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True or False?
1. Halloween is traditionally celebrated on the night of 31st November, the night before All Saint’s Day.
2. In England Halloween was called ‘All Hallow’s Eve’.
3. On Halloween night all evil spirits stayed at home.
4. Halloween is based on an ancient Celtic holiday and the name‘Halloween’ means ‘Winter’s End’.
5. In past times people put lamps or lanterns outside their houses to keep away evil spirits.
6. People believed that witches, ghosts and goblins went around at night looking for a living body!
7. On Halloween people dressed up as ghosts and witches so that the spirits would not steal their body!
8. Nowadays people don't pumpkins with faces in their houses.
9. The pumpkin is sometimes called the ‘John-o-lantern’.
10. ‘Trick or treat’ is a game children play at Halloween to play jokes (treat) or get sweets (trick).
If you need help to answer the questions,
2. Add 110g white sugar and beat until the mixture is stiff and glossy.3. Put large spoonfuls of the mixture on a baking tray with baking paper, and shape into ghosts.
4. Bake in a preheated oven at 110ºC for 60 minutes, then turn the oven off and leave the ghosts for another 30 minutes.
5. Attach chocolate button eyes to each meringue with a drop of melted chocolate.
And enjoy your Halloween ghosts!
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