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Please answer these questions about your school

1-How many students and levels are there in your school?

2- How many teachers are there in your school?

3- What time do your lesson start and finish?

4- How many subjects have you got?

5- Have you got a school canteen?

6- What time do you have lunch?

( Zeberio)

1- There are 96 students in our school.
There are 4 Infant levels: 2 year olds class, 3 year olds class, 4 year olds class and 5 year olds class
There are 6 Primmary levels but there are only 3 Primary groups: 1st and 2nd level( 18 students); 3rd and 4th level ( 17 students ) and 5th and 6th level( 15 students)
2- There are 10 full- time teachers at school. There is one part- time teacher and there is one assistant.
3- Lessons start at 9:30 and finish at 16:30.
4- We have got 10 subjects at school: Maths,Basque,Spanish,Science,P.E.,Arts and Crafts,Music,Erasmus + and Basque Poetry.
5- Yes,we have got a canteen at school.Most students have lunch in the canteen. A cook called Toñi prepares very nice meals for us.
6-We have luch at half past one.

1, 2, 3 -School " MironCostin", the biggest in city with 1160 children and 75 teachers. The school is made up of three separate buildings surrounded by asphalt playgrounds where the students perform the P.E. lessons. We have children from the age of 3 to 14 :2 kinder garden classes, 22 primary classes and 20 secondary classes. As the school is very big we are working in 3 shifts starting from 8 in the morning to 7 in the evening.
4 - We have got 10-16 subjects, depending on the level (primary or secondary).
5 - We don't have a school canteen.
6 - As we do not have a canteen the children have lunch at home between 11:00 - 13:00 am.
( Osmaniye)

1- There are 550 students in our school.
There is only one infant level: 5-6 year old class.

There are 2 first grade classes, 1 second grade classes, 2 third grade classes, 3 fourth grade classes, 5 fifth grade classes, 4 sixth grade classes, 3 seventh grade classes and 4 eighth grade classes. Each class has about 20 - 24 students.
2- There are about 40 teachers at school.
3- Lesson starts at 08.30 am. and finishes at 04.10 pm.
4- we have got 10 subjects.
5- We have got a school canteen and dining hall.
6- The lunch break for the primary school students is at 12.10 and the lunch break for the secondary schoo student is at 01.00.
( Sofia)
1-There are 502 students in our school
There are 4 first grade classes, 4 second grade classes, 4 third grade classes,3 fourth grade classes, 3 fifth grade classes,
2 sixth grade classes, 2 seventh grade classes. Each class has about 24 - 26 students.
2-There are about 49 teachers at school.
3-We working in 2 shifts starting from 7:30 in the morning to 18:30 in the evening
4-We have got 15 subjects.
5-We have got a school canteen.
6-The lunch break is only for primary school students is at 12:30
(Planá nad Lužnicí)
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1. Our school has about 390 pupils, aged 6 to 15. We have classes 1 to 5 which are primary and classes 6 to 9 are secondary.

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2. There are 27 teachers.
3. Our lessons start at 8 o'clock and finish at half past twelve or half past one.
4. We have got 15 subjects, for example Woodcraft, Art, Health education, Maths, English, Physics, Geography, Biology, History, Music, IT, PE.
5. Yes, we have a canteen and most children have lunch there. We have a choice of two meals. The kitchen staff take care of our healthy diet.
6. We have lunch from Monday to Friday between 12:40 and 13:30. Then we either go home of have afternoon programme at school or afternoon lessons.

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School in Planá, view from the river
( Thessaloniki)


1.There are about 200 pupils aged 6-12 years old and six grades which make 12 classes (2 classes in each grade). There are about 15-20 pupils in each class.
2.There are 25 teachers in our school today.
3.School starts at 8:00 a.m. and finishes at 14:00 p.m. but children have the choice of staying until 16:00 p.m. attending the afternoon classes and get prepared for the next school day. There is also the pre-school classs from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. where a teacher takes care of the early comers.
4.We have about 13 subjects.
5.There is no canteen in our school.
6,We have lunch betwwen 2-3 p.m.

