Tételfutár: Christmas

november 18, 2019 a English, tanulás

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CHRISTMAS IN HUNGARY

Christmas is the most popular holiday in Hungary.

Families put up a Christmas tree and decorate it.

They have a big dinner.

They eat fish soup and cookies.

The little Jesus puts gifts under the Christmas tree: toys and books.

CHRISTMAS IN GREAT BRITAIN

In Britain people also decorate Christmas trees, just like in Hungary.

Children sing carols for sweeties in the streets.

Santa Claus puts the presents for the kids in their stockings.

In England the traditional Christmas dinner is roast turkey.

CHRISTMAS IN THE U.S.A.

Americans decorate Christmas tree with strings of popcorn.

They also like decorating their houses with electric lights.

Santa Claus puts the presents for the kids in their stockings.

The traditional Christmas dinner is roast turkey just like in England.

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CHRISTMAS IN HUNGARY
Christmas is a very happy and important family holiday in Hungary.

In Hungary the hole family spend together Christmas Eve. They put up a Christmas tree in their living room and decorate it with gingerbread hearts, gold balls, ornaments (stars, snowman, bells, apples, gold walnuts), and colored lights.

Families have a big dinner. The traditional Christmas dinner in our country is fish soup, breaded fish or chicken, rice, roasted potatoes or chips, and cookies and cakes filled with poppies.

The Hungarian gift giver is the little Jesus Christ. He brings gifts and put them under the decorated Christmas tree. Children open their gifts and the family play together with the new toys. Many people go to the Midnight Mess.

CHRISTMAS IN GREAT BRITAIN

This is the most popular holiday in Britain.

People also love to decorate Christmas trees, like in Hungary. They decorate it with balls, ornaments (stars, snowman, bells, apples, gold walnuts), and colored lights. One british custom is the pantomimes. That doesn’t exist in Hungary. Children put on masks and act out Christmas play or sing carols for sweeties in the street.

The English gift giver is called Father Christmas or Santa Claus. He wears a long red coat, he has got a beard, he is old and kind. Children leave an empty stocking hanging at the end of the bed and Santa Claus brings presents with his elves in stockings on Christmas Eve. In the morning children find their stockings full of presents. They don’t open them immediately, but only the next afternoon.

In England the day after Christmas is called Boxing Day. The traditional Christmas dinner is roast turkey or goose with stuffiing, vegetables and sauces or mince pies. For dessert English eat Christmas pudding with brandy sauce or cakes with a mixture of chopped dried fruit.

CHRISTMAS IN THE U.S.A.

In the U.S.A. Christmas is very similar to Christmas in Britain because many customs were originated in Britain.

The majority of Americans celebrate Christmas with the exchange of gifts and family visits. For many of them, the day begins on Christmas Eve with the Midnight Mass. At Christmas it snows in many states, so they eat dinner at home. Dinner usually is roast turkey, goose, duck or ham served with cranberry (vörösáfonya) sauce, then plum pudding or pumpkin pie followed by nuts and fruit.

American homes are decorated with mistletoe (fagyöngy) and evergreen branches. At home Americans have a Christmas tree decorated with strings of popcorn and candy canes. They also like decoratong their houses with electric lights.

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