пятница, 1 апреля 2011 г.

Saint Patrick's Day

Hello! There are a lot of holidays in Great Britain, and one of the most famous of them is Saint Patrick's Day. Having read some information about this holiday can you tell what you like the most about it - maybe, some facts or traditions?

You will learn more information when you read this article and visit this site.

5 комментариев:

  1. Thanks for the information about one of the most interesting world holidays! For me it's one of the most fascinating and, to some extent, mysterious holidays. I had a wonderful chance of visiting the homeland of St.Patrick's Day last summer. Unfortunately I was unable to see the parade, as you understand, but every place in Dublin reminded me of the holiday. Every shop is full of souvenirs, somehow connected with it. I manages to bring here a lot of pretty things with Trinity, shamrock and so on.
    Kate, I hope I'll visit this country again and tell you about some peculiarities and traditions, I've seen with my own eyes. And I think your article on Wiki and the presentation are full of useful information.

  2. I like the information about St.Patrick's Day. Saint Patrick is a good man, and people all over the world respect him. I think he made very usefull things for Ireland. I'd like to celebrate this holiday at it's birthplace.

  3. To tell the truth I didn' t know much of this holiday. Thanks for such an interesting and useful facts about St.Patrick's Day. The most interesting fact is about celebrating this holiday in Chicago. As a matter of fact I could't imagine that St.Patrick's Day is celebrated in so many cities, towns, and villages.

    Thank you for your lesson. I have done all the exercises with great pleasure.

  4. Thank you for the interesting lesson! I have learnt a lot of new information. As Nastya, I like the fact that every year in Saint Patrick's Day pounds of green vegetable dye are released into the Chicago River. It is really amazing.

  5. It is a public holiday in the Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland, Newfoundland and Labrador and in Montserrat. It is also widely celebrated by the Irish diaspora, especially in places such as Great Britain, Canada, the United States, Argentina, Australia, New Zealand, and Montserrat, among others. I like that this holiday is very popular.