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Santa Claus came to town

Wendy . Blog Shakespeare slept here! Published 14 December 2010

You may not have seen Santa at the UEM LAB today, but you probably heard him.

He was singing up a storm with about 25 helpers. "Oh, Christmas Tree" and "Little Drummer Boy" and "Jingle Bell Rock" could be heard in the cafeteria, in the hallways, in the upstairs lobby. People going to lunch or just walking by all had smiles on their faces. Everyone was having fun, and practicing their English!

You still have a chance to participate.

Christmas Carols: Sing with us in English.

Dec 14th, 15th,16th and 17th, 2010.
13:30-14:30 Basement Hall, Building A.

Vocabulary:
Singing up a storm: cantando y dándolo todo storm: tormenta
helpers: ayudantes
drummer: tamborilero
jingle bell: cascabel
hallways: pasillos
lobby: hall principal
smiles: sonrisas
having fun: divirtiéndose
have a chance: tener la oportunidad de
Christmas Carol: villancicos

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Comments (1)
Javier Cuadros ... (not verified)
5 February 2016 12:29 pm Reply

In muy opinion, I think that it is a brilliant idea because in the rest of the universities they have not got this proposal. It is also a good idea because the students can remember their childhood.

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