English Exercises > future tense exercises > Ladybug will you marry me? by Peter Weatherall / Future
 
 
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will  you me? 
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Song   by Peter Weatherall
  • Learn the words from the song.http://www.eslprintables.com/exercise.asp?id=1613#a

 

 

  • Listen to the song.

                                                                                  
    Once there was a bumbleee
     who wanted to be wed
     He fell in love with a ladybug
     and this is what he said:
     
     
     Ladybug will you marry me?
    Please say yes and you will see
    Just how happy you and I will be....you and I will be
    We will live up in a cherry tree
    Where we will raise a family
    Ladybug will you marry me?........will you marry me?
     

    The ladybug told the bumbelee
    you have to ask me properly
    And so the bumbelee got down on one knee

    Ladybug will you marry me?

    Please say yes and you will see
    Just how happy you and I will be....you and I will be
    We will live up in a cherry tree
    Where we will raise a family
    Ladybug will you marry me?........will you marry me?
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

    The ladybug said I'll marry you

    But first bring me some honey dew
    So the bee went and got a great big pot

    Ladybug will you marry me?

    Please say yes and you will see
    Just how happy you and I will be....you and I will be
    We will live up in a cherry tree
    Where we will raise a family
    Ladybug will you marry me?........will you marry me?
     

     

    The ladybug said there's one more thing

    Please take off that nasty sting
    So the bee took off his sting and began to sing..

    Ladybug will you marry me?

    Please say yes and you will see
    Just how happy you and I will be....you and I will be
    We will live up in a cherry tree
    Where we will raise a family
    Ladybug will you marry me?........will you marry me?

    Well, the ladybug married the bumbelee

    now they have a family
    and all the kids have got stripes as well as spots

    Ladybug will you marry me?
    Please say yes and you will see
    Just how happy you and I will be....you and I will be
    We will live up in a cherry tree
    Where we will raise a family
    Ladybug will you marry me?........will you marry me?

    • How many times can you see these words in the song?
  • happy

    will

    ladybug
    raise a family

    please

    where

    cherry tree

    marry

    honey

     

     

                 

                    

           

        

                   

     

    • Choose the  correct Past Simple form of the following verbs. Read the song again:

         I want / wanted to clean my room yesterday.

         My uncle married/ marry a beautiful woman last year.

         The litle boy were / was afraid of the snake.

         We went / go to a good film last weekend.

         The ladybug say/ said : " I 'll marry you!"

         She fell / fall in love with this young man.

         My father get / got two tickets for the show for free yesterday.

         The pupils begin/ began to work in the schoolyard.

         My brother told/ tell this secret last night.

    • Choose the  correct  answer.

          We will go/ went  / go  to the supermarket in a minute.

          She saw/ will see  / see  the new baby tomorrow.

          The policemen will arrive/ arrived  / arrive  in ten minutes.

          Your teacher talked/ will talk  / talk  to you tomorrow.

          They will get up/ get up   / got up  at  6.00 o'clock every day next week.

     

     

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