British Holidays – Easter

British Holidays – Easter

hi everyone I’m Gina after Christmas the second biggest religious event of the year in the UK is Easter even for people who don’t celebrate Easter as a religious observance it is an important time of the year the date changes every year but it always coincides with the start of spring in this lesson […]

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Learn American Holidays – Halloween

hey everyone I’m Alicia Halloween is a time for celebration in the USA it’s become the second most popular holiday in the nation over the years Halloween is known for its oftentimes scary costumes elaborate parties and events horror film festivals and its many gothic trappings this holiday was a late comer to the u.s. […]

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British Holidays – Pancake Day and Shrove Tuesday

British Holidays – Pancake Day and Shrove Tuesday

Hi everyone, I’m Gina. Pancake Day, or Shrove Tuesday to give it its proper name, is the Tuesday seven weeks before Easter. It is the last day before a period of abstinence, Lent, starts. In this lesson, you’re going to learn about why it is commonly known as Pancake Day and why it is a […]

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Weekly Spanish Words with Rosa – Tourism

Weekly Spanish Words with Rosa – Tourism

Hello everyone, my name is Rosa and this is Spanish weekly words and I am about to discover what the theme for this week is. The theme for this week is tourism and the first word is… [estatua] which means “statue”. [Hay una estatua muy rara en ese parque.] “There is a very bizarre statue […]

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Learn the Top 10 Most Common Tourist Vocabulary in American English

Don’t miss out on new videos, click the bell! And if you enjoyed this video, give it a thumbs up for more. Hi, everyone, my name is Bridget, and in today’s lesson we are going to be talking about the Top 10 Most Common Tourist Vocabulary. Let’s get started! ticket All passengers must have a […]

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