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Please answer the following questions about your school ´s activities and celebrations

1- Do you sometimes go on field trips?

2- What is your favourite subject and why?

3- How many classmates do you have?

4- How many holidays do you have during the school year?

5- How do you celebrate Christmas in school?

1- Yes, we usually go on field trips depending on the topic we are learning about.W e also go to the cinema and theatre once a year. Every year we spend about 4 days in a camp. The day before Saint Ageda ( february 4th) we go out singing from house to house in the different hamlets. We visit all the houses in the village following an old tradition.
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SAnta Ageda- Bad weather is not a problem to go out and sing!!

2- Our favourite subject is P.E. because it is great fun and we play a lot!!.
3- In our class there are 15 classmates but we are two levels mixed: 5th level and 6th level. In 5th level there are 11 students and in 6th level there are only 4.
4- During the school year we have 2 weeks Christmas holiday, two weeks Easter holiday and two months and a half summer holyday. We have also got some one-day holiday like " Teacher´s Day" and two or three free days for Carnival. We have got different celebrations at school like "International Day of the Basque Language", Saint Ageda, Carnival, Olentzero ( the Basque Santa.....

5- In our school to celebrate Christmas, Olentzero comes to visit us giving us a surprise. He usually carries many presents for school and we eat roasted hot chestnuts.
1 - In Galati we visit food factories and villages around the city where students can see orchards, gardens and farms and learn interesting facts about healthy eating habits.
2 - Most students like English, because they want to communicate with other children.
3 - Our classes have 25-30 students.
4 - Primary level - 5 holidays: in November, at Christmas, in February, in April and in summer. Lower intermediate - 4 holidays (no holiday in November).
5 - We decorate the classrooms and we have a big festival in school. We sing carols and give presents to each other.
1- we sometimes go on field trips to make our students know about the sustainable food and agriculture.
2- Some students like Science and Math, some students like social studies and language. But most of the students like PE and art most because they like sports and drawing pictures. They are really active students.
3- Each students have about 24 classmates.
4- We have 2 religious (Ramadan and Sacrifice), 2 national holidays( National Soverignty and Children's Day, Republic Day) and also we have Christmas, half year holiday and summer holiday.
5- We give presents to each other at Christmas.
0- Dear friends,
Today we are celebrating Halloween in advance. Nobody and nothing can stop our students from costumes, masks and high spirits. Can you see how colorful and artistic they are!
1- Yes, we usually go on field trips
2-Our favourite is information Technology
3-Each students have 26 classmates.
4-During the school year we have 12 days Christmas holiday, 8 days Easter holiday and 3 months summer holyday
5-We decorate the classrooms
1- We organize field trips like an eko farm trips but not many focus exactly on food and healthy diet. Every year we have an expert in our school explaining and preparing healthy meals for and with pupils. Healthy five
2- Subjects which are most popular are P.E. and Music. But some pupils like Art, IT and Geography or History.
3- Different classes have different number of pupils. The number varies from 18 to 30 pupils in the class. For some subjects the classes are divided into groups (especially for languages).
4- We have two longer school holidays (one week or more) at Christmas time and the holidays which we call Spring holidays dated around the mid-term. During the rest of the school year we have one or two days off the school and they are always around our bank holidays like The foundation of our state day 28 October, the Velvet Revolution (1989) 17 November, around the Easter two days, or Liberation Day (end of 2 WW) 8 May or Labour Day 1 May.
5- Every class decorates their classroom with Christmas trees, we have Christmas Singing on stairs - the performance of our school choir. Every second year we have a charity event called Christmas fair when children make and create small presents and objects to be bought by parents to collect money for our adopted African boy.

