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

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A brief introduction to St. Patrick's Day aimed at ESL/EFL students, but can be used for others.

A brief introduction to St. Patrick's Day aimed at ESL/EFL students, but can be used for others.

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  • Cliffs of Mohr
  • A rural road
  • Doors of Dublin
  • Dublin
  • Old castle
  • Some famous muscians
  • Irish stew consists of vegetables & beef or lamb, Irish soda bread, a St. Patrick’s Day cupcake
  • Irish coffee has coffee, sugar, whiskey and whipped cream. Green beer is sold on St. Patrick’s Day all over.
  • Leprechaun
  • Wearin’ o’ the green
  • Write a paragraph with a topic sentence about one of these men.
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    • 1. St. Patrick’s DaySt. Patrick’s Day Ethnic HolidaysEthnic Holidays
    • 2. St Patrick’s DaySt Patrick’s Day  Irish HeritageIrish Heritage  All over the worldAll over the world  ParadesParades  FoodFood  PartiesParties
    • 3. BackgroundBackground  Patrick was anPatrick was an English man whoEnglish man who took Christianity totook Christianity to the Irishthe Irish  Lived in the 5Lived in the 5thth centurycentury  He had been a slaveHe had been a slave in Ireland, escapedin Ireland, escaped and went backand went back
    • 4. IrelandIreland
    • 5. Irish MusicIrish Music  U2U2  CorrsCorrs  Celtic ThunderCeltic Thunder  CranberriesCranberries  The ChieftainsThe Chieftains  WestlifeWestlife  Van MorrisonVan Morrison  Sir James GalwaySir James Galway
    • 6. FoodFood
    • 7. DrinksDrinks
    • 8. ParadesParades
    • 9. LondonLondon
    • 10. New YorkNew York
    • 11. Niagara FallsNiagara Falls
    • 12. SydneySydney
    • 13. Table Mtn, SouthTable Mtn, South AfricaAfrica
    • 14. Washington DCWashington DC
    • 15. PoliticiansPoliticians
    • 16. MayorsMayors
    • 17. DescribeDescribe

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