X-MAS ON AUSTRALIA
By : Jorge Litz
The language spoke in Australia is english.
Austalia is located on the continent Australia.
- Australians decorates their houses by hanging wreaths on their front doors,they place their christmas tree in their gardens or houses.
- They sing christmas carols on christmas eve.
- Neighbors visit each other to look at the each one light displays.
- Festivals and parades are hold in each city.
- Boxing day is very important , australians go and do barbecues at the beach after or before christmas
Food Austalian eat during the holidays:
People traditionally eat their meal hot and at night , decoration is placed and turkey with other meals are accompanied,but in Australia citizens have different traditions. Their meal is often ate in lunch time . Sea food such as lobster,fish and prawns and barbecues are usally now are popular at Austalia. The desert they never miss ... the christmas crackers.
During the holidays, Australia is extremely hot. While in Mexico we are in Winter , they are in plenty summer. Austalia is filled with blue skies , sunshine,and intense heat , as any other part of the world with summer. The temperature sometime reaches the 35 degrees centigrade or 100 fahrenheit.
Popular Carols and popular stories
- Popular carols such as the ¨six white boomer¨and ¨santa never made it into darwing¨are sang in the local festivals and parades.
- Popular stories are told in Australia such as the ¨santas journey¨,¨the meril email¨,first aussies christmas¨etc...
Best Christmas Songs 1 - We wish you a Merry Christmas (Greatest Old English X-mas Song Music Hits)
Opinion: What I like the most
What I like the most of the Australian tradions was that their weather during christmas was very hot 100 degrees fahrenheit. People go to the beaches to make barbecues,they swim and they go to the pool .
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