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1- Depending on the topic we are dealing with each time, field trips are organized. Last year, for example, the second grade visited the American Farm School of Thessaloniki, where they had the chance to follow the route of production and pasteurisation of milk.
2- Some students like Maths others Language but most of them like P.E.
3- There are about 15-17 students in each class.
4- There are two big holidays during the school year: a) 2 weeks for Christmas and b) two weeks for Easter Holidays.
There are also two national holidays: a) October 28th (we celebrate the refusal to surrender the country to Moussolini in 1940 and as a result Greece got involved in WWII. We call it the OHI Day which means the NO Day.) and b) March 25th (we celebrate the beginning of the Greek revolution in 1821 against the Ottomans.).School Parades take place annually on October 28th and March 25th (on the two national holidays).
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There is also the Pure or Ash Monday Holiday which is the first day of Lent for Easter (it is celebrated with outdoors excursions, seafood consumption and flying kites).This is a traditional celebration of Pure or Ash Monday. The flying of the kite, the particular type of bread called lagana which is only made on this day and the menu of the day seafood, taramas salad, tzatziki, olives, sarmadakia, beans and wine. 5- We usually have short theatrical plays by the students, carol singing and parties.
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flying kites



Please answer these questions about your home town

1-Has your home town any emblem or coat of arms ?

2- How many people live in your town?

3- Are there any monuments or interesting places? How many cinemas and bridges do you have?

4- Which sports can you do in your town?

5- Is there a river in your town? Is there a flood sometimes?

1-This is our coat of arms: a tower and a tree.
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2- Only about 1.100 people live in Zeberio.Most people live in farms and detached and semidetached houses.

3-We have no important monuments in Zeberio but we have a beautiful Town Hall and a big church. We don´t have cinemas but we have lots of nice bridges. The nearest city is Bilbao ( 18 km away). In Bilbao there are a lot of interesting monuments and places like Guggenheim museum, cathedral, old part of the city....There are also cinemas and a lot of facilities.
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4-We can practice football,mountain bike,trekking,Basque handball...
5-Yes,there is Zeberio river that crosses the village- it is not very big- and there are smaller rivers .Sometimes there are floods but it is not very usual
1-The ship on the top reminds us that this town is an important harbor on the Danube. There is a documentary attestation from the 15-th century. The fish emphasizes the importance of this harbor in fishing trade development. Mercury’s scepter symbolizes the commercial activities.
2 - In Galati live 250 000 people.
3 - There are no bridges in our town. There are 2 cinemas in Galati. There are many monuments, churches, public gardens, parks and museums.
4 - There is a sports centre and a skating rink. We can play football, handball, practice martial arts, etc
5 - Out town is on the Danube and sometimes there is a flood.
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1- This is our hometown emblem: a rug and a nut. Osmaniye is
famous for its nut and rug. The slogan of our city is ' Happy City'
2- There are about 515.000 people living in Osmaniye.
3- There is Castabala open - air museum, Sabunçayı
waterfall, Bird Paradise, Berke Dam as a tourist attraction
in Osmaniye.

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Bird Paradise
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Berke Dam
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4- In our hometown, we can play table tennis, volleyball,
basketball, archery and bocce.
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5- There is no river in Osmaniye.
1-This is the emblem of sofiya_gerb_r6og_large.jpgour city- Sofia. The word 'Sophia' is Greek and means 'wisdom'. The motto of the city is "Grows but doesn't get older" and its history dates back to Roman times.
2-1,5 million people live in Sofia.
3-There are several food and drink factories nearby: Danon (for yoghurt), Nestle (coffee, sweets,chocolate), Svoge (chocolate), Coca Cola.
4-We practice football.

5-Sofia is rich in mineral water. There are three bottle companies: Bankia, Gorna Bania, Kniajevo.
Sofia is in the foot of Vitosha mountain. It provides excellent conditions for winter sports.
1. This is our emblem of the city. The centre is the river Lužnice (Lainsitz). It shows the river - blue colour, a white beam in the middle and golden sun and an oak leaf.

