Halloween

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Halloween is a celebration.

The celebration is on the night of October 31.

Celebration practice in a number of countries.

Mostly in the United States of America and Canada.


Some People wear costumes on Halloween.

People often wear scary costumes.

They dress up like ghosts or witches.


Children go tfrom house to house.Trick or treat.

The Children ask for candy.

They say: "Trick or treat".


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Words with same meanings[edit]

Hallow-e'en

Helloween holiday

Hallowen

Halloween Day

Night of darkness

Hallowe’en

Halaween

All Hallows’ Even

All Saints' Eve


Detailed explanation[edit]

Children use the phrase Trick or treat on Halloween.

The phrase mean: "Give me a treat or I will play a trick on you."


Some children make funny things on Halloween.

Like putting toilet paper on cars.

Or throwing eggs at houses.

Or writing on windows with soap.


Halloween is coming from Ireland.

Earlier people believed in real ghosts and real witches.


Irish people who migrate to the States hold on to their tradition.

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