Hi everyone, this is Rosa. Today we are doing Spanish weekly words holidayâ€™s edition. So letâ€™s see what the holiday for today is. It is San FermĂn. San FermĂn is held in Pamplona. Itâ€™s a city in the north of Spain. So letâ€™s see the first word. The first word is San Fermin which is San Fermin, the holiday. Patron saint of Pamplona. [En Sanfermines todos visten de rojo y blanco] â€śIn San FermĂn, everyone wears red and whiteâ€ť. The next word is [corrida de toros] which is â€śbullfightâ€ť. Itâ€™s like one of the main attractions of this holiday. [Las corridas de toros se prohibieron en CataluĂ±a] â€śBull fights are prohibited now in Cataloniaâ€ť. The next word is [encierro] which is running of the bulls. People from all over the world come to Pamplona on this day to run before the bulls. Yeah they are on the television like every year. Yeah itâ€™s kind of dangerous. You have to be very careful. [Este aĂ±o no hubo ningĂşn accidente durante el encierro.] â€śThis year, there was no accident during the running of the bullsâ€ť, I hope! The next word is [paĂ±uelo rojo] - â€śred handkerchiefâ€ť. [Todo el mundo lleva un paĂ±uelo rojo en Sanfermines.] â€śEveryone wears a red handkerchief during San Ferminâ€ť. The next word is [chupinazo] which means â€śFirecracker shotâ€ť. The [chupinazo] takes place in the city hall of Pamplona and it marks the beginning of the celebrations. [El chupinazo sale en todas las cadenas de televisiĂłn] - â€śThe [chupinazo] is in all TV channelsâ€ť. So this is the end of todayâ€™s Spanish weekly words holidayâ€™s edition. I hope you learned something useful for you about Sanfermines. Please donâ€™t forget to check the site. Bye.