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2. In Planá there live 3 650 people.

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3. We have the church of Saint Wenceslas, town Hall, school, and a rectory these are the most important buildings in our town.
4. In our town we can play football, tennis, floorball or just visit a gym.
5. There is a river next to the school, it is the river Lužnice. In 2012 and 2013 school was flooded because it was raining heavily. Here is the picture of the worst flood in our school (2002).

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1- This is the emblem of our city. It is the head of Alexander the Great. Thessaloniki was built in 316/315 B.C. by
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2.There is about a million people living in Thessaloniki today.
3.Yes, there are a lot of monuments and interesting places for a visitor to see in Thessaloniki. Places such as The White Tower, The Roman Arch, The Roman Market, the Statue of Alexander the Great, the arcaeological and the byzantine museums, the Rotonda, the Church of S. Dimitirios, the Church of Aghia Sophia The Byzantine Walls. There are also a lot of cinemas in our city. An international film festival is held every year in November and an international documentary festival is also held in our city every March. There are no bridges in the city, but there is a five-mile long marina where people enjoy long walks by the sea.
4.There are a lot of sports clubs in Thessaloniki, where people can do a large number of sports, almost everything.
5.There is no river running in the city. Some floods happened the last years due to heavy rains.

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the White Tower
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The five-mile long marina of Thessaloniki by day and by night.


Please, answer the following questions about Geographical facts

1- What is the weather like in your country?

2- Where is your country situated?

3- Is your country near the sea?

4- Which is the highest mountain / longest river of your country?

5- Are there any mountains / rivers / lakes near your town?

1- t is quite rainy. Winters are not very cold ( from 7 to 10 degrees) and summers are not very hot or sunny ( about 25-27ºC). We have very little snow in the winter and it is usually in the mountains. It is a very changable wImagen3.jpgeather.

2-The Basque Country is situated in the north of Spain and south of France.There are seven provinces in the Basque Country. Zeberio is in Bizcay province.
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3-Bizcay is on the coast but Zeberio has no sea.The sea (Athlantic) is about 40 km away.
The coast of Biscay

4- The highest mountain in the Basque Country is Auñamendi (2507m)
The highest mountain in Bizcay is Gorbeia ( 1482m.)
The highest mountain in Zeberio is Untzeta ( 770m.)

One of the most important rivers is Nervion that crosses the city of Bilbao.

5-Zeberio is sarrounded by mountains. The are many small rivers but there aren`t lakes.
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1 - Galați has a continental climate with four seasons. Summers are very hot with temperatures sometimes exceeding 35 °C while winters are cold and dry with temperatures at night sometimes dropping below −10 °C.
2 - Our country is situated in the South East of Europe.
3 - Yes, it is near the Black Sea.
4 - Danube is the longest river and the Carpathians are the highest mountains - Moldoveanu Peak 2544 m.
5 - Near our town there is the Danube river and the Brates Lake.
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1- It is in Mediterranean Region. It is cold and rainy in winter about 10 to 20 degrees and in summer it is quite hot about 37 to 45 degrees. It never snows in Osmaniye , but we are very close to Amanos Mountains about 15 km away and it snows there.

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2- Turkey is located both in Europe and Asia. Turkey has border with Greece to the west, Bulgaria to the northwest, Georgia to the northeast,

Armenia, Azerbaijan and Iran to the east, and Iraq and Syria to the southeast.
3- The highest mountain in Turkey is Mount Agrı. The Kızılırmak is the longest river in Turkey. It is 1355 km long.
4- Amanos mountain, Ceyhan river are very close to Osmaniye.

