Choose the answer you think is correct.
The day after Christmas Day is known as
St Paul's Day.
Traditional Christmas dinner in the UK and many other countries includes
roast duck and noodles.
roast beef and carrots.
roast turkey and brussels sprouts.
fish, chips and peas.
Traditional or religious songs sung at Christmas are called
Mistletoe is a plant used to decorate homes at Christmas. If a man and a woman stand beneath it,
they must marry.
they must kiss.
the man must give the woman money.
the woman must ask the man to dance.
In many countries Christmas day is on 25th December. It Russia it is on
24 December- because the people are very religious.
7 January - because the Russian church uses the Julian calendar.
31 March - so that it coincides with the end of the financial year.
15 October - because the communists changed it in 1917.
Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way / Oh what fun it is to ride in a one-horse open
Father Christmas (Santa Claus) lives in
The Czech Republic.
The North Pole.
He rides in a sleigh pulled by
Another name for the religious festival of Christmas is
the Mass (celebrating the Last Supper).
the Nativity (from a Latin root meaning 'birth').
the Epiphany (celebrating the three wise men).
the Resurrection (celebrating Christ's return to life).
On Christmas Eve, children put ____________ at the end of their beds for presents.
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