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HOLIDAYS IN ENGLISH-SPEAKING COUNTRIES So many countries, so many customs.
Matching 1. Columbus Day 2. Christmas 3. St. Valentines Day 4.Halloween 5. Thanksgiving Day 6. Easter 7. New Years Day 8. Independence Day a.Хеллоуин b.День Святого Валентина c.День Благодарения d.День Христофора Колумба e.Рождество f.День Независимости в Америке g.Пасха h.Новый год
Halloween In America people celebrate Halloween on the 31 st of October. Children dress up as black cats, skeletons, goblins, witches and monsters. They make jack-o- lanterns. So the traditional colours of Halloween are black, orange and yellow. Children usually say trick or treat («угощенье или шутка») It means that the people, who live next door, can give the boys and girls money, fruit or sweets or children can play a joke on them (над ними шутят).
Christmas On the 25th of December there is the greatest holiday of all in England – Christmas. People send X-mas cards to their friends and relatives. People buy a Christmas tree and decorate it with toys, coloured balls and lights. Children wake up early to find stockings full of small presents on their bed.
St. Valentines day St Valentines Day comes on February 14 in America and Great Britain. It is not a legal or a national holiday. A valentine may mean a special greeting-card or a little present. Flowers and sweets are favourite presents which sweethearts send to each other. Valentine candy is packed in red or pink heart-shaped boxes. Valentines are special greeting cards. They are often coloured red, have red pictures of hearts.
St. Valentines Day Countries 1. Date 2. Symbols Colours …………….. …………. …………….
St. Valentines Day Countries 1. Date 2. Symbols Colours 14 th of February flowers, presents candies, red-pink heart-shaped boxes America, Great Britain red, pink