2.if you want to go to university you have study hard.
3.she has buy a computer.she can use my laptop.
4.Students at most schools in rhe UK don’t have to wear a uniform.
5. I unederstand What you said.You don’t have to tell me agin!.
6.James wants to be healthy.he has to be careful.
7.You don’t have to help me with my work.Ican do it on my own.
Մի այրի կին ուներ մի կով, և նրա խորթ որդին ուներ մի էշ։ Եվ խորթ որդին գողանում էր կովի կերը տալիս էշին: Եվ այրի կինն աստծուն աղաչեց, որ աստված էշին մեռցնի։ Բայց կովը մեռավ, և այրին լաց եղավ և ասաց.
– Ո՛վ աստված, մի՛թե չկարեցար էշը կովից տարբերել:
A widow woomen have the one cow, and his children have the one donkey. And the children was steal the woomen cow feed. And widow woomen please God, to kill the children donkey. But cow dead, and the woomen wept and say
— Who God? could you not distinguish a donkey from a cow.
Christmas in Spain
Each year between December 24 and January 6, Spain comes alive to celebrate Christmas, or Navidad in Spanish. During this time of the year, everyone strives to fill their days with happiness, joy, and family harmony, although some are more successful than others.
Spanish holidays are a mixture of Christian and pagan traditions. According to Catholic tradition, Christmas is celebrated on December 25 in honor of the day Jesus was born. December 31 is New Year’s Eve, or Nochevieja in Spanish, the time to say goodbye to the year that’s coming to an end and welcome the new year. But the holiday season doesn’t end there! January 6 is a very important holiday in Spain called el Día de los Tres Reyes Magos (known in English as Epiphany or Three Kings’ Day).
Christmas in France
In France, a Nativity crib is often used to help decorate the house. French cribs have clay figures in them. During December some towns and cities, such as Marseilles, have fairs that sell Nativity figures. As well as having the normal Nativity figures in them, French scenes also have figures such as a Butcher, a Baker, a Policeman and a Priest.
In French Happy/Merry Christmas is ‘Joyeux Noël’. In Breton (spoken by some people in Brittany, Northern France) it’s ‘Nedeleg Laouen’, in Corsican it’s ‘Bon Natale’ and in Alsatian (spoken by some people in Alsace, in Eastern France) it’s ‘E güeti Wïnâchte’. Happy/Merry Christmas in lots more languages.
One of the biggest Christmas markets in Europe is held in Strasbourg, in North Eastern France. In the Alsatian language it’s called the «Christkindelsmarik».
Christmas in the United States of America
The United States of America has many different traditions and ways that people celebrate Christmas, because of its multi-cultural nature. Many customs are similar to ones in the France, Italy, The Netherlands, Poland and Mexico.
The traditional meal for Western European families is turkey or ham with cranberry sauce. Families from Eastern European origins favour turkey with trimmings, keilbasi (a Polish sausage), cabbage dishes, and soups; and some Italian families prefer lasagne!
Some Americans use pop-corn threaded on string to help decorate their Christmas Tree. Making gingerbread houses is also popular to make and eat at Christmas! Eggnog is a ‘traditional’ Christmas drink in the USA.
Once we celebrated New Year when I heard the door knock. I thouthg it was Santana. When my mom open the door, she called us. I ran and saw the presents, but Santa was gone. And I don’t see him. That was my Christmas story.