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Tuesday, March the 1st we celebrated Great Britain
1) the pupils had to wear a school uniform
2) They had a special menu in the canteen
The term, “cole slaw”, comes from the Dutch term “koolsla”, a shortening of “koolsalade”, which means “cabbage salad”. It was commonly called cold slaw in England until the 1860s when “cole” (meaning cabbage) was revived. “Cole” originates from the Latin, colis, meaning “cabbage”, and is the origin of the Dutch word as well. In addition to calling it “coleslaw”.
The progression of the name:
colis -> koolsalade -> koosla -> cold slaw -> cole slaw -> coleslaw
Main course: FISH 'N CHIPS
Dessert: CRUMBLE and CUSTARD
Custard is a culinary preparation made by blending eggs with milk or cream.
3) We had planned British music in the corridors and in the playground but it didn't work! Next time...