Polish version of Romanian legend "Mighty Praslea"
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Transcripts - Mighty Praslea
Szkoła Podstawowa im.
gen Antoniego Hedy
ps. „Szary” w Kowali
A long, long time ago, in a rich
country of Romanian emperor
there lived peacefully mighty
Praslea and his brothers.
They lived in a manor house surrounded by a beautiful and big
garden, in which were growing the most beautiful,
multicoloured tulips and colourful roses, vanillas and sunny
gold jonquils, cherries were quietly swinging on the branches
of trees and the apple trees were bearing juicy, red apples.
Near that wonderful place there was a view of another garden,
inaccessible for people.
It was there where beautiful, golden apples were ripening.
Not for nothing the garden was inaccessible for people.
There lived an old, ugly witch.
One day the monster Zmeul – the most terrible dragon with two
heads, four arms and six legs – flew to the king’s garden.
The emperor was seriously scared because the dragon started to
prowl the streets.
When Praslea found out about the panic spread in the
town, he invented a cunning plan.....
Next day he went to the witch’s garden and stole 78 kg of golden
apples. He was scared, but he thought he would save his country in
that way. Praslea hoped the apples were enchanted and could kill
Zmeul. Unfortunately, the monster was eating the apples and nothing
happened. Suddenly, Zmeul noticed Praslea, but it didn’t kill the man.
It turned out that after having eaten so many apples Zmeul had a terrible
stomachache! The monster promised not to prowl the town anymore and to move into
an isolated place – with his friends, other dragons.
Happy emperor announced Praslea's brothers (who helped Praslea picking apples) his
advisers and Praslea got half of the gold from the king's treasury,half of the castle and,
of course,the beautiful princess as his wife.
The girl was very happy!They lived in a faraway place
somewhere in Romania.They lived happily for a very long time
and sometimes visited their old friend-monster Zmeul.One
golden apple was built in a tower of the castle – to
commemorate that story...
Prezentację wykonała klasa V
Wychowawca: mgr Stanisława Polowczyk- Walas