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1-Winters are very cold ( from -7 to 10 degrees) and summers are very hot or sunny ( about 27 - 31ºC)
2-Bulgaria is a country in southeastern Europe. It is bordered by Romania in the north, Serbia and Macedonia in the west, Greece and Turkey in the south, and the Black Sea in the east. With a territory of 110,994 square kilometres
(42,855 sq mi), Bulgaria is Europe's 16th-largest country
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3-Yes, it is near the Black Sea.
4-Rila is the highest mountain/Iskar is the longest river.
5- Vitosha is near our town
1- Planá is typical for its mild continental climate, summer up to 35°C, the hottest months are July and August. In winter the temperature very rarely drops bellow -10 to -15°C. What we really like are our four seasons.
2- Our country lies in central Europe. Czech borders with Austria, Germany, Slovakia and Poland.

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3- Czech republic doesn´t have sea. The nearest sea is Adriatic sea.
4- The highest mountain of our country is Sněžka. It is 1603 metres high. The longest river is Vltava which flows into the river Labe (Elbe) which is our widest river.

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5- There is the river Lužnice, it flows next to our school, there are no mountains. Near our town there aren´t any lakes but there are three ponds.

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River Lužnice Pond Hejtman
1- The climate in our country is mostly Mediterranean, but due to the geography there is a range of micro-climates. Islands have mild winters (10-20°C) and warm summers (25-29°C), wheareas on the mainland winters are colder with a lot of rains and summers are hotter. In winters it can also be snowy on the mainland, but only for a couple of days and the snow doesn't last long apart from the mountains.Temperature can drop some degrees below zero these days. However things are tougher on the mountainuous areas where temperature drops a lot of degrees below zero and it lasts for long periods. Hot and dry summers with temperatures around 35°C is the usual picture for the mainland with an exception of some even hotter days with temperatures around 40-43°C when there is a heatwave.
2- It is situated in the south east of Europe.
3- Yes, in fact it is surrounded by the sea. There is the Aegean Sea in the east, the Ionian Sea in the west and the Mediterranean Sea in the south. There are also about 3000 islands.
4- Olympos is the highest mountain and Aliakmonas the longest river.
5- There is Mt. Hortiatis near our town. There are two lakes, lake Volvi and lake Koronia. There are also three rivers, river Axios, river Loudias and river Gallikos.


Please answer the following questions about some cultural facts

1- Which are the most popular sports in your country?

2- How can you describe your folk dance?
3- Can you describe your people in three words?
4- What is the most basic commercial source in your hometown?
5- What do your traditional clothes look like?
6- What is the first spoken language in your hometown?
7- What kind of superstitions are there in your hometown?
1-The most popular sport is football but many people also practice surf, mountain bike, ... " Herri kirolak" Basque traditional sports are also very popular.
We support our local team: Athletic of Bilbao
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2-Our folk dances are very energetic, and complicated. Men use swords and sticks for many dances.


3-We,Basque have a reputation for being brave, hard-working and never give up.

4-Our most basic commercial source in Zeberio is saws mills ( there are three in the village) and agriculture. In the Basque Country the most important sources are industry, research and now a days turism.

5-Look!! These are our traditional clothes. We wear them for traditional dances and special ocassions.

5-In Zeberio our first lenguage is Euskera ( Basque language). Most families are bilingual, they can speak Basque ans Spanish. Some families cannot speak Basque but all children learn Basque at school as the first language.


6- One of our superstitions is about wild "sunflowers": We put a wild sunflower " eguzkilorea"on our home doors to keep bad spirits from the night away.

