Read the text «Memories of May Day».
I’ll never forget the May Day Festival we had every year when I was a little girl. On \(1\)st May, everyone in our village used to celebrate the start of Spring with dancing, food and fun!
One of the things I liked best was the maypole dance. The children from my school made a circle around the maypole, and we covered the pole with pretty ribbons as we danced around it.
After the dancing we always had delicious food. There was a huge buffet in the village hall, with mountains of sandwiches, cakes and biscuits. At the end of the day, there was never any food or drink left, because we were so hungry after all the dancing and party games.
Today, not many English villages celebrate May day in the traditional way we used to. I always had a great time though, and I feel happy when I remember that.
Write true or false:
1. The writer says that the children from her school made a circle around the maypole —
2. There was a huge buffet in the village hall, with mountains of sandwiches, cakes and biscuits —
3. Today, all English villages celebrate May day in the traditional way we used to —
Virginia Evans, Neil O'Sullivan. Click on 2. — Newbury: Express Publishing, p. 167.