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Christmas holidays Christmas holidays begin with Christmas Eve, December 24th. Then comes Christmas Day, December 25th , which is a statutory holiday. In Britain Boxing Day, December 26th, is also a public holiday. In fact, Christmas festivities go on until Twelfth Night, January 6th . Schoolchildren, students and many employees enjoy a welcome break in their routine.
Christmas in Great Britain Christmas is a joyful religious holiday when Christians celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. It is celebrated on the 25 of December. The Christmas story comes from the Bible.
Four weeks before Christmas people bring home a special wreath - Advent Wreath. They put it on the table and place four candles on it. Every Sunday they light only one candle. It is a old tradition. Children like to make Advent Calendars.
Christmas begins with Christmas cards. The families prepare Christmas cards to their relatives and friends. The first Christmas card was in 1843 Sir Henry Cole invented it. One side of the card was a short greeting and another- a nice picture. Soon these cards became very popular.
Children usually hang long socks or stocks (stockings) on their bed and hope that Father Christmas will put his presents in them. Christmas trees are set in the living-rooms and are decorated with toys by children.. ristmas mas
Every year there is a very big Christmas tree from Norway in London, in Trafalgar square. In the evening before Christmas people come to Trafalgar Square to look at the tree.
For dinner they have a turkey (goose) and potatoes. Years ago people in the UK sat down to Christmas dinner at the same time, so as to be ready for the Queen's Speech on TV at 3p.m
On Christmas Day at 3 o'clock p.m. English people watch the Queen on television as she delivers her traditional Christmas massage to the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth.
The shops are very busy on Christmas. People buy a lot of food and drink for Christmas parties.
Jingle bells Dashing through the snow In a one-horse open sleigh Over the fields we go Laughing all the way. Jingle bells, jingle bells! Jingle all the way Oh! What fun it is to ride In a one-horse open sleigh! Bells on bob-tail ring Making spirits bright, What fun it is to ride and sing A sleighing song tonight!
The authors of this presentation are teachers of School №4 Novy Oskol town Belgorod region Kolcheva E.V. Shchekina T.D. 2014
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