Peppa Pig으로 영어 공부해요! (Season 1 - Part 2)

쉽게 구할 수 있는 페파픽을 활용해, 우리아이 영어공부 열심히 시키고 있는 lucy맘입니다 :) 특히 대본을 통해서 공부시킬 수 있어 넘넘 좋은데요, 아이에게 흘려듣기 -> 집중 듣기와 중요 문장 뽑고, 큰소리로 서로 말하기, 롤플레잉 등 다양한 방식으로 아이 영어 실력을 늘릴 수 있어 좋은 것 같아요. 페퍼픽을 제대로 활용하는 팁은 페퍼픽 Season 1 Part 1에 자세히 적어두었는데요 참조 부탁드려요! http://www.vingle.net/posts/430617 ---------------------------- 13. Flying a Kite Narrator: It is a bright sunny day. Peppa and her family are in the park. They are going to fly a kite. Narrator: George is going to fly the kite first. Narrator: George runs as fast as he can. But the kite won’t fly. Peppa Pig: George, you’re doing it all wrong. You didn’t run fast enough. Now it’s my turn. Narrator: Peppa runs as fast as she can. But the kite still won’t fly. Daddy Pig: The kite won’t fly if there isn’t any wind, no matter how fast you run. Peppa Pig: Oh. Mummy Pig: We just have to wait until the wind picks up a bit. Peppa Pig: Oh. Peppa Pig: Look, it’s getting windy. Narrator: Now that it is windy, the kite can fly. Narrator: The wind is quite strong now. Narrator: The wind is very strong now. Peppa Pig: George! Daddy Pig: Peppa! Peppa Pig: Thank you, Daddy. Narrator: Daddy Pig flies the kite. Peppa Pig: Higher, higher. Narrator: Daddy Pig flies the kite very well. Peppa Pig and George: Wow! Daddy Pig: Yes, I am a bit of an expert at these things. Mummy Pig: Watch out for the trees. You might get the kite stuck in one. Daddy Pig: Don’t worry. I know what I’m doing. Narrator: Oh dear. Daddy Pig has got the kite caught in a tree. Daddy Pig: Oh no. Peppa Pig: Oh. Mummy Pig: Don’t worry, George. Daddy will get the kite down. Peppa Pig: Hurrah! Daddy Pig: Uh, yes. Daddy Pig: Careful. There’s a big muddy puddle. Narrator: Peppa and George love to jump in muddy puddles. Peppa Pig: Can we jump in the puddle? Please. Mummy Pig: No, I don’t want you covered in mud. Peppa Pig: Oh. Daddy Pig: Stand back, children. Mummy Pig: Please be careful, Daddy Pig. Daddy Pig: I know what I’m doing. Mummy Pig: Please be careful. Peppa Pig: Just a bit further, Daddy. Mummy Pig: Daddy Pig, you are much too heavy for that branch. Daddy Pig: Nonsense. I know exactly how heavy I am. There. Peppa Pig: Hurrah! Narrator: Daddy Pig has rescued the kite. Daddy Pig: Whoa! Narrator: Oh dear. Everyone is covered in mud. Daddy Pig: It’s only mud. Narrator: Luckily, Daddy Pig hasn’t hurt himself. Narrator: And the kite is out of the tree. Mummy Pig and Peppa Pig: Hurrah! Peppa Pig: Mummy, now that we’re all muddy, can we jump in the puddle? Mummy Pig: I suppose so. After all, you can’t get any muddier. And I think Daddy Pig is going to be doing the washing. Daddy Pig: Oh. Narrator: Peppa and George love jumping up and down in muddy puddles. Narrator: Mummy and Daddy love jumping up and down in muddy puddles. Narrator: Everyone loves jumping up and down in muddy puddles. Narrator: Jumping up and down in muddy puddles is just as much fun as flying the kite. 14. My Cousin Chloé Narrator: Peppa and George are playing in the garden. Peppa Pig: To me, George. Peppa Pig: You threw the ball too hard, George. So the rules say I win. Peppa Pig: Now it’s my turn. Peppa Pig: I win again. Mummy Pig: Peppa, George, today your big cousin Chloé is coming to visit. Peppa Pig: Yipee, cousin Chloé! Peppa Pig: George, Chloé’s a big girl like me. So don’t be sad if she finds you too little to play with. Daddy Pig: I’m sure Chloé will play with both of you. Peppa Pig: Chloé’s here. Narrator: Auntie Pig has brought Chloé to spend the day at Peppa’s house. Chloé is Peppa and George’s cousin. Narrator: Chloé is a bit older than Peppa and George. Peppa Pig: Hello, Chloé. Cousin Chloé: Hello, Peppa. Hello, George. Daddy Pig: See you later. Cousin Chloé: Do you want to play a game? Peppa Pig: Yes, let’s play catch. Narrator: Peppa loves playing catch. Cousin Chloé: Do you still play catch? That’s a game for little children. Peppa Pig: Oh. We only play catch because George likes it. Cousin Chloé: OK, let’s play it for George. Do you play it with the proper rules or the baby rules? Peppa Pig: Proper rules. Cousin Chloé: I’ll start. Peppa, you’re “it.” Catch me if you can. Narrator: Peppa is it. She has to chase Chloé and George. Cousin Chloé: Can’t catch me. Peppa Pig: George, I’m going to easily catch you. You’re so little. Peppa Pig: That’s not fair. You’re helping George. Cousin