Презентация "Russian Festivals"

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Russian Festivals New Year’s Day
  • A family holiday
  • To stay up until midnight
  • To see the Old Year off
  • To see the New Year in
  • To put up the New Year Tree
  • To do the illumination
  • To decorate the New Year Tree with toys
  • To lay the holiday table
  • To wait for the clock to strike midnight
  • To congratulate each other
  • To say “A Happy New Year”
  • To wish a strong health and happiness
  • To be a Christian holiday
  • To decorate fir-trees with tinsels, baubles, fairy lights and to light candles
  • To have parties
  • To wish a merry Christmas
  • To give gifts to relatives and friends
  • To have deep roots and to be connected with the end of winter
  • To be ‘’A Farawell-to-Winter Festival”
  • To remember hardly about them (many people)
  • To do a lot during this festival
  • To have a lot of fun
  • To say “goodbye” to winter
  • To welcome spring
  • To have carnivals and to ride Russian troikas
  • To cook and eat a lot of pancakes
  • To climb a pole for a gift
  • to be religious holiday; a Christian holy day
  • To be celebrated in spring (March, April, May)
  • To remember the death of Christ and his return to life
  • To have gatherings
  • To bake paskha, kulich and other pies
  • To dye eggs
  • To exchange dyed eggs with relatives and friends