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miércoles, 22 de marzo de 2017


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These are the actions what we do when we wake up in the moorning.
Have a nice day!

viernes, 10 de marzo de 2017


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On March 17, Irish people celebrate their national day: St Patrick's Day; and if there is a song they love and reprents them (specially Dubliners) that one is "Molly Malone", the story about a sweet girl who sold seafood in the streets of Dublin.
But Ireland is full of legends and amazing characters.
Some of them are leprechauns, small men (because there are not female leprechauns) who can only be found in rural areas away from population at the end of a rainbow with a pot of gold.
They are expert musicians playing several instruments, even the harp and they love Irish music and traditional dances such as jigs.
Have you ever seen a leprechaun?
Have you ever seen a leprechaun?
Little green hat and boots so brown.
Have you ever seen a leprechaun?
Can you catch one sneakin' around?
He's got a secret pot of gold.
Hiding at the end of a rainbow.
And you can try to find it but you'll never win.
Get a four leaf clover and try again.
Have you ever seen a leprechaun?
Tiny little trickster from Ireland .
Have you ever seen a leprechaun?
Maybe just maybe you can make him your friend.
How do Irish spend this day?
Easy! Wearing green clothes and clovers on their lapels, having lamb and adults (ONLY!) drinking beer (often green), singing, parading through the streets and dancing Irish jigs, of course.
Do you want to watch them? 

Happy St Patrick's Day!!

viernes, 03 de marzo de 2017


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International Women's Day is a holiday that honours women and promotes women's rights.
It takes place every year on March 8.
This day dates back to 1911, when lots of women were fighting for the right to vote.
The United Nations (UN) began sponsoring it in 1975.
We remember some outstanding women here, but every day women make history and every day is women's day.
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