Chloé: That’s because he’s little. Do you want me to help you? Peppa Pig: No. I don’t need help. I’m a big girl like you. Cousin Chloé: Come on then, Peppa. Try and catch us. Cousin Chloé: Can’t catch us. Cousin Chloé: Can’t catch us. Peppa Pig: This is a silly game. Can we play something else? Cousin Chloé: OK, I know a really good game for big children. It’s called Sly Fox. Peppa Pig: Sly Fox! I want to play Sly Fox. What is it? Cousin Chloé: One person is the sly fox, and the others creep up on them. Peppa Pig: Me, me! I want to be the sly fox. Narrator: Peppa is the sly fox. While her back is turned, the others creep up on her. But if Peppa turns and sees someone move, they have to go back to the start. Peppa Pig: George, I saw you move. Back to the start. Cousin Chloé: Got you. I win. Peppa Pig: You moved before I was ready. Cousin Chloé: The rules say I can move when I like, don’t they, George? Narrator: Now it’s Chloé’s turn to be the sly fox. Narrator: Peppa and George must stay very still. Cousin Chloé: Peppa, I saw you move. Back to the start. Peppa Pig: It’s not fair. You looked too long. Cousin Chloé: The rules say I can look as long as I want. Back to the start. Narrator: George is the winner. Peppa Pig: Can we play a different game? Cousin Chloé: Yes, but as long as it’s a grown-up game. Peppa Pig: I know. Let’s play my favourite game. It’s very grown-up. Cousin Chloé: George, do you know what Peppa’s favourite game is? Narrator: Peppa’s favourite game is jumping up and down in muddy puddles. Peppa Pig: George, if you jump in puddles, you must wear your boots. I’ve brought some boots for you too, Chloé. Cousin Chloé: I’m too grown-up to jump in muddy puddles. Peppa Pig: Oh. So am I. Narrator: George loves jumping in muddy puddles. Narrator: Secretly Peppa would love to jump in the puddle, but she wants to look grown-up. Daddy Pig: I hear there’s some puddle jumping going on. Narrator: Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig love jumping in muddy puddles. Cousin Chloé: It does look fun. Peppa Pig: Yes, it does. Cousin Chloé: Maybe there’s a rule that says big girls can jump in muddy puddles. Peppa Pig: Yes, that’s a good rule. Cousin Chloé: Race you. Peppa Pig: Race you. Narrator: Peppa and Chloé love jumping up and down in muddy puddles. Narrator: Everyone loves jumping up and down in muddy puddles. Even grown-up girls. 15. Daddy Loses His Glasses Narrator: Daddy Pig wears glasses. He needs to wear glasses to see clearly. When Daddy Pig wears his glasses, everything looks fine. But when Daddy Pig takes his glasses off, he can’t see things clearly. Everything looks a bit soft and fuzzy. So it is very important that Daddy Pig knows where his glasses are. Narrator: Sometimes Daddy Pig loses his glasses. Mummy Pig: Peppa, George, have you seen Daddy Pig’s glasses? He can’t find them anywhere. Peppa Pig: No, Mummy. Narrator: Peppa and George do not know where Daddy Pig’s glasses are. Mummy Pig: Oh, dear. Daddy Pig cannot see a thing without them. And it makes him very grumpy. Narrator: Without his glasses on, Daddy Pig cannot read his newspaper. Daddy Pig: This is ridiculous. I can’t see anything. Somebody must have put my glasses somewhere. Mummy Pig: Do you remember where you last put them, Daddy Pig? Daddy Pig: When I don’t wear them I always put them in my pocket. But they aren’t there now. Peppa Pig: Daddy, can we help find your glasses? Mummy Pig: Good idea, Peppa. If you find them, Daddy will stop being so grumpy. Daddy Pig: I’m not grumpy. Narrator: Peppa and George are looking for Daddy’s glasses. Narrator: Peppa looks under the newspaper, but Daddy Pig’s glasses are not there. Peppa Pig: Oh. Narrator: George looks on top of the television, but Daddy Pig’s glasses are not there. George: Oh. Peppa Pig: Let’s look upstairs in Mummy and Daddy’s bedroom. Narrator: Peppa and George are looking in Mummy and Daddy Pig’s bedroom. Peppa Pig: George, be careful not to knock anything over. Peppa Pig: It’s not funny. Narrator: Peppa looks under the pillows, but Daddy Pig’s glasses are not there. Peppa Pig: Oh. Narrator: George looks in Daddy’s slippers, but the glasses are not there either. Peppa Pig: Let’s look in the bathroom. Narrator: Peppa and George are looking in the bathroom. The glasses are not in the bath. George: Oh. Narrator: The glasses