Friday, 24 December 2010

My holiday (a letter)

Dear Mum and Dad,

I’ve been here for 3 days and I’ve fallen in love with this place. In Australia everything is like in a dream. The flight was good and without any problems.

The weather is lovely and the sun is shining the whole day. We are staying in a 5-star-hotel. The services are great and the best thing’s that we are near the sea, so we spend almost the whole day on the beach. The water is great, but a bit cold.

There’s an aqua park beside the hotel. I was impressed by the dolphins’ show the other day. There’s a popular festival here now which gathers singers, artists and entertainers from the whole world.

The food is really delicious, especially seafood.

The nightlife doesn’t know for boredom. We are in a different club every night.
I’ll buy you some souvenirs in some of antique shops. I’ll be home in a week.

Big kiss,

Your Aleksa

Aleksa Konstantinov, VII2, December 2010

Thursday, 16 December 2010

The Internet (article)

The World Wide Web, more commonly known as the Internet, binds almost all computers in the world.

It makes it possible for people to upload and download files from other computers, to send e-mails to their friends or chat online. People can find almost every information they need and they can use it even for personal education.

But, that's only a half of it. The Internet can also be dangerous, because there are many sites which are full of viruses and troyans, and some can be dangerous for children. People should be careful and pay attention to what they download or with who they talk and give names and other information.

Many people can't imagine their lives without the Internet and Facebook, and that's one of the saddest things that has happened to the mankind.


Filip Ivetić, VII3, December 2010


All teens use the Internet. It is very useful but sometimes it can ruin your health.
The Internet is very useful because it can give us lots of information. It is also fun for some games to play but you must not let it ruin your study.
However, the Internet is used wrongly by some people. They can hack in your computer and get you some viruses. It can also ruin your health so be careful.
I love the Internet and I will use it the right way.

Dejan Kovačević, VII2, December 2010


The Internet is a great shortcut to connect people from all around the world. Every Internet address starts with www, which means ’world wide web’ and most end with com.
People use the Internet for almost everything. They use it to find information. The Internet also offers a lot of games that children can enjoy. It is used to find friends, too. The most visited site is ’Facebook.’
The bad side is that some people use it to hack some sites, like banks’ or of some corporations. It also has a lot of computer viruses so our computers often get sick.
I love using the Internet because I can connect with my friends from other places as well.

Filip Smiljanić, VII2, December 2010

Sunday, 12 December 2010

The most terrifying day of my life (a story)

Think of a scary experience you've had. Write your story:
P1: who, when, where
P2: what happened, how it happened
P3: what happened in the end
P4: how you felt
Use time connectors, such as: while, after, suddenly, later, then, immediately, etc.  

It all began on a cold day in autumn, on the night of Halloween.

Milan and I decided to go to Wanja’s place, so that together we could visit a creepy, and for me the most terrifying place in Kikinda. It was somewhere around old motel, close to Wanja’s. It was about 6 p.m. when Milan and I got to his house. Then we went straight to the old motel and instead of following the road we decided to take a shortcut through the trees, and then we finally got to the bridge, and the motel was right ahead of us. On the left side of the motel was a row of abandoned houses, without doors and with broken windows, in front of which were bushes, high grass, some small trees and glass all over the ground. On the right side of the motel were some kitchens for the homeless, the windows were also broken, and at the back was another row of homes, also abandoned and destroyed.

First, we looked around and then we went in one of the back houses. I was first to go in. When I stepped in I felt the rotten smell of death and it was very cold inside. I walked into the first room. There was a bed, a broken mirror and one window. The walls were all torn, ripped up and on some places even burnt. The bed was covered with a white blanket and there was also a torn pillow. Then we heard a noise. A woman’s screams somewhere in the kitchens. Then we heard voices and whispers at the window. We ran out and got back to the bridge. It was already seven o’clock. The night had already fallen. Then we decided to see what was on the left side of the motel. Wanja had a flashlight so he went first. We wen through the bushes and high grass and we got to the first doors. The door was lying on the ground and when we got to the entrance of that room it suddenly got warm. It was so dark so we couldn’t see a thing, but we knew something was moving in that room. Wanja pointed the torch at the room and we saw the same torn walls, the same broken mirror, and the worst of all, that same bed. Our hearts went beating like crazy, we wished that it was a dream, but it wasn’t. The bed was covered with blood and it was dripping on the floor. There was an open door on the right wall and we saw a bloody arm going through that door. Wanja dropped his flashlight, the room went dark again and everything got hot. At that moment it was almost as if our hearts stopped beating. We only heard the noise and screams in our ears. Then everything got cold again and we started running as if the devil was chasing us.

