La première feuille:
This nitgh is also called bonfire night and
It’s a stake with a Guy.
3) « Nowadays on Bonfire
Night people organise their own parties or attend big organised fireworks
displays. They stand around the bonfire, set off fireworks and eat lots of nice
warming Bonfire Night foods, like sausages and jacket potatoes. They might
also remark... »
4) People eat potetos wrapped in foil, soup, traditionnal
cake the Parkin Cake, sausage cooked, marshmallows toasted.
5) The day
before children go out with their home-made guys
6) They ask for « a penny for the guy » for
remember the fifth of November,
Gunpowder, treason and plot,
We see no reason,
Why gunpowder treason,
Should ever be forgot!
8) Bonfire Night is celebrated across the UK on 5
November. The date marks the failed attempt to blow up the Houses of Parliament
by Guy Fawkes* along with a
group of co-conspirators in London in 1605