VOCABULARY 14: EASTER

VOCABULARY 14: EASTER

Hello ladies and gentlemen! How are you? How is it going? We hope that you and your families are well. (Remember: you must stay at home). This year we are not going to celebrate Easter, anyway, we want to go over the Easter vocabulary. How many words related to this holiday do you know? We encourage you to continue reading this post. Go on!

WHAT IS EASTER?

Easter is a spring festival but it also celebrates de resurrection of Christ. Both the pagan and Christian versions of Easter celebrate life and rebirth. The Easter egg and the rabbit symbolise new life and fertility. The name Easter comes from an ancient Anglo-Saxon goddess, Eostre (the goddess of Spring).

VOCABULARY

-Easter chick.

-Easter rabbit /bunny.

-Easter egg. / Egg painting / Easter egg hunting.

-Chocolates.

-Easter basket.

-Lily (white lilies).

-Tulip.

-Holy Week.

-Cross.

-Ash Wednesday.

-Lent (40 days).

-Daffodil (narciso).

-Lamb.

-Jelly beans.

-Resurrection.

-Penitence.

-Christianity.

-Christ.

EASTER LUNCH MENU

STARTERS: aspargaragus soup (sopa de espárragos), spring vegetable salad, smoked salmon (salmón ahumado).

MAIN COURSES: lamb curry (cordero al curry), roast leg of lamb (pata de cordero al horno), roast chicken (pollo asado).

DESSERTS: lemon cake, chocolate eggs, hot cross buns (panecillo de Pascua).

And that´s all for today.

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