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We’ll try to answer the questions: What is Christmas? What do English children want for Christmas? What do English children want for Christmas dinner?
What is Christmas? Yes/No Sentences Christmas is a summer holiday. Christmas is the Santa’s birth. Christmas is the Jesus’ birth. In England it is celebrated in December. English children wait for St. Nicholas at Christmas night. English people decorate the Christmas tree for this holiday.
Symbols of Christmas Santa Christmas tree cracker stocking snowman star present reindeer candle Christmas card snowflake holly
Christmas tree snowman Santa stocking snowflake Christmas card present reindeer cracker candle holly star
Christmas Tree The Christmas Tree so fine and tall Stands in the centre of the hall. Its needles are green, its toys are bright. The Christmas is coming tonight.
I see a plane, a ship, a car, A flag, a bird, a tram, a star, A horse, a cat, a cock, a dog, A fox, a pig, a duck and frog. What do you see in the fir tree?
Santa Claus is big and fat, He wears black boots And a bright red hat. His nose is red Just like a rose. And he ho ho ho's From his head to his toes. Santa Claus
Dear Santa, My name is Ben. I am eight years old. I’m a good boy. I like Christmas and presents. Bring me a new ball, please. Merry Christmas! Love, Ben.
Dear Santa, My name is __________. I am ___________ years old. I’m a good boy/girl. I like ________________ and ______________. Bring me ____________, please. ____________ Christmas! Love, ___________.
We wish you a Merry Christmas! We wish you a Merry Christmas! (3t.) And Happy New Year! Good tidings we bring To you and your kin. Good tidings for Christmas And Happy New Year!