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How do people celebrate Ramadan in your country?

on October 19, 2012
English: Dusk at the Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin...

English: Dusk at the Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin Mosque in Brunei on the eve of Ramadan. Minutes before, a muslim prayer rang from the church speakers. Français : La mosquée Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddin à Brunei, au crépuscule, juste après l’appel à la prière, la veille du Ramadan. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)








1) How do people celebrate Ramadan in your country?
2) How do you feel the week and the day before Ramadan starts?
3) What do you like most about Ramadan?
4) Are you sad when Ramadan is over?
5) What’s your best Ramadan memory?
6) Do you think each Ramadan changes you as a person?
7) What would you like non-Muslims to understand about Ramadan?
8) Do you think Ramadan is hard on your body?
9) What’s your favorite Ramadan food?
10) Who do you think enjoys Ramadan more, children or adults?







1) What springs to mind when you hear the word ‘Ramadan’?
2) Do you say special prayers during Ramadan?
3) Are there medical benefits to Ramadan?
4) Do people in different countries celebrate Ramadan differently?
5) Do you think all countries with Muslim population should have special national holidays to celebrate Ramadan?
6) How would you explain what Ramadan is to someone who didn’t know?
7) Do you ever feel Ramadan interrupts your daily schedule?
8) Do you think the way people celebrate Ramadan today is different to how they celebrated it in the past?
9) Would you like to go to another country to celebrate Ramadan?
10) Would you prefer Ramadan to be at the same time every year or do you like the Ramadan period moving forward each year?



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