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1 Trabajo realizado por: Sergio Sánchez López Fernando Javier Chávez Torrado 4º E.S.O

2 Enero 2013 LunesMartesMiércolesJuevesViernesSábadoDomingo Nota: Puede imprimir esta plantilla para usarla como calendario de pared. También puede copiar la diapositiva de cualquier mes para agregarla a su propia presentación.

3 Febrero 2013 LunesMartesMiércolesJuevesViernesSábadoDomingo Valentine's Day Nota: Puede imprimir esta plantilla para usarla como calendario de pared. También puede copiar la diapositiva de cualquier mes para agregarla a su propia presentación. Click on the blue letters for more information

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5 February 14, Valentine's Day in Spain and love and friendship in Spanish, was designated as a holiday when the Roman Catholic calendar devoted that time to remember two Christian saints, one Valentine, martyred by Emperor Roman Claudius II.? History behind tells us that St. Valentine was killed for marrying couples even if the emperor had forbidden. Apparently, the president Roman thought that married soldiers were not as effective as singles. Over time and through the centuries have created numerous legends and traditions and Valentine is now a date dedicated to showing affection to our loved ones, a date and exchange messages and gifts show love and friendship. And the Internet is a great ally for carrying out these attentions with all the people we love.  Valentine's Day is not just a commercial invention linked to love and gifts. It has its historical antecedents.

6 LOVE__________________________________AMOR ROMANTIC_________________________ROMÁNTICO TENDERNESS__________________________TERNURA ST VALENTINE_____________________SAN VALENTÍN ATRACTION__________________________ATRACIÓN BLIND LOVE________________________AMOR CIEGO CARESS_____________________________CARICIAS CHOCOLATES________________________BOMBONES HUGS_________________________________ABRAZO SKISS___________________________________BESO VOCABULARIO

7 Marzo 2013 LunesMartesMiércolesJuevesViernesSábadoDomingo St. Patrick’s day Nota: Puede imprimir esta plantilla para usarla como calendario de pared. También puede copiar la diapositiva de cualquier mes para agregarla a su propia presentación.

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9 March 17 marks the day of St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. St. Patrick was born in 387 in Kilpatrick, near Dumbarton, in Scotland. His father was an officer in the Roman army. Irish pirates captured the 16-year old Patrick and sold him into slavery. He spent six years in Ireland, where he learned the Celtic language. He managed to escape and went to France to prepare for the monastic life, and was ordained priest. When he was 46 years old he decided to return to Ireland to evangelize their inhabitants. And there he remained for almost three decades, until his death on March 17 of the year 461.? A Christian tradition says that Patrick explained the mystery of the Holy Trinity using a three-leaf clover. So that day has been established as customary wear a shamrock on his feast day celebration. It is also usual green dress and even dyed with this color beer in honor of Ireland, also nicknamed the "Emerald Isle".

10 VOCABULARIO Shamrock___________________________Trébol Rainbow___________________________Arcoíris Ireland_____________________________Irlanda Irish______________________________Irlandés Feast Day_________________________Día festivo Saint_______________________________Santo Luck_______________________________Suerte Tradition__________________________Tradición Gaelic______________________________Gaélico Leprechaun___________________Duende irlandés

11 Abril 2013 LunesMartesMiércolesJuevesViernesSábadoDomingo April Fool's Day Nota: Puede imprimir esta plantilla para usarla como calendario de pared. También puede copiar la diapositiva de cualquier mes para agregarla a su propia presentación.

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13 References to April Fool's Day can be found as early as However, these early references were uncommon and tend to be vague and ambiguous. Many theories have been proposed about how the tradition started. Unfortunately, none of them are very convincing. So the origin of the "custom of the Innocents" remains a mystery to us as it was in The theory behind this day is as follows: In 1564 France reformed its calendar, moving the start of the year from late March to January 1. Those who could not follow the pace of change, who stubbornly clung to the old calendar system and continued to celebrate the New Year during the week that fell between March 25 and April 1st, had jokes played on them. Pranksters would surreptitiously paper fish to their backs. The victims of this prank were thus called Poisson d'Avril, or April Fish - that, to date, remains the French term for April Fools and so the tradition was born. The most common joke is paste a paper doll to the back of a person without account

14 VOCABULARIO Día de los Inocentes__________________April Fool’s Day Muñeco de papel_______________________Paper Doll Broma___________________________________Joke Payaso_________________________________Clown Diversion_________________________________Fun Tonto___________________________________Silly Sonrisa_________________________________Smile Humorista____________________________Humorist Amigo_________________________________Friend Buena fé_____________________________Good faith

15 Mayo 2013 LunesMartesMiércolesJuevesViernesSábadoDomingo May Day Nota: Puede imprimir esta plantilla para usarla como calendario de pared. También puede copiar la diapositiva de cualquier mes para agregarla a su propia presentación.

