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By An Nguyen Fall 2003
New Years Day January 1 st of each year New Year’s Eve Party Party until Midnight New York Ball Drop at Midnight
4 th of July July 4 th of each year Celebrate Independence Day Extravagant Fireworks Picnic with Family
Thanksgiving Last Thursday of the 11 th month Turkey Dinner with Family and Relatives After Thanksgiving Day Sale! (one of the biggest shopping days of the year)
Christmas December 25 th of each year Christmas Tree and lights Presents Santa Claus Family dinner Christmas Carols
What’s Your Favorite Holiday?
Holidays Observed ChristmasThanksgiving4 th of July New Years Day Lab Day Holidays Not Observed Valentine’s Day St. Patrick’s Day Halloween
1. Independence Day is July 4 in summer. 2.Halloween is in October in fall. 3.New Years Day is January 1 in winter.
HOLIDAYS AND FEAST DAYS. HOLIDAYS AND FEAST DAYS EASTER is celebrated in Spring as Jesus´crucifixion and the Resurection. Eggs are traditionally dyed.
Christmas in our town, at school, at home. At Christmas time there is a large Christmas tree in the centre of Savona. People put also bright decorations.
Holidays In Great Britain
Memorize the name and the month of these celebrations!
Holidays in English- speaking countries. The aims of the lesson are: - to learn and train new words - to read the text and try to speak - to revise some.
NEW YEAR CELEBRATION in TURKEY.
At Christmas Christmas´ Eve Christmas´ Eve Christmas´ Day Christmas´ Day Fool´s Day Fool´s Day New Year´s Eve New Year´s Eve The coming of the Three Wise.
The Things to Do In New York City By Ciara Beck. Empire State Building If you go to the Empire State Building you could go up to the top and look out.
Customs and Traditions in the USA.
What`s your favorite hoiliday?
Review: Holidays 1 Review by Ruth Anderson British and American Culture.
British Culture Holidays Review: Holidays Review by Ruth Anderson 1.
1 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt CalendarTime.
A whole class review activity SPIN Q1.
Months of the Year Justin McCarroll Kindergarten Science This section provides definitions for Ohio’s science cognitive demands, which are intrinsically.
Holidays in the USA. MARTIN LUTHER KING’S BIRTHDAY (USA) Is celebrated on the third Monday in January Martin Luther King was an important black leader.
Christmas in Brasil By Bailey. The Holidays - All Souls Day - Christmas - New Years Eve/ New Years.
Festivals and holidays
British And American Holidays
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