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Christmas Alphabet

Do you know your Christmas vocabulary? Don't worry! Here is our A-Z of Christmas words. A is for advent calendar; full of chocolate treats.

B is for brandy to set the Christmas pudding alight.

C is for Christmas tree; covered in lights and baubles.

D is for dressing up; wearing your best clothes.

E is for elves; Santa's little helpers.

F is for fairy; sitting on top of the tree.

G is for the gifts underneath the tree.

H is for hamper; a box full of special foods.

I is for the icicles hanging from the window.

J is for joy; Christmas is a time of love and fun.

K is for kindness; Christmas is a time of giving and helping each other.

L is for the lights; twinkling on the trees and in the streets.

M is for the mistletoe; people kiss beneath it.

N is for the naughty list; Santa won't give you a gift if you are on it!

O is for orange; to make a Christingle.

P is for pyjamas; lots of families get matching ones.

Q is for the Queen's speech; a traditional part of Christmas day.

R is for Rudolph; Santa's favourite reindeer.

S is for Santa; he brings all the presents.

T is for turkey; the main part of Christmas dinner.

U is for unwrapping as the paper is torn from the gifts.

V is for vacation as lots of people go away, especially to see family.

W is for winter; in the U.K. Christmas falls in the middle of winter.

X is for Xmas; a popular abbreviation for Christmas.

Y is for the yule log; burnt on Christmas Eve.

Z is for the lemon and orange zest, floating in the mulled wine.

We hope you have enjoyed this blog. As always, you will progress more by reading, listening and practising your English so make sure you check out IQ Global for free resources and our YouTube channel. See you next time!

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