St Patrick's Day

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Presentación de power point sobre el día de San Patricio, su historia, su celebración y dos o tres datos sobre Irlanda, para trabajar en inglés.

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St Patrick's Day

  1. 1. Cristina Perogil Villar e
  2. 2. St. Patrick’s Day or St. Paddy’s Day is celebrated on March 17th every year. It’s an Irish festivity, but it is celebrated in many countries around the world.
  3. 3. Who is Saint Patrick?
  4. 4. He lives in the fourth century. He turns Irish people into Christiansim. He uses a clover to teach them the concept of the Trinity.
  5. 5. HE EXPELLS SNAKES FROM IRELAND, TOO. THERE AREN’T ANY SNAKES IN IRELAND TODAY.
  6. 6. WHAT? WHERE? WHO? HOW?
  7. 7. IRELAND GREAT BRITAIN U.S.A. CANADA AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND ARGENTINA JAPAN SOUTH KOREA MONSERRAT
  8. 8. You have to wear green on St. Patrick’s Day.Green is the lucky colour for this day.
  9. 9. Leprechauns are old men. They are very short. They make shoes and they like jokes.
  10. 10. They keep their gold coins in a pot at the end of the rainbow.
  11. 11. IN MANY CITIES, THERE IS A PARADE ON ST. PATRICK’S DAY.
  12. 12. In Chicago, USA, they dye the Chicago River green for St. Patrick’s Day.
  13. 13. Everyone loves St. Patrick’s Day because…
  14. 14. A QUIZ
  15. 15. How many leaves does a shamrock have? ONE THREE FOUR SIX
  16. 16. When is Saint Patrick’s Day celebrated? MARCH, 13TH MARCH, 17TH MARCH, 14TH MARCH, 18TH
  17. 17. What do leprechauns hide at the end of the rainbow? A POT OF GOLD MARSHMALLOWS SHAMROCKS A POT OF SILVER
  18. 18. Saint Patrick is the saint of… ¿which country? ENGLAND IRELAND SCOTLAND WALES
  19. 19. MORE ABOUT IRELAND
  20. 20. Irish landscapes: Cliffs of Moher
  21. 21. The river Liffey flows through Dublin
  22. 22. IRISH FAMOUS PEOPLE

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