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12 novembre 2009 4 12 /11 /novembre /2009 05:41
My mother was a zebra
My father was a snake
My sister was a panther
With a long black tail

My cousins all were monkeys
My uncle was a bird
My grandma was a hippo
But I'm a little girl
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12 novembre 2009 4 12 /11 /novembre /2009 05:39

My mother was a sheep

                     My father was an ox


My brother was a fox
with long pointed teeth





                                My cousin
was a badger

My uncle was a rooster
My grandma was a pony
  
But I'm a little puppy!
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12 novembre 2009 4 12 /11 /novembre /2009 05:38
THE FARM
My mother was a chicken

My father was a cheep

My sister was a pig with a curly pink tail
My cousins were all ducks
My uncle was a dog
My grandma was a cow
But i'm a litt
le farmer
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12 novembre 2009 4 12 /11 /novembre /2009 05:38
my mother was an apple

my father was an orange

my brother was a grapefruit

and he's so very cute

my uncle was a pear


my grandma was a lemon


my cousin was a banana

but I'am a little mango !



    

http://www.recettes-cuisine-afrique.info/IMG/jpg/mangue.jpg





                                                                   =) =P :) x) xD
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12 novembre 2009 4 12 /11 /novembre /2009 05:35
My father was a lion


My mother was a giraffe


My sister was a hippo

 with high heeled stilettos

My cousins all were rhinos 


My uncle was a monkey



My grandma was a bird



and I'm a little boy 

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12 novembre 2009 4 12 /11 /novembre /2009 05:35
My mother was a panther
My father was a cat
My brother was a lion
With a beautiful gold mane
My cousins all were cheetahs
My uncle was a lynx
My grandma was a tigress
But I'm a little mouse
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29 octobre 2009 4 29 /10 /octobre /2009 15:08

When and where is Diwali celebrated?
Diwali is celebrated by Hindus in India and all over the world. The day of Diwali is determined by the position of the moon according to the Hindu calendar. A moonless or a no-moon day is considered as perfect for Diwali. It usually falls in October or November.
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What is Diwali?
Diwali is the Hindu New Year and may last five continuous days. It is a very colourful and exciting holiday.Homes are cleaned to welcome the New Year, windows are open so that the Goddess of Wealth, LAKSHIMI, can enter. The third day is the festival of lights.
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What do people do? 
People light small oil lamps called DIYAS and place them around the home, in the gardens, verandas as well as rooftops.They draw a RANGOLI at the doorstep to welcome the Goddess. It can be made with coins, flower petals, dry fruit, leaves, sweets, uncooked rice...
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A few days before Diwali, people draw, write and send Diwali greeting cards to their friends and relatives. They also prepare Diwali dishes.

On the most important day of Diwali, they exchange presents, as we do at Christmas. Playing cards or going to casino is very popular because Lakshimi, the Goddess of Wealth protects and smiles upon the players.

Young girls dance traditional dances and beautiful fireworks are let off in the evening.


from Connect 4ème, Hachette 2008
 

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29 octobre 2009 4 29 /10 /octobre /2009 08:52
Have you got any sweets?
Aloud the owl screams
Look at the night 
List the scary costumes
On time for ten pm
We love monsters
End of the day
Eat sweets and toffees
Nine letters to say Halloween

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29 octobre 2009 4 29 /10 /octobre /2009 08:49

Haunted castle
Apples to grab
Lazy bats flying around
Look at the night
October 31st is Halloween
Wizard and witches are coming
Eyes wide open
Everything is scary
Never forget that night

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29 octobre 2009 4 29 /10 /octobre /2009 08:48
 
 A jack-o'-lantern (sometimes also spelled Jack O'Lantern) is typically a carved pumpkin. It is associated chiefly with the holiday Halloween, and was named after the phenomenon of strange light flickering over peat bogs, called ignis fatuus or jack-o'-lantern. In a jack-o'-lantern, typically the top is cut off, and the inside flesh then scooped out; an image, usually a monstrous face, is carved onto the outside surface, and the lid replaced. At night a light is placed inside to illuminate the effect. The term is not particularly common outside North America, although the practice of carving lanterns for Halloween is.
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