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  • 元旦的英语作文四篇
    2020-09-14 

    元旦的英语作文四篇

    篇一:元旦的英语作文

    January 1st is New Year's Day. It's a great day for all the people throughout the world. As the saying goes, A good beginning is half the battle . So, many people go all out to celebrate the important day. On that day, I went to the Book City with my classmates. We bought a lot of useful reference books and interesting story books. I believe Knowledge is power . I hope I can learn a lot from these books and improve my study. In the evening, my family had a big dinner party. All the members in my family wished me a good luck in the new year.

    篇二:元旦英语作文

    Today is the first day of the New Year, the morning of fresh air and sunshine, mother took me to feel the New Year's day outside the atmosphere.

    Street vehicle comings and goings, flowing very lively, mother took me to the supermarket to buy things, supermarket bustling, originally people rush to buy New Year gift! My mother said he wanted to buy a toy, I say: "I is the big kid don't car these toys, it would save some money to buy school things," then I will take some learning supplies and a cake billet to do our own cake to celebrate New Year's day. On the way back to my grandma's I saw many shops, supermarkets in glass written on New Year's day wishes everybody happy, return to my grandma's I took the cake billet and brother in above the text is made.

    Less than half an hour a nifty bright homemade cake will appear in the present, this is really a happy New Year!

    篇三:元旦的英文介绍

    yuandan is the first day of the lunar calendar. it is the day when the earth has circled the sun for one round and is beginning another circling. it represents a new beginning when people send off the old days and welcome the new ones. as the first day of the year, yuandan has been considered to be the most important festival since the ancient times.

    customs

    1. kaisui(beginning of the year): according to the chinese

    traditional custom, starting from haishi(9p.m. to 11p.m.)of the last evening of the twelfth lunar month, each family must prepare offering s to deities at the altar. at the same time, they too prepare food for the new year day: the whole family will then stay awake together to attend to the year(called shou sui). after haishi, zishi(11p.m. to 1a.m.)will come, and this is the arrival of new year(yuandan). at this moment, people begin the celebration with fireworks. vegetarian and sweet foods will then be placed are the altar for offerings, and incense be burned to welcome the deities. in the ancient times, it was believed that haishi connected the two years and thus was called kaisui.at the same night, some families will follow the instruction in tongshu and place preparing altar in the direction of the "fortune deity" during the "fortune time" to receive the deity. if the direction of the "fortune deity" is at the "ill position", people will choose to receive "happy deity" or "noble deity" instead.

    2. there is an apparent difference in the custom of food taking on yuandan between the chinese in the northern and southern regions. the northern chinese has the habit of taking jiao zi(dumpling made of flour with vegetable and meat wrapped inside). some people may put a sweet or a coin inside jiao zi, hoping to have a sweet year after tasting the sweet and a wealthy year after tasting the coin. on the other hand, the southern chinese have the taboo for killing on yuandan. therefore, they do not take meat in tee morning of yuandan, so as to avoid bloodshed or mutual slaughter. in order to evade misfortune, they have the first meal of this day without meat. instead, they take vegetarian food for the sake of virtue.

    3. what is special during the new year is that parents or elders will distribute red packets(ang pao or ya sui qian)to the children. people in the ancient times were more particular in giving away the red packets: the distribution took place on the eve of new year so that the kids could suppress the past year and enter the new year. ya sui has the meaning of overcoming the unpredictable future.

    篇四:有关新年英语作文

    Similar Fireworks, Different New Years

    As we all know, New year is the start of a year,and Spring Festival is a new start in lunar calendar.Most Chinese like me will celebrate both of them. However, we celebrate the two festivals in many different ways. I usually stay up late and celebrate the New year with my close friends together.We will go to an interesting place to have fun,so the New Year is usually a relaxing holiday.Spring Festival is more important than the New year.I usually stay up until 12 o'clock with pocket money from grandparents. From my point of view I prefer celebrating Spring Festival. I like it not only it is our tradition but also the nice atmosphere when all the family members get together. As we are busy for a whole year, a festival for us to be reunion and chat can be necessary. In a word,I prefer Spring Festival most.

    Both the New Year and Spring festival include people's good hope of the next year,they are our best expectation.

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