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Listening activity for B1 students to expand their knowledge about Christmas traditions in Ukraine
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Christmas traditions in Western Ukraine
Video length
3 minutes 10 seconds
Video genre
Short films
Language goals
grammar
Grammar practice
vocabulary
Vocabulary practice
speaking
Speaking practice
writing
Writing practice
listening
Listening comprehension
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The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Intermediate (B1)
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This resource is intended for:High schoolers
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This resource does not contain any images, words or ideas that would upset a reasonable person in any culture.
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This resource is licensed by Ghrtd under the iSLCollective Copyright License.
Upload date
11/24/2022
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the holy supper caroling and a legend about spiderwebs are all centuries-Christmas traditions in Ukraine to delve deeper into …
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We decide to venture to these snowy Carpathian Mountains arraign to findmore about the customs and recipes that make this time …
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It's so important Christmas Eve falls on January, the 6th in the Orthodox.
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traditions revolve around faith,
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and because fasting is essential ____ Christmas or dishes are meat and dairy free.
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But why are there so many dishes, the12 comes from 12 hostels, there.
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This is thethis must to have all 12 dishes on the table, salads, fish, dumplings and bread, filled the table.
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Not forgetting the fruit flavored whosethought of as the gods drink.
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But tradition extends well beyond the.
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You also have to have, yes, yes, a little bit of dry grass, scissors and.
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This is also that the traditions just to keep ghosts.
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to ____ give thanks to all the dead people for the from the family.
probably
likely
perhaps
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possibly
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This just, you know, thanks to them for, you know, being here with us as well as rememberingancestors.
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Other customs includeincense to keep the evil spirits away and waiting for the Star of Bethlehem to appear in the sky.
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Forget about the.
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People say that at, they start talking, actually talking everything to think about you.
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we return to the dinner and prepare for the first and most importantof the evening could you a mixture of wheat,
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I havethis before.
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So I'm gonna give it a go now and see what it tastes like it's ____ nice.
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… one of the first meals of evening and thewe have here and we're going to tuck into now is these traditions from Christian …
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Ghrtd is from/lives in Ukraine and has been a member of iSLCollective since 2022-02-18. Ghrtd last logged in on 2022-11-24, and has shared 1 resources on iSLCollective so far.
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