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Friday, September 15, 2017


My summer holidays

Hi, today I'm going to talk about my summer holidays. First of all, I'm going to explain my three days in Saillegouse in France, second I'm goingto talk about my trip to Dènia, then third I'm going to talk about my three days in Lloret de Mar and finally, about my trip to Zwevegem in Belgium.

last summer I travelled in August and September, in July I stayed in Banyoles training for the canoe championship in Belgium and on the 3rd of August I left Banyoles by car and I went to Saillegouse with my uncle and my cousin. There was a swimming pool so I went there everyday to take photos and enjoy the sun every day!

I stayed in Saillegouse for three days so on the 6th I already was in Dènia, near Valencia. That trip was very relaxing because we got up late in the morning to go to the swimming pool and then in the afternoon, we went there again. Those 7 days went away very quickly so that soon it was time to come back to Banyoles for a week and then, time to go to Lloret de Mar. 

When I arrived in Banyoles after two weeks, I prepared all the things to go to Lloret de mar. I stayed there with my mum, my grandma, my brother and Xènia so we had a great time together. Every morning we got up at 10 a.m more or less and we went to the beach all the morning, then, we had lunch and in the afternoon we did all the homework. 

Finally, when the holidays in Lloret de Mar finished, I stayed in Banyoles for two weeks and then, I went to Zwevegem , Belgium to compete in the canoe championship (Sobeka Flanders Cup'15). We left Banyoles at 5 a.m and it took 17-18 hours to arrive in Belgium, so we arrived at 10 a.m. We stayed there from Friday to Sunday because the competition was at the weekend. On Friday afternoon, we visited Brugges with the club and we went to sleep very early to be prepared for the competition. 

These were my summer holidays, I hope you enjoyed it and thank you for listening! ; )


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Monday, December 12, 2016





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Wednesday, October 19, 2016



1.When and where is it celebrated?

2.Why is it celebrated on the 31st October?

3.Is it a religious celebration?

4.What does the word 'Halloween' mean?

5.Name 2 typical games.

6.When did it become a dangerous celebration?Why?

7.How do people celebrate it today?

Exercises about HALLOWEEN:


Halloween (also spelled Hallowe'en) is an annual holiday celebrated on October 31. It has roots in the Celtic festival of Samhain and the Christian holy day of All Saints.

Originally Halloween was a pagan festival, around the idea of linking the living with the dead, when contact became possible between the spirits and the physical world, and magical things were more likely to happen. Like most pagan festivals, long ago it was absorbed into the festivals of the expanding Christian church, and became associated with All Hallows Day, or All Saints Day, which eventually fell on November 1.
The celebration of Halloween survived most strongly in Ireland. It was an end of summer festival, and was often celebrated in each community with a bonfire to ward off the evil spirits. Children would go from door to door in disguise as creatures from the underworld to collect treats, mainly fruit, nuts and the like for the festivities. These were used for playing traditional games like eating an apple on a string or bobbing for apples and other gifts in a basin of water, without using your hands. Salt might be sprinkled on the visiting children to ward off evil spirits. Carving turnips as ghoulish faces to hold candles became a popular part of the festival, which has been adapted to carving pumpkins in America.

The day is often associated with the colours black and orange, and is strongly associated with symbols like the jack-o'-lantern. Halloween activities include trick-or-treating, wearing costumes and attending costume parties, ghost tours, bonfires, visiting haunted attractions, telling scary stories, and watching horror films!! 


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