alan Thomas Ipavec, 9 A – Italijanščina 3

40 I GIOVANI E LA TECNOLOGIA Sicuramente la gran parte di tutti gli adolescenti è annoiata dalle domande che vengono da mamma e papà come “Dai, lascia il telefono!” oppure “Perché non leggi?” o “Quando io ero piccolo…” Ma sembra veramente che il contemporaneo giovane non conosca niente tranne il mondo virtuale. Ha sempre il telefonino in mano, la prima cosa di cui ha bisogno è il wi-fi, non riesce a passare un giorno senza il computer… Certo che è più semplice e conveniente parlare con un tuo contemporaneo dall’altra parte del mondo dal tuo comodo divano, oppure fare la spesa su internet, guardare i film dal tuo computer quando vuoi… Questi sono tutti i vantaggi della tecnologia moderna, ma allo stesso tempo causano anche molti danni alle nostre vite. Non solo le radiazioni, ma questa tecnologia causa danni agli occhi, al cervello, al sistema nervoso, rovina la nostra capacità di essere pazienti, di avere compassione e l’abilità di comunicazione. Se la più grande intenzione dello sviluppo della tecnologia moderna è di semplificare le nostre vite e di farci risparmiare tempo, possiamo sfruttare questo tempo che ci resta per fare cose per le quali di solito diciamo che non abbiamo tempo. Neža Marussi, 9 A – Italijanščina 3 I CRUCIVERBA 1.

 2.  3.  4.  5.  6.  7.  8.  9.  10.  Luka Bavcon, 6 A – NIP italijanščina

41 1.  1 8.  8 4.  4 3.  3 2.  2 7.  7 5.  5 6.  6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Kaja Korsič, 7 A, Nike Korenjak, 7 A, Kaja Škrinjar, 8 C – Italijanščina 1

42 GLI ANIMALI 3.  2.  1.  4.  11.  12.  13.  14.  10.  7.  9.  6.  8.  15.  Luka Arčon, Maja Gorkič, Tia Pahor in Anika Zavadlav, 5. Vrt – NIP italijanščina

43 IL CIBO 1.  2.  3.  4.  5.  6.  7.  8.  9.  10.  11.  12.  Eva Bajuk, Aneja Gubaš, Valentina Mišigoj, 5. Vrt – NIP italijanščina

44 Das bin ich Ich bin Ema. Mein Familienname ist Ptičak. Ich bin 12 Jahre alt. Ich wohne in Slowenienn, in Šempeter. Ich gehe in die Klasse 7. b. Ich habe 30 Stunden pro Woche. Meine Mutter heißt Helena. Sie ist 47 Jahre alt. Sie ist Revisorin von Beruf. Mein Vater heißt Peter. Eri ist 46 Jahre alt. Er ist Maschinenbauingenieur von Beruf. Meine jüngere Schwester heißt Pia. Sie ist 9 Jahre alt. Sie geht in di Klasse 4 a. Ich habe auch einen Kater. Er heißt Heppi. Er ist zwei Jahre alt. Wir haben auch ein Aquarium. Dort sind etwa 50 tropische Fische und drei Kleine Frösche.

Ich kann gut rechnen, singen, schwimmen und Klavier spielen. Im Sommer fahren wir ans Meer. Wir fahren Ski in Kranjska Gora im Winter. Ich mag lesen aber ich mag nicht Gemüse. Meine Lieblingsfächer sind Mathe und Deutsch. Ich mag nicht Sport und Ethik. Ich mag Tiere, vor allem Katzen und Erdmännchen. Ich stehe um 7 Uhr auf. Dann frühstücke ich. Dann gehe ich in die Schule. Ich habe Unterricht von 8 Uhr bis 13 Uhr. Nach der Schule gehe ich nach Hause. Dort mache ich die Hausaufgaben und ich esse Abendessen. Danach übe ich Klavier. Am Abend sehen ich und meine Familie fern. Ich gehe ins Bett um 22 Uhr.

Ema Ptičak, Gruppe Deutsch 1 Ich heiße Leja Vodopivec Cvijanović. Ich bin 12. Ich komme aus Slowenien und ich wohne in Zalošče. Meine Mutter heißt Aljoša. Sie ist 48 Jahre alt. Mein Vater Daniel is 42 Jahre alt. Ich habe einen Bruder. Er heißt Kristjan. er ist 18. Ich spiele Handball und ich singe. Ich habe Handballtraining am Montag um 18.30, am Mittwoch um 18.15 und am Donnerstag um 18.30. Ich habe meine Singstunde am Dienstag um 17.30.Ich laufe gern Rollschuh, ich mag auch kochen, tanzen und mit meinen Hunden spielen. Ich habe zwei Hunde, Ayka und As.

