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What birth do British celebrate on 25 th December? A. St. Nicholas B. Jesus Christ C. The Earth 1
Who is the mother of Jesus? A. Katherine B. Helen C. Maria 2
What season was Jesus actually born in? A. Summer B. Spring C. Winter 3
What city was Jesus born in? A. Jerusalem B. Bethlehem C. London 4
In legend, what did St. Nicholas drop down the chimney? A. Some money B. Presents for kids C. Some coal 5
What is the night before Christmas? A. Christmas Day B. Christmas Eve C. Christmas Night 6
What is the name of the Christmas snowman? A. Dearest B. Snowy C. Frosty 7
Where can we exchange kisses at Christmas time? A. Behind the Christmas Tree B. Below mistletoe C. Anywhere 8
What things are generally put in Christmas stockings? A. Chocolate B. Cookies for Santa C. Candies and smaller gifts 9
Who should open the presents the first? A. The eldest kid B. The youngest kid C. The oldest man in the family 10
On Christmas day how do you greet others? 11
Where is Santa Claus’s workshop located? A. East B. The North Pole C. New York 12
How can we write Christmas shorter? A. Xmas B. Chmas C. CM 13
When was the First Christmas card created? A. In 1765 B. In 1843 C. In 1912 14
What do Dutch children often use instead of Christmas stockings? A. Toys B. A box C. A shoe 15
What holiday was Jingle Bells originally made ? A. Thanksgiving Day B. Easter C. Independence Day 16
Where does the Christmas song “Silent Night” come from? A. France B. Austria C. Germany 17
Match the names of Santa and the country: 1. Père Noël A. Spain 2. Weihnachtsmann B. Russia 3. Babbo Natale C. France 4. Ded Moroz D. Italy 5. Papa Noel E. Germany 18
Who was the first English monarch who had a Christmas tree? A. Queen Victoria B. Queen Elizabeth C. King George II 19
When can we find the first words about St.Nicolas? A. 12 th century B. 4 th century C. 8 th century 20
Not all children get their presents from Santa. Who doesn’t give presents? A. Angel B. Old woman C. Reindeer 21
What is the name of 26 th December, the day after Christmas? A. Enjoy Day B. Boxing Day C. St. Nicolas feast 22
What place IS NOT a real US city or town? A. Santa Claus, Georgia B. St.Nicholas, Florida C. Snowflake, Texas 23
How does Santa Claus from Holland deliver presents? A. In a sleigh B. On horseback C. He walks from door to door 24
How many reindeer does Santa have? A. 7 B. 8 C. 10 25
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