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Listening activity: vocabulary practice related to Easter traditions in various countries.
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Finding out about Easter traditions in various countries such as in the USA and Europe
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3 minutes 51 seconds
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Vocabulary practice
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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, Adults
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1. Fill the gap.
This is is the Easter Egg Roll, which is anWhite House event inDC
2. Fill the gap.
It's been a long established tradition ofeggs on the historic grounds of the
3. Fill the gap.
Every child in the US is given the chance to attend this Easter event by entering into anfor tickets.
4. Fill the gap.
The lottery is held inevery year fordays.
5. Guess the end.
What is the name of the practice in Hungary?
6. Fill the gap.
Men playfully sprinkleor perfume at young women, believing it as a cleaning,and fertility inducing effect.
7. Fill the gap.
… where men playfully sprinkleor perfume at young women, believing it has a cleaningand fertility inducing effect.
8. Fill the gap.
In the Czech Republic, boys perform a gentle and playfulon women, using whips made of willow and colourful ribbons.
9. Fill the gap.
They believe that the willow branches transfer theandto the women.
10. Fill the gap.
In Corfu people throw theirout of their windows as part of their Easter tradition.
11. Fill the gap.
The act of breaking their old pots symbolizesand that new crops should be harvested with new pots.
12. Fill the gap.
Kids dress as Easter
13. Fill the gap.
This tradition is a practice inand
14. Guess the end.
What is this tradition called?
15. Fill the gap.
They hang up anrepresenting the Apostle Judas who's known for betraying Jesus and then burn it.
16. Fill the gap.
In Florence, Italy they parade an enormous decoratedand when they reach the Cathedral, they ignite a bigdisplay.
17. Fill the gap.
In Bulgaria members of the family have egg
18. Guess the end.
The winner of the egg fight is considered to be
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