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A Visit From St. Nicholas
Not a creature was stirring. I wondered…”¿Qué Pasa?” What is happening??
I was hanging the stockings with mucho cuidado. Hang them with mucho cuidado. (much care)
In hopes that old Santa would feel obligado.
To bring all the children, los buenos y los malos. ¿Bueno o Malo?
A nice batch of dulces y otros regalos. dulcesregalos
My hermanos/hermanas and I went to sleep in our camas.
Some in long underwear and some in pijamas. (pee-ya- muhs)
When out in the yard there arose such a grito.
That I jumped to my feet like a frightened cabrito.
I ran to the window and looked afuera.
And who in the mundo do you think ¿Quién era? St. Nick in a sleigh and a big sombrero.
Came dashing along like a little bombero.
And pulling his sleigh, and instead of venados… NO VENADOS (NO REINDEER)
Were ocho little burros approaching volados.
I watched as they came and this fat little hombre was shouting and calling pronombre: “Ay Pancho, Ay Pepe, Ay Cuca, Ay Beto, Ay Chato, Ay Chopo, Maruca Y Nieto!!”
Then standing erect, with his hands en su pecho.
He flew to the top of our very own techo.
With his round little belly like a bowl of jalea.
He struggled to squeeze down our old chimenea.
Then huffing and puffing, and un poquito cansado…
He picked up his bag that looked muy pesado.
He filled all the stockings with buenos regalos.
For none of the niños had been very malos.
Then chuckling aloud, seeming muy contento, he turned like a flash and was gone like el viento.
And I heard him exclaim, y es la verdad: “Merry Christmas a todos y FELIZ NAVIDAD!”
Twas the night before Christmas. Twas the night before Christmas y por toda la casa, Not a creature was stirring-Caramba! Que pasa? Los niños were tucked.
Name that Holiday Tune!.
Retelling Clement Clarke Moore’s Version of “Twas the Night before Christmas” “In Other Words…..” Type your own words for each slide. Click on the box.
¿Cuándo celebramos las Fiestas del Invierno?. El Cumpleaños de Diego Rivera.
FELIZ AÑO 2009 LES DESEAMOS DESDE CUBA So this is Christmas Ya es Navidad And what have you done Y qué han hecho Another year over Otro año se termina.
Español La Navidad en España La Navidad En España… We celebrate the birth of baby Jesus. That is why we decorated our houses not only with but also.
Religious Christian holiday Christian decorations Angels are very popular Many non-Christians celebrate it.
Курлович Н.П. ГБОУ СОШ 1740 Зеленоград Stocking, holiday, small, ball, hobby. Candy, candy cane, candle, cat, happy. Winter, windy, with, window, gift.
The poem was first published anonymously in the Troy, New York, Sentinel on December 23, 1823, and was reprinted frequently thereafter with no name attached.
T’was the Night Before Christmas by Clement Clarke Moore.
Logan B. The stockings were hung by the chimney with care; In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there;
“The Night Before Christmas” or The Night Before Christmas
’Twas the Night Before Christmas By Clement Clarke Moore IMAGE © ALIFARID/SXC/HU.
Automaticamente avanza diapositivas So this is Christmas Ya es Navidad And what have you done ? ¿Y qué han hecho? Another year over Otro año se termina.
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