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  • guys, welcome back.

  • Okay, I can tell you that I can't stop smiling because it's that time of the year.

  • It's the volley, Andi.

  • It's most certainly my favorite festivals.

  • Well, what I really think is that the value is about so many things, isn't it?

  • Now it's about beautiful lanterns everywhere.

  • Bright lamps which we call the years people make fresh homemade sweets and snacks.

  • Andi, so much about getting time to celebrate with your loved ones, your people, and chatting about old memories and laughing and so many things.

  • But what I think, guys, is that beyond everything we had, everything that we spoke about.

  • The Valley is about new and good beginnings on Dhe saying good bye to evil and darkness.

  • And I think that is the reason why this festival is celebrated not just your in India, but also all over the world.

  • Um, what happens is what I'm going to do is towards the end of this week, D'oh!

  • I would be telling you a very, very short story about the valley and how each day off the valley has its own special meaning.

  • Before we get to that part, let me give you some examples off wishes the volume wishes that you can use.

  • So let's get started.

  • I wish you and your family happy New Year.

  • Prosperity, health and lots of fun made this Diwali.

  • Bring you and your family.

  • You're full of good health, success and happiness.

  • During the volley, you would find a lot of people using words such as success, bright happiness, joy, good health and, of course, prosperity.

  • And in their wishes to one another.

  • They will use these common words so that since we're talking about wishes and wishing people on the volley, we can also use the word wish and learn a new vocabulary on a short list.

  • Off phrase all words with the wood wish.

  • So let's get started.

  • Are you excited?

  • Because I am?

  • Let's start with wishing on OK, now, guys wishing on means to wish somebody on some particular date that that's a simple one.

  • I wanted to start with a simple one.

  • So, for example, wishing you great luck on this special day, it could be anything right, marriage or someone's birthday or anything.

  • Probably someone has won something so you can wish them like so another one I wish for is that next Hazelwood wish for something which means to want something or just being hopeful about something.

  • So what did you wish for your birthday?

  • Could be one such example.

  • She got married to her best friend.

  • What more could she wish for?

  • Be careful what you wish for.

  • It might just come true.

  • We also have another Faisel World wish of A which means to make something disappear just by wishing it, for instance, I would like to wish away all my crimes.

  • Okay, Um, he would like to wish away all his debts.

  • If only I could wish away bad marks from my from my report card or mark sheet.

  • Now, apart from these faces clubs, there is a need, um, which you can use, which is I wish exclamation point.

  • It is used to say that something is impossible.

  • But you would like that to happen in your life if I have to give you an example.

  • Um let's say will you be free on the weekend?

  • My friend asked me, and I say, I wish What was your diet plan?

  • Successful.

  • I wish.

  • Are you traveling this holiday?

  • I wish.

  • See how youthful and creative just a simple tedium with just two woods.

  • Andan exclamation can be all right now.

  • Off course, there is more to this lesson.

  • Okay, guys, since we are celebrating a festival, why don't I blow the candles on Dhe?

  • Celebrate with more words and more phrases, words and more freezes and examples similar to the world celebrations.

  • I bet you would love it.

  • Let's get started.

  • Okay, let's get started with the 1st 1 Drink a toast to which means to celebrate a wish for good fortune by raising one's last.

  • So you can say, Let's drink a toast to the success off our new brand.

  • It's us out of a celebration, right?

  • And that's what we're talking about.

  • Tonight we will drink a toast to ourselves.

  • Why not?

  • We've done something good.

  • Let's celebrate.

  • There's another one, actually.

  • Mark the occasion, which means to celebrate Ah, particular event or a particular date.

  • Now, for example, this victory is precious.

  • Let's mark this occasion by party.

  • Another example.

  • We don't win every day or every year.

  • We need to mark this occasion.

  • We have to discover we have discovered a new planet.

  • The world will mark this day as a special occasion or a special date.

  • Now, as I had promised its story dying, you must know a little bit more about the volley that it was first celebrated long back, when India was known as Barbara Bush.

  • And when Lord Rama returned from exile off 14 years.

  • Guys, that's right after the feeding robin off course, that's when he returned.

  • It was it was the victory off good over evil that was celebrated as the volume for the Bali.

  • It was then when people actually celebrated by landing of the lighting order, where lamps, oil lamps called the years.

  • And that is where the name off the festival has come from.

  • The as in light are really as in a row, off lights.

  • The volley lasts for five days.

  • Usually it is celebrated during late October, too early November on Dhe.

  • Each day out of the five days has its own significance.

  • And of course, it begins with the first day called Dan DeRose, Where done means wealth and terrorist means.

  • The 13th day off Kartika Month.

  • It's a month in the calendar, and on this day people clean.

  • The house is in there in order to prepare for welcoming the goddess off well, and that is Lakshmi.

  • So, like you can see over here we install beautiful lanterns and, you know, do draw color for colorful wrong goalie everywhere on the second day, which is the after than there is, it's called Jodi the Valley, as in the day before the actual duvally Eve per se ve moving from the second day, the third day we have the day off, Lakshmi the goddess, off for wealth, and she is worshipped and welcomed simply by keeping the doors and windows of the house open for her to come in.

  • And it is believed that she brings wealth and good fortune to everyone.

  • And this day is also the last day off the Hindu calendar.

  • And thus the fourth day is marked as the first day off the New Year in the new year.

  • And on this day the born between the husband and the wife is celebrated and you may also exchange gifts with one another.

  • Of course, the husband and wife.

  • And there comes the fifth day of the volley, which is gold mileage.

  • The last day guys of the festival on On this day, the born between the brother and sister is celebrated.

  • Of course, brother and sister relationship is notorious.

  • It's not.

  • It's beautiful at the same time.

  • And of course, another opportunity to exchange Gibbs and laughter and memories.

  • And you would find people exchanging wishes each day off all these five days.

  • Guys, I want you to remember that you must just remember to light lamps and not firecrackers.

  • This volley we need to We need joy and happiness and not smoke.

  • I'm sure we are all in it together now, aren't we?

  • Okay, guys.

  • Well, you were with me mirror.

  • And I wish all of you are very, very happy.

  • The valiant.

  • A prosperous New Year.

  • Lots of love from all of us.

  • You that's all for the day.

  • I hope you enjoyed the listen and I'm sure you would enjoy.

  • The festival is well.

  • All right, guys.

  • I will see you very soon with another lesson.

  • Another topic.

  • Until then, keep smiling.

  • Keep practicing.

  • Spread a lot of love and laughter.

  • This is me.

  • Mirror you soon.

  • Bye.

guys, welcome back.

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Talking about Diwali in English with Meera | Learn How to Greet & Wish | Phrasal Verbs | Short Story

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/04/13
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