6 01, 2019

Hogmanay  and  First  Footing

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Read about Hogmanay  and  First  Footing to learn Scottish traditions. Lang may yer lum reek! May you live long and well! At midnight on 31st December throughout Great Britain people celebrate the coming of the New Year, by holding hands in a large circle and singing a song: Should old acquaintance be forgot, And never

11 12, 2018

Christmas and New Year Rhymes and Poems

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Let's learn Christmas and New Year Rhymes and Poems Christmas ... A beautiful time of the year - With carols and tinsel And lots of good cheer With sharing and caring And hearts drawing near. Christmas ... A beautiful time of the year! December It's hard to think of anything But Christmas in December. There's so

27 02, 2018

Test 2 Year 5

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Develop your reading, writing and speaking skills Do Test 2 Year 5  Level A1+ Test 2 Year 5 is for the students of the fifth grade to check themselves. Reading 1. Read the text and put the sentences in the correct order. I like Christmas, Mother’s Day and St. Valentine’s Day but my favourite holiday is

5 01, 2018

New Year’s Day

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New Year's Day - 1 January New Year's Day is the first day of the year. It is on 1 January in countries using the Gregorian calendar. Communities using other calendars celebrate New Year on other dates: the Jewish New Year, for example, is Rosh Hashanah (1 Tishri), which falls in September or October, and

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