are not in the toilet. Peppa Pig: Oh. Peppa Pig: It’s too difficult. Narrator: Peppa and George cannot find Daddy Pig’s glasses anywhere. Peppa Pig: We’ve looked everywhere but we can’t find Daddy’s glasses. Mummy Pig: Oh, dear. Now what can we do? Daddy Pig: I suppose I‘ll just have to learn to do without them. If I move slowly I won’t bump into things. Peppa Pig: There they are. Daddy’s glasses. Mummy Pig: Daddy Pig. You were sitting on them all the time. Daddy Pig: Oh. Peppa Pig: Silly Daddy. Daddy Pig: I don’t know how they got there. Mummy Pig: I wonder how. Mummy Pig: Well you may have been a bit silly, Daddy Pig, but at least you’re not grumpy anymore. Daddy Pig: I was not grumpy. 16. Hiccups Narrator: Peppa, George, Mummy and Daddy are having breakfast. It is a lovely sunny day, and Peppa and George can’t wait to go into the garden to play. Peppa Pig: Mummy, please can we go out to play? Mummy Pig: You can go out to play when you finish your breakfast. Daddy Pig: George, don’t drink your juice too quickly. Narrator: George drank his juice too quickly, and now he has hiccups. Peppa Pig: Can we go out to play now, Mummy? Mummy Pig: Not while George has hiccups. Peppa Pig: But George’s hiccups have gone, Mummy. Haven’t they, George? Mummy Pig: Oh, all right. You can go out and play. But look after George. Narrator: Peppa and George love playing in the garden. Peppa Pig: George, I’m going to throw the ball and then you have to catch it. Peppa Pig: George, please stop hiccuping. Peppa Pig: George! Peppa Pig: Now you throw the ball to me and I have to catch it. Peppa Pig: George! Narrator: Oh, dear. George’s hiccups are spoiling the game. Peppa Pig: George, I know how to cure hiccups. You have to do what I say. Peppa Pig: Rub the top of your head and rub your tummy. Peppa Pig: Good. Now your hiccups have gone. Narrator: Peppa’s cure for hiccups doesn’t seem to have worked. Peppa Pig: George, you’ve done it all wrong. I know a better way to cure hiccups. First, jump up and down three times on one leg. Peppa Pig: Now wave your arms up and down and stick your tongue out. Peppa Pig: And now close your eyes and turn around quickly three times. Narrator: Peppa’s new cure hasn’t worked either. George still has hiccups. Peppa Pig: I know. To cure hiccups the ill piggy must be given a shock. George, I’m going to scare you, but you must remember it’s only a game and it will stop your hiccups. Peppa Pig: Remember, this is just pretend scaring. Mummy Pig: Peppa, you mustn’t play so roughly with George. He’s only little. Peppa Pig: Sorry, Mummy. I was just trying to stop George’s hiccups. Narrator: George’s hiccups have gone. Narrator: Here comes Daddy Pig with two beakers of juice. Mummy Pig: George, if you drink too quickly you will get hiccups again. Peppa Pig: I’m not as little as George. I can drink juice as quickly as I want to. 17. Picnic Narrator: It is a lovely, bright, sunny day. Peppa and her family are going for a picnic. Daddy Pig is bringing the picnic basket. Daddy Pig: Picnic basket, bread, cheese, tomatoes and lemonade. Is there anything we’ve forgotten? Peppa Pig: Mummy’s strawberry cake. Daddy Pig: I was just teasing. Mummy’s homemade strawberry cake is there too. Daddy Pig: Is everybody ready? Mummy Pig, Peppa Pig, George: Ready. Daddy Pig: Then let’s go. Daddy Pig: This looks like just the spot for our picnic. Mummy Pig, Peppa Pig, George: Hurrah! Daddy Pig: It’s great to be outdoors. We should run around a bit and get some exercise. Mummy Pig: I want to eat, then have a nap. I certainly don’t want to run around. Peppa Pig: Maybe Daddy should run around a bit. His tummy is quite big. Daddy Pig: My tummy is not big. But later I will get some exercise. Even if no one else does. Mummy Pig: Let’s eat. Daddy Pig: Good idea, Mummy Pig. I’m really hungry. Daddy Pig: Delicious. Daddy Pig: Aah, I feel quite sleepy. Mummy Pig: I thought you wanted to run around a bit, Daddy Pig. Daddy Pig: Later. Peppa Pig: Look, there’s a little duck pond. Peppa Pig: Mummy, can we feed the ducks? Mummy Pig: Yes, you can feed them the rest of the bread. Narrator: Peppa and George love feeding bread to ducks. Peppa Pig: Mummy, I think they want some more. Mummy Pig: That was the last of the bread. I’m sure they’ve had enough. Peppa Pig: Sorry, Mrs. Duck. We’ve no more bread. Narrator: The