Сообщение от EvaGreen - English

  • Christmas

  • Christmas Day in Great Britain Christmas Day is a family holiday in Great Britain.
  • Traditionally, everyone will give each other presents, decorate houses, put up Christmas Trees, and children write letters to Santa Claus.
  • Christmas is celebrated on December 25, but everyone gets ready for it long before that.
  • The pre-Christmas period is called Advent, which starts 4 weeks before the holiday.
  • The symbol of Advent is a wreath with 4 candles, each of which is lit one at a time every Sunday.
  • So they are kept alight until Christmas Eve.
  • The holiday is impossible without gifts.
  • For that reason, there are sales on the Eve of Christmas Day in all cities of England.
  • Shop windows are decorated with figures of angels, Santa Claus, snowmen.
  • Streets are overcrowded; there are fairs and feast for children on the squares.
  • On Trafalgar Square, in the center of London a huge Christmas tree, which is a gift from the Government of Norway, is put up every year.
  • As previously mentioned, Christmas is the family holiday and it is celebrated within loved ones.
  • There's a popular belief amongst the English: like table setting, like the next year.
  • That’s why Christmas dinner is a variety of dishes, among which there is plum pudding.
  • Traditionally it composed of thirteen ingredients, symbolizing Jesus and the Twelve Apostles in Catholic teaching.
  • The second Christmas day is called “Boxing day”.
  • The reason is that Santa puts the presents under the Christmas tree during the night of 25 to 26 December and the next day, all unpack present boxes.
  • One more symbol of the holiday is stockings hanging up on the mantel.
  • A legend is connected to this tradition.
  • Once, Santa delivered gifts, and when getting through a fireplace, he dropped accidentally some gold coins into stockings drying there.
  • On Christmas Eve, children, before going to bed, leave biscuits or pieces of pie and some milk for Santa and a carrot for his deer Rudolf near the mantel to get good presents.
  • Christmas Day is a time for miracles and realization of wishes.
  • On this day everyone gives not only gifts but also postcards.
  • To give cards is an English tradition that showed up in the 19th century when the first Christmas card was printed.
  • And of course, everyone wishes each other “Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!”.

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