VALENCIA SEES WINTER OFF WITH A BANG!!!! (LOW B2)
DO YOU KNOW WHAT SEEING SOMEBODY OFF MEANS?
If you want to understand the real sense of Fallas, you should know what these terms mean:
La Mascletà – Incredibly noisy fireworks let off during the daytime to make as much noise as possible. The Mascletà held each day at 14:00 in the town hall square is impossible to describe in words – you have to experience it for yourself!
El Ninot – A small part of a Fallas sculpture – typically a human figure of breathtaking detail and craftsmanship.
La plantà – The installation or ‘planting’ of the Fallas sculptures around the city.
La cremà – The last evening of the festival when the monuments are set on fire.
La Verbena – street parties, paella cook offs and live music arranged by Falleros from the community of Falleros; normally you need to be invited but there are so many around the streets of Valencia that people wouldn’t notice if you joined in.
La Nit de Foc – a spectacular fireworks display on the Paseo de la Alameda
NOW, IF YOU´RE IN THE MOOD TO READ ABOUT “LAS FALLAS” IN ENGLISH, THIS IS A VERY INTERESTING LINK:
WHY DON´T YOU RECORD THE TEXT YOU DID IN CLASS USING WEVIDEO AS AN INVITATION FOR TOURISTS TO THE FESTIVAL?
WOULD YOU LIKE TO CREATE A POSTER WITH POSTER MY WALL?
ARE YOU ONE OF THE MANY VALENCIANS GOING AWAY FOR “LAS FALLAS” OR DO YOU JOIN IN THE CELEBRATIONS?
HAPPY FALLAS TO EVERYONE ANYWAY!!