Welcome to Holiday Weekly words. This is Alisa,
let’s start. Today’s topic is Halloween and All Saints’ Day. Halloween/Allerheiligen.
Halloween /All Saints’ Day. So in Germany, Halloween and All Saints’ Day
is on October 31st and November 1st. [An Halloween und Allerheiligen haben die
meisten Deutschen frei.] On Halloween and All Saints’ Day, most Germans are off. [Striezel] It looks like a Cake bread type
and it’s actually braided. So it kind of looks like a braided bread and
you can have different sweets in it, like cinnamon or raisins and usually in Germany, it’s
sold on during the All Saints’ holiday and at the bakeries.
[Der Striezel wird normalerweise am Allerheiligentag gegessen.] The striezel is usually eaten on
All Saints’ Day. [Kostüme], [die Kostüme] is costume.
[Die Kostüme] is actually plural, so the singular form is [das Kostüm]
[Dieses Jahr möchte ich ein Meerjungfraukostüm tragen.] This year, I want to have a mermaid
costume. [stiller Feiertag] Quiet holiday.
[In einigen Bundesländern ist der Allerheiligentag ein stiller Feiertag.] In few states, All
Saints’ Day is a quiet holiday. [Süßes oder Saures] Trick or treat
[Wenn Kinder an Halloween von Tür zu Tür gehen, sagen sie in Deutschland “Süßes oder
Saures”.] Yeah, when kids go from door to door on Halloween, they actually say trick
or treat, but in German [Süßes oder Saures] translated, means “sweet or bitter”. So
the kids yell like sweet and bitter and you know, you can choose obviously what to give
them. So that’s what kids say. [Süßes oder Saures!] Thank you for watching the weekly words holiday
version Halloween and All Saints’ day. Leave me in the comments what was your greatest
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