ducks want more food. Mummy Pig: So much for Daddy Pig and his exercise. Daddy Pig: What? Mummy Pig: You lot again? Peppa told you; there’s no more bread. Peppa Pig: Mummy, we do have strawberry cake. Mummy Pig: Well, if there’s any cake left over you can give it to the ducks. Narrator: Everybody likes Mummy Pig’s homemade strawberry cake. Mummy Pig: A wasp! I hate wasps. Shoo! Daddy Pig: What a fuss, Mummy Pig. It’s only a little wasp. Mummy Pig: Go away, wasp. Daddy Pig: Just stay still, Mummy Pig. Then it will fly away. Daddy Pig: There, you see? All you had to do was stay still. Daddy Pig: Get away. Scram. Daddy Pig: Help! Daddy Pig: Shoo! Get it off me. Peppa Pig: I hope the wasp doesn’t sting daddy. Daddy Pig: Oh, get away, you little pest. Mummy Pig: No, Daddy Pig is running too fast for the wasp to catch him. Peppa Pig: Let’s eat our cake before the wasp comes back. Peppa Pig: Oh no, we forgot to leave any for the ducks. Daddy Pig: I think I lost it. Mummy Pig: You said you would run around and get some exercise, Daddy Pig, but I didn’t believe you’d do it. Daddy Pig: Luckily, I managed to hang on to my slice of strawberry cake. Peppa Pig: Stop, Daddy. We promised the rest of the cake for the ducks. Daddy Pig: Oh. Peppa Pig: You’re very lucky ducks. Say thank you to Daddy Pig. Daddy Pig: You’re most welcome. Mummy Pig: It’s time to go home. Say goodbye to the ducks. Peppa Pig: Bye-bye, ducks. See you next time. 18. Mummy Pig’s Birthday Narrator: Today is Mummy Pig’s birthday. Daddy Pig has made Mummy Pig breakfast in bed. Daddy Pig: Happy Birthday, Mummy Pig. Narrator: Peppa and George have made Mummy Pig a birthday card. Peppa Pig: Happy Birthday, Mummy. Mummy Pig: Oh, what a lovely birthday surprise. Daddy Pig: And there are more surprises to come. Enjoy your birthday breakfast. Take your time. Mummy Pig: Mmm, yummy. Daddy Pig: Quick, we have to get everything else ready. Narrator: Daddy Pig has made a birthday cake for Mummy Pig. Daddy Pig: We’ve just got to put the candles on. One, two... Mummy Pig: Here I come. Narrator: Mummy Pig has finished her birthday breakfast. Peppa Pig: Mummy’s coming. Daddy Pig: Oh, no. We’re not ready yet. Daddy Pig: Who is it? Mummy Pig: It’s Mummy. Can I come in? Peppa Pig: No, no. Mummy Pig: Is there something secret going on? Daddy Pig: No. Nothing’s going on. But you can’t come in. Mummy Pig: I see. Daddy Pig: Mummy Pig, why don’t you relax in the sitting room? Mummy Pig: That sounds nice. Daddy Pig: Well, it is your birthday. Mummy Pig: OK, Peppa. I think I know where the sitting room is. Peppa Pig: Here’s a nice magazine. Mummy Pig: Thank you, Peppa. Peppa Pig: And here’s some pretty music. Mummy Pig: Thank you, Peppa. Daddy Pig: We need the same number of candles as Mummy’s age. Peppa Pig: One, two, three. Daddy Pig: Oh, dear. We haven’t got nearly enough candles. Peppa Pig: Daddy, how old is Mummy? Daddy Pig: I’ll whisper it in your ear. Peppa Pig: Wow! Really old. Daddy Pig: You know, I think three candles will be fine. Narrator: Mummy Pig’s birthday cake is ready. Peppa Pig: Hurrah! Daddy Pig: We just have to put up the decorations in the sitting room. Peppa Pig: Hello, Mummy. Mummy Pig: Ah, there you all are. I was getting a little bored. Peppa Pig: Mummy, would you like to have a nice walk in the garden. Mummy Pig: Do I have any choice? Peppa Pig: Nope. Peppa Pig: Bye-bye, Mummy. Have a lovely walk. We’ll call you when it’s safe to come back in. Mummy Pig: I’d forgotten what hard work birthdays were. Narrator: Daddy Pig, Peppa and George are decorating the sitting room. Peppa Pig: This is fun. Narrator: Granny Pig and Grandpa Pig have arrived for Mummy Pig’s birthday. Grandpa Pig: Happy Birthday, Mummy Pig. Granny Pig: Aren’t you coming inside? Mummy Pig: Oh, I can’t come in yet. Daddy Pig, Peppa and George are doing secret things for my birthday. Granny Pig: How lovely. See you later. Mummy Pig: Bye. Peppa Pig: Mummy, would you like to come inside now? Mummy Pig: I’d love to. Peppa Pig: Close your eyes. Peppa Pig: Keep your eyes closed, Mummy. Daddy Pig: One, two, three, open your eyes. Daddy Pig, Peppa, Grandpa Pig, Granny Pig: Happy Birthday, Mummy Pig. Mummy Pig: What a lovely surprise. Daddy Pig: Blow the candles out, and make a wish. Peppa Pig: Mummy, Mummy, open your present. Can you guess what it is? Mummy Pig: I’ve no idea. Daddy Pig: Open it and see. Mummy Pig: It’s a beautiful dress. Peppa Pig: You’re beautiful, Mummy. Daddy Pig: Now you just need somewhere nice to wear it. Mummy Pig: What’s this? Daddy Pig: Two tickets to the theatre. Tonight. Mummy Pig: Thank you. Narrator: Mummy Pig loves going to the theatre. Grandpa Pig: And Granny Pig and I are going to babysit the little ones. Peppa Pig: Hurrah! Mummy Pig: What a super birthday. I’m the luckiest mummy in the whole world. Daddy Pig: And the most beautiful. 