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喜欢的节日英语作文(共7篇)

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篇一:初中二年级英语作文:我最喜欢的节日(春节)

初中二年级英语作文:我最喜欢的节日(春节)

My Favourite Festival

There are many traditional festivals in China. My favourite festival is the Spring Festival. It is a very important festival for Chinese. Before the festival, people will go to visit their relatives and friends. They usually have a big dinner together and give best wishes to each other. Most children in China love this festival because they can play fireworks and lucky money from their parents and relatives.

篇二:英语作文-传统节日

假设你是王平,你的英国朋友harry正在学习汉语,想通过你了解中国的传统节日,请你根据所给的图画和提示,给harry写一封E-mail,向他介绍我国主要传统节日的情况,并告诉他你最喜欢的节日及理由。

提示:

1. 内容要点:以上两个节日的时间,含义(家人团聚的日子)及主要活动。

2. 参考词汇:lunar, play fireworks, lucky money, moon cake

3. 词数:不少于80,开头和结尾已经写出,不计入总词数

4. 春节和中秋节

Dear Harry,

How are you? I’m really glad that you are interested in Chinese traditional festivals. So,I’d like to tell you something about these festivals. Spring Festival is the most important festival in my country.It is to celebrate the lunar calendar’s new year. Before the festival,we clean our homes and sweep away all the bad luck. On the evening before Spring Festival we have a big family dinner. We eat jiaozi—a kind of dumpling and other delicious food. After dinner, we will go outside to play fireworks.

In China, another important festival is Mid-autumn Day.It is on the fifteenth day of the eighth lunar month.It is time for family getting together. On that night the moon is brighter and fuller than any other night. .I love it very much. Because on that day ,our families will stay outside in the open air to eat a big dinner and moon cakes. The most important thing is looking at the moon, the moon looks brighter and rounder. We call this moon the full moon.

What great festivals ! I love them . I am sure you will love them too.

Write and tell me something about your festivals.

Moon Festival The Moon Festival or Mid -autumn Festival is one of the three major traditional festivals celebrated by Chinese people. Like harvest time in other countries, the Mid-autumn Festival actually began as a thanksgiving celebration, honoring the Soil God and the Crop God. This is also a time for family reunions. Chinese people enjoy moon cakes during this feast just as they eat rice dumplings for the Dragon Boat Festival. It is quite appropriate to bring moon cakes with you in token of festival greetings when calling on people during this season.

The Mid-Autumn Day

August 15th in Chinese Lunar Calendar is the Mid-Autumn Day. It is one of the most important traditional festivals in China.

On that day people usually go back home to have family reunion. Each family will have the members get together to have a big dinner. The most popular food is moon cakes. They are round and look like the moon.

The moon is the brightest this night. People ate the delicious food while they were enjoying a beautiful full moon in their yard. At this time, some old people would like to tell many past events and tell the children a story about the rabbit. The children really believed that there was a rabbit on the moon. They wanted to go to the moon and have a look one day

中秋:

Mid-autumn Day falls on the fifteenth day of the eighth lunar month(农历).On that night the moon is

brighter and fuller than any other night.In China,Mid-autumn Day is a time for family reunions (团圆). 端午: The Dragon Boat Festival,also called the Duanwu Festival,is celebrated on the fifth day of the fifth month according to the Chinese calendar.For thousands of years,the festival has been marked by eating zong zi and racing dragon boats. Mid-autumn Day is a Chinese festival.It usually comes in September or October .On that day we usually eat a big dinner and mooncakes.It is said "Hou Yi" missed his wife,so he made mooncakes.It looks like the moon.There are many kinds of mooncakes.They are small round cakes with meat,nuts or something sweet inside .eating mooncakes has been our custom.Families stay outside in the open air eat a big dinner and mooncakes.The most important thing is looking at the moon,On that day,the moon kooks brighter and rounder.We call this moon the full moon.On that day,families get together,so we call this day getting –together.This is Mid –autumn Day.I love it very much.Because on that day I can eat mooncakes.And my brother comes back home.He works outside all year.Only that day and the Spring Festival.He comes back.So that day I am especially happy.On that day my family gets together.