1 - Football, gymnastics and tennis are the most popular. A sport that began to become known in Romania is tennis. In the past the most famous tennis players were Ion Tiriac and Ilie Nastase .Today the best known tennis player is Simona Halep. Romania is also famous for its football players such as Gheorghe Hagi and Adrian Mutu.
2 - Our folk dances are fast, usually in pairs men-woman, in a circle.
3 - Smart, tolerant and hospitable.
4 - People work in factories or in shops.
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5 - For men: white shirts and trousers.
For women: white blouses and skirts.
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6 - The spoken language is Romanian.
7 - The superstitions are the usual ones: number 13, black cats, meeting priests.
1-The most poupular sports in Osmaniye are football, basketball and swimming.
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2- Each region has different clothes for their folk dances. Most of them are called Halay.
3- If we describe our people in three words, we can say
that they are hospitable, friendly and polite.
4- Agriculture is the most basic commercial source in
our hometown.
5- they are shirt, vest, shalwar and may be speacial hat.
6- Turkish is the first spoken language in our hometown,
but in the past they used to use arabic alphabet before
they started to use latin.
7- There is no superstition in our hometown.
1-The most popular sports are volleyball and rhythmic gymnastics.
2-Our folk dances are very energetic, and complicated.
3-The people in our country are very kind, friendly and welcoming.
4-The basic commercial sources in our hometown are CBA (Bulgaria) Fantastico (Bulgaria), Billa (Autsria) and Kaulfland (Germany) Lidl (Germany) Metro (Germany)
5-This is what our traditional clothes look like
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6-Bulgarian is the first spoken language in our hometown.
7-There are superstitions related with black cats,priests,knoking on wood.
1- In our country sport number one is football but ice hockey is also very popular. In every town and even village there is a football team with their fans.
2- Our national folk dance is called Czech polka, it has nothing to do with Poland. It is a 2/4 beat dance and the name probably comes from the word "půlka" (meaning half). It is a half tempo and half step and half jump step and it is performed in twos. It became famous during the WW2, sung by Czech pilots in Britain´s air force and known as Roll out the barrels
3- Czech people in three words are skilful (handy) - we are said to have golden Czech hands, on the other hand we are envious and beer producers.
4 -The basic commercial source is industry - food industry - dairy products, meat production, engineering and services (clerks, shop assistants, tourism).
5 - Every part of our country has its own traditional costume but they are worn only on special occasions - festivals, celebrations, weddings sometimes. The clothes from south Bohemia including Planá, and Moravia, part of our country much richer in folk clothes.

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6 - We are a small country and the only language spoken is Czech. Nowadays other languages are spoken by immigrants but they use it only at homes.
7- In Planá there is no special superstions, apart from the generaly known ones. One interesting is saying who will be married in May, will be dead in one year but it is no more respected and weddings happen even in May.
1- There are a lot of sports club in Thessaloniki, but three of them are very important for the sports history of our city. PAOK, Aris and Hrarkis are having clubs in a large number of sports such as football, basketball, volleyball, swimming, polo, gymnastics, track sports, etc. Their embles are the following:

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2- The most famous dance of our country is the "syrtaki dance" also known as "hasapiko".
3- Warm, friendly and hospitable.
4- Our city is the second biggest port in Greece, so its port is widely used for goods' transefering. Tourism is also another economical factor.
5- People wear casual every day clothes. Traditional costumes are only worn during traditional festivities and celebrations by folk groups when presenting short theatrical plays or folk dances.
6- Modern Greek is the main language, but during the last decades immigrants from Albania, Ukraine, Russia and Georgia arrived in the city. So these languages are also spoken among them and in their families.
7- There is no special superstition in our hometown.


Please, answer the following questions about your gastronomy

1. Which is the most importantant meal in your country?

2. Which are the three most popular dishes in your country?
3. Which are the most preferable spices and herbs in your national cuisine?
4. Do students in your country like having meals at school?
5. What do you eat for a typical breakfast?
6. What is your national drink?
7. Which do people in your country prefer: coffee or tea?
8. What cheeses do people in your country eat?
9. What food was "invented" in your country?
10. What food or drink is a sign for hospitality in your country?
11. What do you think your eating habits reveal about your national character?

1-The most important meal in our country is lunch. We usually have a first course, a second course and a dessert which is usually fruit or a dairy product like yoghurt.
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2- The Basque Country has a very rich gastronomy and there are many popular dishes. The most popular dishes in our country are cod in pil-pil sauce ( a thick sauce consisting only on olive oil), squids in black sauce( a souce made with the ink of the squids), marmitako (stwed longfin tuna) but we have also " porrusalda" ( leak cream ) and desserts like : Basque cake.

