Children's phrasebook: what do our children hear when we ask them for something?
When you say no, he or she hears:
2. Something I'm not really sure about this. Please, ask me again 10 times, perhaps, and I will allow you to play the tablet for another half an hour, go to bed later and not brush your teeth today. Yes, girls can still make pitiful eyes.
3. What, what? I did not hear the question, see paragraph 2.
When you say, “Sit down,” he or she hears:
1. Get up, raise your arms high, put your foot to the side and say “Ta-dam!” almost like a circus performer.
2. Urgent run away from here.
3. Wait a little longer and smile.
4. Lie down as if you are a supermodel taking sun baths.
When you say, “Go eat,” he or she hears:
1. Dear (dear), you still have 10-15 minutes to play, and then slowly, waddle you can advance towards the kitchen.
2. You may not come as you wish.
3. We have marmalade, cookies and soda here, where are you?
When you ask, “Please pick up the toy,” he or she hears:
1. Lift the toy and scream "Yuuuuu-huuuu" throw in the cat.
When you ask, “How was your day?”, He or she hears:
1. Please ignore my question, better grunt like a pig.
When you ask, “Don’t forget to put on a jacket for school,” he or she hears:
1. Try to take off your pants / skirt in 3 seconds. Weak?
2. Of course, once again I urge you to discuss what is more convenient to go to school: in a jacket or sweater. And let's talk about how his sleeves are pricked. How is a hedgehog?
3. Or maybe in a dress with rhinestones?
When you ask, “Please speak in a whisper, your sister is sleeping,” he or she hears:
1. It's time to ride a scooter down the hall!
2. Urgently go to dad and very loudly say in his ear: “Dad, KARINA is sleeping !!! DO NOT BE NOISY!"
3. It is necessary to speak in a whisper, but it is impossible to sing in a whisper!
When you suggest: “Talk to Grandpa on the phone / on Skype, he or she hears:
1. Cover your ears and start loudly singing.
2. Now is the time to say out loud that you prefer talking with another grandfather, or even with your grandmother.
When you ask: “Please stand still while we are at the checkout,” he or she hears:
1. Now you can choose a chewing gum and a couple of chocolates, which is a waste of time.
2. While you choose chocolates, it would be nice to break the stand, well, or at least slightly hurt it by twisting.
3. Look, what a funny woman at the checkout, you can make her a grimace. Oh, and at the next box office a man in general! “Be-be-be-be!”
When you offer, “Do you want me to sing before you go to bed?”, He or she hears:
1. I can sing this lullaby 20 times, it’s not difficult for me.
2. And read by heart a couple of Krylov's fables.
3. Do you want Chukovsky? Yes please!
When you introduce colleagues and gestures to your son or daughter, let him know that it would be nice to say hello now, he or she understands:
1. Now you need to be silent, staring at the ceiling and twitching your leg.
2. These are important people, which means they love comics and coloring, let me go draw that notebook!
3. It would be nice to shout “High Five!” or something else very fashionable, it's mom's friends!
When you ask: “Please be more careful with this thing, it is very fragile”, he or she hears:
1. Are you interested in how this thing is arranged? Of course, you can take it apart!
When you tell him or her “Good night!”, He or she hears:
1. Would you like a drink?
2. Maybe a couple of times you go to the toilet?
3. Oh, you still have not had time to (a) tell how your day went?
4. Gouache fits perfectly on the wallpaper!
PS: after reading this material, count very slowly to ten. Are you done? Do it again.