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Туаева Фатима Николаевна Учитель английского языка МОУ СОШ №7 с. Долиновка
HOLIDAYS IN BRITAIN
Holidays in Britain New Year’s Day – January,1 St. Valentine Day – February,14 Easter – a Sunday in March or April Halloween – October,31 Guy Fawkеs’ Night – November ,5 Christmas - December, 25
Christmas People in Britain celebrate Christmas on 25 December. They celebrate it as the day when Jesus Christ was born. It is often cold, wet and foggy at Christmas. Families decorate their homes and Christmas trees. It is a very busy time for families in England. They prepare presents, make Christmas cakes, and hang stockings near the fireplace. Children often write letters with their wishes. They believe that while they are sleeping, Father Christmas comes to visit. He is a kind old man in red clothes with a big sack of toys. He puts sweets and small toys in the children stockings.
Jingle Bells. Refrain: Jingle, bells! Jingle, bells! Jingle all the way! Oh, what fun it is to ride In a one-horse open sleigh! Dashing through the snow In a one-horse open sleigh, O’er the fields we go Laughing all the way. Bells on bob-tail ring, Making spirits bright. What fun it is to ride and sing A sleighing song tonight! Refrain: Jingle, bells! Jingle, bells! Jingle all the way! Oh, what fun it is to ride In a one-horse open sleigh!
On Christmas Day everyone opens presents and sits down to table to have a big dinner. Families usually have turkey or goose with vegetables. After dinner the family gathers in the living room to listen to Queen of England on television. At teatime in the late afternoon they drink tea with the Christmas cake.
J A N U A R Y, 1 New Year’s Day
The 14th of February is called Valentine’s Day. It is a day of lovers. St.Valentine’s Day has roots in several legends. Cupid, the Roman god of love, is one of the earliest popular symbols of the day. Valentine was a Christian priest. On February 14 he was killed because he was a Christian. On this day every man and every woman thinks about his or her sweetheart. On St. Valentine’s Day people send a special greeting card (Valentine) to those who they love. It’s a tradition not to give the name of the sender. Most people send “valentines “. But they don’t sign them. They write, “I love you, darling” or “Will you be my Valentine? “Some people buy presents for their sweethearts or give them red roses, a symbol of love.
Here’s a special valentine With lots of love for you, And since you’re very special Here are hugs and kisses, too!
I hope that Valentine’s Day Will bring you lots of fun He thinks you’re very nice, And so does everyone!
Easter Easter is a religious holiday. It is celebrated in April. It is a time for giving and receiving presents which take the form of an Easter eggs. At Easter children eat chocolate egg. Another popular emblems of Easter are fluffy little chicks, Bunny or daffodils.
Halloween Halloween is celebrated on the 31st of October. They say ghosts and witches come out on Halloween. Children make lanterns out of pumpkins. Some people have Halloween parties and dress as witches and ghosts.
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II was born on 21 April 1926. But beginning with 1805 all British kings and queens celebrate their official birthday on the second Saturday in June. Queen’s Birthday
Queen’s Birthday Parade
Exercises Task I Task II Task III Task IV
Task I. Match the words with the translation Party Sweetheart Roast turkey Arrow Carols Frost Stockings Hide Gifts Admire стрела мороз чулки вечеринка восхищаться возлюбленный песнопения подарки жареная индейка прятать
Task II. Word scramble kiss cake 1. olve 3. aetnVlnie 2. rcda 4. eruyFbar 5. traeh 6. yrpta 7. siks 8. dre love card Valentine February heart party red dear
Task III. Choose the symbol Check Christmas heart Bunny chicken Halloween egg Santa Claus Roast turkey Easter pumpkin carols witch Valentine’s day lantern mistletoe ghost
Check yourself Christmas heart Bunny chicken Halloween egg Santa Claus Roast turkey Easter pumpkin carols witch Valentine’s day lantern mistletoe ghost
Task IV. Merry crossword CAROL FROST HOLLY ICE MISTLETOE PINE SLED SNOWFLAKE SPRUCE TINSEL WREATH Check E L
Merry crossword H S O N M I S T L E T O E C L W E Y F R O S T L I A N S K S P I N E W R E A T H R L U S C A R O L S E E D
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