Rocket Making in Space Camp

Indian High School Dubai
I love my IHS
From the Staff Editor’s Desk
Teachers and schools are well-acquainted with the intricacies, difficulties and
rewards of bringing out the school magazine. But what about the sheer joy of
endless creativity in an electronic magazine? This could be an outlet for even the
most hesitant child to express ideas and get into a very personalized Hall of Fame
– a great way to prepare students to be proactive global citizens.
How does one begin to set the ball rolling for such an endeavor? Who can the
teacher turn to? How does the teacher include students in this enterprise?
Since it is the e-magazine, let’s go the electronic way. All students from K.G to
grade 12 are invited and encouraged to contribute to their magazine ‘eexpressions’. It is simple to do this, just mail your articles, poems, sketches,
quizzes, a book review or even a movie review to [email protected]
along with your name and class. We will appreciate if you mail your passport
size photograph in school uniform along with your write up. You can flaunt your
linguistics credentials by penning your thoughts in Arabic, English, French and
From the very beginning when the first words were uttered, the ability to
communicate has played an important role in our world.
Whether within our own thoughts, spoken or written, words have the power to
transform the world we live in.
Love, laughter, heroism, friendship, and virtually every emotion we feel as human
beings can be inspired by words. Unfortunately, fear, anger, and hatred, can also
be invoked by words.
Language is at its best when used to inspire others to find the best in themselves.
So you have a platform here to emote the power of words – come join me in
creating this tapestry of words woven in a plethora of expressions.
Sonia Kohli
Musings of
the Head Girl
Krisha Mehta
Imagine a spacious house opposite, the Dubai
Museum and now look outside your classroom
window and take in the majestic sight of our school
grounds, think of the Garhoud branch and the yet to
come Silicon Oasis Campus. ‘Rome was not built in a
day’ they say and neither was our prestigious school.
Bharat Vidhyalaya started out in 1961 as a school to 16-18 students, taught by Hemkala Behn (in 1961).
Now it has grown into the well known and respected The Indian High School, home to 9419 students and
864 members of staff. It’s astonishing yet amazing to see how our school has developed from a Hindi
medium school conducting sports day with events like ‘Kabaddi’, celebrating Republic Day in a place called
Jumeirah Cinema which does not even exist anymore to the school as we know and love today. Our school
has been constantly developing and reinventing itself.
In 1971, Bharat Vidhyalaya shifted its base to the current Zabeel campus donated by H.H. Sheikh Rashid Bin
Saeed Al Makhtoum and started out as a CBSE affiliated English medium school called The Indian High
School. In 1977, under the leadership of the then Principal, Dr. Moti Prakash and Headmaster, Mr. J.C. Shah,
our school had around 5000 students with our school campus consisting of the Gandhi and Nehru Blocks
and also an old building and few cabins in place of the Rashid Block. Can you imagine our school with only
3-4 buses , a sand pit in place of the beautiful lawn, ice-creams and soft drinks being served in the canteen?
No luxuries of the famous Sheikh Rashid Auditorium and oh! no PA system, just the sound of the plain old
classic bell.
In August 1988, the Branch school in Garhoud was inaugurated. Since 1995, under the guidance of Mr.
Ashok Kumar our school has never looked back and has been developing tremendously. We have been
blessed to have such great visionaries who have helped us to greater heights of glory. The infrastructural
facilities, extra-curricular activities, clubs, the profile of dignitaries who have visited our school all stand
testimony to our school’s achievement.
But school has never been about the buildings and walls that adorn it, it is about its students, teachers, staff
and management. A member of the staff who has been a student in this school feels that our school was
the best then and is the best even now! The management feels proud to have been able to guide our school
to its 50th glory. Teachers take pride in the fact that they have imparted knowledge and molded lives of
students for 50 glorious years. Students simply revel in the pride and take in the joys of being part of the
50th Golden Jubilee Celebrations of their second home where they have learned the ways of life.
Feel proud to be part of such an illustrious institutions...
to be part of a Legacy...
Clap a little, tap a
little, one, two, three
Dance a little, sing a
little, when you are
Slide a little, run a
little, nod your head
Pray a little, talk a
little, rest in your bed.
-Anjana Pai - 1-D
If school were more like baseball,
We’d only have to play.
We’d hand out in the sunshine,
And run around all day.
