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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #35145: Months of the year
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    Months of the year


     --January 1st 

      New year's fireworks 2008 in Taipei (Taiwan)

                                                        It is one of the rare fireworks on skyscrapers in the world.

    --February 15th                           'Flag Day' in Canada

                           It is the shortest month , 29 days in leap years

    --March 15th 44BC   assassination of Julius Caesar   

                

    --April  

        William Shakespeare was probably born on  April 23rd 1564 ,      

     he was baptised on April 26th 1564 and died on  April 23rd 1616.

    --May

      The council of Europe has celebrated its founding on May 9th 1949 as 'Europe Day' since 1964.

    --June

    In the northern hemisphere the summer solstice occurs on dates

    varying from June 20th to June 22nd.            

    These days are the longest of the year.                  Saint Jean fires

    --July              It was named after Julius Caesar who was born on this month.

    --August       In many European countries August is the holiday for most workers.

    --September   World War II began on September 1st 1939 with Adolph Hitler's invasion of Poland.

    --October       British admiral Nelson was killed at Trafalgar on October 21st 1805

                         

    --November   All Saints' Day is a feast celebrated on November 1st in western christianity in honour of all saints.

                                      painting by Fra Angelico 

    --December    New Year's Eve is on December 31st the final day of the year

    New year's Eve in London

     

     

                                                                                                                                                  

     

     





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    1. In the United States the 'Independance Day' is celebrated on 4th.

    2. The first day of is celebrated as 'Labor Day' in many countries.

    3.
    Valentine's day is a holiday celebrated on 14th.

    4. A nuclear bomb was dropped on the city of Hiroshima on 6th.

    5. This month is called after the Roman god of war. It is .

    6. On 1st 2007 the Daily Mirror magazine announced that Britain's Prime Minister Tony Blair
    was to become a full time actor once left Number 10.

    7.
    More than toys, presents, lights, Christmas is really the spirit of love and generosity and children catch it. It is on 25th.

    8. begins astrologically with the Sun in the sign of Gemini and ends with the Sun in the sign of Cancer.

    9. In the United States Thanksgiving is celebrated on the fourth Thursday of .

    10.
    Halloween is a holiday celebrated on the night of 31st.









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