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When do the Russians celebrate New Years Day? Question 1 Answer 1
New Years Day is celebrated in Russia twice (New Years Day – January,1; Old New Years Day – January,14). Answer 1 Toys
What tree is usually decorated on New Years Eve? a) a fir-tree, b) a birch-tree, c) an oak-tree Question 2 Answer 2
A fir-tree is usually decorated on New Years Eve? Answer 2 Toys
When was the fir-tree decorated for the first time? a) in the 16 th century, b) in the 17 th century, c) in the 18 th century. Question 3 Answer 3
The fir-tree was decorated for the first time in the 17 th century. Answer 3 Toys
Where was the first fir-tree decorated? a) in Russia, b) in England, c) in Germany. Question 4 Answer 4
The first fir-tree was decorated in Germany. Answer 4 Toys
What was the first fir-tree decorated with? Question 5 Answer 5
The first fir-tree was decorated with candles. Answer 5 Toys
Thanks to what tsar did the Russians begin to celebrate New Years Day? Question 6 Answer 6
The Russians began to celebrate New Years Day thanks to Peter the Great (Peter the First). Answer 6 Toys
How is the first guest in the new year called in England? Question 7 Answer 7
In England the first guest in the new year is called the First Foot. Answer 7 Toys
In what part of England is New Years Day celebrated? Question 8 Answer 8
In England New Years Day is celebrated in the north. Answer 8 Toys
What country presents England a big fir-tree every December? a) Norway, b) Sweden, c) Finland. Question 9 Answer 9
Norway presents England a big fir-tree every December. Answer 9 Toys
Where in London do the English put the Christmas Tree? Question 10 Answer 10
The English put the Christmas Tree on Trafalgar Square in London. Answer 10 Toys
When do the British and the Americans celebrate Christmas? Question 11 Answer 11
The British and the Americans celebrate Christmas on December,25. Answer 11 Toys
When do the Russians celebrate Christmas? Question 12 Answer 12
The Russians celebrate Christmas on January,7. Answer 12 Toys
What is the traditional Christmas dish in the UK and the USA? Question 13 Answer 13
Roast turkey is a traditional Christmas dish in the UK and the USA. Answer 13 Toys
What do the English say congratulating each other on the New Year? Question 14 Answer 14
The English usually say Happy New Year! congratulating each other. Answer 14 Toys
What do the English say congratulating each other on Christmas? Question 15 Answer 15
The English usually say Merry Christmas! Answer 15 Toys
Russian schoolchildren have winter holidays. How are the holidays called in the UK? Question 16 Answer 16
Winter holidays in the UK are called Christmas holidays. Answer 16 Toys
Where do the British and the Americans put Christmas presents? Question 17 Answer 17
The British and the Americans put Christmas presents into Christmas stockings. Answer 17 Toys
How are Christmas hymns (songs) called? Question 18 Answer 18
Christmas hymns (songs) are called carols. Answer 18 Toys
Who should be the First Foot to bring luck? Question 19 Answer 19
The First Foot should be a man with dark hair who, they think, can bring luck. Answer 19 Toys
What should the First Foot bring with him? Question 20 Answer 20
The First Foot should bring a piece of coal, a piece of bread and a coin with him. Answer 20 Toys
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