Wedding in England

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Wedding in England

  1. 1. GROUP 2:• Bùi Bích Phương• Đỗ Thị Nhâm• Hoàng Thị Hải Yến• Lê Minh Thu
  2. 2. I. INTRODUCTIONII. BODY I. BEFORE THE WEDDING DAY 1. Choosing the day 2. Choosing place II. ON WEDDING DAY 1. The wedding ceremony 2. After the wedding ceremonyIII. CONCLUSIONIV. Q & AV. EXERCISE
  3. 3. BEFORE WEDDING CHOOSING DAYSaturday is considered the most Monday for wealthfavored day to marry. Tuesday for health Wednesday the The Summer was considered a best day of all Thursday for losses good time to marry Friday for crosses Saturday for no June was considered to be a luck at all lucky month to marry
  4. 4. BEFORE WEDDING CHOOSING PLACE:-A register office A church of the Church of EnglandA synagogue Other places
  5. 5. BEFORE WEDDING DAY CHOOSING PLACE FOR RECEPTIONOUTSIDE
  6. 6. BEFORE WEDDING DAYCHOOSING PLACE FOR RECEPTION INSIDE
  7. 7. BEFORE WEDDING DAY DECORATION OF PLACE FLOWERSFlowers have always beenused for decoration at weddingsA combination of red and whiteflowers is avoided by thesuperstitious because they standfor blood and bandages
  8. 8. BEFORE WEDDING CHOOSING PLACE:IN VIETNAMAT HOME IN RESTAURANT IN CHURCH OUTSIDE
  9. 9. ON WEDDING DAY THE WEDDING CEREMONY-The groom and his best manwait inside the church for thearrival of the bride and her‘entourage’-The bride then taken by herfather, to the accompaniment ofmusic and the ceremony starts.
  10. 10. ON WEDDING DAY THE WEDDING CEREMONYIN VIETNAM The wedding ceremony starts in front of the altar. The bride and the groom would kneel down and pray, asking their ancestors’ permission to be married,
  11. 11. ON WEDDING DAY THE WEDDING CEREMONYThe groom and the bridesay their vows They give each other rings
  12. 12. ON WEDDING DAY THE WEDDING CEREMONYThey sign in wedding register
  13. 13. AFTER WEDDING CEREMONY THE WEDDING RECEPTION 8 steps1. Introduction2. Catering3. The wedding cake4. Seating plan5. Greeting arrivals at the Reception6. Speeches7. Cutting the cake8. After the formalities
  14. 14. AFTER WEDDING CEREMONY THE WEDDING RECEPTIONOUTSIDE
  15. 15. ON WEDDING DAYTHE WEDDING RECEPTION INSIDE
  16. 16. AFTER WEDDING CEREMONY THE WEDDING RECEPTIONA number of speechesand/or toasts are given inhonour of the couple fromBest Man, Brides Fatherand the Groom
  17. 17. AFTER WEDDING CEREMONY THE WEDDING RECEPTIONThe married couple,the couples parents,the best man and thewedding entouragegreet each of theguests IN VIETNAM
  18. 18. AFTER WEDDING CEREMONY THE WEDDING RECEPTIONGuests leavepresents forthe bride andgroom on atable in theroom wherethe receptiontakes place.
  19. 19. ON WEDDING DAY THE WEDDING RECEPTION Cutting Wedding CakeIt is consideredlucky for thecouple to cut thecake together. Itsymbolisesthem workingtogether duringtheir marriage.
  20. 20. ON WEDDING DAY THE WEDDING RECEPTIONAfter the reception the bridethrows her bouquet backover her shoulder where theunmarried female guestgroup together The groom to remove the garter worn by the bride and throw it back over his shoulder toward the unmarried male guests.
  21. 21. CONCLUSION- It’s obvious that there are some changesbetween the past and present on weddingcustoms in England.- To prepare for wedding day, people have tocarefully choose the day and place.- Some superstition should be care as wellduring wedding day.- They are also different from Vietnam.
  22. 22. VOCABULARY1. Synagogue (n)a building that Jews met for religious worship and teaching (giáo đường)2. Superstitious (adj) believing in that particular events happen in a way, bring a bad or good luck thatcan not be explained by science or reason ( thuộc mê tín)3. To the accompaniment of sth (idiom) while musical instrument is being played ( một bản nhạc nền)4. Ancestor (n)a person in your family who lived in a long time ago ( died already) (tổ tiên)5. Entourage (n)a group of people who travel with an important person (những người tùy tùng)6. Reception (n)a formal social occasion to welcome sb or celebrate sth. (tiệc chiêu đãi) 7. Catering (n) work of providing food and drinks for meeting or social events.
  23. 23. SOURCE:www.onelifeceremonies.co.uk/outdoor-wedding-ceremonhttp://www.weddings.co.uk/info/tradsupe.htmhttp://www.learnenglish.de/culture/marriage.htm

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