We wouldn’t have to study,
We’d practice and we’d train.
And the best of all, they’d cancel,
Whenever there was rain.
-Neha Hemnani 1-D
World of Books
Books are a treasure
Which give me pleasure
With joy and happiness
Reading with greatness
Books give me knowledge
This improves my language
Gives me good vocabulary
And writing skills too!
I love reading books
It is my hobby too
Books are my friends
For which I care and share
I refer to my dictionary
For difficult words and
I never tear pages
From my precious books
I’m happy to be a bookworm
So I read and read and read.
Prarthanaa. S
My robot does my homework.
He helps me every night.
The trouble is he doesn’t get
Too many answers right.
He’d probably do better
At homework but, you see,
I built him, so he only knows
The things he learned from me.
Gyanchand 2M
For teaching children
To help them as they
Let this poem remind
Teachers are the
best we know.
Sahil Lakhani 1S
Let us not cut down trees.
If there are no trees in the
forests birds and animals
will have no home. There
will be no trees to give
them shade, no flowers
and no fruits. There will be
no rain. There will be no
water to drink and no
food to eat. There will be
no oxygen to breathe in.
we cannot imagine such
a life.
So let us grow more trees.
Kinial Manoj Zinjuwadia 6E
If Life Were Like A Computer:
You could add/remove someone in your life using the control panel.
You could put your kids in the recycle bin and restore them when you feel
like it!
You could improve your appearance by adjusting the display settings.
You could turn off the speakers when life gets too noisy.
You could click on “find” (Ctrl, F) to recover your lost remote control and
car keys.
To get your daily exercise, just click on "run"!
If you mess up your life, you could always press "Ctrl, Alt, and Delete"
and start all over!
Jerome Jose - X – N
When you feel sad and betrayed
Who can you count on every single day?
When you feel lost and alone
Who will be there for you in every way?
When you've made mistakes and bad decisions
Who can you count on to tell you you're wrong?
When you feel you can't go on
Who will be there with a feel-better song?
Look into your heart and you will find
That person you can trust is not far away.
Look deep into yourself, don't give up,
For if you do, it's yourself you'll betray.
When you're looking for answers
To all your questions and dreams,
There is one person you can count on,
It's impossible, I know, it seems.
But take a few moments to look deeper inside.
Look into your heart and there you will see.
You'll be surprised when you find out
That you've been looking at ME
Sanjiv Suresh 10-L
I H S Camping at Huntsville,
Alabama, USA
Cant think of a subject because there were so many memories
attached with each snap.
Well, I do remember the experiment name, it was: Chemical
reactions in a baggie....
Anaab and I were performing this experiment while Shreya was
doing the checklists part......
It was an amazing experience there....and for me....I guess it was
not just the educational part where I got to learn from......
I got to learn a lot from our counselor,
Mr. Jeff Livingston.....
Also, the way all the other staff
members treated us.......
They all were so polite and so very
calm.....We actually felt like learning
all these things from them.....
Also, I loved the way our teachers
were so involved with the students
and actually took care of each and
every need of ours!!!
Karishma Adnani
Rocket Making in Space
Hardeep Singh
Team Von Braun
Our first activity in space camp
was rocket making. The challenge
was to make a rocket out of the
materials given by them and
launching it with the egg in the
payload section. Our Priority was
to ensure that the egg was safe
after the launch and descent of
the rocket. We were given a
presentation by our counsellor to
help us in making our own
functional rocket. We made a
rocket with limited credits for
buying the materials and it was
launched it successfully .The end
result was disappointing. The
rocket flew so high that the first
two stages i.e. payload section
along with the recovery system
was lost into the green trees so we
never knew whether the egg
Rocket making was the most
exciting and fun activity for me at
Space camp.
“Awesome “ is the only word I
can think of when I start to
describe the “ Space Camp“.
The space camp enhanced in each
of our group members team spirit
, technical skills and Space
Knowledge. It actually helped us
correlate knowledge to real life
situation. It brought out the leader
in me and gave a boost to my
Teachers became our good mates
- our approachable mentors who
guided us.
All in all it has made me respect
my School.- IHS for giving Students
this Remarkable Opportunity , “ A
One in One’s Life “ .
Chris Vincent 10L
Sanskrit Literature
India has 22 officially recognized
languages, and a huge variety of
literature has been produced in
these languages over the years.
