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Monday at 6:30 pm
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Do you celebrate the New Year's Day as the Kenyans do?

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Habari Mia,


Wow it is clear you also have fun in Germany during this day. We at swahiliPod101.com have learnt a lot from you. Continue reading about other holidays and tell us how they compare with the ones in Germany. You could also try to write in Swahili and we will guide your vocabulary.


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Mia
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Love this new series of cultural topics - it's so helpful for absolute beginners. Thank you so much!

And yes, people in Germany have fireworks at midnight, too, to celebrate the new year. Most Germans hold parties and have a fancy dinner with friends and family, and they watch a special TV clip which is called "dinner for one" - which has become a tradition in Germany, but is almost unknown in Great Britain (where the clip actually takes place). People have new year's resolutions, too. Most want to be more healthy and do more sports, or quit smoking (or any other bad habit). But there is no gift giving going on, as the main gift giving holidays in Germany are St. Niklas day and Christmas Eve (on the 24th of December!). The 1st of January is a public holiday, and mostly for relaxation and family.