Alphabet poems written for young French children to widen their vocabulary and help them with their English pronunciation. Young Italians might also be interested to use them to practice their English, provided their English teacher is with them to listen and correct them when necessary.
(Click on the above titles to go to the next two letters, or use the links below)
A is for Anagram
It might even be
But if it isn't
Then it can only be
B is for Bagpipes
Mc Tavish blew his bagpipes
As his kilt flapped in the wind
Standing nobly on the hillside,
Bonnier sight ye ne'er would find.
Both his blue knees they did tremble
With emotion and with cold,
But he tunelessly kept playing
Being deaf as well as bold.
'Bonnier sight ye ne'er' would find: 'A more beautiful sight you would never find'. (Scottish dialect)
Text & image © Mirino (PW) June, 2009