Hindu literary traditions dominate
a large part of Indian culture. Apart
from the Vedas, which are a
sacred form of knowledge, there
are other works such as the Hindu
epics Ramayana and Mahabharata,
treatises such as Vaastu Shastra
in architecture and town planning,
and Arthashastra in political
science. The most famous works
in Sanskrit are the Hindu holy
texts like the Vedas, Upanishads,
and Manusmriti.
Shreyas patwardhan
The Curious Mind
Chitra Idnani 12 Sc C
It is said that what a person dreams about (not daydreams, mind!) is just a
reflection of his deepest fears or desires. I, however, don’t quite believe that. My
dreams neither point out my fears nor do they indicate any sort of desire. But if
you consider the dreams when I end up tearing and burning my Science books (I
am not fond of Science, see; I would do much better in college without it), or the
ones where I soar above the highest peaks of mountains and glide in the deepest
oceans, I suppose you could say that my innermost desires and fears are, both,
fulfilled in these mysterious visions.
But my dreams are all of a similar pattern and they don’t really do a good job of
portraying my fear or desire. What sort of fear or desire do you propose is
embedded in my floating on green water, suddenly realising that my Economics
teacher is observing me? If you think it’s the part of the teacher that would freak
me out, I would stop you right there because she is a very sweet woman and by
far, the only teacher who made the right judgment of me as a mad woman.
Another thing that I am not in full agreement with is the stipulated duration of
each dream. So, what is the deal about dreams lasting for just two seconds?
Upon my soul, I swear I have had a very, very creepy dream involving a wedding,
the murder of a dog and chopping off of my fingers; all events slowly transpiring
over a few days! I would never believe that that dream lasted for just two
Yet there is something about dreams- probably that mysterious, invisible veil
that separates it from the rest of the world- that gives me the greatest pleasures.
It gives me refuge in a world that is entirely my own, where I can find my own
way. I can go against myself and still live those stipulated two seconds with great
passion. I can soar above the highest peaks of mountains and glide in the
deepest oceans.
Nothing can make me reconsider my actions or pause and wait for the right
Amandeep Ahuja
Some Strange Facts…
•A cheetah does not roar like a lion - it purrs like a cat (meow).
•Lightning strikes about 6,000 times per minute on this planet!
•A chameleon's tongue is twice the length of its body.
•A rat can last longer without water than a camel can.
•A typical bed usually houses over 6 billion dust mites.
•A woodpecker can peck twenty times a second.
• A crocodile cannot stick its tongue out.
•A crocodile can't move its tongue and cannot chew. Its digestive juices are so
strong that it can digest a steel nail.
•All polar bears are left handed.
•Ants don't sleep.
•The first steam powered train was invented by Robert Stephenson. It was
called the Rocket.
•The blue whale is the largest animal on earth. The heart of a blue whale is as
big as a car, and it's tongue is as long as an elephant.
•The only 2 animals that can see behind itself without turning it's head are the
rabbit and the parrot.
•"Almost" is the longest word in the English language with all the letters in
alphabetical order.
•A hippopotamus can run faster than a man.
•The only 15 letter word that can be spelled without repeating a letter is
•Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia is the fear of long words.
•Did you know it was the Chinese who made the first wheelbarrow?
•If you yelled for 8 years, 7 months and 6 days, you would have produced
enough sound energy to heat one cup of coffee.
•It's impossible to sneeze with your eyes open.
•Americans on the average eat 18 acres of pizza every day.
•The word four has four letters. In the English language there is no other
number whose number of letters is equal to its value.
•The ant can lift 50 times its own weight, can pull 30 times its own weight and
always falls over on its right side when intoxicated.
•One thousand contains the letter A, but none of the words from one to nine
hundred ninety-nine has an A.
•Did you know that books can breathe? People visiting the British Museum
complained of getting headaches. This was because books seem to absorb or
"breathe" in air and "breathe" out smells of their own. There were so many old
books in the Museum that there was no fresh air left which meant people got
headaches from breathing in bad air!!
Abijah Macmillan (Grade: 10 – ‘O’)
With great pride they walk upon the fields...
always an extra edge in their heels.
Fabregas, Lampard n Terry r few to name..
modern-day legends of the game.
Running, Jumping n diving for the ball ..
n many a time ending up with a great big fall.
