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100

Which country started the Christmas tree tradition?

A.  England
B.  Sweden
C.  Germany

C. Germany

200

What do people do under the mistletoe at Christmas? 

A.  Kiss
B.  Hug
C.  Shake hands

 A.  Kiss

300

What is another name for Father Christmas?

Santa Claus

400

How does Father Christmas enter the houses of English children?
A. Down the chimney
B. Through the bedroom window
C. Through the back door

He comes down the chimney.

500

What is the day after Christmas Day known as in the UK?

A.  Christmas Eve
B.  Boxing Day
C.  Advent Day

B. Boxing Day

100

What do Christians celebrate at Christmas? 

A. The festival of winter
B. The birth of Jesus
C. The end of the year

B. The birth of Jesus

200

Which Saint is Father Christmas based on?

A.  Saint Stephen
B.  Saint Joseph
C.  Saint Nicholas

C.  Saint Nicholas

300

What job did Jesus' earthly father Joseph do? 

A.  Farmer  
B.  Carpenter
C.  Shoemaker

B.  Carpenter

400

What do many Christians do at midnight on Christmas Eve?

A.  They give each other presents.
B.  They eat Christmas dinner.
C.  They go to church.

C. They go to church.

500

In which town was Jesus born?

A.  Jerusalem
B.  Nazareth
C.  Bethlehem

C.  Bethlehem

100

The most successful Christmas song ever is "         Christmas" by Bing Crosby.

A.  Merry
B.  White
C.  Wonderful

200

The Christmas song most played on UK radio is "All I Want For Christmas Is         " by Mariah Carey.

A.  Love
B.  Peace
C.  You

300

"         Night" is a well known Christmas song.

A.  Silent
B.  Snowy
C.  Winter

400

Complete this well known Christmas song title: "Rudolph the Red-nosed         "

A.  Reindeer
B.  Elf
C.  Donkey

A.  Reindeer 

500

What is the name given to traditional Christmas songs?

A.  Carols
B.  Hymns
C.  Jingles

A. Carols

100

What is the most popular meat eaten for Christmas dinner in Britain?

A. Goose
B. Duck
C. Turkey

C. Turkey

200

When do British families usually have their Christmas dinner?

A. On Christmas Eve
B. At lunchtime on Christmas Day
C. In the evening on Christmas Day

B. At lunchtime on Christmas Day

300

What was traditionally hidden inside the Christmas pudding?

A.  A sweet
B.  A tooth
C.  A coin

C. A silver coin

400

Nowadays, mince pies contain:

A. Meat
B. Fruit
C. Potato

B. Fruit

500

Mulled wine is:

A. Wine mixed with fruit and spices and served hot
B. Wine mixed with chopped fruit and brandy
C. Red wine mixed with white wine and served chilled

A. Wine mixed with fruit and spices and served hot

100

Another word for 'present' is _____.

Gift

200

If you remove the paper from Christmas presents you          them.

A. unpack
B. unwrap
C. undo

B. Unwrap

300

Jesus was born in a stable because there was no room at the         .

A. hotel
B. inn
C. hostel

B. inn

400

What would you do with a Christmas cracker?

A. Eat it
B. Pull it
C  Light it

B. Pull it

500

These girls' names all have a link with Christmas, but which is the odd one out?

A. Holly
B. Ivy
C. Carol

C. Carol

100

"A Christmas Carol" is a book written by which famous English novelist?

A. Charles Dickens
B. J.K. Rowling
C. Jane Austen

A. Charles Dickens

200

Which London street is famous for its Christmas lights?

A. Downing Street
B. Oxford Street
C. Baker Street

B. Oxford Street

300

When was the first Christmas card sent?

A. 1843
B. 1885
C. 1903

A. 1843

400

What do many Americans say instead of "Merry Christmas"?

A. Season's Wishes
B. Christmas Greetings
C. Happy Holidays

C. Happy Holidays

500

Which country is the biggest exporter of real Christmas trees in Europe?

A. Denmark
B. Finland
C. Norway

A. Denmark

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