#EngTrivia: Random Facts About Ramadan

Good evening, fellas! How are you today? Got any good news to share?

What is #Brexit, you say? It’s an abbreviation of British exit. It refers to the possibility that Britain will withdraw from the EU. #OOT

I believe it’s no longer a possibility. But I don’t follow the news that much. Care to lend me a hand?

Thanks, mate! “@sasi_08 UK has already left the EU !! And the PM David Cameron is to step down by october after the UK voted to leave the EU.”

Anyway, in less than two weeks, Ramadan will come to an end. I really don’t know what to feel about that. ~(*o*)~

But I think it’s not too late to share some random facts about Ramadan from all over the world.

Today’s session is #EngTrivia Random Facts about Ramadan! Feel free to chime in at any time! :D

In Indonesia, the time from Fajr until Iftar is approximately 13 hours. While in the Scandinavia, it takes as long as 21 hours! #EngTrivia

While in Argentina and Chile, fasting only lasts for about 9 hours. #EngTrivia *brb packing*

In Saudi Arabia, iftar is completely free in Masjid al-Haram. The government and the donors have to provide at least USD 134.000 every day!

P.S.: It’s about 1.8 billion in Rupiah. #EngTrivia

Many countries have their own special menu for iftar, but dates are universally the fast-breaking food of choice. #EngTrivia

Because of the difference between Hijri year and the traditional solar year, Ramadan falls earlier each year. #EngTrivia

Most dieticians would agree that fasting is not an effective diet plan. The slow metabolism often gives way to binge eating at night. #EngTrivia

In certain countries, Muslims that are caught not fasting during Ramadan can be sentenced to time in prison! #EngTrivia

do you have more random facts about Ramadan to share, Fellas? We’ll retweet you if you do! #EngTrivia

Well, I guess that’s it for today, Fellas! don’t forget to visit our website http://englishtips4u.com ! See ya!

Compiled and written by @bintilvice for @EnglishTips4U on Friday, June 24, 2016.


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