19. Dressing Up Narrator: Peppa and George are playing in Mummy’s and Daddy’s bedroom. Peppa Pig: What’s this? Narrator: Peppa has found a box of old clothes. Peppa Pig: Wow! This is Daddy’s hat. And this is Mummy’s dress. Peppa Pig: George, let’s dress up and pretend to be Mummy and Daddy. Peppa Pig: Here’s Daddy’s hat. Peppa Pig: And here is Daddy’s coat. Peppa Pig: Hello, Daddy Pig. Peppa Pig: Now it’s my turn. Peppa Pig: This is Mummy’s dress. Peppa Pig: This is Mummy’s hat. Peppa Pig: Daddy Pig, where are your shoes? Peppa Pig: I need some shoes too. Peppa Pig: Now I need to look beautiful, just like Mummy. Narrator: Peppa has found Mummy’s makeup box. Peppa Pig: Aha! Peppa Pig: First some powder. Peppa Pig: Lovely. Peppa Pig: Now for some lipstick. Peppa Pig: What a pretty Mummy Pig. Peppa Pig: Come along, Daddy Pig. It’s time to go to work. Narrator: Mummy Pig is working on her computer. Mummy Pig: Hello, Peppa. Hello, George. Peppa Pig: I beg your pardon. Mummy Pig: Peppa, I was just saying hello. Peppa Pig: I’m not Peppa Pig. I’m Mummy Pig. Mummy Pig: Oh, yes, of course. Hello, Mummy Pig. Peppa Pig: Hello. Peppa Pig: And this is Daddy Pig. Peppa Pig: George. Mummy Pig: And hello to you too, Daddy Pig. Peppa Pig: Excuse me. I’ve got a lot of work to do. Peppa Pig: Hello. Yes. Do this. Do that. No, thank you. Goodbye. Narrator: Peppa is enjoying pretending to be Mummy Pig. But George is getting a bit bored. Peppa Pig: Sorry, Daddy Pig. I’m nearly finished. Peppa Pig: There, all done. Peppa Pig: Come on, Daddy Pig. It’s time you did some work. Mummy Pig: Goodbye, Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig. Peppa Pig: Goodbye. Narrator: Daddy Pig is digging in the garden. Daddy Pig: Hello, Peppa. Hello, George. Peppa Pig: I’m not Peppa. I’m Mummy Pig. And this is Daddy Pig. Peppa Pig: Daddy Pig is here to do some work. Daddy Pig: That’s very kind of you, Daddy Pig. Daddy Pig: Now be careful. It’s a very deep hole. Peppa Pig: I hope you are not digging in your best clothes, Daddy Pig. Peppa Pig: I want to make big snorts, too. Mummy Pig: Ice cream, everyone. Peppa Pig: Ice cream? Mummy Pig: Peppa, George, you must take off those muddy clothes before you eat. Peppa Pig: I’m Mummy Pig and this is Daddy Pig. Mummy Pig: Are you sure? Peppa Pig: Yes. Mummy Pig: So, where are Peppa and George? Peppa Pig: We don’t know. Mummy Pig: Oh, well that’s a shame, because I’ve got their favourite ice cream here. But if we can’t find them, then... Peppa Pig: Here we are. Mummy Pig: Peppa? George? There you are. Peppa Pig: Yes, Mummy. We were just pretending to be you and Daddy. Daddy Pig: You really had us fooled. 20. The School Fete Narrator: Today is the day of the school fete. Peppa loves coming to the fete. Here are Peppa's friends: Candy Cat, Suzy Sheep, Danny Dog, Rebecca Rabbit, and Pedro Pony. Peppa Pig: Hello, everyone. Candy Cat, Suzy Sheep, Danny Dog, Rebecca Rabbit, Pedro Pony: Hello, Peppa. Suzy Sheep: I love the school fete. Peppa Pig: Me too. What do you like best? Suzy Sheep: The face painting. Pedro Pony: I like the balloons. Danny Dog: I like the bouncy castle the best. Peppa Pig: I like everything. Daddy Pig: A very good choice, Peppa. Danny Dog: See you later, Peppa. Peppa Pig: See you later. Daddy Pig: George, what do you like best? George: Dinosaur, grrr. Mummy Pig: Oh, dear. There aren’t any dinosaurs at the fete, George. Daddy Pig: Maybe we can get you a dinosaur balloon. Mummy Pig: Are you sure they have dinosaur balloons, Daddy Pig? Daddy Pig: I’m certain of it. Peppa Pig: Can George and I get our faces painted first? Daddy Pig: Of course. Narrator: Miss Rabbit has painted Peppa’s friends as tigers. Miss Rabbit: There you are, Suzy. Now you look like a tiger. Suzy Sheep: Thank you, Miss Rabbit. Peppa Pig: Wow! I like your face, Suzy. Are you a pussy