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Some British Traditions

Some British Traditions

Every nation and every country has its own traditions and customs. In Britain, traditions play a more important role because the British are very conservative. They are proud of their traditions and keep them up carefully.

I already know some of the English holidays such as Halloween, St [seint] Valentines Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Columbus Day. Here are some more facts about old English traditions.

You know that there are a lot of ravens living in the Tower of London. Each raven has got its name and the raven masters look after them. One of the legends says that London can be the capital of the country until () twelve black ravens live in the Tower. Londoners believe this legend and always bring food to the ravens.



Another famous tradition is Guy Fawkes Day. Children go out into the streets on the 5th of November. They ask for money, buy fireworks and burn the figure [figə] of a guy on the bonfire [bonfaiə]. People watch fireworks and go to the parties in the evening.

Though different countries have different traditions and holidays, people learn them all over the world.

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Some British Traditions

Every nation and every country has its own traditions and customs. In Britain, traditions play a more important role because the British are very conservative. They are proud of their traditions and keep them up carefully.

I already know some of the English holidays such as Halloween, St [seint] Valentines Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Columbus Day. Here are some more facts about old English traditions.

You know that there are a lot of ravens living in the Tower of London. Each raven has got its name and the raven masters look after them. One of the legends says that London can be the capital of the country until () twelve black ravens live in the Tower. Londoners believe this legend and always bring food to the ravens.



Another famous tradition is Guy Fawkes Day. Children go out into the streets on the 5th of November. They ask for money, buy fireworks and burn the figure [figə] of a guy on the bonfire [bonfaiə]. People watch fireworks and go to the parties in the evening.

Though different countries have different traditions and holidays, people learn them all over the world.

Some British Traditions

Every nation and every country has its own traditions and customs. In Britain, traditions play a more important role because the British are very conservative. They are proud of their traditions and keep them up carefully.

I already know some of the English holidays such as Halloween, St [seint] Valentines Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Columbus Day. Here are some more facts about old English traditions.

You know that there are a lot of ravens living in the Tower of London. Each raven has got its name and the raven masters look after them. One of the legends says that London can be the capital of the country until () twelve black ravens live in the Tower. Londoners believe this legend and always bring food to the ravens.



Another famous tradition is Guy Fawkes Day. Children go out into the streets on the 5th of November. They ask for money, buy fireworks and burn the figure [figə] of a guy on the bonfire [bonfaiə]. People watch fireworks and go to the parties in the evening.

Though different countries have different traditions and holidays, people learn them all over the world.

 

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