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Cherry Blossoms in Washington, DC

Newsletter cover showing a beautiful water view of pink Cherry Blossoms around the Jefferson Memorial and Tidal Basin in Washington, DC

Hello everyone! I'm reviving this newsletter from the archives and it's a good one. You can check out the forecast at this website (it updates as any weather changes happen).

It will help your read and listening (and pronunciation if you read it allowed) all while learning about one of my favorite events that's held each year in Washington, DC.

In the article you'll learn the history of Washington’s Cherry Trees and why they are a symbol of friendship and goodwill with Japan. You also learn what types of blossoms there are in Washington, DC and where you can find them if you ever want to see them yourself.

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