Defending a cause.(tolerance, energy saving,family, voluntarism)

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  • 1. Defending a cause

2. Defending a cause 4 3. : . :. . : . 4. 47 19 , , 5. 6 2 - 6. 6 (1 ) 6 ( 4 ) 7. Caminante no hay camino el camino se hace al andar Antonio Machado https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QHcypSLIp_A 8. 1 ( 2 ) 9. 10. 2 email Well I think it is too late but: in Spain at xmas we eat a lot with our families,and we have ''nochebuena'' and ''nochevieja'',the last one is the 31 of december and at 12 oclock we eat 12 grapes to celebrate the new year and we stay up for most of the night,we also have ''los reyes magos'' which are 3 men from the east that bring gifts to the childs on the 6 of january. -Andrea On christmas here we get together and we eat. Then we go for "walks". I am not the party type so you shouldn't ask me about parties. "Santa Claus" brings the presents on new year's eve after the clock shows midnight. Also after midnight that day, we eat a special cake in which we have a coin. And whoever finds the coin is supposed to be lucky the following year. Marilena 11. 3 p.point ( ) In Greece there are plenty of organizati ons that protect the seas and the aquatic environme nt. 12. p.point 13. 4 Skype 14. 5 ( ) Dear Sir, We are writing on behalf of the Greek, Italian and Spanish students who participate in the educational program called