Angol levélírás II. – általános fordulatok, hivatalos levél

Mivel már az angol nyelvvizsgákon is egyre népszerűbbek az e-mail ill. levélírási feladatok -nemhogy a való életben!-, típusokra (baráti, félhivatalos, hivatalos) lebontva több részletben összeírok Nektek néhány igazán hasznos kifejezést. A baráti levelek után folytassuk a hivatalos levelekkel! Használjátok, osszátok meg őket! 😉 Alul, a Megjegyzés mezőben pedig szeretettel várunk minden kiegészítést! 🙂 Megszólítás Dear […]

Angol levélírás I. – általános fordulatok, baráti levél

Mivel már az angol nyelvvizsgákon is egyre népszerűbbek az e-mail ill. levélírási feladatok -nemhogy a való életben!-, típusokra (baráti, félhivatalos, hivatalos) lebontva több részletben összeírok Nektek néhány igazán hasznos kifejezést. Kezdjük hát a baráti levelekkel! A hivatalos levélfordulatokat pedig itt találjátok meg. Használjátok, osszátok meg őket! 😉 Alul, a Megjegyzés mezőben pedig szeretettel várunk minden […]

Friday the 13th

FRIDAY 13TH – LUCKY OR UNLUCKY? Have you ever seen a movie with a title ‘Friday the 13th’? What was it about? 🙂 Both Friday and the number 13 have foreboding reputations. The “unlucky” Friday the 13th is the most widespread superstition in the world. But why is it considered such an evil day? Although […]

Hand-made gift ideas for Xmas

  A gift should show the person receiving it that you have thought about him/ her and that you know him well enough to find something that suits his personality. Choosing the right present for your loved One(s) can be difficult, particularly when you are shopping for somebody who seems to have absolutely everything… So if […]

Saint Nicholas Day in Hungary

Saint Nicholas is a popular Christian Saint among children across Europe because he brings gifts by the morning of December 6. On the evening of December 5 children carefully polish their best boot and put it on the windowsill or in front of the door to be filled by St. Nicholas. He knows the children’s […]

Halloween

ALL HALLOWS’ EVE   Many people around the world celebrate Halloween, which occurs annually on October 31. This is the day before All Saints’ Day. Halloween is an ancient Celtic holiday which marked the start of winter. It was believed that the spirits of the dead could return to the earth around that time. Masks and costumes […]

Public holidays in Hungary- 23rd October

Day of the Republic October 23rd is a red-letter day in Hungary. It commemorates the day of the Hungarian Revolution of 1956. On this day people of Hungary rose up against the communist regime and the Russian oppression. Initially peaceful demonstrations were held throughout the capital which were mostly organized by students demanding free elections, freedom […]

Public holidays in Hungary – 20th August

A hanganyagot itt meghallgathatjátok: August 20th is the day of king Stephan 1st and the day of new bread as well. Stephen (later St. Stephen) was the one who united the pagan Hungarian tribes and spread Christianity. He was crowned Hungary’s first king in 1000 and his reign lasted for 38 years. So on 20th […]

4th July- the Independence Day

Fourth of July or Independence Day is a federal holiday in the USA. It commemorates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence in 1776. This is the most important document in American history: it cut all political ties with Britain. It was written by Thomas Jefferson, a landowner and lawyer from Virginia. The Declaration of […]

Holidays in Hungary- 1st May: Labour Day

Labour day celebrates the achievements of workers around the world and has its origins in the struggle for worker’s rights. Although many countries celebrate Labour Day, it is celebrated on different days of the year. In Europe it is celebrated on 1st May, but for example in New Zeland on the 4th Monday of October. […]

Mohter’s Day

Mother’s Day is a holiday honoring mothers, grandmothers and motherhood: their commitment is celebrated by presenting moms with poems, flowers and other gifts. It is celebrated in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and in the USA on the second Sunday in May. (In the UK it is held on the fourth Sunday of Lent- usually in March […]

Holidays in Hungary- Easter

Easter is the greatest feast day in the Christian calender. At Easter we celebrate the Resurrection – the rising of Jesus Christ 3 days after his Crucifixion. The resurrection ‘proves’ that Jesus is God’s son. Easter is on a different day in each year because Easter Sunday is the Sunday after the first full moon […]

Public holidays in Hungary- 15th March

  March 15th is a national holiday in Hungary. It stands for democracy and freedom ad on that day we commemorate the Hungarian Revolution and War of Independence from the royal rule of Habsburg kings of 1848-49. Revolutionary poet, Sándor Petőfi led the uprising for national independence. Petőfi read a list of demands and recited his famous […]

Valentine’s Day

St. Valentine’s Day, February 14, is the day of lovers. It is celebrated in many countries around the world, although it is not a public holiday in most of them. The roots of this holiday are in the ancient Roman festival of Lupercalia (held annually to be in honor of Faunus). Greeks also celebrated their […]