Glossar

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Werbung

I saw an advertisement for an eight-day trip to the Arctic.

Publikum

She sang Dancing Queen to a worldwide TV audience of four billion people.

Bar

We ordered our drinks from the bar.

Langlauf

A popular activity in Jukkasjärvi is cross-country skiing.

beschämt

She was really embarrassed when she fell off her sledge.

anstrengend

She found the whole trip absolutely exhausting.

aufleuchten

The Northern Lights flash across the night sky.

eiskalt

It's freezing in winter.

Herde

There was a herd of reindeer in the field.

Husky

I saw an advertisement for a trip to the Arctic running a team of husky dogs.

erhöht

The size of the puddle increased quickly.

Bewohner

The Sami people are the original inhabitants of Lapland.

Transportmittel

A snowmobile is an important means of transport for the Sami people.

wiederaufbauen

They have to rebuild the Ice Hotel in Sweden every year because it melts in the summer.

Rentier

They travelled on sleds pulled by huskies or reindeer.

Nachbildung

The Ice Globe theatre is a replica of the Globe Theatre in London.

Haut

You sit on ice seats covered with reindeer skins.

Schlitten

In Lapland, people travel on sleds pulled by husky dogs.

Schnee

They travelled across the snow on sleds.

Schneemobil

The Sami people use snowmobiles to travel across the tundra.

strecken

Lapland is a region north of the Arctic Circle, stretching across four countries.

Tourismus

The increased tourism in Lapland is helping to keep the Sami culture alive.

Tourismuscenter

Jukkasjärvi has become a tourist centre - there is lots to do there!

traditionell

Traditionally, the Sami lived by herding reindeer.

Tundra

There are no trees in the tundra because it's too cold.

Version

There's a 70-minute version of Shakespeare's Hamlet.

Hochzeit

The ice church is very popular for weddings.

besorgt

I was worried about the flight because I don't like flying.