Holidays

17 12, 2020

Do You Believe in Santa Claus

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Story Time: I Believe in Santa Level A1/A1+ (Elementary/Upper Elementary) Reading Comprehension Year 5 Write the correct form of the verb. Use the Present Simple Tense. Do You Believe in Santa Claus? Many American children between the ages of two and seven ______ (believe) in Santa Claus. Santa Claus is an imaginary person. He ______

12 12, 2020

Human Rights Protection

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Current Issues of Human Rights Protection What are the problems in the implementation and protection of human rights in the 21st century? Which human rights are most under threat and need the greatest protection? Aniuta's Project December 10 is observed as Human Rights Day. On this day in 1948, the United Nations General Assembly adopted

25 11, 2020

Thanksgiving Customs

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Read about Some Thanksgiving Customs Thanksgiving Day is on the fourth Thursday in November. It is a time for big family reunions and big dinners, a time to eat turkey, stuffing, corn, cranberry sauce, and pumpkin pie. But between endless bites of food, Americans also take time to feel grateful for whatever is good in

30 10, 2020

Halloween Celebrations

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Halloween Read about Halloween celebrations in the USA today Halloween is celebrated by nearly all American children and over 70% of adults also participate in some Halloween activity. College students and other young adults may attend masquerade parties or Halloween parades. Many families carve pumpkins and decorate the outside of their homes with the traditional

12 02, 2020

The Lady or the Tiger

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Here is a story to read on Valentine's Day Read the story "The Lady or the Tiger?" about love and about the choices we have to make. In a very old time there lived a king. He was a man of great imagination and he always turned the things he imagined into facts. One of

12 12, 2019

Christmas in Great Britain Elementary School

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Let's learn to speak about Christmas traditions in Great Britain First of all, let's learn the words celebrate - святкувати Christmas - Різдво Merry Christmas! - Веселого Різдва! Happy New Year!  - З Новим роком! send greeting cards - посилати вітальні листівки relative - родич decorate - прикрашати Christmas tree - ялинка hang - вішати Christmas stocking - Різдвяна панчоха Santa Claus - Санта Клаус bring - приносити present

29 11, 2019

The Pilgrims’ First Thanksgiving

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Easy Reading Read the story The Pilgrims' First Thanksgiving by Ann McGovern A long time ago, some men and women, boys and girls, two dogs and a cat sailed on a ship across the sea. They left their old country because they could not pray the way they wanted. The people were called Pilgrims. The ship

21 11, 2019

Happy Thanksgiving Day

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Learn American Traditions Elementary school Happy Thanksgiving Day! Thanksgiving Day is a special day in the USA. It is an important holiday in America. Americans celebrate Thanksgiving Day on the fourth Thursday in November. They give thanks for many good things in their lives. This is a family holiday. Families get together and have a big

23 10, 2019

Halloween Holiday of Fun

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Read about Halloween Holiday of Fun Level A1 Elementary In autumn British and American children like to celebrate a very nice holiday – Halloween holiday of fun. It is on the thirty-first of October. People put pumpkins on the window-sills or at the doors. They cut eyes, a nose and a mouth on the pumpkin

12 05, 2019

Mother’s Day Facts

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Mother's Day is the day to shower your mom with affection (and maybe take her out for a nice meal). Here you will find some Mother's Day facts. In ancient times, many cultures would celebrate a mother goddess whom they viewed as the mother of all. In ancient Egypt, Isis was worshipped as a mother