20 04, 2022

Story of Tulips

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The Story of Tulips and Easter Celebrations Do you know why Easter is always celebrated in spring? The story of tulips, this springtime English folk tale of fairies and tulips will help you understand the cycle of birth and death and life even after death. Easter Sunday is the day when Jesus Christ rose from the

24 11, 2021

Thanksgiving

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National Cuisine On Thanksgiving Day many Americans get together with their families, celebrate and eat a lot. The star of this dinner is roast turkey. Many families also add traditional side dishes, such as mashed potatoes. Almost all families have pumpkin pie for dessert. With so many dishes to be prepared, most family members help

30 10, 2021

Halloween Party

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Halloween Party Level A1 Elementary Do you like parties? Have you ever been at a Halloween Party? Read the text and do the tasks I love Halloween. It's on the 31st of October and this night witches fly through the air on their broomsticks. We always have a party. My little brother, Michael, makes a

6 05, 2021

Holidays in Great Britain

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Some Public and Traditional Holidays in Great Britain Different countries have different traditions and customs. Many interesting traditions are connected with holidays celebrations. Read about holidays in Great Britain to get to know some interesting British traditions. Year 5 Level A1+ There are several public and traditional holidays in Great Britain. The most favourite ones

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

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

18 12, 2018

St. Nicholas’ Day in Ukraine

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December 19, St. Nicholas' Day in Ukraine One of the most popular and beloved winter holidays in Ukraine is St. Nicholas' Day. The Ukrainian version of Santa Claus St. Nicholas brings something more than just presents for kids - the day marks the beginning of the winter holiday season in Ukraine. St. Nicholas' Day is

6 11, 2018

Bonfire Night or Guy Fawkes Night in Great Britain

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Read and speak about a very popular autumn festival celebrated in the UK on November 5th. You'll know why it is called Bofire Night and Guy Fawkes Night. Speak about Bonfire Night in Great Britain  In the UK, Bonfire Night or Guy Fawkes Night is celebrated on November 5th. It is a very popular festival

6 11, 2018

Guy Fawkes Night

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Read the text about Guy Fawkes Night celebration in Great Britain  and do the quiz. Guy Fawkes Night or Bonfire Night is one of the most popular festivals in Britain. It commemorates the discovery of the so-called Gunpowder Plot, and is widely celebrated on November 5 all over the country. In 1605 King James I

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