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Saturday, 7 March 2009

Do you know Ireland?

On 17 March, Ireland celebrates its national holiday, St. Patrick's Day. A good reason to take a virtual tour around the Emerald Isle and dig a little deeper into Irish history. And don't miss our Irish legends and lyrics of traditional songs. All topics are linked from the Ireland frontpage.

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History Channel
Orígenes del Saint Patrick's Day y otras curiosidades:

The Holiday Zone
Juegos y actividades relacionadas con Saint Patrick's Day

  • Write about Ireland in the English Blog. Can you explain how is Ireland?, how do they celebrate St. Patrick`s Day?.
  • You can write about Irish traditions, festivities or any relevant aspects that you think are interesting in Ireland.
  • Remember: Do a space next to a punctuation mark. Put capital letter then a point. Beware of copy and paste from a translator. Translations are nonsense! Beware of spelling or typing mistakes!
  • You must do this task until March 31st.

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