Works for the 5th grade in the Russian language

Composition on the theme “My favorite animal.”

I like animals a lot. But most of all, of course, his hamster Homko. He’s small and so helpless. In Khomki gray coat color with small dark strips on the back. Small ears pinned to the body. He raises them when he hears my footsteps. Then he turns in my direction and waits for a treat that immediately hides on the cheek. He eats it later in his mink.

The paws at Khomki are bright. He deftly clings to them for my clothes, climbing onto my shoulder. This is his favorite place. There he travels with me around the apartment. It sits or sleeps when I do my homework. Sometimes he descends from his shoulder to the table and walks my notebooks and textbooks, as if he wants to understand the problem and help me solve it.

The little muzzle of Khomyka is small with dark little eyes-buttons. He looks at me so affectionately that I feel warm and cozy. I like how his cheeks swell when he eats. It’s so funny

to watch him. The hamster is very clean. For food, he always has one place. There he even cleans, shifting the garbage to another part of the cage.

I really love my hamster. For me he is a best friend. When it’s hard for me, I take it in my arms, stroke a soft fur, and it makes me feel better.

An essay on the “Fairy-tale image of the Swan Princess in the works of Alexander Pushkin.”

The swan prince appears before the reader in Pushkin’s tale “About Tsar Saltan”. The son of Saltan – Gvidon helps the swan escape from the claws of the kite, he sacrificed for her the last arrow with which he could get food and live for several days, but he saved the swan. And it turned out that this is a girl who was not rescued from a vulture, but from a sorcerer. For his salvation, the swan built a wonderful palace for him overnight, but Guidon was sad because he wanted to see his father, and this time the swan helped him and turned him into a mosquito. Flying to his father, he learned that the weaver with the cook did not want to let Saltan out, and told him that somewhere there

is a squirrel that sits under the tree and gnaws at the golden nuts. Returning home, Saltan again becomes sad, talks about his sorrows with a swan, returning home sees this wonderful squirrel at his palace, again the swan fulfilled the desire of her savior. She is his sorceress and an indispensable assistant. Then the swan helps Saltan turn into a fly, and she invited 33 heroes to him, as he wished.

Again flying to his father, Saltan decided to marry, and asks the swan to find him a beautiful queen, who has a shiny month under her scythe, and a star burns in her forehead. This queen turned out to be a swan, Pushkin wrote about her, that she was an incredible beauty, she was an expert on all hands, compared her speech with the murmur of a brook.

The swan princess helped to make Saltan and Gvidon reconcile, to find happiness for them, and in the person of Gwydon found happiness. It embodies beauty, love, purity. She magically helps Guidon. The image of this fairy girl inspired many painters, a vivid example of inspiration in this way was the picture of Vrubel “The Swan Princess.”

An essay on the painting by MV Nesterov, “The Spring.”

Mikhail Vasilyevich Nesterov is a Russian artist who opened a new page in the development of Russian painting.

I really liked the picture “Lel. Vesna”. All the painting takes nature awakening from winter sleep. Birches with slightly protruding leaves. Darkened, poured pine juice and spruce. Covered with fresh green aspen. Clean water, which reflects a high blue sky with white clouds. From every tree, from every blade of grass, it’s fresh. It seems that you feel like a warm spring breeze blows. It’s so light that even branches of trees do not move, it does not run through the ripples on the transparent surface of the forest lake.

Among the trees, along the shore of the lake, a young Lel wanders about with a pipe. Lel is the god of love in Slavic mythology. From his playing on the pipe nature wakes up after a long winter. In my opinion, it was this myth that Nesterov embodied in his painting. The young man wanders along the shore, and everything around blossoms: the earth is covered with green grass, leaves grow on the trees. The sky turns blue, and the clouds are white-white with a blue-pink tint from the bright spring sun.

Lel is dressed in the traditional outfit of a peasant: a shirt-kosovorotka, linen trousers, leggings and bast shoes. Only the hat on it is bright, elegant. His pipe is also a national instrument, often played by shepherds in Russian villages.

MV Nesterov’s painting “The Lion Spring” is filled with light. It pervades everything around. The sun is illuminated by the forest. Mirror glistens the water in the lake. Only behind the scythe is it dark, but it is from the pine trees reflected in it. This picture leaves an indelible impression.

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Works for the 5th grade in the Russian language