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3- The most preferible spice and herb in our national cousine is parsley
4- We do not like having meals at school very much. We prefer home meals because we can choose what we like .
5-We usually have milk or milk with cacoa ( cola-cao), toasts with butter and marmalade or honey, biscuits, cereals and orange juice ( for a typical breakfast)
6- We produce a special wine called "txakoli" but black or white wine is also very popular . We also produce cider.
7-People in our country prefer coffeee.
8-People in our country eat "Idiazabal " cheese. It is made of " latxa" sheep milk.
9- There is no special food the was "invented" in our country but we have many different ways to prepare some kinds of food like cod, haddock...
There are also some cakes which are typically Basque.
10- There is no special food or drink that is a sign of hospitality but we always offer something to eat or drink. we also like to cook for them.
11- Eating is an important social activity in the Basque Country. We gather around a table to celebrate, to meet friends, for business,... But not only eating is important for us. Cooking is very important as well. We like cooking for and with the family and friends. Our meals take time. There is a whole cullture around the table with a tradition for careful cooking, long table talks and after meal singing.
1 - The most important meal in our country used to be lunch, but now dinner is becoming more important, because the family gather round the table and eat together.
2 - The three most popular dishes in our country are "sarmale" (minced meat and rice rolled in cabbage leaves) and polenta, sour soup, and grilled meat.
3 - Thyme, parsley, dill, pepper
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4 - Most schools don't have canteens, so they don't have lunch in school.
7 - People in Romania prefer coffee.
8 - Romanians usually eat cottage cheese.
9 - A very interesting food made by shepards called "bulz" (grilled polenta and cheese)
10 - People welcome guests with bread and salt.
11 - Romanians like eating and spending time with friends. At parties we usually eat several starters, three main courses and a variety of desserts.
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1-Turkey has a very rich cuisine, it is hard to choose the most important one, but The Turkish give huge importance to breakfast. As we have for seasons in our country, we can find any kind of vegetables and fruit, but Osmaniye is famous for its nuts, olive and citrus fruit. Of-course we can't pass Kebab,şalgam and yogurtwater ( Ayran).

2- İçli Köfte, Kebab and lahmacun are the most popular foods in our hometown.
3- Red pepper flakes and as a herb rosemary and thyme are used most in our hometown.
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4- Our students like having lunch at school.
5- We usually eat cheese, olives, honey, jam, egg, and drink tea with them.
6- Yogurt water (Ayran) and Turnip are our national drinks.
7- Most people in our country prefer tea to coffee.
8- Cow and goat cheese is eaten most in our country.
9- Kebab, ravioli, bagel and baklava are invented in Turkey.
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10- Ayran, tea and cake are sign for hospitality in our country.
11- they reveal our variety. We love various taste.
1-Dinner is the most important meal becalse the whole family gathers around the table
2-There are many but the most favourable are: old beans, banitsa (cheese pastry) kebapcheta (meat croquettes), kiufteta (meat balls), tripe soup, shopska salad (mixture of tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, onion, parsley and cheese), tarator (a kind of cold soup made of yoghurt, cucumbers and dill).
3-The most preferable spices and herbs are: sharena sol (ground driet herbs), mint, basil, savory, dill, parsley.
4-Generally speaking our students like having meals at school if canteens look cosy and provide delicios food.
5-Our typical breakfast varies : banitsa with yoghurt, a cheese or a ham sandwich with glass of milk, one or two boiled eggs with some jam.
6-Red wine, plum brandy.Bulgaria is extremely rich in mineral springs and we drink a lot of mineral water.
7-We are a coffee orientated nation.
8-We eat white brined cheese, yellow cheese (kashkaval),cottage cheese.
9-We "invented" banitsa (cheese pastry)
10-We receive our guests with a rount loaf of bread with salt.
11-Our eating habits reveal our hospitality end generosity.

