Which of these holidays are public? Christmas Boxing Day New Year’s Day St. Valentine’s Day Shrove Tuesday April Fool’s Day Mother’s Day Father’s Day

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  • Which of these holidays are public? Christmas Boxing Day New Years Day St. Valentines Day Shrove Tuesday April Fools Day Mothers Day Fathers Day Good Friday Easter Easter Monday May day Spring bank holiday Summer bank holiday Halloween Guy Fawkes Night
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  • Match the holiday and its symbol : Christmas Easter
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  • Boxing day Shrove Tuesday Pancake Day
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  • Halloween Guy Fawkes Night
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  • St. Valentines day Halloween
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  • Christmas Easter
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  • Guy Fawkes NightSt. Valentines day
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  • Traditional food Halloween
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  • Christmas
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  • St. Valentines Day
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  • Shrove Tuesday/ Pancake Day
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  • Good Friday Hot cross buns Fish
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  • Easter Day Eggs Eggs Roast Lamb Chicken
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  • Mothers Day Simnel cake
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  • Guy Fawkes Night
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  • Children write letters to a) Santa Claus b) the Queen c) Big Ben
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  • The 25 th of December is a)Christmas Day b)New Year c)Boxing Day
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  • a) presents b) Christmas tree ) All of these things People buy
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  • a) under the Christmas tree b) in children`s stockings c) in bags Santa Claus puts presents
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  • Every year there is a big Christmas tree in square a) Trafalgar b) Times c) Red
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  • The Christmas Tree is a present from people of to the people of Great Britain. a) Norway b) Russia c) America
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  • a) pizza b) hamburgers c) turkey For Christmas dinner the English eat
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  • The day after Christmas is a) New Year b) Boxing Day c) Mother`s Day
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  • 1.In England Christmastime begins in 2.People organise 3.They drink hot 4.Children talk about Christmas 5.In England they celebrate Christmas 6.People buy 7.They decorate 8.In England children write letters to 9.Children find presents in 10.People eat and
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  • 1. November 2. parties 3. chocolate 4. miracles 5. on 25 December 6. presents 7. Christmas trees 8. Santa Claus 9. the stockings 10. a turkey, Christmas pudding
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  • Hogmanay Scotland the first footer a piece of coal a piece of bread a silver coin
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  • Hogmanay Auld lang syne Should auld acquaintance be forgot, And auld lang syne? Well take a cup of kindness yet, For auld lang syne!... Should auld acquaintance be forgot, And never brought to mind? For auld lang syne, my dear, For auld lang syne, Should auld acquaintance be forgot, And never brought to mind? Should auld acquaintance be forgot, And auld lang syne? For auld lang syne, my dear, For auld lang syne, Well take a cup of kindness yet, For auld lang syne!...
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  • Make an Easter card A basket is pink. Easter Bunny is orange. A chicken is yellow. One egg in the basket is green. Two eggs in the basket are blue. A big egg at the basket is red. A small egg at the basket is brown.
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  • It is big and orange. It has a candle inside. These women can fly. These animals can fly. They are the symbols of Halloween. When do the British people celebrate Halloween?
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  • What do the children wear on Halloween ? The children go to their neighbours and say It is a black animal. It likes milk. It is hot. People put it inside of the pumpkin.
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