So, you think you know Christmas, eh?
This worldwide known celebration has many familiar traditions, from dear old Santa and his reindeer, to snow angels and tree decorations. But there is so much more in the unexplored Christmas world than meets the eye!
Thanks to this guide, you will learn new Christmas vocabulary to impress your friends and family.
A huge ball of snow built up by rolling a small ball of snow around a snowfield.
A 16th century word for fantastic food, or a grand feast.
The hole you have to move your belt buckle along to after you’ve eaten an enormous Christmas dinner.
Made to feel sick through overeating.
The ability to keep your balance while walking on ice.
The act of offering or receiving a gift.
Someone who still has things left to prepare and finish on Christmas Eve.
A drink made to toast a house on Christmas Day.
A cosy chair beside a fireplace.
To wrap up cosily in bed.
These expressions may sound new to English learners but they are the perfect ice-breaker during the Holidays!