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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

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

30 10, 2018

Halloween Fun Activities

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What Halloween Fun Activities Do You Know? Read about trick-or-treating, bobbing for apples and other fun activities on Halloween On October 31, dozens of children dressed in costumes knock on their neighbors' doors and yell, "Trick or Treat" when the door opens. Pirates and princesses, ghosts and popular heroes of the day all hold bags open

29 10, 2018

Symbols of Halloween

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What Are the Symbols of Halloween? Halloween originated as a celebration connected with evil spirits. Witches flying on broomsticks with black cats, ghosts, goblins and skeletons have all envolved as symbols of Halloween.  They are popular trick-or-treat costumes, and decorations for greeting cards and windows. Black is one of the traditional Halloween colors, probably because

29 10, 2018

Halloween in the USA

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How about learning American customs and traditions? Read and speak about Halloween in the USA. The Beginning of the Holiday of Halloween Hundreds of years before the birth of Christ, the Celts - the inhabitants of France and the British isles - held a festival at the beginning of every winter for the Lord of