cat? Suzy Sheep: No. I’m a tiger. Miss Rabbit: Peppa, would you like your face painted? Peppa Pig: Yes, please. Can I be...an elephant? Miss Rabbit: Oh, dear. I don’t know how to do elephants. I can do tigers. Peppa Pig: Yes, a tiger please. Miss Rabbit: There you are, Peppa. Now you’re a tiger. Peppa Pig: I’m a tiger. Miss Rabbit: George, what would you like to be? George: Dinosaur, grrr. Miss Rabbit: A dinosaur? How about a tiger instead? I’m good at tigers. Peppa Pig: I’m a tiger. Danny Dog: So am I, woof-woof. Candy Cat: Tigers don’t say “woof-woof.” Danny Dog: How do you know? Candy Cat: Because tigers are big cats, and I’m a cat. Peppa Pig: Candy, please can you teach us how to be tigers? Candy Cat: OK. Tigers creep very very slowly. And then they jump. Candy Cat: Tigers like to lick themselves clean. Candy Cat: But best of all, when tigers are happy they purr. Mummy Pig: Hello, children. My goodness, you’re all tigers. Candy Cat: And I’m teaching them to be proper tigers. Mummy Pig: What do you little tigers want to do next? George: Dinosaur. Daddy Pig: That’s right. We have to find George a dinosaur balloon. Mummy Pig: Let’s get you all balloons. The Children: Hurrah! Mummy Pig: Hello, Madame Gazelle. We’d like some balloons, please. Madame Gazelle: Certainly. I’ve got lots of different ones. Peppa Pig: Can I have an elephant balloon, please? Madame Gazelle: Here you are, Peppa. Suzy Sheep: Can I have a kangaroo? Danny Dog: A lion, please. Rebecca Rabbit: A monkey, please. Pedro Pony: A parrot, please. Madame Gazelle: Yes, I’ve got all those. Daddy Pig: Most important of all, we need a dinosaur balloon for George. Madame Gazelle: Oh, dear. I do not seem to have any dinosaur balloons. Daddy Pig: Oh. Daddy Pig: Don’t worry, George. I’ve got an idea. Daddy Pig: Could we have two of the long balloons, please? Daddy Pig: Watch this, everybody. Narrator: What is Daddy Pig doing with the balloons? Daddy Pig: There. Can anyone guess what it is? Suzy Sheep: Is it a kangaroo? Daddy Pig: No, it’s a... George: Dinosaur. Daddy Pig:That’s right, a dinosaur. Narrator: Daddy Pig has made a balloon dinosaur. George: Grrr, dinosaur. Peppa Pig: Now the bouncy castle. Narrator: Peppa loves bouncing on the bouncy castle. Narrator: Everyone loves bouncing on the bouncy castle. Peppa Pig: This is the best school fete ever. 21. Musical Instruments Narrator: Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig have been tidying the house. Daddy Pig: Mummy Pig and I found this old box in the attic. Peppa Pig and George: Ooo! Daddy Pig: Can anyone guess what’s inside? Peppa Pig: Hmmm? Nope. Mummy Pig: It’s full of musical instruments. Peppa Pig and George: Wow! Daddy Pig: They are a bit old and dusty. Mummy Pig: This is the violin I used to play when I was little. Peppa Pig: Mummy, can you play your violin? Mummy Pig: I haven’t played it for a long time. Peppa Pig: Please, Mummy. Please play it. Mummy Pig: I hope I haven’t forgotten how. Daddy Pig: Bravo! Peppa Pig: Hurrah! Peppa Pig: Mummy, can I play the violin? Mummy Pig: Hold it like this. Peppa Pig: Yes, Mummy. Daddy Pig and Mummy Pig: Oh! Narrator: Oh, dear. I do not think it is meant to sound like that. Narrator: George wants to try. Peppa Pig: Hold it like this, George. Daddy Pig, Mummy Pig and Peppa Pig: Oh! Narrator: That does not sound quite right either. Peppa Pig: The violin is too hard to play. Daddy Pig: Peppa, maybe you’d do better with this tin drum. Peppa Pig: Thank you, Daddy. Narrator: That sounds better. Peppa loves playing the drum. Mummy Pig: Lovely. Daddy Pig: Yes, it sounds very nice. Mummy Pig: This is Daddy Pig’s old accordion. Daddy Pig: I used to play this to Mummy Pig when we first met. Mummy Pig: Oh, Daddy Pig. You remember this tune. Narrator: George wants to play the accordion too. Daddy Pig: Are you sure, George? The accordion is quite difficult. Peppa Pig: George, the “accrodion” is almost as difficult to play as my drum. Daddy Pig: Okay, George. Narrator: Maybe George is a bit too little to play the accordion. Peppa Pig: Daddy, what other instruments are in the box? Daddy Pig: Just this horn. Peppa Pig: Can I try? Daddy Pig: You have to blow it very hard. Narrator: That does not sound right. Peppa Pig: It’s impossible. Mummy Pig: I think I used to be able to play it. Narrator: That really does not sound right. Daddy