WHY DO WE CELEBRATE EASTER?
HOW DO YOU CELEBRATE EASTER IN YOUR COUNTRY?
DO YOU HAVE ANY SPECIAL FAMILY TRADITIONS?
HAS THE ORIGINAL MEANING OF EASTER GOT LOST OVER THE YEARS?
DO YOU CONSIDER EASTER AS AN IMPORTANT HOLIDAY? WHY OR WHY NOT?
DO YOU THINK IT USED TO BE MORE IMPORTANT THAN NOWADAYS?
WHAT ARE THE 40 DAYS BEFORE EASTER CALLED?
WHAT ARE TRADITIONAL EASTER DISHES IN YOUR COUNTRY?
WHICH IS MORE COMMERCIAL EASTER OR CHRISTMAS?
SHOULD EASTER EGGS BE ON SUPERMARKET SHELVES IMMEDIATELY AFTER CHRISTMAS?
Melted chocolate – now that’s a mouth-watering sight. This chocolatier in the English county of Lincolnshire has been working hard to create big eggs in the run-up to Easter. But not this one – that one! Over 100kg of chocolate was used to create the two-metre-tall egg. But Jan Hensen knows it is too much even for his chocoholic clients. He says he’ll sell it in pieces to raise money for charity.
melted something solid turned into liquid
mouth-watering so delicious that it makes you salivate
in the run-up to in the period leading to a particular event
chocoholic someone addicted to chocolate
charity a system of giving help, such as money, to people who don’t have enough for basic life