Each player with his own position ...
set to take-on the opposition.
Adrenaline pumping ....heart rate's fast!
decisions need to be made at half past.
Into the 2nd half ... the game gets intense..
Fatigue starts showing....few need a rest.
Coach's decision to bring a sub on...
might pay off at 75 minutes gone.
Few minutes to go .... concentration is required..
a goal at this time might get you fired !
Final whistle blows ..... a sigh of relief...
few will rejoice n others will show grief.
Vinayak R Patil – 11 Sc G
I call thee Music
To bring a smile to my face
To put a hop in my step
To surround people in emotion
When I sing a song
Emotions soar high
I can connect with myself through you
I can feel like myself again
You engulf me in joy
So deep I could drown
But you also make me cry
And forget all but me
You remind me of my love
My life, My friends, My laughter
And all I associate with then
Your melody completes my life.
When I crank up the volume
Everything else is just background noise
So take me to land of bliss!
I call thee music..
Sakshi Jain 12Sc C
Le Plaisir de Lire
Le Livre est comme un meilleur ami d'une personne. Il est un ami
qui n'est jamais déloyal. Les Livres rendent notre vie plus facile à
mener car ils nous renseignent sur différents modes de la vie de
premier plan. Les livres sont utiles ainsi que instructive. Une
personne ne va jamais se sentir seul en présence des livres.
Dans la compagnie des livres, une personne ne se sentira jamais
s'ennuyer et aime la lecture à chaque instant.
Les livres font une personne fascinée par leur contenu intéressant.
Le meilleur exemple d'être un ami du livre peut être vu pendant les
longs trajets quand une personne n'a rien à faire que de s'asseoir et
d'attendre sa destination.
Pendant la lecture d'un livre lui fera oublier le temps qui se passe. Les
livres sont de toutes sortes et pour de nombreux sujets tels que la
psychologie, la philosophie, anglais, finance, commerce, informatique,
pharmacie, etc… J’obtiens un grand plaisir de lire des livres car elle
augmente ma connaissance. Je retire beaucoup de satisfaction quand
je lis des livres. J'aime lire des livres et c'est le plaisir de ma lecture.
en France
Charlemagne a inventé l’école il ya plus de 1000ans.
Les Français sont très attachés à leur système scolaire.
La scolarité est obligatoire et gratuite de 6 ans à 16 ans
et tous ont le même enseignement.
L’enseignement compté trois degrés: Primaire,
Secondaire, Supérieur. Les élèves entrent l’école
maternelle à l’âge de 3 ans à 6 ans. Ensuite c’est
l’école primaire pour les élèves de 6 ans à 11 ans. Puis
c’est le collège pour les élèves de 11 ans à 15 ans. Le
brevet est le diplôme délivré dans au collège. Ensuite
les étudiants vont au lycée général ou au lycée
professionnel de 15 ans à 18 ans où on obtient le
baccalauréat. Avec le baccalauréat les étudiants
entrent l’université.
La Sorbonne est la plus ancienne université de Paris
crée en 1257 par Robert de Sorbonne.
Aparna Biju
La Recette pour La Bouillabaisse
2 oignons
2 tomates
2 cuillères de l’huile d’olive
2 litres de l’eau
Bouillez de l’eau dans une casserole.
Ajoutez le sel et le poivre
Ajoutez les tomates, les oignons, de l’ail, du thym, du persil et du laurier.
Ajoutez l’huile d’olive
Laissez mijoter 15 minutes
Servez chaud.
Gouthami Kamalnath
Mon chien
Mon chien s’appelle Bronzo. Il est très joli. Il est très fidèle. Il aime
manger de la viande.
Il aime jouer avec moi dans le jardin.
Il aboie à quelqu'un qui s'approche chez moi.
Il m'attend toujours près de la porte quand je reviens de l'école.
J'aime Bronzo beaucoup parce qu'il est fort et très adorable.
Renu Cherian
Décodez les réponses
2.ENGOAR (un fruit)
3.EMUTADOR [Mustard]
5.OVEPRI [Pepper]
6.ENURP [Plum]
7.RCSUE [Sugar]
Cherita Viannie Noronha
Doubaï est l'un des sept émirats des Émirats arabes unis
Il est situé au sud du golfe Persique, la péninsule arabique
et a la plus grande population au territoire du pays le
deuxième plus grand en superficie de tous les émirats,
après Abu Dhabi.
