Slovak teens and their spare time

Slovak teens and their spare time

Hello again,

finally, I have learnt something about Slovak teens and their leisure time activities.

Ladies first! 🙂 Like any other girl teens, of course, they like to go out with friends. They also need sports, so some of them love volleybal or basketball, others enjoy swimming or running. Timea, the one sitting in the middle, absolutely adores longboarding.

When it is rainy weather they often watch some films. Mostly romantic comedies, thrillers or horrors. A lot of them enjoy watching some soap operas too. Many teenegers are fans of The Vampire diaries, Doctor Who or American horror story.

And of course, they like reading  magazines about celebrities. Timea thinks books are better. The best types of books for them are certainly The hunger Games, The Fault in Our Star, Looking for Alaska, The Game of Thrones or classic Harry Potter books.

Well, and what would kind of life would it be without music! But since everyone is different, everyone prefers a different style. Many of them listen to POP music, Rap, Hip Hop. Others listen to Rock and music like that. Timea thinks  each of these music styles offers something nice. And she absolutely loves music which tells a story in its lyrics. So she adores authors like Lana del Rey or Ed Sheeran. Thank you, girls 🙂

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And what about Slovak boys?

Slovak boy teens spend most of their their free time on sports, music, computers and other hobbies with friends.

Slovak boys prefer football and ice hockey. They enjoy watching sports events such as the Olympics, the World or European Championships. Furthermore they are keen on watching the NHL or the Spanish football league.

Slovak boys spend their spare time on the Internet, especially on Facebook or YouTube. Almost every boy likes to play some video games. And they often watch movies like Harry Potter or Fast and the Furious.

Slovak boys enjoy listening to music, too. Eminem, Rihanna and EdSheeran belong to their favourite foreign music artists.

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Yes, Slovak girls and boys are like any other teenagers in the world:-)

With love

Tedd

Autumn Traditional Folk Markets in Zvolen

Autumn Traditional Folk Markets in Zvolen

 

Hi friends,

every year at the beginning of September, when the school starts they have a special local festival in Zvolen. The name of this event is Autumn Traditional Folk Markets. People celebrate coming of autumn by that. Markets are usually at the main square.                           BeFunky_P9193986.jpgBeFunky_P9193979.jpgBeFunky_P9193980.jpg

People sell traditional Slovak products such as handmade products of wood, string or wicker there.

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The folk markets are usually crowded by people who enjoy the special atmosphere. During the time of the folk markets, there are a lot of  Slovak drama groups and music bands performing on the stage. For example, Iné kafé, Desmod, or Horkýže slíže. In the picture, you can see my very famous Teddy´s band 🙂

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with love

Tedd

My typical school day, Year 6

My typical school day, Year 6

 Hello, Tedd is here! I´m going to show you what a boy and 2 girls aged 11 have written and drawn to me when I was curious about their typical school days:

Dear Tedd,

I wake up at six o´clock. Before I go to school my mum makes sure that I have a healthy breakfast and brush my teeth. Our schol starts at quarter to eight. The most time of the week we have six lessons a day. My favourite subjects are History, Maths, Geography and English, of course. When our school ends we have lunch in the school canteen. After school I have the guitar, art and tennis lessons. I usually do my homework before our family dinner. I don´t really have much time to hang out with friends over the week. That´s why we catch up at the weekends.  

All the best

Bruno

 

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Hi Tedd,

I get up at quarter to six. I don´t have a shower in the morning, but after breakfast I brush my teeth. I put on my clothes.

I walk to school at ten past seven with my friends. Lesson starts at quarter to eight. We finish school at quarter past one and then we have school lunch. I go home at quarter to two.

When I come home, I do my homework. On Tuesday and Friday I have piano lessons in the afternoon. And on Monday, Wednesday and Friday I go to the dance class.

In the evening I go outside with my friends or I read a book. I have dinner at eight o´clock. After dinner I have a shower and then I brush my teeth. I go to my bed at nine o´clock.

Hugs and kisses

Michaela

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Best wishes

Tedd

 

 

My first days in Zvolen, Slovakia

My first days in Zvolen, Slovakia

Hello from Zvolen!

I hope that you are doing well my friends. What about me? Don´t worry, I am fine 🙂

Kids in Zvolen normally don´t learn during their first September days at school. Instead of sitting at school, they do a lot of cool activities…

For example, I have learnt how to do basic first aid. Just in case…And I really enjoyed playing with the kids in our natural gym 🙂

Tedd

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