春节:

Spring Festival is the most important festival in China .It’s to celebrate the lunar calendar‘s new year.In the evening before the Spring Festival ,families get together and have a big meal .In many places people like to set off firecrackers .Dumplings are the most traditional food Mid-Autumn Festival is the first festival after the beginning of autumn,the day people celebrate the harvest,Because the full moon is round and symbolizes reunion,the festival is also known as the festival of reunion.In this harvest and the reunion of the day,people will reunite with their families under the full moon,enjoy the results of hard work; when the full moon rises at the right time,people will put on the table in a rich tribute fruits and mooncakes,Thank god gives people to harvest the fruit,the other to pray for good weather next year.Just as turkeys symbolize Thanksgiving Day,mooncakes symbolize China's Mid-Autumn Festival.

中秋节是立秋以后的第一个节日,是人们庆祝丰收的日子,洽逢十五月圆人团圆,因此中秋节对于华人来讲也象征着团圆.在这个丰收与团圆的日子里,人们会与家人团聚在满月下,享用辛勤劳动的成果;当满月升起的时侯,人们会在在贡桌上摆上丰盛的水果和月饼,一方面感恩上天赐予人们丰收的果实,另一方面祈祷来年风调雨顺.就像火鸡象征西方感恩节一样,月饼象征着中国中秋节.

篇三:2014秋九年级英语Unit2作文谈论最喜爱节日

Unit1

How to learn English well? (理解并背诵)

English is important and useful to us. How can we learn it well? Here are my suggestions.

First, we should often listen to tapes, English songs and programs. Watching English movies is also helpful to us. Second, we should speak English as much as possible. Don’t be afraid of making mistakes. The more you speak, the fewer mistakes you’ll make. We’d better join the English club and practice with others. Third, we can read more English newspapers and magazines. It’s good for us. At last, we should recite some good passages and keep diaries.

In a word, as long as we do more listening, speaking, reading and writing, we will learn English well.

Unit2 介绍最喜爱的节日及其习俗

一、词汇

Name of the festival , Time 时间, Food 食物, Activity活动, Reason喜欢的原因

the Spring Festival:on lunar January 1st; eat dumplings and a lot of delicious food; put up New Year scrolls(贴春联),stay up to welcome the New Year(), play firecrackers(放烟花)、have the New Year's Eve dinner(吃年夜饭),play a new year call(拜年)、get lots of lucky money (压岁钱)from parents and grandparents; watch Spring at home on Spring Festival eve(大年三十); because it is a great chance to stay with family and relax ourselves.

the Lantern Festival: on lunar January 15th, eat sweet dumplings(元宵),watch lanterns, because the lanterns are beautiful.

the Dragon Boat Festival: on lunar May 5th, eat zongzi; have dragon boat races(龙舟赛),because the races are fun to watch.

the Mid-Autumn Festival: on lunar August 15th; eat mooncakes, crabs, shrimps(螃蟹和虾)and many fruit and dessert ; admire the bright and full moon, share the mooncakes with relatives; because we can eat all kinds of delicious food with our family.

二、句型

My favorite Chinese festival is ??

It is celebrated +on+具体时间 “人们在??时候庆祝它”It usually comes on?

“这个节日通常在??时候到来”

During this festival, people ?? It’s my favorite festival because ?? It makes me feel ??

【典型剖析】假设你是李华,给你的笔友Amy写一封信,告诉她你最喜爱的两个中国的传统节日及喜欢的理由。

要求:1.词数:80~100( 开头已给出,不计入总词数);

2.字迹工整,语言流畅,表达正确,逻辑清晰。

Dear Amy,

How are you? I’m really glad that you are interested in Chinese traditional festivals.

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Yours, Li Hua

篇四:请以My favorite festival为题写一篇短文介绍一下你最喜欢的中国节日

请以My favorite festival为题写一篇短文介绍一下你最喜欢的中国节日。

内容包括: 节日名称、此节日的介绍以及你喜欢的原因.

My favorite festival

Chinese people have been celebrating the Mid-Autumn festival and enjoying mooncakes for centuries. My favorite festival is Mid-Autumn Festival. We usually enjoy the moon on the night of that day. And we also eat fruits, peanuts and mooncakes. I like it because all my family members can sit together to have dinner and talk with each other. On the night ,the moon is so beautiful that it makes me think of Change. It can make me feel the warmth of family.

Changes in my hometown

My hometown has changed a lot in the last few years. In the past, there used to be old small houses in my hometown. The river in front of the village was very dirty, and smelt terrible. The children had to go to school on foot or by bike. But now there are many new tall buildings instead of the small houses. It looks clean everywhere in my hometown. The river is clear enough for children to swim in. Most children go to school by bus, and some parents take their children to school in a car.

