Ex. 14.13: Easter – Culture
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EASTER. Påske (Easter) is an important time for Norwegians. Do you celebrate Easter? If so, how? How many days do you usually have off from work or school to celebrate? Do you stay home or travel somewhere?
Read this article in English about Easter traditions in Norway. Then match the Norwegian words to their descriptions.
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The first day Norwegians have off of work for Easter celebrations, many travel to Sweden to shop on this day
The beginning of the Easter celebration
This day begins with a large breakfast, children hunt for easter eggs
Easter thrillers, reading novels or watching tv or radio crime series
A trip to Sweden to shop
The tan one gets from being outdoors during Easter
The most common candy bar eaten during the Easter holidays