关于春节的小学五年级英语作文

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【导语】春节,即农历新年,是一年之岁首、传统意义上的岁节(年节)。俗称新春、新年、新岁、岁旦、新禧、年禧、大年等,口头上又称度岁、庆岁、过年、过大年。以下是吴老师整理的《关于春节的小学五年级英语作文》,希望帮助到您。

关于春节的小学五年级英语作文篇一

  Far and away the most important holiday in China is Spring Festival, also known as the Chinese New Year. To the Chinese people it is as important as Christmas to people in the West. The dates for this annual celebration falls on the lst day of the lst lunar month. Generally speaking, the timing of the holiday varies from late January to early February.

  Spring Festival is the most important and popular festival in China. Before Spring Festival ,the people usually clean and decorate their houses. And they go to the Flower Fairs to buy some flowers. During Spring Festival ,the adults usually give lucky money to children. People often get together and have a big meal. Some people eat dumpling for dinner. People also stick on couplets and set off fireworks to celebrate it.

  Spring Festival has a long history. It is said that people keep the monster----”nian”, a fierce animal, away from our villages and our homes. So to celebrate Spring Festival means to pray a happy and a peaceful life. I like Spring Festival!

关于春节的小学五年级英语作文篇二

  The Spring Festival is very important to Chinese people.

  In the past, people could not often have meat, rice or other delicious food. They could only eat these during the Spring festival. So every year they hoped that the Spring Festival would come soon. Now, although people’s life is much better, and we can eat the delicious foods everyday. People still like the festival. Because most people can have a long holiday, and we are free to go on a trip or visit our friends or have parties with our family. In the evenings, we can have a big meal in the restaurant or stay at home with family and watch the TV programmes.

  I like the Spring Festival very much. How wonderful the Spring Festival is!

关于春节的小学五年级英语作文篇三

  An important activity during the Spring Festival is bainian (to pay a New Year call). People start to pay New Year calls from the lunar New Year#39;s Day, that is, the first day of the first month of the lunar calendar. Ever since the Ming Dynasty in the 14th century, ordinary people have begun to exchange greeting cards on this day.
  On the morning of the lunar New Year#39;s Day, people get up very early and call on others. The earlier one does so, the more sincere he is. Moreover, people wear new clothes and a new cap, symbolizing that a new year has begun.
  The younger generation should call on their elders first, such as the grandfather, grandmother, father and mother, wishing them "Good health" and "Long life". Then the elders give children some money in a red envelope as a New Year gift. After that, people call on their relatives, friends and neighbors. As "big tangerine" is a homonym for "very lucky" in Chinese, so people often present red big tangerines as a gift while paying a New Year call.
  Nowadays, besides greeting cards, people also use telephones and e-mails to pay New Year calls.

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