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Christmas vocabulary

christmas vocabulary

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A oto nasze propozycje Christmas vocabulary 😊

  • Tinsel – Tinsel: Shiny, thin strips of metallic material used as a decoration, especially on Christmas trees.
  • Sleigh – A festive vehicle for Santa, often pulled by reindeer.
  • Mistletoe – A plant hung during Christmas, symbolizing love and kisses
  • Bauble – Shiny, decorative ball often hung on Christmas trees.
  • Wreath – Circular decoration made of flowers, leaves, or twigs
  • Gift Wrap: Decorative paper used to cover and embellish presents.
  • Boxing Day – The day after Christmas, marked by sales, sports events, and charitable activities.
  • Fairy Lights – Delicate, twinkling strings of lights used for decorating homes and trees.
  • Winter Wonderland – A term used to describe the picturesque, snow-covered landscapes of the British countryside.
  • Christmas Crackers – Decorative paper tubes that pop when pulled, containing small gifts, jokes, and paper crowns.
  • Stocking Stuffers – Small gifts placed in Christmas stockings, usually opened on Christmas morning.
  • Carol singer– a person who sings Christmas carols, which are traditional festive songs associated with the Christmas season
  • Mince Pies – Sweet, small pies filled with a mixture of dried fruits and spices, a British Christmas treat.
  • Cherished time– often used to refer to a time period that holds special meaning or importance
  • Father Christmas– the name given to an imaginary old man with a long white beard and a red coat.

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