Tea party the most famous British tradition. They always have a tea time at 5 o’clock. At this time they are drinking tea, eating apple pie, and talking about life.
The next popular tradition connecting with holidays. Every Christmas, all houses are decorated with candles. It’s ”Night of candles”.
Also about houses. One of the oldest traditions is garden. Every house has a beautiful little garden. Every year there is a competition for the best and well-kept garden. It helps to keep the city clean and cozy!

Напишите 10 предложений на английском языке о любой традиции в Беларуси.

1-  Можешь сократить если хочешь. Wedding The Belarusian wedding (or "vyasele") is a unique ritual that has a deep sacral meaning. No action during the wedding was not accidental, all stages were carefully verified and thought out, as in a good performance. The wedding was a sort of folk performance, a theatrical performance, designed to bring happiness, harmony and prosperity to 
2-Dozhinki Culture of Belarusians is closely connected with land, agriculture. Many holidays, customs and traditions originate from events closely related to the agricultural calendar. Dozhinki, perhaps, the most famous of these holidays. This ancient rite is known to almost all peoples who are engaged in agriculture. Since ancient times, "Dozhinki" meant the end.
3-Traditions and ceremonies of Belarus. Christmas carols Kolyady Kolyady for ancestors of modern Belarusians was the main winter holiday, which was associated primarily with the winter solstice and symbolized the beginning of a new year - both solar and agricultural. The celebration began on December 25 and lasted until January 6th. With the adoption of Christianity, the pagan festival turned into a birthday party for Jesus. 4-Kupalye This day the trees move from place to place, the animals talk to each other, and in the rivers you can see mermaids who swim in crystal clear water. This day is covered with as many legends and legends as no other in the year, and no one can guarantee that they are true and that is fiction. This day is a holiday of Ivan Kupala. It is celebrated on the night of 6. 5-Maslenitsa This bright colorful holiday at the end of winter pleases both kids and adults. Games, songs, dances, gay laughter and noise are its main features. And it is called Maslenitsa. However, in some regions of Belarus this holiday is called in another way: Maslenka, Syrnitsa, etc. The church calendar also recorded the celebration of Maslenitsa: here it appears as "Cheese. 6-Easter One of the most important Christian holidays in Belarus is Easter (or Vialikdzen). This holiday is associated with a large number of different rituals and traditions, many of which are performed now. For more than 2 thousand years, Jesus Christ’s resurrection has been celebrated on this day. This important day for believers is accompanied by the end of strict fasting. On Easter. 7-Ladders This winter holiday has deep roots, yet our pagan ancestors considered it special. Today in Belarus it is celebrated twice: on February 2 - according to the Catholic calendar, and on February 15 - on the Orthodox calendar. The loudspeakers always symbolized the transition of the pores year from the cold and fierce winter to the hot summer. Everyone was waiting for the warmth and sun, they wanted to hasten this natural. 8-"Gukanne Viasny" This Belarusian custom is one of the most cheerful and optimistic. The long winter comes to an end, and on its success there is a beauty-spring. To accelerate its arrival and organize a national holiday, which is called "Gukanne viasna". This tradition has deep roots: to call the spring began in ancient times, when our ancestors were. by9-Dzyady The distinctive feature of the Belarusian people has always been respect for their ancestors, for their roots. In the calendar of Belarusians there were more than five days a year, when they remembered the dead, and these days were usually called Dzyady. Celebrated them on Shrove Tuesday, on Radovnitsa, on the Trinity, before the summer holiday of Peter and Paul, and also in the autumn. Autumn Dzyady were always considered the most important. 10-Petrov day Petrov day is an ancient agricultural holiday, which is celebrated on July 12. It is also called Pyatro, Pyatrok or the day of Peter and Paula. On this day, all praise the apostles Peter and Paul, who patronized the peasants during the hard summer work - mowing, work on pasture and in the garden, harvest. Peter was considered the patron of the field, field,