NEWSPAPER OF PRIMARY SCHOOL K. MIARKA IN PIELGRZYMOWICE NR 5/2012
The next issue of our newspaper is about Italy, because the next meeting will be held in Italy. In accordance with he criteria four students will go to Italy: Catherine Piwko and Sandra Szewczyk from V class and Julia Chudy, Natalia Herman from VI class. Congratulations, it's a great honor and certainly attractive reward for all taken activities. Teachers who will represent our school are: Mrs. Izabela Pilis - project coordinator, the headmaster Andrzej Pilis and Ewa Matuszyk. We wish you a successful journey and a pleasant experience ...
Italy it is an amazing country. Tourists are attracted by Italian cities, famous monuments, beautiful regions, as well as interesting places. We Poles like Italy very much, because of the cult of John Paul II. Crowds of tourists visit his grave. Rome, the Eternal City, like Venice are popular places in the tourist map of the country. Beside to the beautiful Italian regions, great cities. Polish tourists come to visit Monte Casino the Benedictine monastery on the hill and the cemetery of the Polish soldiers who were killed during the Second World War.
Italy …..……...…….…...page1 Sardenia………………...page2 Oristano………………..page3 Dictionary……….…….page4
Italy is the home of pasta, pizza and ravioli. The Italian menu has a lot of vegetables and spices, but the most popular is pizza and of course lot of different types of pasta as well as lasagna, tortellini (tortellini -stuffed with meat or cheese), risotto or minestrone (vegetable soup based on vegetables: zucchini, carrots, beans). Most dishes should have the addition of Italian cheeses like mozzarella, parmesan, gorgonzola and mascarpone - used as a dessert or as an addition to desserts. Regarding the sweets the best known are Italian ice cream and tiramisu (sponge cake soaked in espresso, mascarpone and sprinkled with superior chocolate).
Sardinia is an island called Island of Treasure - there are not only picturesque scenery, but also the fantastic flora and fauna: fragrant flowers, underwater coral reefs, groves of cork. In small lagoons you can watch flamingos, cormorants. Sardinia is an ideal place for an active holiday.
Sardinia each region or even city has its own culinary specialty. If we are looking for traditional Sardinian cuisine, you should go to an agrotourism restaurant (agriturismo). But then you have to have a big appetite. Sardinians consume a lot of their delicious goat and sheep cheese. The most famous are the Pecorino Sardo, cacciocavallo, mozzarella. For dessert you can enjoy local Sardynian specialties . Most often these are the sorts of cakes. Local delicacy are sebadas (or seadas) - cake with cheese. Of course seafood is very popular at the seaside.
The sea, hills, mountains, rivers Tirso and Temo (the only navigable river Sardinia) are the wonders of the region. Typical Mediterranean weather and mild temperatures throughout the year this allows for growth of rich vegetation: citrus trees, shrubs wine, rice and artichokes. Sport lovers have a breathtaking choice. They can choose from a variety of sports like: sailing, canoeing, fishing in the lake Omodeo, rivers and the sea, tennis, horse riding in Arborea. There are plenty of Horse riding schools (Oristano is called the land of horses). You can also go windusrfing along the coast and surfing at Capo Mannu, and play golf in new Is Arenas, located in the north of the peninsula of Sinis. It is the one of the most attractive places to play golf. Connoisseurs will find fine dining. For each of the dishes you will get freshly baked bread and local wine. People grow the highest quality grapes used for the production of Vernaccia wines, Malvasia, Mandrolisai and Marmilla. In addition to natural resources the province Oristano offers many opportunities to meet history and culture: Stone Age settlements (Nuragic) is a significant testimony of prehistoric settlements, Trajan's Forum, Cornus, castles in Bosa and Laconi, the city Tharros from the eight century BC and others make valuable archaeological heritage.
We are looking forward for detailed relations and impressions from stay in Oristano, where a group of students and teachers will be representing our school at the partnership meeting in Italy.
It is strange that Polish name for Italy is WĹ‚ochy. Time to take a closer look of the puzzle. The old Polish languageused the word Italia, but later the name WĹ‚ochy was popularized. Where does the form str. 4
Włochy come from? Probably, it started with Celtic and Roman tribes, which the Germans called "Walha". In Slavic languages the form "Wołch" became popular .The word was used to call all the Roman people. Then there was a transformation into the form ” Włoch”. Poles reduced the meaning of the word to the inhabitants of the Apennine peninsula. Although, Italians wanted to change it but the attempt failed. In the modern Polish language is used the form Włochy (Włosi, włoski), while Italy is used as the name of the ancient country in the Apennine Peninsula. Let us add that not only Poles use strange form. Hungary also decided to make a "step aside" and called Italia ... Olaszország. Originally, doesn’t it?
It is strange that Polish name for Italy is Włochy. Time to take a closer look of the puzzle. The old Polish languageused the word Italia, but later the name Włochy was popularized. Where does the form Włochy come from? Probably, it started with Celtic and Roman tribes, which the Germans called "Walha". In Slavic languages the form "Wołch" became popular .The word was used to call all the Roman people. Then there was a transformation into the form ” Włoch”. Poles reduced the meaning of the word to the inhabitants of the Apennine peninsula. Although, Italians wanted to change it but the attempt failed. In the modern Polish language is used the form Włochy (Włosi, włoski), while Italy is used as the name of the ancient country in the Apennine Peninsula. Let us add that not only Poles use strange form. Hungary also decided to make a "step aside" and called Italia ... Olaszország. Originally, doesn’t it… Język angielski
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