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Halloween

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  • 1. ELOI URBANO 3R ESO
  • 2. INTRODUCTION Halloween is an ancient festival, which has its roots in the Celtic festival , this was when the Celts (the ancient inhabitants of Great Britain) celebrated their New Year and the day they believed that the souls of those who had died that year progressed to the underworld. It was said to be a night when ghosts, demons and witches roamed the earth and people tried to placate them with offerings of nuts and berries.
  • 3. Legend of Halloween It is said that Halloween night, the door that separated the world of the living Beyond opened and the spirits of the dead were in a procession in which people lived.
  • 4. Trick or Treat Children dress up and roam the streets asking for candy from door to door. After calling at the door children uttered the phrase "trick or treat" (Truc o Tracte). If adults give them candy, money or other reward, is interpreted to have accepted the deal. If on the other refuse, the boys will spend a little joke, throw eggs or shaving foam against the door.
  • 5. Jack o' Lanterns Pumpkin Halloween, says the legend, used to illuminate the way back to the world of the living to their beloved dead and they were welcome, and protected from evil spirits.
  • 6. LEGEND OF HALLOWEEN PUMPKINS Pumpkin Halloween, says the legend, used to illuminate the way back to the world of the living to their beloved dead and they were welcome, and protected from evil spirits.
  • 7. Legend of Middle Age In the Middle Ages some bandits dress up their minds to commit misdeeds. Hence the custom of dressing up.
  • 8. PETS IN HALLOWEEN Some people dress their pets for Halloween. Here are some examples:
  • 9. PETS DRESS
  • 10. THE END