What public holidays do you have in your country?

The most important for me is the last day of the year because I do a great party with my friends.

We go at friend home to dinner. The evening meal are always special. You know: an aperitif; the first plate and the second which is normaly a good cooked dish. The dessert are the typical Christmas sweets and the twelve grapes for the midnight peals of bells.

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When it is twelve o’clock, we eat the grapes and after we scream, we play trumpets, whistles, we kiss us and we wish us a very good New Year.

After this celebration, we give us some presents. We make of this way: Every one put her gift into a black sack and when all gifts are there, each one put her hand into the sack and take out a present for him and must guess who bought it. Every gift is representative of the personality whom buy it.

After we listen music and who want, they dance or we talk about our things.

When we are tired or we are sleepy, we go to sleep and the party is finish.

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4 comentaris a l'entrada: What public holidays do you have in your country?

  1. omar diu:

    D’això…Escolti intrús: es pot saber què ha fet vostè amb el meu amic Frederic? Ell parlava català i feies les festes en català. Sí, sí, la de Cap d’Any també. Faci el favor de tornar-nos-el sa i estalvi (i català) i si vol obrir una pàgina en myweb, doncs se l’obre, però no usurpi la del meu amic en lamevaweb. He dit.

  2. Ah, no! Això, si que no! Ja en tinc prou de no entendre res del que passa al món; com per a sobre, no entendre el que diu en Frederic.

  3. Laia diu:

    Llegir akest article m’ha costat, però gràcies al meravellos “Collins” q tink, m’ha resolt tots els dubtes q tenia.
    Igualment crec q necessito algunes classes d’anglès per acabar-lo de reforçar 😛

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