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24/09/2011 to 25/09/2011
A large variety of airplanes, both military and civilian, will be on display at the Airport and performing in the skies on Saturday 24th & Sunday 25th September in this year’s edition of the Malta International Air Show. Detailed programme and further information is available on the organisers’ website: www.maltairshow.com
24/09/2011 to 25/09/2011
Undoubtedly one of the most sought after events by locals and tourists alike, Żejt iz-Żejtun welcomes the olive-picking season with a festival that features olive-pressing demonstrations, pageantry, crafts exhibitions and other family oriented activities, all set in one of the oldest villages in the South of Malta. Olives and their different by-products are also on sale. The place name Żejtun itself in its original Semitic connotation signifies the fruit of the olive trees.
21/09/2011 – Public Holiday – the school will be closed on this day.
Malta gained its political Independence from Britain on the 21st of September 1964. On the night of the 20-21st September, the Maltese flag was raised at Independence Arena, Floriana, amidst the cheers of the large crowd present. Malta had become an independent nation. Various activities are held every year to mark this important date in Maltese history.
08/09/2011 – Public Holiday – the school will be closed on this day.
One of Malta’s National Days falls on the 8th of September. This date commemorates the end of the Great Siege of 1565, the end of the French occupation of Malta in 1800 and co-incidentally enough the armistice of the Fascist regime in Italy in 1943. In the latter, the connection with Malta was two-fold: the bombardments by the ‘Aeronautica’ were over and the Italian Navy was brought to Malta to remain moored at St. Paul’s Bay until the end of the war. The morning is taken up by various State ceremonies amongst which a parade by the Armed Forces of Malta. During the afternoon, an avidly contested traditional rowing boat regatta is held in the Grand Harbour. In the evening, there are at least four towns in Malta and Gozo, which celebrate the feast of Our Lady as a Child (Maria Bambina/Our Lady of Victory). Indeed the feast which is centuries old changed its name to Il-Madonna tal-Vitorja, following the end of the Great Siege of 1565.
How’s it going? I know you’re feeling a bit down at the moment. You’re having problems with your writing classes. But I’m going to give you some good advice. Here goes.
First, I think you should check your grammar, punctuation spelling, capital letters and the structure of your writing when you write a formal or informal letters. So, you need to be sure about who is reading your letter, friends or a person who you don’t know. On the other hand, you should learn about link and use same them in the right place. Also you should avoid the repeating words in the same paragraph.
Secondly, I think you should keep a diary. If you write something regularly, it can help you improve your writing skills. After you keep a diary, you can it to your teachers who can correct your mistakes. So the next time, you won’t make the same mistakes. However, you should brainstorm a few ideas and write them on a piece of paper. After you make a plan, you can choose the best view.
So, I hope this advice is helpful to you. Please, don’t worry, I’m sure things will get better soon, let me know what happens. Take care.