NEW YEAR'S EVE

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NEW YEAR'S EVE

  1. 1. NEW YEARS EVE ANDNEW YEARS DAYJuan Martinez, Ivan Ortega, IkerFernandez, Jurgi Pérez, Jon Rementeria
  2. 2. DATE OF THE CELEBRATION(NEW YEARS EVE)New Years Eve is celebrated on December31st
  3. 3. DATE OF THE CELEBRATION(NEW YEARS DAY)New Years Day is celebrated on January 1st
  4. 4. HOW IS IT CELEBRATED?New Years Eve is often celebrated withfireworks and parties, before or after eatingdinner
  5. 5. New Years Day, however, is only celebratedwith a family dinner
  6. 6. PLACE OF CELEBRATION(NEW YEARS EVE)New Years Eve is a family celebration, so it isusually celebrated at a family membershouse
  7. 7. It is usually celebrated having meals
  8. 8. There are usually a lot of family members,such as uncles, grandparents and cousins
  9. 9. The table is full of many exquisite foods likelobster, foie and products you only eat at veryspecial celebrations like Christmas
  10. 10. THE FAMILY DINNER
  11. 11. PLACE OF CELEBRATION(NEW YEARS DAY)There is usually a lot of food. All the familycomes to have a good time.
  12. 12. TRADITIONS AND RITUALSThere are a lot of traditionsand rituals in the NewYear, but these are themost common:• At 12 am you must eat agrape for each bell ring,while you watch TV• You must eat 12 grapes intotal
  13. 13. TRADITIONS AND RITUALS• You must wear red underpantsIf you dont respect these rituals you mighthave a bad year!!!
  14. 14. THATS ALL...WE HOPE YOU LIKED IT !!!

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