Santa Claus On the 25th of December English children celebrate Christmas. Christmas is their favourite holiday. Santa Claus with white beard and red robe comes into the house at night and leaves presents for good children in their stockings.
Christmas cards. On Christmas all people get and send Christmas cards and presents.
Christmas tree Every family has Christmas tree. They put the tree in the room and decorate the house and the X- mas tree. Then they prepare Christmas Dinner.
Christmas dinner 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.
Christmas puddings For dinner they have a plump pudding, or Christmas cake. It is the traditional cake. The cooks put coins in to Christmas puddings as good luck.
Answer the questions 1.What is Christmas ? 2.Where do English people celebrate it? 3. When is Christmas celebrated? 4.What do people say each other? 5.How do English families prepare for Christmas? 6.What do English people have for Christmas dinner?
The first Christmas card - 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.
Who knows more about Christmas? 1.Its a holiday, which is celebrated on the 25-th of December. 2.It is an old man, who comes from the North Pole on his sledge and brings presents for good children. 3.It is decorated with lights and toys and balls and is in all houses and streets. 4.Santa Claus puts presents in it. 5.Christmas song. What is its name? 6.What are the Christmas sweets? 7.It is a traditional food, which people cook for Christmas party.