My hometown is getting better than it used to be.

篇五:中国各传统节日英语作文

Dragon Boat Festival, often known as Tuen Ng Festival or Duan Wu Festival, is a traditional Chinese festival held on the fifth day of the fifth month of the Chinese calendar. It is also known as the Double Fifth.[citation needed] It has since been celebrated, in various ways, in other parts of East Asia as well, most notably Korea.

The exact origins of Duan Wu are unclear, but one traditional view holds that the festival memorializes the Chinese poet Qu Yuan of the Warring States Period. He committed suicide by drowning himself in a river because he was disgusted by the corruption of the Chu government. The local people, knowing him to be a good man, decided to throw food into the river to feed the fishes to prevent them from eating Qu's body. They also sat on dragon boats, and tried to scare the fishes away by the thundering sound of drums aboard the boat and the fierce looking dragon-head in the front of the boat.

In the early years of the Chinese Republic, Duan Wu was also celebrated as "Poets' Day", due to Qu Yuan's status as China's first poet of personal renown.

Today, people eat zongzi (the food originally intended to feed the fishes) and race dragon boats in memory of Qu's dramatic death.

中文:

龙舟节,端午节经常或端午节,是一种传统的中国节日对中华历5月5日举行。它也被称为端五。[来源请求]它已经被庆祝,以各种方式在其他地区以及东亚,尤其是韩国。

端午确切的起源尚不清楚,但一种传统的观点认为,节日来源在中国诗人屈原的战国时期。他犯的河中溺死自己,因为他是由政府的腐败深恶痛绝楚自杀。当地群众,知道他是一个好人,决定投身到河里的鱼的食物,饲料,以防止吃屈原的尸体他们。他们还坐在龙舟,并试图吓唬由船上和激烈的寻找龙在船头头战鼓齐鸣声中的鱼了。

在中国民国初年,段坞也被“诗人节“庆祝,由于屈原作为中国的第一个著名的诗人的个人地位。

今天,人们吃粽子的曲的戏剧性死亡内存和龙舟比赛(原本打算饲料鱼类的食物)。

The Dragon Boat Festival is a lunar (阴历)holiday, occurring (存正)on the fifth day of the fifth lunar month (农历史五月第五天) The Chinese Dragon Boat Festival is a significant (有意义的)holiday celebrated (庆祝)in China,and the one with the longest history (历史最悠久)。 The Dragon Boat Festival is celebrated by boat races (龙舟赛) in the shape of dragons. Competing teams (竞争团队) row their boats forward to a drumbeat (击古)racing to reach the finish end first. The boat races during the Dragon Boat Festival are traditional customs(传统习俗)to attempts to (试图)rescue (搭救) the patriotic poet (爱国诗人)Chu Yuan. Chu Yuan drowned (溺死) on the fifth day of the fifth lunar month in 277 B.C. Chinese citizens now throw bamboo leaves (竹叶) filled with cooked rice into the water. Therefore the fish could eat the rice rather than the hero poet. This later on turned into the custom

of eating tzungtzu and rice dumplings(棕子)。 The celebration is a time for protection (防护) from evil(邪恶)and disease (疾病) for the rest of the year. It is done so by different practices such as hanging healthy herbs on the front door, drinking nutritious concoctions (营养品), and displaying (展示) portraits (画像) of evil's nemesis(邪恶报应),Chung Kuei. If one manages to (成功做??) stand (直立)an egg on it's end at exactly 12:00 noon, the following year will be a lucky one.

A Chinese holiday is gaining worldwide popularity 一个逐渐受到全球欢迎的中国节日

Some holidays are so much fun that they catch on outside of their culture. The most obvious example is probably Christmas, which is celebrated around the world by people who aren’t even Christian. Similarly, in recent years, the Dragon Boat Festival has moved beyond China to become an international holiday celebrated by people who may know little about the holiday’s origins.

有些节日实在是很有趣,所以在本土文化以外的地方也很受欢迎。最明显的例子可能就是圣诞节,世界各地的人都会庆祝圣诞节,即使是非基督徒。同样,最近几年端午节已经不局限于中国,成为国际性节日,而庆祝的人可能对节日的由来并不太了解。

The Dragon Boat Festival is one of three major Chinese holidays, along with the Spring and Moon Festivals. Of the three, it is possibly the oldest, dating back to the Warring States Period in 227 B.C. The festival commemorates Qu Yuan, a minister in the service of the Chu Emperor. Despairing over corruption at court, Qu threw himself into a river. Townspeople jumped into their boats and tried in vain to save him. Then, hoping to distract hungry fish from his body, the people scattered rice on the water.