We safely got back to our homes. At that moment we were all relieved it was all over.

Filip Ivetić, VII3, December 2010 


Filip always wanted to go to that old, scary house and now we were finally there. I was the leader, so I went in first. When we were in, we started looking around. I saw some old furnace and Filip found some coloured pieces of glass that we thought were precious stones. We were still looking for something, when, suddenly, the roof began to crumble and we were afraid. Filip started running towards the exit but I couldn’t because I was unconscious. When I came to, I felt being dragged by Filip. When we were safe we felt relieved.

Milan Reljin, VII3, December 2010


It was about 11 o’clock in the evening. My family and I had just finished our dinner and wanted to go to bed. We were in our family house, as usual.

In the middle of the night, we all heard a loud noise and woke up. We looked at each other and wondered what had happened. At the same time the ground started shaking. It was a strong earthquake. It was much stronger than it looks on TV. We couldn’t move. We crawled to our basement as quickly as possible. The second we all went in, something huge fell onto our house. A cloud of dust and smoke was around.

When everything finally stopped, we went outside. We couldn’t believe what we saw. There was a plane crash, as well. The whole city was destroyed. We felt lucky to survive this natural disaster.

Aleksa Konstantinov, VII2, December 2010

Monday, 22 November 2010

Photos (project)

This was a whole-class project on the topic of stars, done by my young pupils in class III6 in November 2010:

Generation 2001

Sunday, 19 September 2010

Greetings from... (postcards)

Dear Mac, 

Greetings from the beautiful island of Hawaii. This is the most wonderful place ever, and I’m having a great time. I just got here yesterday and I have already taken surfing lessons, tried some local dishes and got a bad case of sunburn when I was enjoying my lunch at the beach. Now I look like a pepper, but because of the sunburn I haven’t climbed the volcano. Tonight we are going to sit by the campfire telling stories and making smokes. 

Well, see you when I get back, 

Csaba 

Čaba Kurunci, VII5, September 2010 


Dear Jovan, 

Greetings from Egypt! I am sorry I haven’t written you before, but I’ve been on holidays. So I’m writing from Cairo, the capital city of Egypt to let you know how I’m getting on. 

It’s hot and sunny and I’m having a fantastic time. I’m staying at a big hotel at the city centre. I’ve been here since Friday and I’ve already done lots of interesting things. 

Last Monday I went to Giza. I saw the Great Pyramids and Sphinx. The view from up close was breathtaking! On Thursday I took a boat trip down the Nile. It was great. I’ve taken lots of photos so far. On Saturday I came back to Giza and climbed on top of Cheops’s pyramid. 

I’ve also been shopping at the stores and big markets in the centre and bought a lot of little pyramids and sphinxes. 

We’re coming back next Sunday, so I’ll see you then. 

Take care, 

Filip 

Filip Ivetić, VII3, September 2010

Tuesday, 8 June 2010

Sweet House (kids singing)

Here's another lovely song from our books.

The lyrics are:

Sweet house, sweet house,
Open the door and let us in.

A house made of chocolate,
A house made of chocolate,
Yum, yum, yum!

(A house made of ice cream, A house made of cake, A house made of biscuits)


This is how my II4 class sang it at the beginning of June 2010:
video
Natalia Sakal, II6
Tijana Varađanin, II2
Anja Vučić, II2

Sunday, 6 June 2010

Days of the Week (kids chanting)

This chant is perfect for learning and revising the days of the week. A lot of my pupils find it amusing and ask to chant it every lesson.

Here are the words:

Monday, Tuesday, Monday, Tuesday,
Two days of the week,
Two days of the week,
But what's next?
Wednesday!
 
(and so on, until you come to Sunday)

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday,
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday,
Seven days of the week,
Seven days of the week,
But what's next?
Next week!


This is how my classes II2 and II4 chanted in June 2010:
video
video

Thursday, 3 June 2010

The Wheels on the Bus (kids singing)

My younger pupils find this song super, especially the mummy and baby part.

Here are the lyrics to sing along, but don't forget the moves:

The wheels on the bus go round and round,
round and round, round and round.
The wheels on the bus go round and round,
all day long.

