Read the text and do “true or false” task. There are some public holidays in Great Britain. They are Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year's Day, Good Friday, Easter Monday, May Day, Spring Bank Holiday and Summer Bank Holiday. Public Holidays in Britain are called bank holiday because the banks, most of the offices and shops are closed. The most popular holiday is Christmas. Every year the people of Norway give the city of London a present. It's a big Christmas tree and it stands in Trafalgar Square. Many churches have a carol service on Sunday before Christmas. The fun starts the night before, on the 24th of December. Children hang stockings at the end of their beds hoping" that Santa Claus will come down with toys and sweets. It's a family holiday when relatives usually meet for the big dinner of turkey and pudding. The 26th of December, Boxing Day, is an extra holiday after Christmas Day. This is the time to unpack presents or maybe to sit at home and watch football. People celebrate Christmas on the 7th of January. Turkey is the national food in Britain. Boxing day comes next day after Christmas. The people of Norway presents the Santa Clause to Londoners. Christmas tree stands on the Trafalgar Square.
I like play football _____ summer. We have a good time ______ my birthday party. He goes to school _____ 8 o’clock. They have got six lessons ______ Monday. People in Britain open their presents ______ the morning. My family have a good tradition to decorate our flat _______ Christmas.