端午节与春节和中秋节并列为中国三大节日。这三个节日中,它可能是最古老的一个,可以追溯到公元前227年的战国时代。这个节日是为了纪念楚国的大夫屈原,他因为对朝廷的贪污腐败感到绝望而投河自尽。镇上的人纷纷冲上船去救他,却没有成功。后来大家把米撒到水里,希望把饥饿的鱼群从他的躯体边引开。

Over the years, the story of Qu’s demise transformed into the traditions of racing dragon boats and eating zongzi – a kind of rice wrapped in bamboo leaves. The races have certainly captured the imagination of people from all over the world. Every spring there are nearly 60 dragon boat races held outside of China in cities from Vancouver to Sydney, from Gdańsk, Poland to Cape Town, South Africa. Canada alone has nearly 50 dragon boat teams and Germany has nearly 30.

多年以后,屈原逝世的故事逐渐演变成赛龙舟和吃粽子(一种包在竹叶中的米食)的传统。这些竞赛显然激起了世界各地人们的想像,每年春天有将近60场龙舟赛在中国境外的城市举办,从温哥华到悉尼,从波兰的格但斯克到南非的开普敦。单单字加拿大就有将近50支龙舟队伍,德国则有近30个。

So what is it about the Dragon Boat Festival th(本文来自:www.zuowenzhoUkaN.cO m 作 文 周刊:喜欢的节日英语作文)at appeals to foreigners? “It’s an unusual

sport,” says one racer from Germany. “It’s not like everybody’s doing it. That’s one of the reasons that there’s such great team spirit in a dragon boat team – everybody feels like we’re doing something special.” And what about the zongzi? “Ehhh, they’re not bad, I guess,” he says. “Something of an acquired taste. I just haven’t really acquired it yet.”

那么,为什么端午节赛龙舟会吸引外国人呢?“这是一项不寻常的运动。”一位来自德国的参赛者说,“这并不是所有的人都在从事的运动。这正是龙舟队的团队精神如此高昂的原因之一,每个人都觉得自己在做一件很特别的事。”那么粽子呢?“喔,我觉得它不难吃。”他说,“那是一种需要后天培养的品味。我只是还没培养出来罢了。”

The Dragon Boat Festival ,also called the Duanwu Festival ,is celebrated on the fifth day of the fifth month according to the

Chinese calendar.People always eat rice dumplings and watch dragon boat races to celebrate it.

The festival is best known for its dragon-boat races,especially in the southern places where there are many rivers and lakes. Ití?s

very popular.

The rice dumpling is made of glutinous rice,meat and so on. You can eat different kinds of rice dumplings.They are very delicious.

And Dragon Boat Festival is for Qu Yuan. He is an honest minister who is said to have committed suicide by drowning himself in a

river.

Overall, the Dragon Boat Festival is very interesting!

端午节(Dragon Boat Festival)

The Dragon Boat Festival occurs on the fifth day of the fifth moon of the lunar calendar(阴历). It is one of the three most important of the annual Chinese festivals. The other two are the Autumn Moon Festival and Chinese New Year.

The story of this colorful festival concerns a famous Chinese scholar-statesman(政治家) named Chu Yuan(屈原) who, some three centuries before the birth of Christ, served the King of Chu(楚怀王)during the Warring States period. As a loyal minister(大臣), Chu Yuan at first enjoyed the full confidence and respect of his sovereign(君主). Eventually, through the intrigues of his rivals, he was discredited(不足信的, 不名誉的).

Chu Yuan was never able to regain(恢复) the emperor's favor and on the fifth day of the fifth moon in the year 295 B.C.(Before Christ), at the age of 37, Chu Yuan clasped a stone to his chest and plunged into the Milo River(汨罗江) in the Hunan Province(湖南省).

Respecting the minister as an upright(正直的) and honest man, the people who lived in the area jumped into their boats and rushed out in a vain search for him. This unsuccessful rescue attempt is a part of what the Dragon Boat Festival commemorates every year.

Probably the most exciting and interesting aspect of the festival is the racing of the Dragon Boats. These races not only symbolize the people's attempt to save Chu Yuan, they also demonstrate the Chinese virtues(美德) of cooperation and teamwork.