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17 Although summer does not officially begin until June, May Day marks its beginning. May Day celebrations have been carried out in England for over 2000 years. The Romans celebrated the festival of Flora, goddess of fruit and flowers, which marked the beginning of summer. It was held annually from April 28th to May 3rd. The month of May has many traditions and celebrations. For the convenience of the general public, many May Day activities have now been moved to the new May Day holiday (from 1978) on the first Monday of the month. This Monday is a bank holiday, a day off school and work. Many of the May Day celebrations take place at the weekend as well as on the 'May Day' Monday. The weekend is know as bank holiday weekend because it comes with the extra day holiday on the Monday.

18 Árbol_____________________________________Tree Mayo_____________________________________May Política___________________________________Policy Fiesta____________________________________Party Nacional_______________________________National Bailar___________________________________Dance Cinta___________________________________Ribbon Primavera________________________________Spring Trabajador____________________________Employee Derechos__________________________________Duty VOCABULARIO

19 Junio 2013 LunesMartesMiércolesJuevesViernesSábadoDomingo Mi dsummer's Day Nota: Puede imprimir esta plantilla para usarla como calendario de pared. También puede copiar la diapositiva de cualquier mes para agregarla a su propia presentación.

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21 Midsummer's Day, the middle of summer, falls on on 24 June, after the longest day (Summer Solstice). Before the change of calendars, Midsummer's day fell on 5 July. The longest day in the northern hemisphere is today either the 20th or 21st of June, whilst Midsummer's Day in Europe is traditionally on 24 June. This discrepancy is said to have been caused by the variants of the Julian Calendar and the Tropical Year further confused by the Gregorian Calendar. Midsummer's Eve is a time associated with witches, magic, fairies and dancing. On the eve of Midsummer's Day, many bonfires were lit all over the country. This was in praise of the sun, for the days were getting shorter and the sun appeared to be getting weaker, so people would light fires to try and strengthen the sun. Practice of this ancient ritual, which also includes a Summer Solstice Circle Dance, is now mainly confined to Cornwall, the West Country, and London's Hampstead Heath. Roses are of special importance on Midsummer's Eve. It is said that any rose picked on Midsummer's Eve, or Midsummer's Day will keep fresh until Christmas. At midnight on Midsummer's Eve, young girls should scatter rose petals before them and say: Rose leaves, rose leaves, Rose leaves I strew. He that will love me Come after me now. Then the next day, Midsummer's Day, their true love will visit them.

22 Verano________________________________Summer Sol______________________________________Sun Junio____________________________________June Vacaniones_____________________________Holidays Luna___________________________________Moon Rosa____________________________________Rose Medianoche____________________________ Midnight Fuego____________________________________Fire Ritual___________________________________Ritua Día largo______________________________Long day VOCABULARIO

23 Julio 2013 LunesMartesMiércolesJuevesViernesSábadoDomingo Nota: Puede imprimir esta plantilla para usarla como calendario de pared. También puede copiar la diapositiva de cualquier mes para agregarla a su propia presentación.

24 Agosto 2013 LunesMartesMiércolesJuevesViernesSábadoDomingo Nota: Puede imprimir esta plantilla para usarla como calendario de pared. También puede copiar la diapositiva de cualquier mes para agregarla a su propia presentación.

25 Septiembre 2013 LunesMartesMiércolesJuevesViernesSábadoDomingo Nota: Puede imprimir esta plantilla para usarla como calendario de pared. También puede copiar la diapositiva de cualquier mes para agregarla a su propia presentación.

26 Octubre 2013 LunesMartesMiércolesJuevesViernesSábadoDomingo Halloween Nota: Puede imprimir esta plantilla para usarla como calendario de pared. También puede copiar la diapositiva de cualquier mes para agregarla a su propia presentación.

