Spécial 7. Christmas (Enseignant) - Audio

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Christmas Day is on the 25th of December. It was originally a pagan festival. Pagan people celebrated winter for 12 days. This has stayed with us in the tradition of the tree, mistletoe, holly and presents. In the Middle Ages, these celebrations similarly lasted for 12 days, from 25 December to 6 January. In Great Britain, children , accompanied by an adult go singing from door to door to raise money with which they can buy presents. This is called carol singing. The decoration of the tree is a German tradition. Big decorated trees are placed every year in Trafalgar Square in London and in the Rockefeller Centre in New York. The tradition of the manger was born in the 13th century. The first Christmas card was seen in London in 1843. The first image of father Christmas dates from 1863. On Christmas Day British people eat a Christmas pudding which is a hot cake made of fruit and nuts. This is set alight before eating. They also pull Christmas crackers. Christmas crackers have small presents inside. Two people pull them, one on each side. When they open, they go bang and one person gets the present. How to make a Christmas cracker To make a Christmas cracker take a kitchen roll and put a sweet inside. Then roll Christmas paper around the roll and put ribbons on each end. Now you have a Christmas cracker! Then, on Christmas day, pull the cracker with your family. The person who pulls the hardest gets the present. Image provenant du site Clic images Vous trouverez en annexe de cet e?pisode Spe?cial 7 les flashcards suivantes: a present; crackers; Christmas cards; a Christmas pudding; Father Christmas (GB) / Santa Claus (US); a Chrismas Tree; Christmas decorations; Rudolf the red-nosed reindeer (voir l’e?pisode 31).

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