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Traditions and Celebrations: Halloween

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Traditions and Celebrations: Halloween

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Juls
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Fecha de Creación:
30/10/2021

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What is Halloween? Halloween has been a traditional celebration that began in Europe hundreds of years ago. Since that time some people have believed that ghosts of dead people visit living people. Nowadays it is a popular in several countries around the world, but it is perhaps most popular in Canada and the United States. It has been always celebrated on the same date every year: October 31st. Around this time, people like as tell scary stories as watch horror movies. In the evening on October 31st, children wear costumes. These are clothes that make them look like interesting animals, monsters or people. They might be scarier than funnier. The costumes often include a face mask or some make-up painted on the person’s face, a witch with a tall black hat, or maybe even a ghost. Children then go from house to house and ask for candy by saying, “Trick or treat?” Many older kids and adults also put on costumes and go to Halloween parties. Jack - o’ lanterns are more common during this time. Most of the people like to put them in their windows or just outside their doors. They are pumpkins with lights inside and faces cut into them. After spending the night Trick-or-Treating, children go back home to eat the sweets. Sometimes, groups of friends have parties, where they eat food in the form of Halloween shapes, and play Halloween games. One game is called “Bobbing for Apples”. In this game you must pick up an apple with your mouth from a bowl of water, with your hands behind your back (you can’t use your hands!). It’s very difficult and you get a wet face but you have a great time! In Mexico, a similar traditional celebration has been called ‘The Day of the Dead’ – family and friends come together for three days to pray for and remember people who have died. Eventhough it is less celebrated by South American or Asian countries, many people around the world know about this tradition and get to have a good time. “Happy Halloween” everyone! *Read and comprehend the text to answer the following questions ----> CLICK TO GO THE NEXT QUESTIONS.
According to the article, in Canada and USA dead people visit children more frequent than in other countries. True False.
According to the article: How long does Halloween last for? It last one day It last three days It lasts one day in Canada and USA and three days in Mexico.
According to the article: Halloween is more popular in Canada than in USA. True, it is more popular in Canada than in USA False, it is less popular in Canada than in USA The article says it is as popular in Canada as in USA.
According to the article: Why do many people wear costumes on Halloween? They want to have fun They are afraid of ghosts They think they are part of a movie.
According to the text: Halloween is a celebration only for children True False.
According to the article: Where do children go to get candy on Halloween? Mexico other people’s homes Halloween parties.
According to the text: What what is a Jack - o’ lantern? It is a pumkin with a face on it and a light inside It is the broomstick which witches fly on It is a candy brand.
in the text: What is “Bobbing for Apples” It is a halloween beverage It is a basket full of green apples It is a common halloween parties game.
How have mexican people called this day? All Hallows Eve The Day of the Dead The Pumpkin day.
What is the tense of the following sentence: Halloween has been a traditional celebration... Simple Past Present Perfect Simple Present.
What does the word "Nowadays" mean in the following sentences: Nowadays it is a popular in several countries around the world... during the past days during these days during the future days.
What is the function of the word "as" in the following sentence: People like as tell scary stories as watch horror movies. to describe to compare to express an action.
What is the function of the word "go" and "ask" in the following sentence: Children then go from house to house and ask for candy by saying, “Trick or treat?” They indicates a place They indicates a description They indicates an action.
The word "older" in the following sentence means: Many older kids and adults also put on costumes and go to Halloween parties. as old less old more old.
What does the word pumkin mean? and what is its function? It is a orange sweet vegetable and it is a noun It is the king of the halloween and it is a noun It is a daily lantern and it is a noun.
What is the function of the expression "In Mexico" in the following sentence: In Mexico, a similar traditional celebration has been called ‘The Day of the Dead’ to indicate a noun to indicate a place to indicate an action.
What does the expression trick or treat deal with? It is a magical phrase to contact dead people It is the phrase you say when knock someone´s door on Halloween It is the first name of the Halloween celebration.
What is the form of the word "died" in the following sentence: Family and friends come together to pray for and remember people who have died. infinitive form past form past participle form.
What does the sentence "Eventhough it is less celebrated by South American or Asian countries, many people around the world know about this tradition" mean? that Southamerican people don't celebrate Halloween that in Southamerica and Asia is not as celebrated as in other countries but still many people celebrate it there. that in Southamerica and Asia people just ignore this celebration.
What is your favorite celebration of the year? Why? **Answer to this question refering to at least 5 main ideas related to your favourite celebration. Use Perfect tenses and add comparatives and superlatives to your answer. (This answer gets 7 points of the final score of 28 points) ***Once you finish this test, take the screenshot to get your test backup ****Send the final written answer and the Test screenshot backup to alexandra.lopez.j@uaconcagua.cl ----> CLICK HERE TO GET YOUR FINAL SCORE.
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