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28 What we now know as Halloween or Halloween is celebrated more than 3000 years made ​​ by the Celts, a warlike people inhabiting areas in Ireland, England, Scotland and France. Precisely on October 31, the Celts celebrated the new year with Samhain, a pagan festival. With European immigration to the United States, mainly of Irish Catholics in 1846, came the tradition of Halloween to America. When talking deHalloween or Halloween you think of costumes, makeup, party, candy and children, but tradition says that his celebration was not always festive and cheerful, and that the rites were practiced during the night were of a purifier and religious. When Emperor Constantine decreed that the inhabitants of his empire to convert to Christianity, many pagan rites were introduced. That was how the festival of Samhain infiltrated. By the eighth century, the Christian Church became the day on November 1 All Saints' Day to honor all the saints who did not have a special day of celebration. Over the years, these festivals were combined, and most called "All hallowmas" (the mass of all the saints, holy people) to All Saints Day. The night before was known as "All Hallows Eve" (Eve of All Saints Day). Over time, his name became Halloween.

29 Murciélago_________________________________Bat Escoba_________________________________Broom Calavera________________________________Skull Bruja___________________________________Witch Monstruo_____________________________Mounster Momia________________________________Mummy Vampiro______________________________Vampire Fantasma_______________________________Ghost Gato negro_____________________________Black cat Calavera_________________________________Skull VOCABULARIO

30 Noviembre 2013 LunesMartesMiércolesJuevesViernesSábadoDomingo Guy Fawkes' Day Nota: Puede imprimir esta plantilla para usarla como calendario de pared. También puede copiar la diapositiva de cualquier mes para agregarla a su propia presentación.

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32 Guy Fawkes Night is annually held on November 5. It is sometimes known as Bonfire Night and marks the anniversary of the discovery of a plot organized by Catholic conspirators to blow up the Houses of Parliament in London in Many people light bonfires and set off fireworks. Many people light bonfires and set off fireworks. As it is the end of autumn, it is the ideal opportunity to burn garden rubbish. Some light small bonfires in their own gardens, while other light larger ones in a communal space. In some towns and cities, the municipality organizes a bonfire and professional firework display in a park. These tend to be very popular. Due to its proximity to Halloween, many people organize a combined party for Guy Fawkes Night and Halloween. These parties often include elements from both festivals, such as a bonfire and dressing up in spooky outfits. Popular foods include toffee apples, bonfire toffee and potatoes baked in the ashes of the fire. Guy Fawkes, a Catholic, was arrested, tortured and executed for his part in the plot to blow up the Houses of Parliament. Hence many Catholics are more restrained in their celebration of this day. In addition, many injuries and even deaths occur as a result of fireworks being used incorrectly. For this reason, many safety campaigners call for the sale of fireworks to the public to be restricted even more than at present and for more professional displays to be organized. Guy Fawkes' Day is not a public holiday. Businesses, organizations and schools are open as usual. Public transport services run to their normal timetables. Some organizations, communities and municipalities may organize public bonfires or displays of fireworks on or around November 5.

33 Noviembre___________________________November Anónimo____________________________Anonymous Fuegos artificiales_______________________Fireworks Careta__________________________________Mask Tortura_______________________________Tortured Festivals______________________________Festivals Complot_________________________________Plot Hoguera______________________________Bonfire Trabajo_________________________________Work Catolico_______________________________ Catholic VOCABULARIO

34 Diciembre 2013 LunesMartesMiércolesJuevesViernesSábadoDomingo Christmas Nota: Puede imprimir esta plantilla para usarla como calendario de pared. También puede copiar la diapositiva de cualquier mes para agregarla a su propia presentación.

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36  Christmas is one of the most important holidays of Christianity along with Easter and Pentecost. This festival commemorates the birth of Jesus in Bethlehem, is celebrated on December 25 in the Catholic Church, in the Anglican Church, some Protestant communities and the Romanian Orthodox Church. Instead, it is celebrated on January 7 in other Orthodox churches, who did not accept the reforms made ​​ to the Julian calendar to move to the Gregorian calendar called, a name derived from its reformer Pope Gregory XIII.

37 In English-speaking countries Christmas Day is undoubtedly the great day of celebration. Normally, since the beginning of November begin to see Christmas decorations (Christmas trees, snowmen adorn the gardens, special lighting on the walls...) and shops extend their working hours so that consumers complete their purchases.

38 Ángel_______________________________Ángel Campanas____________________________Bells BELÉN___________________________Bethlehen Villancicos ___________________Christmas candle Noche vieja_____________________New year‘s eve Fiesta _______________________________Party Regalos____________________________Present Reno_____________________________ Reindeer Árbol de navidad_________________Christmas tree ¡Feliz año nuevo!_________________Happy new year! VOCABULARIO

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