Comments for en-gb 30 Mon 03 Aug 2015 22:39:11 GMT+1 A feed of user comments from the page found at bokinhvan_20 Help me, i woulk like to post a new blog in student blog, how can i do???help me Sun 26 Dec 2010 07:48:13 GMT+1 bokinhvan_20 Hi Abigail and every oneFist of all, i wish all of you have peacful,happy,healthy New YearI registered on site on 25 December and have red some blogs.They are good and helpful for me. I feel I am very lucky when know the site.I think it will help me very much for learning english.About my christmasIn our country, The New year celebration is more popular than the Christmas day. But I also have celebrated Chrismas with several friends. We had peacful, happy , friendly feast with wine and chicken pot. I feel happiness.Our party spent abour two hours.I would like to wish all of you have healthy, peacful New Year and happy holiday.See you around. Sun 26 Dec 2010 02:02:00 GMT+1 mauricio Dear Abigail,it really is a pity that your posts are coming to an end. But maybe you can come back again at another opportunity to teach us more English as you have been doing so well.It was a great partnership between you and Veronika. You two gave us good things to learn and think. Here in my country the Christmas celebrations take place on the night of 24th. Families usually have meals very late at night. The typical dish is turkey. But nowadays it's been changing to another bird: the "Chester". I'm not sure weather it really is another bird or a variation of a chicken....I'd like to wish you a very nice Christmas full of joys and the company of your family and friends.See you around. Fri 24 Dec 2010 12:55:54 GMT+1 Pary Hi dear Abigail , what a pitty this was your last Blog . Thank you for your fruit ful Blogs , although I think I will hear from you in BBC multimedia page in FB . Do you know that in Iran from old time until now , people celebrate winter solstice ? We call the night of winter solstice Yalda night which means re birth . There are some big parties in family and they eat some special winter fruits and the most important one is watermelon ! at the end I wish you and your family a very refreshing and joyful and peaceful holiday ! Merry christmas and happy new year to you too ! Cheers Wed 22 Dec 2010 11:01:41 GMT+1 mbagema Hi Abigail,Thank you very much for your Desember’s blog! Thank you for new vocabulary and grammar recommendations, they were usefull for me.In Russian we celebrate Christmas after New year celebrate, on the 7-th of January. So it will be not soon. I think a New year celebration more popular in our country than the Christmas day. In the New year we give some presents for friends and relatives especially for children of course. Between the days from the 1 to 10 of January we have a long holiday.Happy Christmas!Marina from Moscow. Tue 21 Dec 2010 21:25:18 GMT+1 Veronika Dear Abigail,I'm ok, thanks. And I also would like to tell you now, that I've appreciated your work very much! In my turn i can say that you are fantastic teacher! I'll print your blog posts and will always remember you too;)Though i hope we'll see each other later here, perhaps in comments. I wish you very nice holidays and Merry Christmas with many presents:)and many dreams that will come true;) on Saturday! Thank you! (also for your positive energy;)Best wishes,Veronika Tue 21 Dec 2010 18:24:06 GMT+1 beatriz Dear Abigail: Thanks a lot for your cooperation. Very interesting and useful your posts. It happens to me that I start to feel happier when we have the winter solstice (I don´t like winter), because as you say the way can only go up. It´s a possitive thougt that helps to face winter. Now, happily in B.A. Argentina we start summer. The best for you for the Next Year!!!! Beatriz. Mon 20 Dec 2010 23:18:00 GMT+1 Tereza Dear Abigail,here in the Czech republic, we celebrate Christmas on Christmas Eve - 24th December. We have special supper (usually fried carp and potato salad), sing carols by the decorated tree and than unwrap the presents which were under the tree. The Children believe that these presents are from Baby Jesus; but actually, nobody knows how does he look like - if like real Jesus or differently. I am not from a catholic family, so when I was a child I thought he looks like hedgehog in coat and cap (in Czech, hedgehod is "jezek", so it is very similar to Baby Jesus - "Jezisek"). It is sometimes very funny to talk with children about their ideas of Baby jesus :-)Merry Christmas,Tereza Mon 20 Dec 2010 20:32:10 GMT+1