Another activity of the Festival is the making and eating of a kind of dumpling called Tzungtzu (粽子). When it became known that Chu Yuan was gone forever, the people, living along the river, threw cooked rice into the water as a sacrifice(祭品) to their dead hero. They wrapped(包) rice in bamboo leaves(粽叶), and stuffed(填满) it with ham, beans, bean paste(豆沙), salted egg yokes, sausages, nuts, and/or vegetables.

To the Chinese the fifth lunar moon is more than just the Dragon Boat Festival. Since antiquity(古代), they have believed that this month is a pestilential and danger-fraught(瘟疫的及充满危险的) period. Children born in this month are said to be difficult to raise(抚养), and people tend to concentrate their efforts during this time attempting to protect their families from ills and misfortune. The day of the Dragon Boat Festival is customarily the time when cleaning and sanitation(卫生) are stressed(着重, 强调). Most families hang calamus(菖蒲) and artemisia(艾草) above their doors, both as a decoration and as a preventive against pestilence.

Ancient folk medicines(民间药物) such as realgar(雄黄酒)are added to the food eaten on the Festival day. This is believed to prevent disease and to promote a healthy digestive system(消化器官). The drinking of realgar in wine supposedly relieves(解除) the effects of poisons accumulated in human bodies.

The sachets (Hsiang Pao in Chinese香包) are very popular with children and they vie(竞争) with each other to collect as many as possible. Children are not the only ones who collect Hsiang Pao. Older people are often given them as a symbol of respect, and they are highly prized because of the intricate(复杂的) and beautiful embroidery(刺绣) that adorns(装饰) them.

The Dragon Boat Festival is an entertaining and enjoyable event. It gives the observer an opportunity to glimpse a part of the rich Chinese cultural heritage

1、Its Chinese name "Qing Ming" literally means "Clear Brightness," hinting at its importance as a celebration of Spring. Similar to the spring festivals of other cultures, Tomb Sweeping Day celebrates the rebirth of nature, while marking the beginning of the planting season and other

outdoor activities.

清明节,又叫踏青节,正是春光明媚草木吐绿的时节,也正是人们春游的好时候,所以古人有清明踏青,并开展一系列体育活动的的习俗。直到今天,清明节祭拜祖先,悼念已逝的亲人的习俗仍很盛行。

2、In ancient times, people celebrated Qing Ming Jie with dancing, singing, picnics, and kite flying. Colored boiled eggs would be broken to symbolize the opening of life.

3、One theory is that since any number of ghosts rome around a grave area, the less appealing food will be consumed by the ancestors, and not be plundered by strangers.

清明节扫墓英语作文

Last Qingming Festival,i return home to worship my grandfather.Qingming Festival is a folk Festival.In the past,In the past, the Qingming Festival was called "Arbor Day". But Today, Chinese visit their family graves to tend to any underbrush that has grown. Weeds are pulled, and dirt swept away, and the family will set out offerings of food and spirit money. Unlike the sacrifices at a family's home altar, the offerings at the tomb usually consist of dry, bland food. One theory is that since any number of ghosts rome around a grave area, the less appealing food will be consumed by the ancestors, and not be plundered by strangers.

With the passing of time, this celebration of life became a day to the honor past ancestors. Following folk religion, the Chinese believed that the spirits of deceased ancestors looked after the family. Sacrifices of food and spirit money could keep them happy, and the family would prosper through good harvests and more children.

1、Its Chinese name "Qing Ming" literally means "Clear Brightness," hinting at its importance as a celebration of Spring. Similar to the spring festivals of other cultures, Tomb Sweeping Day celebrates the rebirth of nature, while marking the beginning of the planting season and other outdoor activities.

清明节,又叫踏青节,正是春光明媚草木吐绿的时节,也正是人们春游的好时候,所以古人有清明踏青,并开展一系列体育活动的的习俗。直到今天,清明节祭拜祖先,悼念已逝的亲人的习俗仍很盛行。

2、In ancient times, people celebrated Qing Ming Jie with dancing, singing, picnics, and kite flying. Colored boiled eggs would be broken to symbolize the opening of life.

3、One theory is that since any number of ghosts rome around a grave area, the less appealing food will be consumed by the ancestors, and not be plundered by strangers.