(the children on the bus go wriggle, wriggle, wriggle; the mummies on the bus go don't do that, don't do that, don't do that; the daddies on the bus go read, read, read; the babies on the bus go whaa, whaa, whaa)


Here's the performance of my class II1 in June 2010:
video

Friday, 28 May 2010

Monday, 10 May 2010

Sports and activities (essays)

My favourite sport is volleyball. I love it because it is a very exciting and interesting sport. I’ve played it for a year and a couple of months and I play it every day in elementary school ‘Jovan Popović.’
Volleyball has lots of advantages. To start with, it is very good for your health. Another good side is that you can meet a lot of new friends, just like me. I met my best friend on my first volleyball practice. Volleyball is also a very challenging and competitive sport. In addition, you can see a lot of new, interesting places and you can travel a lot.
However, volleyball has a few flaws. One of them is that you can easily get hurt. But if you hurt your leg or your arm, you can’t play.
It isn’t a very expensive sport. You only have to have good and comfortable trainers.
When I play volleyball I’m very happy and fulfilled. My dream is to be a successful volleyball player, become a volleyball coach or anything to deal with volleyball.

Doroteja Živković, VIII1, 5 May 2010

 
I want to describe my favourite sport, bowling.
Bowling is widely-spread in most countries, especially in the USA. It is a very interesting but strange sport for the people in our country. I’ve gone bowling for about two years. I bowl at my bowling club three times a week.
Bowling has a lot of good sides. To start with, it is good for your health. It is very competitive, exciting and safe for me.I like it because I enjoy spending my time bowling and I haven’t made a mistake with taking this sport. My body grows in the right direction thanks to this sport. It keeps me fit, too. You can also meet a lot of friends and travel to different places.
However, there are a few bad sides. It can be dangerous because you can get hurt. For example, you can pull a muscle, or sprain your wrist.
I love bowling because it is great fun. It is also a very competitive and interesting sport. It makes me feel excited, healthier and fitter.

Jelena Sivčev, VIII1, 5 May 2010

 
My favourite sport is basketball. I love that sport because it is the most interesting for me. I played basketball three years at the Technical School, but on holiday I played it at my elementary school. I had trainings three times a week. Every other week we had a match.
Basketball is good for your health and growth and progress of your body. You can also make some new friends.
On the other hand, many sports are expensive, just like basketball. I stopped playing that sport because it is very expensive. The first time a membership was four hundred dinars, but later it was eight hundred dinars. From that time I haven’t played basketball at all. But five weeks ago I played basketball for my elementary school and we were the third on the tournament.
For equipment you must wear a T-shirt, shorts and trainers, and you need a basketball.
Basketball is my favourite sport because it is very interesting and competitive.

Robert Karačonji, VIII1, 5 May 2010

 
My favourite sport is tennis. I have practised it regularly for two and a half years. I have trainings three times a week, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
My coach’s name is Jole. He is very amusing and we have a lot of fun.
We are also very active. The boys and girls practise together. I love practising because it is fun, we are active and we usually never fight. But, sometimes we have a quarrel or two about the points and where the ball dropped. Another reason why I love training is because we always hang out together and we kid with each other.
I love tennis and I am going to continue training, firstly, because of my friends, and secondly, because I want to be better and improve myself in the future.

Nataša Aranbašić, VIII1, 5 May 2010

 
My favourite activity is folk dance. It’s very exciting and I danced for five years. Then I stopped for a few weeks but came back for one month. My practices were on Monday, Wednesday and Friday in the ’Gusle’ Club. I stopped training because I didn’t have much free time, and I didn’t like my coach.
It isn’t a very expensive activity. You get all the equipment when you start to dance.
On trainings I made a lot of new friends, and on the competitions I met a lot of new people.
Folk dance is good for my health and recreation. It isn’t as competitive as football or basketball, but it is more interesting.
On the competitions you have to wear traditional costumes. Every coach has to create a choreography which you have to learn on practices. It’s good to learn the basics of folk dance, because you can perform it on the weddings or any other celebrations like that.
I love this activity because I like dancing and this is Serbian traditional dance. Even if I don’t practise it any more, I will always love to do the folk dance.

Marija Kozomara, VIII1, 5 May 2010

Wednesday, 28 April 2010

A Strange Dream (articles)

In my dream it was a rainy spring afternoon. I was having a nap. Suddenly, I heard a strange noise. I woke up and saw a little shiny ball. It was heading after me. I couldn’t move. I was just looking. Suddenly, I felt a pain in my back. Something started to grow. Those were wings. The shiny ball was a little fairy. Then she started flying. I started too. We were happy and… I woke up.