Bulgarians are fans of solid, substantial foods. Our favorite are old beans, banitsa (cheese pastry), kebapcheta (meat croquettes), kiufteta (meat balls), tripe soup, shop -ska salad (mixture of tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, onion, parsley and cheese).

Our traditional cuisine is well balanced. Unfortunately, in recent years it has been changed by some 'innovations': too much salt, too much sugar, too much fat ... you name it.

Our main meal is dinner when the whole family gathers around the table but some people lay stress on breakfast.
1- For the Czechs the most important meal of the day is lunch. It has two courses, some soup and the main dish. Our typical soup is chicken broth and we are famous for our dumplings. During the weekdays children have lunch in our school canteen and at weekends they enjoy their lunch at home with families. These are our
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2- Three most popular dishes are beef meat with whipped creamy sauce (marinated sirloin) and dumplings, next one is schnitzel with potatoes and finally fried cheese with fries.

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3- In Czech cuisine we use parsley, chive, marjoram and salt and peper.
4- Majority of students have lunches at school as lunch is the main dish in our country. So our school is very concerned about healthy cooking. Parents prefer when their children have lunch at school.
5- Typical breakfast for many pupuls is no breakfast which is not good and we know it. But some people do have breakfast in the morning and they usually have some roll with cheese, ham or marmelade of cornflakes or chocoballs with milk and teaor coffee (adults) for drink.
6- Czech national drink is beer


7- Czech people drink much more coffee than tea.
8- We prefer eidam and gouda cheese, these are what we call "hard" ones but what we really love is cream cheese which can be spread on bread. Our country is also proud of producing one awfully smelly but low fat and healthy cheese called Olomouc stinky cheese.


9- Probably dumplings.
10- We offer bread and salt when we have guests. That is the old time tradition, nice and very formal. Now we offer what we have at home - bread, meat, cheese, vegetable.
11- Czech cuisine is said to be heavy and very filling and together with the feeling of wanting more and more Czech people are traditionalists. Though our eating habits are not always healthy and we are aware of, it we stick to it and do not make changes.
1- For the Greeks traditionally the most important meal of the day was lunch, where the whole family used to sit round the table after the children would have come back from school. Nowadays we are trying to teach the families that breakfast is the most important meal of the day and that families shouldn't skip it. Still most of the children are having only a glass of milk for breakfast. Greek salad, bread and some feta cheese definately accompany the main dish at lunch time. Different fruits are consumed after the meal depending on the season.

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The most important ingredient in our cuisine is the olive oil. The olive trees and the olive leaves have their own significance in our history.
2- The three most popular greek dishes are: souvlaki, beansoup and mousaka.
3-Parsley, drill, basiliko and oregano are the most preferable herbs used in our cuisine.
4-No, students prefer having lunch at home with their families.
5-The most common breakfast for children is consisted of some of the following: milk, cereals, eggs, butter, marmelade, cheese with bread.
6-Ouzo, tsipouro and wine are the three drinks that are considered to be national greek drinks.
7-People in my country prefer drinking coffee.
8-Greek people prefer eating feta cheese which is a combination of goat and sheep milk. Also kefalograviera, kopanisti, ladotyri and manouri are some other types of cheese that are widely consumed.
9-Feta cheese is our traditional cheese and it is only produced in Greece. Also masticha is a product which is only cultivated in Greece on the island of Chios.
10-Home made liquers, home made spoon sweets and home made pies are what are servred to guests.Alternatively ouzo and its accompanied mezes can be served.
11-Greek people enjoy eating and they appreciate good food. Eating plays a significant role in our society and it is assosiated with every aspect of our life. Eating with our families, friends, company means great celebrations around the table, which make us outgoing, hospitable and people who live and enjoy every moment of our lives.