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Christmas in America

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  • 1. Project: «Christmas in America»Student: Lisa Tatosyan, 9 “V” class Teacher: Busova O. A. Gymnasium № 17 Electrostal
  • 2. People from different countries celebrate Christmas invarious ways. People in the United States and Canadadecorate their homes with Christmas trees, wreaths andornaments. City streets are filled with colored lights; thesound of bells and Christmas carols can be heardeverywhere.
  • 3. Children write letters to Santa Claus and tell him whatpresents they would like to get. Many department stores hirepeople to wear a Santa Claus costume and listen to childrensrequests. People send Christmas cards to relatives andfriends. Many companies give presents to their employees.
  • 4. A Christmas tree is one of the main symbols of Christmas inmost homes. Relatives and friends may join in trimming thetree with lights, tinsel, and colourful ornaments. Presentsare placed under the tree. On Christmas Eve or Christmasmorning, families open their presents.
  • 5. Many children believe that Santa Claus arrives on ChristmasEve in a sleigh pulled by a reindeer and brings presents.Some children hang up stockings so Santa Claus can fillthem with candy, fruit and other small gifts.
  • 6. In many parts of the United States and Canadagroups of people walk from house to house andsing Christmas carols. Some people give singersmoney or small gifts or invite them for a warmdrink.
  • 7. Many people attend church services on Christmas Eve orChristmas morning. They listen to readings from Bible andsinging Christmas carols.
  • 8. A traditional Christmas dinner consists of stuffedturkey, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce and avariety of other dishes. Some families have hamor roast goose instead of turkey. Pumpkinpie, plum pudding, and fruitcake are favoritedesserts.
  • 9. THE END!

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