Milica Marić, VI2, April 2010


Monday, 26 April 2010

My Favourite Sport (articles)

My favourite sport is football. It is exciting and thrilling.
I have played it since I was six. I play it with my friends.
Football is challenging and competitive. That is why I like it.
It is also dangerous because you can easily hurt yourself, like twist your ankle, pull a muscle or something like that.
I like to play football because it will keep me fit and in good shape.

Mihailo Kozomara, VI1, April 2010

My favourite sport is football. I think that football is competitive.
I have played it for five years. I play it at my football club.
Football is good for your health. You can also make a lot of friends.
However, it can be dangerous. You can break your leg. It is expensive, too. You need special shoes and kit, but it is paid well.
I like football because it is thrilling. It makes me feel happy.

Aleksandar Petrović, VI1, April 2010

My favourite sport is soccer, because it is popular.
Soccer is a very challenging and competitive sport.
On the other side, it is very expensive, because of all the gear you must buy. You must have bone protectors, soccer boots and of course a ball for practice.
In this sport you can easily get hurt, because it is very dangerous. You can twist your ankle, break your leg, or even worse.
I love this sport because it is lots of fun and everybody plays it.

Stanislav Šegrt, VI1, April 2010

My favourite sport is karate. I really enjoy it.
I have done it for three and a half months now. It is fun, because you learn a lot of moves for only one hour. And I never get tired! Really rarely. You can meet a lot of new people there. Plus, it is challenging.
But, the bad thing is you can pull your muscles a bit. And it is expensive. The kimono costs around three thousand dinars. Or even more.
But, I love what I do.
By the way, I do karate in the sports centre every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
I really love martial arts, and my favourite one is karate!
See you soon!

Anđela Kovljenić, VI1, April 2010

My favourite sport is basketball. I’ve played basketball since I was eight. I go to the training sessions every weekdays, except Wednesday, from 6pm to 7.30pm. I think it is a very exciting sport.
Basketball has got a lot of good sides. It is good for your health and helps you to be fit. It is a very competitive and challenging sport.
However, there are some bad sides. There are all kinds of injuries, especially twisted ankle and pulled muscle. Also, some exercises are very boring.
Basketball makes me really happy and relaxed and I would recommend it to all.

Aleksa Konstantinov, VI2, April 2010

My favourite sport is tennis. It is a very challenging and exciting sport.
When I play tennis I feel very happy.
I have played it for two years, since 2008.
This sport has good sides, but also some bad ones.
The good side is that it is healthy and the heart of a tennis player is the most developed heart of all other sport players’.
The bad side is that the equipment is quite expensive. You need a racquet, tennis balls and a special outfit. There are also some injuries. You can twist your ankle, for example.
I have trainings on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Sometimes on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. I play it in a tennis club, but I am not a member of the club.
I like tennis because you must run a lot and I love to run. That is the main reason.

Filip Smiljanić, VI2, April 2010

My favourite sport is volleyball. I have trained it for two years. I like it very much.
I have trainings every weekend for 80 minutes. The training is fun but needs a lot of effort.
Sometimes volleyball can be dangerous. You can pull a muscle or twist your ankle, for example.
This sport is good for girls because they get a beautiful body.
I love this sport because it is challenging, exciting and thrilling.

Doroteja Čikić, VI2, April 2010

My favourite sport is basketball.
I started practising basketball three years ago. I practise basketball three times a week.
In my team there are many good players. We help each other.
I like the matches best. During the match I can show what I have learnt. The game is very exciting.
I’ve got some posters of my favourite basketball players. They are Mc Caleb and Roberts.
My dream is to become the best basketball player. I hope one day it will come true.

Jovana Kojić, VI2, April 2010

Sunday, 18 April 2010

The Media (for-and-against articles)

Think about the advantages and disadvantages of different media. You may use the following ideas to write your article:
P1: Introduction - state topic 
P2: Advantages and reasons
P3: Disadvantages and reasons
P4: Opinion
Don't forget to use the linking words, such as: First, Second, In addition (list/add points), For instance (introduce examples), However (show contrast), To sum up (conclude), etc.