Pig: Maybe it just needs someone big and strong like me. Narrator: That does not sound right either. Daddy Pig: Peppa’s right. It is impossible to play. Mummy Pig: Never mind, Daddy Pig. Just stick to the accordion. You play it beautifully. Daddy Pig: Well, I do play it quite nicely, even if I say so myself. Mummy Pig: And I’ll play my violin. Peppa Pig: And I’ll play my drum. Narrator: Mummy Pig plays the violin. Narrator: Daddy Pig plays the accordion. Narrator: Peppa plays the drum. Narrator: But what instrument will George play? Narrator: George is blowing the horn. Peppa Pig: Mummy couldn’t play the horn. And Daddy couldn’t play it. And even I couldn’t play it. But George can play it. 22. Babysitting Narrator: Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig are going out for the evening. Granny Pig and Grandpa Pig are going to babysit. Peppa Pig: Granny Pig! Grandpa Pig! George: Gannie ‘ig! ‘Papa ‘ig! Granny Pig: Hello, my little ones. Grandpa Pig: Hello. Mummy Pig: Peppa, George, into your beds, quick. Daddy Pig: Good-night, my little piggies. Mummy Pig: Good-night, sleep tight. Peppa Pig: Good-night, Mummy. Good-night, Daddy. Granny Pig: What little darlings. Mummy Pig: Now go to sleep quickly. Peppa Pig: Yes, Mummy. Granny Pig: So well-behaved. Narrator: Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig are leaving for their evening out. Granny Pig: Peppa and George are so good. They just fell asleep when Mummy Pig told them to. Grandpa Pig: This babysitting is easy. Peppa Pig: George. George, are you awake? Narrator: What strange noises. Grandpa Pig: I wonder if we should check upstairs. Granny Pig: Peppa, George, are you awake? Granny Pig: Well, I never. Fast asleep. Grandpa Pig: So, it wasn’t Peppa and George making all that noise. Granny Pig: I can’t hear anything. Grandpa Pig: I think they really have fallen asleep. Let’s watch some television. TV Programme Host: Gardening. Today we are talking about roses. Grandpa Pig: Oh, I love gardening programmes. TV Programme Host: The kiftsgate is a particularly thorny rose. To prune it, start by lopping off the head, and then snip away the budding shoots. Peppa Pig: Granny Pig. Granny Pig: Peppa, George. You should be in bed asleep. Peppa Pig: George and I aren’t sleepy at all. Can we watch TV with you? Granny Pig: Well, I suppose watching a little TV might make you sleepy. Peppa Pig: Hurrah! TV Programme Host: Icelandic roses are a rare treat for the discerning horticulturist. But they are prone to lobbing in temperate habitats. Peppa Pig: This programme is very boring. Peppa Pig: Grandpa Pig, can we play that game where you throw us up and catch us? Grandpa Pig: OK, but just one turn each. Grandpa Pig: Whee! You seem heavier than before. Grandpa Pig: Now it’s George’s turn. Peppa Pig: My turn. Peppa Pig: Higher, higher! Granny Pig: Maybe Grandpa Pig is a bit tired. Peppa Pig: I know. Granny Pig, let’s play catch. Granny Pig: Uh... Peppa Pig: You’re “it.” Catch us if you can. Peppa Pig: Can’t catch me. Granny Pig: I’m going to catch you. Narrator: Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig are back home. Mummy Pig: I hope our little piggies are asleep. Daddy Pig: Hello. Anyone here? Daddy Pig: The little piggies are asleep and so are the big piggies. 23. New Shoes Narrator: Peppa and George have been playing in the garden. Daddy Pig: Peppa, where are your shoes? Peppa Pig: Oh, I’ve lost them. Mummy Pig: Well, I’m sure we can find them. Maybe we should try the garden. Peppa Pig: Yes. Narrator: Everyone is looking for Peppa’s shoes. Mummy Pig is looking in the flower bed. Peppa’s shoes are not there. Mummy Pig: Oh. Narrator: Daddy Pig is looking in the wheelbarrow. Peppa’s shoes are not there. Daddy Pig: Oh. Narrator: Peppa and George look in the flowerpots. Peppa’s shoes are not there either. George: Oh. Peppa Pig: Oh. Daddy Pig: We’ve looked everywhere, but we can’t find Peppa’s shoes. Narrator: Peppa’s shoes are lost. Peppa Pig: Now I haven’t got any shoes to wear. Mummy Pig: Poor Peppa. Your shoes were getting a bit old. We’ll buy you a new pair. Peppa Pig: Can my new shoes be red, Mummy? Mummy Pig: Of course they can. Peppa Pig: George, I’m going to have new red shoes. Narrator: Mummy Pig and Peppa are at Miss Rabbit’s shoe shop. Mummy Pig: Hello, Miss Rabbit. Miss Rabbit: Hello, Mummy