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St.Patrick's Day
St.Patrick's Day
St.Patrick's Day
St.Patrick's Day
St.Patrick's Day
St.Patrick's Day
St.Patrick's Day
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St.Patrick's Day

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  • 1. St.Patrick’s day
  • 2. Index1.St.Patrick’s history2.The shamrocks3.What do Irish people do onSt.Patrick’s day?4.What do they eat and drink on thisday?
  • 3. 1.St. Patrick’s history• St.Patrick’s real name was Maewyn Succat. He was born in Wales around 385 AD. He has a good life with rich parents in their country. When he was sixteen years he was captured by pirates who took him to Ireland and there he worked as a farmer taking care of pigs and sheep . He felt alone and he prayed all the time, for these reason one day at night he heard the God voice saying to him to escape. He took a boat and when he arrived to France he became a priest .Lots of years later he came back to Wales and there he had another vision: it was the God telling him to return to Ireland and convert the Irish people to Christianity.
  • 4. 2.The shamrocks• St.Patrick used the shamrocks to explain the concept of God (father, son and Holy Spirit). The shamrocks are usually accompanied by leprechauns. They’ve got three parts.
  • 5. 3. What do Irish people do on St. Patrick’s day?• Irish people wear green clothes or accessories, if they don’t wear something green, somebody pinch them.
  • 6. • They also do a parade, the largest one is in NY. Irish people wear green clothes, a lot of shamrocks and green decorations in the parade.
  • 7. 4.What do they drink and eat on this day?• Adults drink beer that it’s green, they also can buy green brownies or cakes. Children can drink green juices or cocktails without alcohol. They can also drink coffee with drawings(shamrocks, leprechauns…).
  • 8. The END!By: Èlia and Aina

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