TELEVISION

Television - we can watch a lot of interesting stuff on it, but is all that good?
To start with, there are a lot of channels on TV, not only from our country, but other countries as well. As a result, you have a bigger choice of programmes, films, TV series, different TV shows, and things like that.
However, TV can be bad for us because we spend a lot of time in front of it, instead of going outside with our friends. TVs are also very expensive, especially those with an excellent resolution.
All in all, we can find a lot of interesting and great stuff on TV, but we should learn to control ourselves.

Nataša Aranbašić, Snežana Vlajnić, Aleksandar Ćurčin and Ivan Pajić, VIII1, April 2010

THE INTERNET

A lot of people today have the Internet. They spend hours using it, but is this good or bad?
First, you can be in contact with your friends who live far away from you, chat with them, talk on the microphone, or watch them on your monitor via video camera. Second, you can search for information in other countries and regions. You can also listen to music or watch videos and films on the Internet.
However, the Internet can be dangerous for your computer. For example, somebody can hack or spam it with mail. Also, too much time in front of your computer is bad for your health.
To conclude, the Internet is a source of information around the world, but we need to use it sensibly.

Aleksandar Katai, Dragan Grbić and Maja Rofa, VIII1, April 2010


MOBILE PHONES

Today, each man or woman has a mobile phone. Even younger people have it. It is very useful, but has a lot of flaws, too.
One positive side is that mobile phones are useful for communication. For example, you can talk to your friend who is in Spain or some other country. You can also do a lot of interesting things with mobile phones. You can listen to music, take some pictures or watch videos, for instance. Moreover, you can get some interesting information on it.
On the other hand, mobile phones are very expensive. They can also crash fast. Another flaw is that if a mobile phone falls down, it breaks, immediately. And when it breaks, its repair is very expensive. In addition, people lose interest in other, smarter things, because of mobile phones. In fact they spend a lot of time using them.
To sum up, you would not be able to do lots of interesting things without mobile phones, but you should use them more responsibly.

Doroteja Živković, Jelena Sivčev, Željko Živkov and Mirjana Popović, VIII1, April 2010

Thursday, 18 March 2010

Pictionary

Animal Parade (song)

Here's another cute action song from our books, sung by my class II5 in March 2010.

The lyrics are as follows: 
Chorus
Come and see the animals
Come and see the parade.

Here comes the elephant
With his funny nose
Come and see the elephant
With his funny nose!

Chorus

Here comes the monkey
With his funny face
Come and see the monkey
With his funny face!

Chorus

Here comes the crocodile
With his funny tail
Come and see the crocodile
With his funny tail!

Chorus

Saturday, 27 February 2010

Municipal Foreign Languages Competition 2010

Nikola, Katarina, Danijela & Marija
Municipal Foreign Languages Competition took place on 27 February 2010. One of my oldest students, Marija Kozomara VIII1, did her best to complete the grammar test and won 30 points.

The competitors were asked to:
- circle the correct option to complete the text,
- fill in the text by using the given word,
- find and correct the mistakes in sentences,
- use the active or passive voice of the verbs in brackets to complete the text,
- fill in the blanks with suitable words and
- write three Wh-questions for a sentence.

Saturday, 20 February 2010

Valentine's Day 2010

video

And now some poetry:

Love Story

I still remember the day
When my love ran away.

Day and night
I was always by your side.

I don’t know why, but without you
It’s hard to survive.

It’s true, so true,
I’m still in love with you.

Milica Marić, VI2, February 2010


It’s a little magic

Snowflakes are falling,
Holidays are here,
We get together
It’s the best time of the year.

Wishes come true upon a star
No matter where you are
It’s a little magic,
Something wonderful.

I see it, believe it,
I get the feeling,
Nothing’s impossible
When I’m with you.

Ratko Stanković, VI1, February 2010

Friday, 12 February 2010

Mysteries (notes)

It happened when I was ten years old. My parents were not at home so I was alone all day. I just finished watching the “Home Alone” films, made myself something to eat and surfed the Net for a while. Since I had to wake up early for school, I lay on my bed, but simply could not sleep. At midnight sharp something started knocking on my window. I was scared. I looked through the window and there was nothing. Suddenly, the door started to open... I could not move. A ghost appeared right in front of me. It looked like it was my grandfather who died ten years ago. I felt peaceful then. He laughed and showed me a book called “Ghosts, witches and monsters”. Just for a second I closed my eyes and when I opened them again my grandfather was gone. It was the sight which I will never forget.

