It is Easter - level 2, A12

It is Easter - level 2, A12

08-04-2012 22:00

Easter is a special day for people who believe in Jesus Christ. It is the day when Jesus Christ returned from the dead. For some people, it is the most important day in the year. Some people, who don’t believe in Jesus Christ, celebrate it as the beginning of spring.

Some people believe that Jesus was killed on the cross about 2000 years ago in the city of Jerusalem. The people killed him because they believed that he was making trouble for the bosses of the city. He was killed on Friday but on Sunday he returned from the dead. After this moment, people believed that Jesus was Son of God.

Today, people celebrate Easter in different ways. They give each other colourful Easter eggs. They hide eggs for children. They visit friends and family and they have a nice meal together. Also, some people, who don’t believe in Jesus Christ, put on nice clothes and they go to church at Easter. For some people, it is the celebration of new life which comes every spring.

In the video, you can see how people celebrate Easter in the US.

Written by Danny for News in Levels

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