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List of times & events

Various times of the day and year. This category also includes significant one-off events as well as events that happen on a regular basis.

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Funeral

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A funeral is a ceremony that happens soon after someone dies. Funeral ceremonies vary between different countries and customs.

Halloween is a celebration that takes place on October 31st. On Halloween, children go trick-or-treating, collecting sweets and candy around their neighbourhood. Both adults and children like to dress up in costumes of witches and ghosts, and people also carve Jack-o-lanterns out of pumpkins for Halloween.

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Hour

An hour is a time period of sixty (60) minutes. There are twenty four (24) hours in a day.

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Journey

A journey is a trip from one place to another, usually taken over quite a long time. The word journey can also be used to describe progress from one state to another, for example a weight loss journey. The people in the picture are on a bike journey.
A similar word to journey is travel or trek.

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Lunch

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Lunch is a meal you eat in the middle of the day. Most people have sandwiches for lunch, but you can have almost anything. Some people have salad for lunch, other people will have a steak.

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Midday

Midday is another word for noon, the time of day when the sun is at its highest point in the sky.

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Midnight

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Midnight is the middle of the night, 12am, or twelve o'clock at night. The opposite of midnight is midday, or noon.

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Month

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A month is one of twelve parts of a year. Not all months have the same number of days. The months are: January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, and December.

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Morning

Morning is the time of day after the sun comes up but before midday or noon.

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Night

It is night time when it is dark outside. You usually go to sleep at night. A lot of animals sleep during the day and come out at night, like the owl.
The opposite of night is day.

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Appointment, Brunch, Celebration, Century, Ceremony, Decade, Divorce, Eve, Everyday, Fete, Future, Gig, Minute (time), Now, Once, Premiere, Quest, Rally, Sometimes, Soon, Today, Tomorrow, Tonight, Trip (voyage), Week, Yesterday.