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lunes, 25 de marzo de 2013


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Easter is a spring festival of new life.

Unlike Christmas, Easter isn’t on the same date each year. It takes place on the first Sunday after the first full moon of spring.

In the UK, schools close for two weeks at Easter time and for most British children this holiday means chocolate eggs.

Shops are full of bright Easter displays decorated with chicks, rabbits and flowers.

There are another traditions: Original eggs are painted and decorated to give as presents, and eggs are also hidden for children to find as part of an "egg hunt".


People make hot cross buns, typical cakes like spiced bread rolls with raisins with a cross shape on top.


If you want to know more about Easter, watch this video.



miércoles, 20 de marzo de 2013


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lunes, 11 de marzo de 2013


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Every March 17th is a public holiday in Ireland (the Emerald Island). It announces the coming of spring.

The island remembers St Patrick (c.389-c.461) who is the patron saint of Ireland.

People wear a shamrock (official flower of the country) or a bit of green ribbon with a golden harp (Irish symbol).

Shamrocks are sold on the preceding days and sent along with greeting cards to friends and family abroad, because there are many Irish far from their country, so this feast is celebrated with parades, dances and parties all over the world.

The biggest parade outside Dublin, takes place in New York City.


However, the most fun celebration seems to be in Chicago, where they pour 40 lbs. of environmentally-friendly dye into the Chicago River, turning the sparkling blue water into an emerald green for a few hours.


On St Patrick’s Day and according to Irish mythology, leprechauns (small fairies that know the location of a pot of gold) will pinch your legs if you don’t wear something green.

The traditional dish is boiled bacon or corned beef and cabbage, but families make all kind of recipes, such as these tasty biscuits.


Now, try to solve this quiz... Good luck!   Quiz


Have a Happy St. Patrick's Day!!!



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