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British tradition in English

Traditions (traditions) have any people. This is the basis on which society rests, and each of his cell — the family. Traditions unite people, make them remember their roots help to gain confidence in themselves and their loved ones. Traditions give a sense of stability and security. There are traditions that are equally comply with peoples of different countries, and there are those that are unique and inherent to people of a certain nationality. This is a common tradition. In addition, each family can have their own, their favorite traditions. For example, when the family members and relatives gather for any holidays. Or parents devote any days of your children, and they traditionally go on rides. Traditions can be completely different. And if you are learning the English language, especially to know and respect the traditions of the carriers of the language — your undeniable duty.


What are the British tradition in English

When we talk about the English tradition of the English language, and it comes to good old England, we always remember the traditional tea ceremony between lunch and dinner. It is called the five o’clock tea and carried out between 5 and 6 o’clock in the evening. For the English, it’s a whole ritual of a good rest over a cup of tea.

Another very well-known English tradition of the English language is the process of dressing up the bride at a wedding ceremony. There is even a kind of a saying that defines some of the things that the bride should wear on your wedding day to be a happy family life: Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue. As we can see, in the dress of the bride must have the following items: something old, something new, something borrowed (lent), and something blue.

Not ignored and a popular holiday like Christmas (Christmas). While many people like the UK and the US have recently argued that this festival almost completely lost its religious significance and became a holiday that brings fabulous profits to businessmen. By tradition, on this day in every house must stand Christmas tree (Christmas tree), under which Santa Claus (Santa Claus / Father Christmas) leaves Christmas gifts (christmas gifts / presents). On this day, they sing a special Christmas song (christmas carols) and give all the cards (christmas cards). On the festive table must be present: turkey with cranberry sauce (turkey accompanied by cranberry sauce); Christmas pudding with baked silver coin of happiness inside (christmas pudding with a silver coin); «Basket» filled with ground beef (mince pies). There’s even a traditional Christmas wishes associated with the last meal: If you eat twelve mince pies in twelve different houses during twelve days of Christmas, you will have a happy twelve month in the coming year!. Incidentally, the 12 days of Christmas are called yuletide Christmas Yuletide. And as without the English tradition of kissing under the mistletoe hanging branch (a branch of mistletoe).

In the English tradition in English Christmas is close, people gather in the house of any of them and enjoy the society, because they are so rarely seen. Happy reunion of family members and relatives is known and Thanksgiving in the US (Thanksgiving Day), which falls on the fourth Thursday of November. Meeting loved ones (family reunion) is traditionally held to be the house of an older relative (the oldest relative). People taste the traditional dishes of the day, exchange cards and gifts. A charitable and community organizations (charitable and civic organizations) on this day fed a traditional holiday dinner (traditional meal) poor and homeless (the poor and the homeless).

There is the British tradition in English related to different holidays and memorable days, there is a tradition dedicated to birthdays … Traditions need to know to follow them and create new ones! People revere tradition, will never have the feeling that their lives are meaningless. Knowledge of the English tradition of the English language will help you better understand the life and culture of native speakers!

 

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