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SUN Junior Noël - Noël en Grande-Bretagne

Cette semaine, les élèves de la section internationale de CM2 de l'école Anatole de Monzie à Nantes nous présentent leurs chroniques spéciales Noël ! Et en anglais s'il-vous-plaît !

Ils interviendront régulièrement à l'antenne pour nous apprendre un peu d'anglais sur des thématiques spécifiques.

Vous avez aimé la chronique ? Retrouvez leur texte ci-dessous :

Cyril : Hello, my name is Cyril !

Isild : Hello, my name is Isild.

Cyril : Let’s talk about how Christmas is celebrated in Britain !

Isild : Alfred & Reydan come from England, they are going to answer our questions.

Avant cela, un peu de vocabulaire pour bien comprendre :

- to put up : accrocher

- stockings : des chaussettes de Noël

- a public holiday : un jour férié

 

Cyril : Hello Alfred, where do you come from ?

Alfred : I come from England and Belgium

Isild : Hello Reydan, where do you come from ?

Reydan : I come from France and England.

Isild : How is Christmas celebrated in Britain?

Alfred : Christmas is a magical season for families and friends. Most
people are on holiday in the UK and stay at home with their family on Christmas day.

Cyril : What day is the main Christmas celebration in Britain?

Reydan : Christmas is celebrated on the 25th December, with a Christmas lunch at
midday for the whole family.

Isild : How do the British prepare for Christmas?

Alfred : During the weeks before Christmas Day, we send cards to our friends and
family. We put up Christmas decorations in our homes. We also sing Christmas carols.

 

Isild : What are the Christmas carols?

Alfred : Christmas carols are special songs which are sung during the Christmas
season.

Isild : What is Boxing Day ?

Alfred : In Britain, Boxing Day is celebrated after Christmas Day. Boxing Day is a
public holiday.

Traditionally, the 26th December was the day to open the Christmas Box to share the
contents with the poor.

Today, it’s a big shopping day with lots of sales.