Denis Nastovski, VI2, February 2010


I was nine years old if I can remember... My mum was going to work, when I had a strange dream.
It was a rainy day, my mum was riding a bike when suddenly she fell down and broke her finger. I was running to help her, but then I woke up. When I woke up, I got the phone as quickly as possible and called her.... Her boss answered the phone and told me that she was in hospital... I waited for her to come back home... When she came back, I saw that her finger was broken... I asked her how she did that and she told me that she fell down. For about four years I have been trying to solve this mystery, but I still haven’t. (Maybe, I need to call the MYTHBUSTERS!!!!).....

Filip Smiljanić, VI2, February 2010 


It was a dark and rainy night. I was having a bath when the phone rang. I went to the phone and answered it. I heard a scary, noisy voice on the other side, saying, ‘You’ll die in six days, six hours and six minutes!’ I was scared and couldn’t sleep all night. But the next day at school I found out that the scary voice on the phone was my friend Filip’s and that it was a joke. 

Milan Reljin, VI3, February 2010 


It was raining. Max felt bored watching through the window. He turned around and saw the house was in a mess... everything was covered with white sheets. He freaked out. He went to the kitchen and saw two monks sitting on the chairs. He sat on the rocking chair. One of the monks jumped up and pointed his finger straight to Max. Another one stepped on his foot and started singing and spilling water all around the place. At that moment, Max felt pain, like something was cutting him apart. Then he realized that those monks were getting rid of ghosts, and that he was probably a ghost himself. The monks then banished him. Spooky!

Rastko Zamurović, VI2, February 2010

Friday, 22 January 2010

What's the weather like? (kids singing)

This is a catchy song, with the modern beat, perfect for learning the weather words.

Here are the lyrics to sing along:

What's the weather like?
What's the weather like?
Tell me, please
What's the weather like?
Listen to me
Woo, whoo, whoo
Listen to me
It's windy!

What's the weather like?
What's the weather like?
Tell me, please
What's the weather like?

Listen to me
Drip drop, drip drop,
Listen to me
It's rainy!

What's the weather like?
What's the weather like?
Tell me, please
What's the weather like?

Listen to me
Crunch, crunch, crunch
Listen to me
It's snowy!

Here, it's sung by my II6 class:

video

Monday, 11 January 2010

Storytime

The Elf and the Fairy


Once upon a time, in a small village called Elven, there lived a little elf, Monica.
Monica had super powers, bud nobody knew that. She was the protector of a crystal called ‘the Kiss of Eve.’
One day, while Monica was walking in the forest, picking berries, she heard some noise. Monica was scared at first, but soon realised that the noise came from the little fairy Susan. Susan had golden wings and she told Monica that she was her protector fairy.
Monica asked the fairy, ‘Can I talk to you, please?’ And they started talking… The fairy was so happy; she found her elf and a friend.
A few days later, when Monica woke up, she called Susan, but she didn’t come. Monica called out Susan’s name again, but there was no reply. So, Monica went to Susan’s place. But, Susan wasn’t there. Instead, she found a note saying, ‘If you want to see your fairy, bring me the yellow berry.’
Monica tried to find the berry alone, but had no luck. So, she had to ask a powerful wizard for help. The wizard offered to give her the yellow berry, but asked something else in return, ‘I’ll give you the yellow berry, if you give me the water potion of Aura.’
Monica could make magic potions, but this was the only one she couldn’t make. She tried to find it and had more luck this time. As soon as she gave the potion to the wizard, he gave her the promised yellow berry for the Demon.
It was a strong and smart demon, whose heart was pure evil, and nobody trusted him. But, Monica had to trust him. She went to the forest and called him out. The Demon came and Monica gave him the yellow berry. Then, she told him to release the fairy, but he couldn’t, saying, ‘She is in the hands of Devil Locke.’
Monica flew to Locke’s place and found him playing a game with Susan. The game was called ‘Play or pay’ and it was a cool and interesting game. Monica didn’t know what to do, but the fairy told her to sit and watch.
Locke was a master of tricks and jokes, and he had the first round. ‘No rules? I will still play fair!’ the fairy thought. But, Locke still cheated, and he almost won, but… at the last moment, she won. Monica was happy and the fairy was too. Locke told Susan, ‘Great game!’ and he flew away.
Monica and Susan decided to always be together and they lived happily ever after.

Milica and Stevan Marić, November 2009