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Halloween

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Halloween

Halloween Traditions
Food and Costumes

Food
Costumes
Sources
Other Traditions
Trick or treat
Apple bobbing
Scary Decoration

Symbols
Basic information
Halloween is a popular holiday celebrated on 31st October. This festival is especially famous in The United States, Canada, Australia and Great Britain.


a bat
Children in costumes travel from house to house in order to ask for treats such as candy with the question "Trick or treat?".
Prepare a bowl of water and put some apples into it. Ask your friends to bite one of the apples without using his hand.
- Throw a nut into a fire. If it cracks someone you love, will fall in love with you.
- Jump over candles, which stand in a circle on the ground.
- Divination
On Halloween people cook special dishes. Most of these are made with sugar syrup and apples. The most popular are :
Dressing up in costumes in The United States began in the 20th century. People are inspired by the favourite figures or other supernatural characters like vampires, zombies, monsters and devils.
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www.jackolanterns.net
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a black cat
blood
a ghost
a fire
a pumpkin
bones and a skeleton
a broomstick
a witch and a wizard
Stores, malls, restaurants, offices, and homes decorate their windows so that they look as scary as possible
Candy corns and pumpkins
Pumpkin pie
Cookies and candy in the shape of the symbols of Halloween
Caramel apples
Caramel corns
a vampire
a spider
a gravestone
Quotes and proverbs
Acting is like a Halloween mask that you put on. -River Phoenix
Trick or Treat! Give me something good to eat. Give me candy. Give me cake. Give me something sweet to take!
Eat, drink and be scary.
When witches go riding, and black cats are seen, the moon laughs and whispers, it is near Halloween.
Nothing on Earth so beautiful as the final haul on Halloween night.
-Steve Almond
Halloween wraps fear in innocence, As though it were a slightly sour sweet. Let terror, then, be turned into a treat... -Nicholas Gordon
Pixie, kobold, elf, and sprite,All are on their rounds tonight;In the wan moon's silver ray,Thrives their helter-skelter play.-Joel Benton
Jokes about Halloween
What is a vampire's favorite sport?
Casketball
Thank you for your attention.
Paulina Zamożna
Gimnazjum nr 1 w Rędzinach
What is Halloween?
The modern name of Halloween comes from "All Hallows' Evening," or in their slang "All Hallow's Even", the eve of All Hallows' Day. "Hallow" is an Old English word for "holy person," and All Hallows' Day is just another name for All Saints' Day, eventually, it became abbreviated to "Hallowe'en" and then "Halloween."
What does the name
Halloween mean?
How and when did Halloween originate?
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Halloween's origins date back some 2,000 years to the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain.
Jack-o'-lantern

People have been making jack-o'-lanterns at Halloween for centuries. The practice originated from an Irish myth about a man nicknamed "Stingy Jack."
The most common contemporary meaning of jack-o’-lantern is the candlelit carved pumpkin which is a ubiquitous symbol of Halloween.

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Wiem Jbeli
Nada Ghedamsi
Yosra Gallala

LVN 2013
Content
1- Basic Information
2- Halloween Traditions
3- Food and Costumes
Naturally, not wanting to be possessed, the Celts would extinguish the fires in their homes, to make them cold and undesirable. They would furthermore dress up in scary costumes.
Celts believed that on the night before the new year, the boundary between the worlds of the living and the dead became blurred.
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