Il mise à jour plus de 195 nationalités.
Il est très moderne et vous offre tous les équipements qui
répondent aux résidents.
Ses sites touristiques importants sont le Burj Dubai, Burj Al
Arab, Jumiera madinat etc… La monnaie de Doubaï est
le dirham.
L’oiseau national de Doubaï est le faucon, la boisson
nationale est le lait de chamelle.
L’arbre national est le palmier dattier et le fruit national
est la date.
La culture Doubaï tourne principalement autour de la
religion de l'islam et arabes traditionnels, et de la culture
L'influence de la culture arabe et islamique sur son
architecture, la musique, des costumes, la cuisine et de
mode de vie sont très importants aussi.
Les grandes vacances à Dubaï incluent l'Aïd al Fitr, qui
marque la fin du Ramadan, et la fête nationale (2
Décembre), qui marque la formation des Émirats arabes
Les spectacles annuels, comme le Dubai Shopping
Festival (DSF) et Dubai Summer Surprises (DSS).
Les grands centres commerciaux dans la ville, tels que
Deira City Centre, Mirdiff City Centre, BurJuman, Mall of
the Emirates, Dubai Mall et Ibn Battuta Mall.
L’alimentaire arabe est très populaire qui est disponible
partout. Doubaï est un endroit où il faut visiter.
comme d'autres pays de l'Europe
n'est pas très grande. On appelle La France “ L’Hexagone” parce
qu’elle a plus ou moins la forme de cette figure geometrique. Le
devise de La France est Liberte, Egalite et Fraternite. Il y a quatre
fleuves importants en France: La Seine, La Loire, La Garonne et le
Rhône.Les montagnes importantes de La France sont les Pyrenées au
sud entre la France et l'Espagne et Les Alpes dans l'est entre la France,
La Suisse et L’ Italie. Les pays voisins de la France sont la Belgique et
l'Angleterre dans le nord, l'Allemagne, la Suisse et l’Italie dans l'est, l’
Espagne dans le sud et l'océan Atlantique dans l'ouest.
La Manche sépare la France de l’Angleterre.
Paris est la capitale de la France. Paris situee sur la Seine. Il y a
beaucoup de monuments célèbres à Paris comme La Tour Eiffel, Le
Louvre, L’ Arc de Triomphe, Le Notre Dame etc.
La france est connue pour ses fromages ( le camembert, le brie, le
roquefort), ses vine( le bourdeaux, le vin rose, le beaujolais), sa
cuisine et ses parfums ( Chanel, Christian Dior, Pacco Rabane etc.) D’
apres moi, la France, c’est la mode, le vin, le fromage, la gastronomie
cuisine, des grands monuments et La Tour Eiffel.
Saniya Shetty
Mon Voisinage
Je vis dans les banlieues de Doubaï. C'est toujours occupé ici et il y a
beaucoup de nationalités.
Le métro, les gares routières, les écoles, les parcs, les centres
commerciaux, l'église et la mosquée sont trouvés juste peu de miles
loin de la maison.
J'ai beaucoup d'amis qui vivent près de chez moi et chaque soir nous
nous amusions beaucoup. Il est toujours tellement amusant. Les gens
sont très sympathiques aussi.
J'aime mon voisinage beaucoup parce que c'est un endroit très vivant
et confortable pour vivre et Les gens sont très sympathiques aussi.
Zenina R Andrews
Mon Rêve
Mon rêve est exempt de pollution
Il est pris en charge par moi.
Mon rêve a beaucoup de fonctionnalités
Et il contient même la plus petite des
créatures.Mon rêve a des charges de la population
Pourtant, est exempt de pollution
Il n'ya pas de véhicules
Mais bicyclettes seulement
Mon rêve est à visiter
Comme il ya beaucoup de choses que vous n'avez pas vu
Ce n'est que mon rêve
Si vous n'avez jamais été
Mais oui je peux le réaliser qu'il n'y paraît.
Shreya Raghunath
Apprenons le corps
1.Une tête
2.Un bras
3.Une jambe
4.Une main
5.Un pied
6.Des doigts
7.Un cou
8.Des coudes
9.Des genoux
10.Des épaules
11.Un dos
12.Une poitrine
Les arbres – Notre vie
Nous comptons sur les arbres pour presque besoin
dans notre vie. Les arbres nous donnons l’air à respirer.
