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Happy New Year!. January 23 rd 2012 Y ear of the Dragon. In Chinese tradition, each year is dedicated to a specific animal. 2008 – Rat 2014 – Horse 2009 – Ox 2015 – Sheep 2010 – Tiger 2016 – Monkey 2011 – Rabbit 2017 – Rooster 2012 – Dragon 2018 – Dog 2013 - Snake 2019 – Pig.

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happy new year

Happy New Year!

January 23rd 2012

Year of the Dragon

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2008 – Rat 2014 – Horse

2009 – Ox 2015 – Sheep

2010 – Tiger 2016 – Monkey

2011 – Rabbit 2017 – Rooster

2012 – Dragon 2018 – Dog

2013 - Snake 2019 – Pig

Q: What were the three previous Years of the Dragon?

A: 1976, 1988, 2000

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2008 – Rat 2014 – Horse

2009 – Ox 2015 – Sheep

2010 – Tiger 2016 – Monkey

2011 – Rabbit 2017 – Rooster

2012 – Dragon 2018 – Dog

2013 - Snake 2019 – Pig

Q: The Preston Guild is held every 20 years: 1952,1972, 1992, etc. Write down the zodiac animal for each of these years.

A: 1952 Dragon

1972 Rat

1992 Monkey

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2008 – Rat 2014 – Horse

2009 – Ox 2015 – Sheep

2010 – Tiger 2016 – Monkey

2011 – Rabbit 2017 – Rooster

2012 – Dragon 2018 – Dog

2013 – Snake 2019 – Pig

Q: In which Chinese year were you born?

Q: If Mr O’Leary turns 21 this year, in the year of which animal was he born?

A: Goat 1991

Q: If Mrs Coxon celebrates her 101st birthday this year, in the year of which animal was she born?

A: Pig 1911