清明节扫墓英语作文

Last Qingming Festival,i return home to worship my grandfather.Qingming Festival is a folk Festival.In the past,In the past, the Qingming Festival was called "Arbor Day". But Today,

篇六:初三 关于节日的英语作文

节日 作文 关于春节的英语作文带翻译一:

The Lunar New Year

The Lunar New Year is a great occasion to the Chinese people. It lasts about the first four days of the year, during which people do not work except for the workers on duty. Students do not go to school, and shops are closed.

Several days before the new year, people begin to prepare. Farmers kill pigs, sheep, cocks and hens. City dwellers buy meat fish and vegetables. Houses are cleaned; coupletsare posted on the doors. Colourful lanterns are hung at the gate. On the eve of the new year, each family has its members gatherd together and eats a family reunion dinner. After the meal they watch TV until the clock strickes twelve. Then every family sets off long strings of small firecrackers and other fire works to welcome the new year. On the first day of the new year, almost everyone is dressed in his or her best. When people meet on the way, they say to each other "Happy New Year".

Friends and relatives pay new year calls and gives presents to each other. Children indulge themselves in games.

关于春节的英语作文带翻译一:

农历新年

农历新年是一个伟大的时刻对中华民族来说。它大约持续了四天的第一年,在这期间不工作,除了值班的工人。学生不上学,和商店都已关闭。

前几天在新的一年,人们就开始准备。农民杀了猪,羊,公鸡和母鸡。城市居民买肉鱼和蔬菜。房子干净; coupletsare门上张贴。色彩缤纷的灯笼挂在门口。

在新的一年的前夕,每个家庭都有自己的成员一起吃gatherd家人吃团圆饭。吃饭后,他们看电视,直到时钟strickes十二。然后,每个家庭衬托小爆竹等消防工程,长字符串迎接新年。在新的一年的第一天,几乎每个人都穿着他或她最好的。当人们在路上相遇,他们互相说“新年快乐“。亲戚朋友拜年,并给出礼物给对方。孩子沉迷于游戏本身。

The Mid-Autumn is a very important Chinese festival. It falls on the 15th day of August. A few days before the festival, everyone in the family will help to make the house clean and beautiful. Lanterns will be hung in front of the house. On the

evening there will be a big family dinner. People who work far away from their homes will try to come back for the union. After dinner, people will light the lanterns which are usually red and round. Children will play with their own toy lanterns happily. At night the moon is usually round and bright. People can enjoy the moon while eating moon-cakes which are the special food for this festival. They can look back on the past and look forward to the future together. It is said that there was a dragon in the sky. The dragon wanted to swallow up the moon. To protect the frighten the dragon away.

What a great festival!

中秋节是中国一个很重要的节日,在八月十五号。在节日来临的前几天,家庭中的每一个人都帮着打扫房子,把房子装扮得漂漂亮亮的,灯笼挂在屋前。 晚上有一顿美餐,离家在外工作的人也要回来团圆。晚饭后,人们点亮灯笼,一般是红色的圆灯笼。孩子们会高高兴兴地玩他们的玩具灯笼。 晚上月亮又圆又大,人们在赏月的同时吃着中秋节特别的食品——月饼。人们在一起回顾过去,展望未来。据说天上有一条龙,它要把月亮吞下去。为了保护月亮,孩子们要弄出很大的响动把龙吓跑。

中秋是个美好的节日啊!

Spring Festival

My best festival is Spring Festival. It is in Janurary or February. It is the most important festival for the Chinese people. On that day everybody dresses up. First they extend greetings to their parents. Then each child will get money as a New Year gift, wrapped up in red paper.

People in northern China will eat jiaozi, or dumplings, for breakfast, the shape of the dumpling is like gold ingot from ancient China. So people eat them and wish for money and treasure.Burning fireworks was once the most typical custom on the Spring Festival. I like spring festival very much. It's my favourite holiday.

我最喜爱的节日是春节,它在一月或者二月。对于中国人来说这是最重要的节日。在那天,每个人都认真打扮,他们会像父母问好,然后每个孩子会得到红包作为新年礼物。

北方人喜欢早上吃饺子或者汤圆。饺子的形状像中国的元宝,他们吃饺子来期盼财源广进。燃放烟花也曾一度是春节的传统习俗。我非常喜欢春节,它是我最喜欢的节日。

Lantern Festival

Lantern Festival is a China's traditional festival. It is celebrated on the fifteenth day of the first month of the lunar year.

