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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #19068: Celebrations
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    Celebrations


    Birthday: The date on which an event occurred in some previous years (or the celebration of it)

    Flag: a piece of cloth showing colours or representing a nation or special group of people.

     Going-away party: festivity done to say goodbye to someone.

    Display: an exhibition or to exhibit for other people.

    Bonfire: a large outdoor fire used to celebrate some event.

    Reception: formal party for welcoming guests.

    Feast splendid meal with many good things to eat and drink.

    Costume: clothing that you wear during a party or other events.

    Fireworks: fire devices which display light show in the sky.

    Commemorate: to honour an outstanding person, place, or event in history.

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    1. People of my country light a in the open air at night to celebrate a religious festival

    2. They are planning to Mother Teresa for her call to peace.

    3. Tom put on a beautiful during his wedding party.

    4. There were hundreds of displayed in the sky to welcome the national football team.

    5. There was an interesting at the Gallery last week celebrating a national event.

    6. He proudly held the of his country and made a tour around the stadium when he broke the 1500 metres record.

    7. The host prepared a big for the special guests

    8. We're going to organise a for my brother because he is going overseas for a year to study.

    9. The president who visited our country last week was given an enthusiastic

    10. The lady lit just four candles on her fortieth









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