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St. Patrick's Day

St. Patrick's Day

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The bartender is pouring a draft beer.
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avatar EnglishClass101.com Tuesday at 10:21 pm

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avatar Englishclass101.com Monday at 7:11 pm

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avatar layla Monday at 4:55 am

hey thank you for free vocab lessons , it’s a big help

avatar Englishclass101.com Tuesday at 9:36 pm

Hi Adrian,

Thanks for posting.

Irish-Americans have contributed much to the United States, and St. Patrick’s Day, to a large extent, is about celebrating that.

St. Patrick’s Day is also about celebrating the culture from which Irish-Americans come. It has affiliations with the Catholic Church and is also recognized as one of the biggest nights of the year to go out to the local pubs and taverns.

Please check out more about St. Patrick’s Day in this video lesson:
https://www.englishclass101.com/2014/02/14/video-culture-class-american-holidays-16-st-patricks-day/

If you have any questions, please let us know.😉

Cristiane
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avatar Adrian Tuesday at 7:22 am

Hello!

please comment,
When doses celebrate St Patrick’s day? And which is the meanning?
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