Christmas symbols wreath reindeer bell stocking fireplace Father Christmas candle gift
Christmas is a religious holiday .It’s celebrated on the 25-th of December. On this day British people celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ . This holiday means the beginning of the new year and the new life.
Every Christmas British people are presented a big Christmas tree by Norway. They put it up in Trafalgar Square in London. Streets and houses are decorated with lights.
Christmas Day is the greatest holiday in England. It is interesting to visit the shops before this holiday. There are a lot of nice Christmas cards and presents there. One of Christmas traditions is singing carols
Sending Christmas cards is another tradition .People send Christmas cards to their relatives and friends and wish them a Merry Christmas Christmas is a family holiday and people try to celebrate it with their families.
People put up a Christmas tree near the fireplace and decorate it with toys, lights and sweets. British families always go to churches on Christmas Schoolchildren have two-week Christmas holidays Children write letters to Father Christmas and ask him for presents.
English families gather to have Christmas dinner. They eat traditional Christmas food :a roast turkey and a pudding.
Father Christmas comes at night and puts presents in the colorful stockings and under the Christmas tree In the morning children find their presents there.
Write down a letter to Father Christmas and tell him how Christmas is celebrated in Russia Use the words as a plan