关于”中国节日介绍的绍“的英语作文范文2篇，作文题目：Introduction of Chinese festivals。以下是关于中国节日介绍的绍的四级英语范文，每篇作文均为满分范文带翻译。
高分英语作文1：Introduction of Chinese festivals
Today, more and more young people are fascinated by western festivals. When western festivals come, they usually go to restaurants or shopping centers for fun. Why do young people like western festivals? Because they worship all new things.
They can't resist the temptation in their ideas. Western festivals symbolize fashion. Chinese traditional festivals are out of date.
No wonder we always feel bored in traditional festivals. If we turn a blind eye to our traditional festivals, our culture and civilization will disappear As a Chinese, we should pay close attention to our Chinese festivals. We have an obligation to protect our culture and customs.
So I think we should celebrate our Chinese festivals by doing some traditional activities. We don't have to be too excited about western festivals. We can send our best wishes to our best friends during these festivals.
A letter to Lawrence, dear Lawrence, I've missed you so much since I last visited you in England. I am looking forward to you coming to China again. We will visit the Great Wall, Huangshan, Mount Tai, the Forbidden City and other festivals.
We will introduce to you that this festival is the only most popular public day in China. We can get lucky money from the old people. In addition to eating the Fangyuan Festival in the last few days, our parents will also give new year's money to the younger generation.
The Lantern Festival is over. I look forward to it Come with us for a happy festival. You will really learn Chinese festivals.
I believe you will like it. I hope you will come soon.
The most important festival in China is the Spring Festival, also known as the Chinese New Year for Chinese people. For people in western countries, Spring Festival is as important as Christmas. The date of celebration is determined by the lunar calendar rather than the Gregorian calendar.
Therefore, the festival time ranges from late January to early February. For ordinary Chinese, the festival actually starts on the eve of the Lunar New Year and ends on the fifth day of the first month of the lunar calendar. However, it is usually called the Lantern Festival, which means that the Spring Festival officially ends in many parts of the country.