Ich gehe in die Grundschule Ivan Rob, in die Klasse 7. b. Wir sind 13 Jungen und 10 Mädchen. Ich habe 31 Stunden Unterricht pro Woche. Ich lerne drei Sprachen: slowenisch, Englisch und Deutsch. Ich habe keine Lehrer und zehn Lehrerinnen. Mein Lieblingsfach ist Musik. Ich besuche die Theater-AG und singe beim Chor. Die Erdmännchen

45 Ich stehe um 6.55 auf. Dann frühstücke ich. Danach gehe ich in die Schule. Nach der Schule esse ich zu Mittag und gehe nach Hause. Dann gehe ich spazieren mit meinen Hunden. danach mache ich Hausaufgaben. Dann sehe ich „Ich bin Luna“. Dann gehe ich zum Training. Dann dusche ich. Ich esse zu Abend und gehe schlafen. Leja Vodopivec Cvijanović, Gruppe Deutsch 1 Mein Name ist Blaž und mein Familienname ist Brecelj. Ich bin dreizehn Jahre alt. Ich wohne in Slowenien in Bazara. Ich habe eine Mutter und ein Vater. Ich habe keine Bruder oder Schwester. Meine Mutter heißt Mirjam. Sie ist Reiseführerin. Sie ist vierundfünfzig Jahre alt. Mein Vater heißt Igor. Er ist Informatiklehrer. Er ist sechsundfünfzig Jahre alt. Ich habe viele Verwandte. Ich habe ein Meerschweinchen einen Kater. Das Meerschweinchen heißt Čopko und die Katze heißt Brko. Čopko ist eins. Er ist klein und nett. Er ist braun und schwarz. Er wohnt in das Haus im Käfig. Mein Kater ist acht Jahre alt. Er ist groß und sehr nett. Er ist weiß. Er lebt in das Haus und draußen. Mein Lieblingstier ist mein Meerschweinen. Ich kann gut auf dem Trampolin springen und ich springe auf dem Trampolin jeden Sommertag. Ich höre Musik jeden Tag. Ich surfe im Internet zweimal pro Woche. Ich fahre Fahrrad jeden Sommer Wochenende. Ich spiele mit meiner Katze und meinem Meerschweinchen jeden Tag. Ich gehe spazieren jeden Sommer Wochenende. Ich sehe jeden Tag fern. Meine Lieblingsfernsehserie ist der Bergdoktor. Ich gehe einkaufen zweimal pro Monat. In Sommer spiele ich mit Matej. In Sommer fahre ich mit meiner Mutter und meinem Vater ans Meer. Ich kann gut schwimmen und ich schwimme jeden Sommertag. Im Sommer lese ich viele Bücher. Ich habe acht Harry Potter Bücher gelesen. Und ich habe acht Harry Potter Filme gesehen. Meine Lieblingsaktivität ist springen auf dem Trampolin.

Ich gehe in die Grundschule Ivan Rob, in die Klasse 7a. Ich habe achtundzwanzig Stunden Unterricht pro Woche. Ich lerne drei Sprachen: Deutsch, Englisch und Slowenisch. Mein Lieblingsfach ist Deutsch. Ich mag Englisch, Naturwissenschaften, Geografie und Kunst. Ich mag nicht Sport, Geschichte, Ethik und Slowenisch. Mein normaler Tag ist: Ich stehe um sieben Uhr auf. Dann frühstücke ich. Dann dusche ich. Ich gehe in die Schule um dreißig nach sieben. Um acht Uhr habe ich Unterricht. Dann esse ich Mittag. Um zwei Uhr besuche ich Oma. Dann gehe ich nach Hause. Am Nachmittag surfe ich im Internet und höre i Musik. Um vier Uhr mache ich meine Hausaufgaben. Dann lerne ich. Dann esse ich Abend. Um acht Uhr sehe ich fern. Um dreißig nach zehn gehe ich schlafen.

Blaž Brecelj, Gruppe Deutsch 1

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THE THRILL OF LANGUAGES school foreign language magazine IVAN ROB PRIMARY SCHOOL School year 2017/18 Cover drawing by Urška Lukan Kites on the back cover by children from morning care and classes 4 A, 4 B (school year 2014/15) Edited by Nina DRSTVENŠEK, Patricija JUG, Urška LUKAN, Kristina STOPAR JENIŠEK, Vanja VELIŠČEK, Haideja ČERNE PERSON IN CHARGE: Mag. Primož Hvala Kamenšček NUMBER OF COPIES: 450 PRINT AND DESIGN: Makor d. o. o. IZDAJATELJ: Osnovna šola Ivana Roba Šempeter pri Gorici Ulica Andreja Gabrščka 1, 5250 Šempeter pri Gorici ODGOVORNA OSEBA: Mag. Primož Hvala Kamenšček NAKLADA: 450 izvodov OBLIKOVANJE IN TISK: Makor d. o. o.

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