I,antern Festival is one of the biggest holidays in China. Several days before Lantern Festival, people begin to make lanterns. Lanterns are made in the shape of different animals, vegetables, fruits and many, other things. While making

lanterns people usually write riddles on lanterns. On the eve of Lantern Festival, all the lanterns are hung up.

On Lantern Festival people go outside to have a look at the lanterns and guess the riddles on the lanterns. Perhaps you call see some wonderful folk performances,Dragon Dance and Yangko. Everything is very interesting and everyone is very happy. Our life is rich and varied.

元宵节

元宵节是中国的一个传统节日。通常在阴历年的第一个月的第十五天庆祝。

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我喜欢的节日作文

我喜欢的节日作文(一)

中秋节是我国人民的传统节日,是亲人们团聚的日子。

每当农历八月十五日时,人们相互串门互赠月饼,送去美好的祝福。到了晚上人们一边吃着月饼,一边赏月。于是我也拿了一个月饼,边吃边观察,晴朗的天空中,挂着一轮亮亮的圆月,由于月光很亮,所以只看见月亮周围有一颗星星,真是好看极了,我看着看着,我几乎忘了吃月饼。

在中秋节,平时忙碌的家人难得都聚在一起,大家在一起交流,谈天论地,说说笑笑,心理非常高兴!把平时工作生活中的烦恼一扫而光。我在中秋节假期期间读了一些自己感兴趣的课外书,从中知道了些历史典故。我把>故事讲给大家听,得到了他们的好评。我还做了些关于数学方面的智力题,锻炼了我的逻辑思维能力,我不仅充实了自己的知识面,而且得到了充分的休息,因为在节日里我干了自己喜欢的事情。我喜欢中秋节,我更喜欢赏月。

我喜欢的节日作文(二)

我喜欢的节日有很多,比如儿童节、中秋节、情人节等。但我最喜欢的是春节。春节是中国最隆重的传统节日,它象征着团结、兴旺,是对未来的寄托的希望的佳节。春节对于中国人,就如同圣诞对于欧美人,都是头等重要的节日。据记载,中国人民过春节已有4千人多年的历史。

我喜欢春节,因为春节是和亲人团结的节日。一家人在一起吃年夜饭,是春节家家户户最热闹愉快的时候。除夕。丰盛的年菜摆满一桌,合家团聚,围坐桌旁,共吃团圆饭,心头的充实感真是难以言喻。人们既是享受满桌的佳肴,也是享受那份快乐的气氛。年夜饭的名堂很多,南北各地都不同,有饺子、年糕、长面、元宵等,而且各有讲究。这顿夜饭要慢慢地吃。也就是要守岁,守岁,守岁的习俗,既有对如水逝去的岁月含惜别留恋之情,又有对来临的新年寄以美好希望之意。

我喜欢春节,还因为春节有压岁钱拿。这可是我额外的零花钱呀。不管是给的人还是拿的人都开心。

此外,亲朋好友拜年并互相祝福,联络感情,我觉得很温馨。

我喜欢的节日作文(三)

人人都有自己喜欢的节日,有人喜欢热闹的春节,有人喜欢匆忙的劳动节·,有人还喜欢庄严的建军节。但我最喜欢的节日还是我的生日。

记得那时,我才不大点。当知道了今天我过生日,我一蹦三尺多高!让我怀念一下:香甜的奶油蛋糕、热闹的气氛、还有>温暖的烛光。

早上高高兴兴的去上幼儿园,先去超市买点小吃的:拿包带玩具的麦哥、还有香脆的好多鱼、再来一袋美味的波力海苔!这些吃的对我来说,就是鲍鱼龙虾!来到幼儿园,这家伙给那个戴晓媛馋的啊:“小姐,作为我的同学,你就分我一丢丢吧!求求你了,好么?”唉,都说我心太软!好吧,只给“一丢丢”!

回到家,妈妈接来了我的小书包,“宝贝儿,今天听好课没啊?”“听好了!可好可好了!可好可好可好了那!”“那就给你个奖励吧!”说完,姥姥拿出个可大可大可大的蛋糕!

妈妈点燃了蜡烛,我许了个小小的心愿:

“希望我们每天都能这样团团圆圆的??”

“祝你生日快乐!祝你生日快乐!祝你生日快乐!祝你生日快乐!”唱完生日歌,我们就将这个可大可大可大的蛋糕分给每个人。

真高兴,要是能天天过生日就好了!

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