Les arbres nous aident dans tous les sens. Mais on
semble oublier leur presence. Nous ne soucions pas
d’eux et d’abattre sans pitie. Nous ne devons pas
oublier que, sans arbres, la vie devient difficile pour
nous. Il faut donc planter plus d ’arbres et on doit
éviter la déforestation. Rappelez-vous les arbres sont
notre vie, nous devons efforcer de les proteger.
‫حقائق علمية‬
‫‪------------‬‬‫‪ :‬هل تعرف‬
‫‪ -1 .‬أن عظام طائر الفالمنجو تزيد عن خمسمائة عظمة‬
‫‪ -2 .‬أن الحوت األزرق هو أكبر الحيوانات حجما في العالم‬
‫‪ -3 .‬أن بعض أنواع سمك القرش قد يبلغ عدد أسنانها ‪ 30000‬سن‬
‫النعامة تعيش حتى ‪ 75‬عاماً‪ ،‬وتظل قادرة على التكاثر ‪-4‬‬
‫‪.‬حتى سن الخمسين‬
‫‪-5.‬تصل مده حمل أنثى الفيل إلى ‪ 22‬شهرا‬
‫‪ -6‬إذا مات الفيل وهو واقف فإنه يظل واقفاً لبضع ساعات‬
‫‪.‬قبل أن يسقط جسمه على األرض‬
‫‪ - 6 M‬عبدهللا خان‬
‫السيارة الكهربائية‬
‫‪--------------------‬‬‫في عام ‪ 1995‬تم اختراع أول سيارة تعمل بالكهرباء وهي‬
‫بيجو ‪106‬‬
‫وهي تتميز بعدم انبعاث الملوثات التي تضر بالبيئة ‪ .‬ويعمل‬
‫لفترات أطول من محرك سيارة البنزين كما يتميز بالهدوء ‪.‬‬
‫السيارة خالية تقريبا من المتاعب غير أن سرعتها ال تزيد‬
‫عن ‪ 90‬كيلو‬
‫متر في الساعة ولكن العلماء يحاولون األن التغلب على هذه‬
‫‪ .‬المشكلة‬
‫ولكن هذه السيارة تعد خطوة هامة إليجاد بديل للبترول الذي‬
‫‪ .‬استخدامه بالبيئة‬
‫‪Gurkipal singh – 6 O‬‬
‫قيمة الوقت‬
‫‪------------‬‬‫فأنا لست أضيعها‬
‫أغلى شيء أوقاتي‬
‫وصالتي ال أنساها‬
‫ألعب فيها مع أختي‬
‫فيها عمري وحياتي‬
‫تسليني األرجوحة‬
‫فيها أخفف عن نفسي‬
‫ودورسي ال أهملها‬
‫وفروضي ما أغالها‬
‫في األوقات المسموحة‬
‫ولها جزء من وقتي‬
‫من تعب بعد الدرس‬
‫عبد هللا مشهد‬
‫العرب والطيران‬
‫‪--------------‬‬‫أول من حاول الطيران هو العالم العربي عباس بن فرناس وقد حاول‬
‫الطيران بجناحين من ريش ولكنه فشل وبقيت فكرته بداية لقصة‬
‫الطيران منذ أكثر من ألف عام واستمرت محاوالت العلماء وتجاربهم‬
‫واألن وبعد مرور هذا الوقت أصبح هناك أنواع مختلفة من الطائرات‬
‫‪.‬طائرات ركاب وطائرات شحن وطائرات عمودية وطائرات شراعية‬
‫‪ .‬طائرات تطير لمسافات طويلة‬
‫‪ 6M‬عبدهللا خان‬
‫يوم على الشاطيء‬
‫ذهبت إلى البحر الكبير‬
‫صنعت بيتا ً من الرمل‬
‫وهناك يوجد سمك كثير‬
‫وسمعت تغريد العصافير‬
‫فرحت أنا وأهلي‬
‫وأكلنا وشربنا العصير‬
‫لعبنا أنا وأخي‬
‫وسبحنا ونحن فرحين‬
‫وأخيراً جاء المساء‬
‫وقد كان يوم جميل‬
‫فيران سيد‬
‫‪ U‬الصف الخامس‬
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