New Year Celebrations Around the World Answer Year Celebrations Around the World Answer Key Education Place: 1. Ancient Egyptians celebrated the New Year _____. a. in the spring, when crops started to grow 2. January is named 3. The ...

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<ul><li><p>Cop</p><p>yrig</p><p>ht </p><p>Hou</p><p>ghto</p><p>n M</p><p>ifflin</p><p> Com</p><p>pany</p><p>.All </p><p>right</p><p>s re</p><p>serv</p><p>ed.</p><p>New Year Celebrations Around the World Answer Key</p><p>Education Place: http://www.eduplace.com</p><p>1. Ancient Egyptians celebrated the New Year ____________.a. in the spring, when crops started to grow</p><p>2. January is named after the Roman god Janus, who is shown as a ____________.c. two-headed god </p><p>3. The Jewish New Year is celebrated in ____________.c. the fall</p><p>4. On New Year's Day in British Columbia and some other places, the polar bear swim takes place when people ____________.</p><p>c. go swimming outside</p><p>5. The song Auld Lang Syne comes from ____________.a. Scotland </p><p>6. Auld Lang Syne roughly translates as ____________.c. The Good Old Days</p><p>7. The first Tournament of Roses Parade was held in ____________.a. 1896</p><p>8. The Chinese New Year takes place in late January or early February and ends with ____________.</p><p>b. the festival of lanterns </p><p>9. New Year's Day is also ____________.c. the last day of Kwanzaa </p><p>c. grapes 10. In Spain on New Year's Eve, it is traditional to eat 12 __________ at midnight.</p></li></ul>

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