Independence day or día de la Independencia is a Mexican day for celebrating the ‘cry for independence’ on 16 September every year. Mexicans celebrate this day with fireworks, food, dance, and music; flowers, flags and other decorative things are also seen on the streets of Mexico on this day. Comparing Script for Independence Day of Mexico the article below will help you celebrate independence day at school or colleges.
Comparing script for independence day of Mexico
Anchor 1: Hello, hola, Buenos días and good morning ladies, gentlemen, and the little angles. It is me (name) and…
Anchor 2: (name); your host for today, responsible for the day to last as long as possible…
Anchor 1: Wait! That means responsible for the day to last as long as possible as one of your good and unforgettable memories, definitely.
Anchor 2: Yes, and for that purpose, let’s keep our figures crossed.
Anchor 1: As every Mexican knows very well that the month of September is the month of liberty and a month to remember and salute the greatest man of the Mexican history and his efforts.
Anchor 2: Absolutely! He undoubtedly deserves a stand. So, please everyone.
Anchor 1: We owe you all one!
Each day holds a surprise. But only if we expect it can we hear, see, or feel it when it comes to us. Let’s not be afraid to receive each day’s surprise whether it comes to us as sorrow or as joy, it will open a new place in our hearts, a place where we can welcome new friends and celebrates more fully. Anchor 2: With that being said, we both on the behalf of our respected principal (name) and hardworking teachers warmly welcome you all; honorable guests, respected parents and our dear students, thanks for joining us today.
Anchor 1: To survive in peace and harmony, united and strong, we must have one people, one nation, and one flag. Hence, to honor that flag and national anthem, we request you all to join us.
Anchor 2: Thank you, everyone!
Anchor 1: We dance for laughter
Anchor 2: We dance for tears
Anchor 1: We dance for madness
Anchor 2: We dance for fear
Anchor 1: We dance for hopes
Anchor 2: We dance for screams
Anchor 1: We are the dancers
Anchor 2: We create dreams
Anchor 1: At the start of our traditional function, we would like to call our welcome tableau performers. So, put your hands together for… (name of the performer and group)
(after the performance)
Anchor 2: Thank you guys, it was an incredible performance.
Anchor 1: Mr. (name of the guest), we; from the core welcome you to our function. Sr. you hardly need any introduction because every person of this town knows who you are. But as this job is given to me to tell everybody somewhat about you, I feel honored. So, you are… (introduction with little information)
Anchor 1: When I discover who I am, I will be free. (Ralph Ellison)
And in order to discover yourself fully, you first need to identify the place you live. for the purpose to tell us about the history of our beloved homeland, we would like to call upon (name of the speaker)
(after the speech)
Anchor 1: We definitely are very lucky because we are blessed with approximately every blessing.
Anchor 2: For sure! Drama does not walk to your life. Either you invite it, create it or associate with it. In order to have some entertainment, let’s call upon (performer and group)
(after the performance)
Anchor 1: We owe you all one guys. Great illustration and fabulous work!
Anchor 2: It is time to wrap up but before that we would like to call our esteemed principle and sculptor of human character. Thus a big round of applause for him.
Anchor 1: At the end of the day, life is about being happy, being who you are, and feeling like you are so blessed to have the support system and the best family to really just support each other no matter what we are going through.
Both anchors: Thanks for joining us today, have a wonderful day ahead and happy and successful life, and at the end of the day, we wish you all once again the very happy independence day.