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SSP 106 Unit 4
Terms in this set (28)
(n.) - a kind of special hotel where people go when they are on holiday. This can be used for skiing, for enjoying the beach or just for relaxing.
(n.) - the ceremony that people use to commemorate or celebrate the life of someone who has died.
(v.) - to move dust or dirt with a broom.
(v.) - to successfully complete high school, university or another course of study.
(n.) - a problem (such as homelessness or obesity) in a particular society.
(n.) - a large outdoor party that is usually celebrated at the time of a particular holiday.
(adj.) - something that is done because of or according to a tradition, i.e. something that was done by your parents and grandparents, etc.
(n.) - clothes worn by someone to make him or her look like a different person, an animal, etc.
(n.) - 1. a special day or days that people celebrate for religious or cultural reasons. e.g. Christmas, Eid al-Fitr, Chinese New Year. 2. a time when people stop working to travel or relax; a vacation (UK English).
(n.) - a special day that people celebrate such as a holiday, birthday, wedding anniversary, etc.
(n.) - a set of ritual actions that are part of a traditional or religious event, such as a wedding or funeral.
(n.) - a tradition.
a special dish
(n.) - a special food.
(adj.) - something that is done only during a certain season.
set off fireworks
(exp) - to blow up colorful explosives that people burn when celebrating a special day
(n) - a public celebration when musical bands, brightly decorated vehicles, etc., move down the street.
(v.) - to walk with rhythm as a part of a parade or military exercise. (n.) - a line of people who are walking rhythmically.
(n.) - a meal that is prepared at home and then taken outside to be eaten.
(v) - to speak to God or gods in order to ask for help or give thanks.
(n.) - a written greeting, often with a picture on the front, that you send to people on special occasions
give each other gifts
(exp.) - to exchange gifts; this is a tradition in some holidays, such as Christmas.
wish each other well
(exp) - to say that you hope someone will have good luck, a happy life, etc.
(v.) t0 have parties or ceremonies for a particular holiday.
(adj.) - a product that is not working correctly.
(n.) - the period of time before a wedding when two people are promised in marriage.
(n.) - the party that comes after a wedding ceremony.
(n.) - the period of time after the wedding when a newly married couple may take a vacation together.
(n.) - family.
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