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Halloween Special. 100 €. 1. On which day is Halloween celebrated?. 31 October. 5 November. 1 November. 30 October. 200 €. 2. Which colours do you associate with Halloween?. Black and blue. Blue and green. Orange and black. Red and green. 300€.

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100 €

1. On which day is Halloween celebrated?

31 October

5 November

1 November

30 October

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200 €

2. Which colours do you associate with Halloween?

Black and blue

Blue and green

Orange and black

Red and green

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300€

3. Which other vegetable is the pumpkin related to?

Carrot

Turnip

Cabbage

Cucumber

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500 €

4. What percentage of pumpkins sold are used for lanterns?

99%

88%

77%

66%

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1 000 €

5. What is the world record for the heaviest pumpkin?

400 kg

600kg

525kg

825kg

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2 000 €

6. What should you do if you want to see a witch on Halloween?

Jump up and down three times

Wait outside with a broom and a cat

Look to the north at 10.03pm

Put your clothes on inside out and walk backwards

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4 000 €

7. How long have humans been celebrating Halloween?

6000 years

2000 years

500 years

1200 years

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8 000 €

8. Halloween is ‘NosCalanGaeaf’ in which language?

French

German

Welsh

Dutch

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16 000 €

9. Black cats protect witches from what?

Bad weather

Gremlins and pixies

Negative forces

Ghosts

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32 000 €

10. In which country is Halloween believed to have begun?

Ireland

Mexico

America

Holland

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64 000 €

11. What is celebrated on November 1st?

Bonfire Night

Halloween Day

All Saint’s Day

Witches Day

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125 000 €

12. What percentage of children go trick-or-treating?

93%

90%

85%

80%

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250 000 €

13. The Halloween colour of orange represents what?

Sunshine

Orange juice

Autumn

Harvest

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500 000 €

14. The Romans called Halloween Pomona Day. Who or what was Pomona?

The goddess of fruit and gardens

The Queen of Rome

The top witch

A ghost killer

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1 000 000 €

1 000 000 €

15. The tradition of dressing up started because…?

We want to hide from people

We want to fit in with the witches

No-one should see our face

We try to scare away evil spirits

recap from this half term
Recap from this half term….
  • This is how!!!!!
  • Ich bin
  • Ichhabe
  • Ich mag
  • Ichhabenicht
  • Er hat
  • Sie hat
  • Esist
  • Erist
  • Sieist
  • How do you say…..?
  • I am
  • I have
  • I like
  • I don’t have
  • He has
  • She has
  • It is
  • He is
  • She is
so how can you combine the structures from this half term with halloween
So how can you combine the structures from this half term with Halloween?
  • This is how!!!!!
  • Ich bin
  • Ichhabe
  • Ich mag
  • Ichhabenicht
  • Er hat
  • Sie hat
  • Esist
  • Erist
  • Sieist
using your answers how do you say
Using your answers, how do you say…?
  • There is a skeleton at the door.
  • I am scared of ghosts.
  • The black cat lives in the haunted house.
  • The witch who flies on her broom.
  • Look, a mouse is taking the sweets!
  • EsgibteinSkelettvor der Tur.
  • IchhabevondemGeistAngst.
  • Die schwarzeKatzewohntimSpukhaus.
  • Die HexefliegtaufdemBesenstiel!
  • Schaumal, eineMausnimmt die Bonbons!
now work in pairs to adapt these phrases
Now work in pairs to adapt these phrases
  • EsgibteinSkelettvor der Tur.
  • IchhabevondemGeistAngst.
  • Die schwarzeKatzewohntimSpukhaus.
  • Die HexefliegtaufdemBesenstiel!
  • Schau mal, eineMausnimmt die Bonbons!
  • There is a skeleton at the door.
  • I am scared of the ghost.
  • The black cat lives in the haunted house.
  • The witch who flies on her broom.
  • Look, a mouse is taking the sweets!

Example:

Es gibteineSpinne vor der Tur.

Es gibteineSpinne vor demHaus

Es gibteineSpinne vor demHausundichhasseSpinne! Hilfe!

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