Easter

Do you celebrate Easter in your country and if yes, how?


Schorschinho

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In my country Easter is celebrated. It starts with Good Friday, Easter Sunday and Easter Monday. The kids are searching for easter eggs and in the religious way the ressurection of Jesus is celebrated on Easter Sunday. From the time starting with Good Friday till Easter Sunday the glocks in the church don't bell. In this time there are "Rappel-Kids" who walk through the streets and sing a short song to bring the actual time to the people.

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In my country, Easter is celebrated. It starts with Good Friday, and continues with Easter Sunday and Easter Monday. The kids are searching for Easter eggs; and the resurrection of Jesus is celebrated in the religious way [Wortstellung] on Easter Sunday. From the time starting with Good Friday until Easter Sunday, the bells in the churches don't ring. In During this time, there are "Rappel-Kids" who walk through the streets and sing a short song to bring the actual time to the people [besser:  to tell people the actual time].

 

The simple present tense ("the kids search") is used to show habitude (Gewohnheit).  To describe what is happening now, or at the moment when a photo was taken, we use the present continuous ("the kids are searching").  In this paragraph, you are describing habitude, so you need the simple present tense.

 

If you capitalize "resurrection", then it means the resurrection of Jesus.

 

Good work!

Schorschinho

Schorschinho

Schorschinho
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Thank you very much