проект по английскому языку Guide on British holidays and traditions

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Guide on British Holidays and Festivals Цель: исследовать праздники и традиции ВеликобританииЗадачи: обозначить государственные и религиозные праздники в Великобритании;определить какие традиции, связаны с разными и праздниками и в каких костюмах их отмечают January1st – New Year’s Dayparties with all your friends and family to celebrate the New Year25th – Burns’ Night (Scotland)a ‘toast’ to various things every 5 minutes, including Burns, haggis, Scotland, men, women, the host February14th – Valentine’s Daydinner with sweethearts, a Valentine’s card, chocolate or flowers17th – Shrove Tuesday or ‘Pancake Day’pancake races March1st – St David’s Day (Wales)traditional songs and poems in a Welsh evening called ‘Noson Lawen’17th – St Patrick’s Day (Northern Ireland)lots of Guinness 15th – Mother’s Daya nice Sunday Roast dinner during the afternoon April1st – April Fools’ DayApril Fools’ jokes 3rd–6th – Easter weekendchocolate Easter eggs to gorge on23rd – St George’s Day (England)events with morris dancing (an English folk dance) May1st – BeltaneMorris dancing, crowning a May Queen and celebrations involving a maypole4th and 25th – Bank holidaystrips or short vacations during the three day weekendopportunity to work in gardens June13th – The Queen’s Official Birthdaythe ceremony of Trooping the Colour, which is also known as the Queen's Birthday Parade21st – Summer solsticethe ancient monument of Stonehenge in Wiltshire 21st – Father’s Daygreeting cards and traditionally masculine gifts August1st–8th – Eisteddfodto hear Welsh music and literature, see dance and theatre performances, shop for books and crafts7th–31st – Edinburgh Festival Fringetheatre, comedy, music and dance October31st – Halloween‘trick or treating’ sweets November5th – Bonfire nightspectacular firework displays 11th – Remembrance DayRemembrance Sunday with two minutes of silence observed on 11 November30th – St Andrew’s Day (Scotland)traditional Scottish food, music and dance December25th – Christmasthe family’s presents a Christmas tree a very special (and huge) roast dinner26th – Boxing Daywatching sports or eating the Christmas leftovers

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