Arbeitsblatt: Halloween

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Beitrag zur englischen Kultur
Englisch
Anderes Thema
7. Schuljahr
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06.02.2014

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Halloween !!! Halloween Vocabulary Halloween N. holiday celebrated on October 31 in which people dress in scary costumes to carve V. to cut with large knife pumpkin N. large, orange vegetable associated with Halloween Jack-olantern costume trick or treat N. Americans traditionally cut out scary faces in pumpkins and put candle inside. These pumpkins with faces are called Jack-o-lanterns. Jack-o-lanterns are made to scare away evil spirits on Halloween. N. scary clothing or disguises worn on Halloween On Halloween, children go from house to house and say trick or treat. This phrase means give me candy or will play trick on you. Families usually give the children candy. If the children dont get candy, they sometimes play mean tricks like breaking the house Jack-o-lantern or putting soap on its windows. costume party N. party where everyone dresses in scary costumes bobbing for apples This is traditional Halloween game. You put apples in barrel of water and people try to take the floating apples out of the water using only their mouths. skeleton N. body of nothing but bones ghost N. the spirit of dead person which appears again ghoul N. an evil spirit which takes bodies from graves and eats them goblin N. an unkind spirit which plays tricks on people witch N. woman with magic powers (usually evil) warlock N. man with magic powers (usually evil) Vocabulary in Writing Use the above vocabulary to fill in the blanks in the following poem. Your answers can be checked by clicking at the bottom of the page. Little Monsters Choose your and carve it right, For tonight is the night of fright. most dangerous eve is Disguise yourself from dangers unseen. Beware! The witches and prepare their brews, Deadly mixtures and magic stews. Those without should run and hide, Or, better yet, stay inside, For the darkest night is the night of fools, Souls unprepared for bone-eating , Ghosts and who seek to annoy Or, perhaps, even destroy. Listen! Hear the sounds of laughter and little feet, As they threaten you with . Give them candy, they will go away. Lock your doors and pray That the candle stays lit, And the devilish children quit. A. E. Martin