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"March is a month of considerable frustration - it is so near spring and yet across a great deal of the country the weather is still so violent and changeable that outdoor activity seems light years away."
Thalassa Cruso
Please note: The MARS / WARS and FADS sessions are back on Skype for another week, but a couple of Lynne's sessions have been cancelled. Check the calendar for dates and times.
Don't forget to check the calendar(s) for session times. Sessions are held on different platforms, so be sure to find out where the session will take place:-

Speaking Practice

LEN English sessions:-
http://www.learnenglish.de/calendar/learnenglishcalendar.html

Listening Practice 24/7

English radio playlists:-
http://www.englishradio.be/musicevents/calendar.html

What is your favourite holiday tradition?

No matter which country you are from, you are sure to have your own traditions, but which is your favourite one?

For me, I enjoy singing carols around the Christmas tree with my family.

What about you? If you could pick one tradition from one holiday as your favourite, what would it be?

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  • mheredgemheredge Wordsmith Here and therePosts: 24,538 mod
    In Nepal there is a very nice festival in the autumn called Tihar. This is when brothers and sisters honour eachother with gifts and tikka on the forehead as a mark of respect.
  • GemmaRowlandsGemmaRowlands Moderator Posts: 4,118 mod
    mheredge said:

    In Nepal there is a very nice festival in the autumn called Tihar. This is when brothers and sisters honour eachother with gifts and tikka on the forehead as a mark of respect.

    That sounds lovely. I think the relationship between brothers and sisters is so important, and is rarely honoured in the UK!
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