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Christmas Vocabulary in English

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Zior Bloodsucker

on 5 January 2014

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Transcript of Christmas Vocabulary in English

Christmas Vocabulary

English carols
Christmas games
The Chistmas Dinner is the main Christmas meal and is traditionally eaten at mid-night or early afternoon on Christmas Day in England, and also in the rest of Britain.
A traditional English and British Christmas dinner includes roast turkey r goose, brussels sprouts, roast potatoes, cranberry sauce, rich nutty stuffing, tiny sausages wrapped in bacon (pigs in a blanket) and lashings of hot gravy.

A Traditional English Christmas Dinner
A Traditional Christmas Dinner
For pudding (dessert), British people eat a rich, fruity pudding which is doused in flaming brandy- said to wrad off evil spirits. This rich, fruity pudding is called the Christmas Pudding.
The Christmas Pudding
The Christmas Pudding Dessert
Christmas home decoration
Christmas in England
-Snowflake: copo de nieve
-Snowman: muñeco de nieve
-Gingerbread: galleta de jengibre
-Christmas stocking: calcetín navideño
-Mistletoe: muérdago
-Christmas wreath: corona navideña
-Christmas pudding: pastel navideño
-Christmas lights: luces navideñas
-Carols: villancico
-Christmas Eve: Noche Buena
-Boxing Day: 26 dic. (día para disfrutar los regalos del 25)



Christmas recipes



Christmas Pudding Recipe
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