Pig. Mummy Pig: We would like to buy some new shoes for Peppa, please. Peppa Pig: Red shoes. Miss Rabbit: Oh, I’m sure we can find you lovely new shoes, Peppa. Peppa Pig: Red ones. Please. Miss Rabbit: Of course. Red ones. Peppa Pig: Wow! New red shoes! Narrator: George and Daddy Pig are playing draughts. Daddy Pig: Oh, well done, George. Peppa Pig: Daddy, Daddy, look at my new shoes. They’re red! Daddy Pig: I say. They are red. Peppa Pig: Mummy, do you like my new shoes? Mummy Pig: Yes, Peppa. They make you look very smart. Peppa Pig: George, do you like my new shoes? Narrator: Everyone likes Peppa’s new shoes. Peppa Pig: I like my new shoes so much, I don’t want to ever take them off. Narrator: It is bathtime. Peppa wants to keep her new shoes on, even for her bath. Narrator: Peppa is in her pajamas. She still has her new shoes on. Narrator: Peppa even wants to wear her new shoes in bed. Mummy Pig: Peppa, are you sure you don’t want to take your shoes off? Peppa Pig: I don’t want to ever take my new shoes off, Mummy. Mummy Pig: Very well. Good-night, Peppa and George. Peppa Pig: Good-night, Mummy. Good-night, Daddy. Daddy Pig: Good-night, my little piggies. Narrator: It has been raining all night, and now the garden is very wet. Mummy Pig is wearing her boots. Daddy Pig is wearing his boots. George is wearing his boots. Peppa is still wearing her new red shoes. Narrator: George is going to play in the wet grass. Narrator: Oh, dear. Peppa loves playing in the wet grass, but she doesn’t want to get her new shoes wet. Peppa Pig: I can’t play in the wet grass, George. George: Oh. Narrator: George loves jumping in muddy puddles. Peppa loves jumping in puddles, but she doesn’t want to get her new shoes muddy. Peppa Pig: Oh. Narrator: Mummy and Daddy love jumping up and down in muddy puddles. Everyone likes jumping in muddy puddles. Narrator: Where is Peppa going? Narrator: Peppa is putting on her boots. Peppa Pig: If you jump in muddy puddles, you must wear your boots. 24. Ballet Lessons Narrator: Peppa is going to her first ballet lesson. Narrator: This is Madame Gazelle, the ballet teacher. Madame Gazelle: Aha, you must be young Peppa. I am Madame Gazelle. Peppa Pig: Hello, Madame. Madame Gazelle: Oh, so sweet. Welcome to your first lesson of the ballet. Mummy Pig: I’ll pick you up later. Peppa Pig: Bye-bye. Mummy Pig: Enjoy yourself. Narrator: Here are Peppa’s friends, Candy Cat, Suzy Sheep, Danny Dog, Rebecca Rabbit and Pedro Pony. Madame Gazelle: Children, today we have a new pupil, Peppa Pig. Now, Peppa, run and join your friends. Peppa Pig: Hello, everyone. Children: Hello, Peppa. Madame Gazelle: We begin with demi-plie. Madame Gazelle: Demi-plie. Madame Gazelle: Now, a little jump. Petit-jete. With grace and beauty. Petit-jete. Grace and beauty. Petit-jete. Grace and beauty. Narrator: The ballet lesson is a lot of fun. Madame Gazelle: Raise your arms. Imagine that you are beautiful swans. And what noise do you think a swan might make? Danny Dog: Bow-wow. Suzy Sheep: Baa. Candy Cat: Meow. Pedro Pony: Neigh. Peppa Pig: Oink. Madame Gazelle: Grace and beauty. Narrator: Peppa loves dancing. Everyone loves dancing. Peppa Pig: Mummy, Mummy, we all danced as swans. Madame Gazelle: Peppa did very well. Peppa Pig: I had to dance beautifully and gracefully. Mummy Pig: That’s lovely. Peppa Pig: Can I show you how I did it? Mummy Pig: Let’s get home first. Then you can show Daddy Pig, George and me. Peppa Pig: Bye-bye. Narrator: Peppa and Mummy Pig are home. Peppa Pig: Daddy, George, I’m going to show you how to do ballet. Daddy Pig: Is it difficult? Peppa Pig: It was easy for me, but you, George and Mummy will find it very hard. First, we need music. Peppa Pig: Good. Now, George, Daddy and Mummy, you must copy what I do. Madame Gazelle used funny words, but really it’s just bending your knees and jumping. Daddy Pig: Ah, the petit-jete. Peppa Pig: Daddy, you know the funny words. Daddy Pig: Mummy Pig and I used to be quite good at ballet. Mummy Pig: Do be careful, Daddy Pig. Daddy Pig: Our favourite was the pas de deux. Hoopla! Daddy Pig: That wasn’t quite how I remembered it. Peppa Pig: Silly Daddy Pig. Daddy Pig: Maybe we should leave the ballet to Peppa. Peppa Pig: Yes, I am the best at it. Peppa Pig: I am a beautiful swan. Oink!

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