ESL Video Quiz: Halloween History | National GeographicQuiz #: 13208
A short Halloween history, from Celts, Catholic Church influence to the Irish immigrants who brought it to the USA.
Level: High Intermediate
Quiz by tamara
This ESL Video quiz titled, "Halloween History | National Geographic," is for high-intermediate English as a Second Language students who are studying English online to develop fluency in English.
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Why did the Celts celebrate the festival Samhain
on 31 October?
What did they do on that day?
What did the Vatican frown on?
Why did the church designate the 1st November as
All Saints Day?
What did hallow mean?
Which people brought Halloween to America?
When did they come to the USA?
Why did they immigrate to the USA?
What two customs did they bring with them?
Explain why trick or treat was an extortion deal?
Halloween History | National Geographic
Quiz #: 13208
Halloween is as patchwork holiday stiched_______________with cultural, religious and occult traditions.
It was the time when the veil between __________ and life was supposed to be at its thinnest.
On Samhain the villagers gathered and lit huge bonfires to drive the dead back to the spirit world and keep them away from the ______________
November 1st was designated All Saints Day, to honor the martyrs and the ____________ faithful.
Hallow means _________or saintly.
The Irish brought several of their ______________with them
Storekeepers and neighbors began giving treats or_________to stop the tricks.
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