Monday: Spaghetti Bolognese Tuesday: Fish sticks with boiled potatoes Wednesday: Sausage with mashed potatoes Thursday: Chickensoup with noudles Friday: Meat served with boiled potatoes and mushroom sauce

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Swedish traditions Easter between mars April We have this tradition because Jesus woke up from death. We eat traditional Easter food like meatballs, sausage, herring and a lot of candy from the “Easterbunny” and we drink “påskmust” it like a Swedis…

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Lucia day is a holiday we celebrate the 13th of December to the memory of the saint Lucia. She was a saint from Italy. The tradition in Sweden was inspired by a similar german tradition as a way to fight the darkness in December. Lucia day consists…

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First day of school: We meet our classmates and teachers at the schoolyard where our principal welcome us with a song. Fall break v.44 Lucia In the middle of December grade 8-9 are having a "luciatåg" together for parents, teachers and all the othe…

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Trends We have been working with some popular trends in sweden. So these are the most popular trends in sweden right now.  Many of them been popular but aren't very popular now. For example the Fidget spinner and Slime. 

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Here is the menu: Monday- Hot dogs with homemade mashed potatoes Tuesday- Fish pudding with boiled potatoes and butter Wednesday- Fried chicken with red curry and rice. Thursday- Texmex tempetation with meat and shredded potatoes Ops we forgot! But…

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The Spanish guests arrived at school by bus, at 13:30. They took out their bags and proceeded to walk to the school restaurant. In the restaurant the hosts sat down with their newly arrived guest and talked a bit with each other. Later, The head te…

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On Monday we went through the week to come and the day’s schedule before lunch. After lunch the guests visited our classrooms and got to see what a regular Swedish lesson looked like. Then the Erasmus students wrote down what was different from a F…

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We took the bus to Fjäråsbräcka with both the natural science and the social science group. We split up into the two teams after a short introduction of the history. The social science group did a further in depth tour of the history, the graveston…

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