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lunes, 25 de noviembre de 2013


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Thanksgiving Day is the fourth Thursday in November, but American people take a day of vacation on the following Friday ("Black Friday") to make a four-day weekend. During it they travel long distances to visit family and friends.

They love spending some nice moments preparing traditional dinner and giving thanks because they are united for the occasion.
Entire families work in the food preparation that almost always includes: roast turkey, stuffing, gravy, sweet potatoes, cornbread, mashed potatoes and cranberry sauce.
At the end of the meal many people serve pie for dessert and some popular pie flavours are pumpkin, sweet potato or apple.
It is their best dinner!!

miércoles, 20 de noviembre de 2013


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Last 8th  November there was a giant storm in the Philippines, a country (an island nation) in South East Asia.

Weather experts say it was one of the most powerful storms in history. Winds blew at speeds of 300 km an hour.

Buildings were destroyed;  streets were underwater and millions of people ran away from their homes. Now, they are hungry and homeless.
More than ten thousand people died.
The United Nations (UN), Red Cross, charities and another NGOs are helping them.
They are waiting for our help…



viernes, 15 de noviembre de 2013


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The LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort is a perfect themed amusement park for children up to 12 years old, with more than 55 rides, attractions and shows.

It is located in Windsor, Berkshire (England).

It is full of LEGO® theming and models and it is divided into 11 themed lands; but one of the favourite places inside is London Area, because people can visit all the famous buildings around the city.

Let's go sightseeing!!!



lunes, 11 de noviembre de 2013


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It's also known as Poppy Day or Armistice Day and it is celebrated on 11th November.
At 11am on the 11th day of the 11th month everybody all across Britain hold a two minute silence, because this is when World War I, or the Great War, ended in 1918.
People want to remember the millions who have died in war, not only in that one, in  other wars, too: World War II, the Falklands War, the Gulf War, and conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq.
The first two minute silence in Britain started to be held on 11th November 1919 (that was one year after the end of World War I).
The reason poppies are used is because they are the flowers which grew on the battlefields after World War I ended.


Poppies are also used to raise money for servicemen and women who are still alive but whose lives have been changed by war.

lunes, 04 de noviembre de 2013


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Or Guy Fawkes Night is celebrated on November 5th, in the UK.
That night skies are full of colour. 


It is a special day in honour of a historic event: In 1605 some English Catholics were angry because the King of England, James I, was treating them badly. 
In November 1605 a group of men made a plan to blow up the Houses of Parliament in London.
This plan is known as the "Gunpowder Plot" (because the men put 36 barrels of gunpowder in the cellar of Parliament in order to cause an enormous explosion). The leader of the group was called Guy Fawkes. 
But the police found the gunpowder before it exploded and they caught all the men involved in the plot. They were tortured and killed.
From that day people remember it celebrating a party during the night all over Britain with firework displays and bonfires with models of Guy Fawkes, which are burned on the fire.
The biggest display is the Edenbridge Display in Kent. 
Edenbridge also has the biggest Guy, because a 9-metre "celebrity" model is burned there every year.
Traditional Bonfire Night food is hot baked potatoes (they are cooked on the bonfire and filled with butter and cheese). There are also toffee apples (apples on a stick, covered in sweet toffee).
During the days before Bonfire Night, it is typical that children go onto the streets and ask for "a penny for the Guy" to collect money to buy fireworks, but only adults (over 18) can buy them.

Remember, Remember the fifth of November…!!!
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