for leaning more and improve the level of speaking
we have is knowing the culture of the people
who speak the language I am leaning.
As I want to sepak and learn many languages
and/or as many as possible and one of them
is the Korean language, I want to know,
1.- Do you celebrate Christmas in _ _ _ _?
Chrsitmas is not only about the celebration itself, it's
about love along the family, getting around,
have a good time together
and don't forget good things and good feelings
2.- How do you celebrate Christmas in _ _ _ _?
Besides I am writing a Christmas tale
in which all of my characters are celebrating it,
and as all of my main characters have different nationalities
I want and need to know: Do they celebrate Christmas?
than if they do it then how do they celebrate it.
And of course the New Year's Eve.
Here in my homeland the city of Veracruz, in the state
of the same name, which is in México,
in New Year's Eve we go to beach and we wait
to see the sun rising
and we celebrate Christmas going to Church
and thanking for all the good things
and bad things
(they are like proves and
if we out grow them our lives become better)
and of course we deliver gifts among us
but if you want to get a gift
you must have had a good behaivour along the whole year.
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(This is the letter, if you find any mistake please correct it)
My question, for my Korean friend on "lang-8" is:
Do you celebrate Christmas in Korea?
Than if you do it
How do you celebrate it?
I have curiosity about it because
since I am studying as many languages
as possible I must know about the culture
of the people who speak the language
or languages I am learning.
Besides, I like and enjoy writing
and I have started to write a Christmas
tale in which all my characters
are going to celebrate Christmas
their own ways as well as they do it in
their respective countries.
I have 8 main characters
and all of them celebrate Christmas.
I have 4 men and 4 women
their nationalities are:
one Russian, one German,
one Mexican, one Venezuelan
two Japanese girls, one Mexican girl
and a polyglot Italian girl.
They all are going to celebrate it
and I am developing a couple of South Korean twins who are staying here in Mexico and they will also celebrate
Christmas but their own ways.
By the way, The message I wrote
last time I did not do it
properly and correctly because
I was in the middle of my class
of British culture, but now I had some
time to do it.
I hope now I have given enough details
and I have explained myself better.
"Jasiel y Icy"
PSD: I'd like you to now
that I appreciate your friendship
although I have not seen you.