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Christmasology. Christmas around the world English Contest NVTC 2009 Christmasology. Christmas around the world English Contest NVTC 2009

1) “Robin” is … a) a traditional Christmas bird b) a Christmas letter to 1) “Robin” is … a) a traditional Christmas bird b) a Christmas letter to a friend c) Hood 10 points

1) “Robin” is … a) a Christmas song for children b) a Christmas card 1) “Robin” is … a) a Christmas song for children b) a Christmas card c) a bird with red breast 5 points

2) In the Philippines people decorate their homes with bright ‘parols’. What are they? 2) In the Philippines people decorate their homes with bright ‘parols’. What are they? a) special plants b) lanterns c) boxes of sweets 10 points

2) In the Philippines people decorate their homes with bright ‘parols’. What are they? 2) In the Philippines people decorate their homes with bright ‘parols’. What are they? a) star-shaped lights b) toys c) bamboo sticks

3) Where do children decorate Christmas trees with paper decorations? a) Japan b) Malaysia 3) Where do children decorate Christmas trees with paper decorations? a) Japan b) Malaysia c) Lithuania d) China

3) Where do children decorate Christmas trees with paper decorations? a) China b) Neverland 3) Where do children decorate Christmas trees with paper decorations? a) China b) Neverland c) Atlantida d) Brazil 5 points

4) There the Lapps who are traditionally dressed in festive clothes and elfin boots 4) There the Lapps who are traditionally dressed in festive clothes and elfin boots during Christmas teach visitors the local skill of reindeer-lassoing. In which country? a) Greenland b) Finland c) Russia d) Canada 5 points

5) The true story of Santa Claus begins with Nicholas who was born in 5) The true story of Santa Claus begins with Nicholas who was born in the third century in the village of Patara. Where is it? a) Israel b) Cuba c) Turkey d) Alaska 10 points

5) The true story of Santa Claus begins with Nicholas who was born in 5) The true story of Santa Claus begins with Nicholas who was born in the third century in the village of Patara (Antalya). Where is it? a) b) c) d) Alaska Cuba Israel Turkey 5 points

6) There on Christmas Day the table is usually covered with the best china 6) There on Christmas Day the table is usually covered with the best china and glassware. There are crackers all over the table. The meal begins with a toast followed by the crackers popping. After the meal people sit in front of the television for the traditional Christmas speech of the Monarch. What is the country? a) Congo b) China c) Malacca d) England 10

6) There on Christmas Day the table is usually covered with the best china 6) There on Christmas Day the table is usually covered with the best china and glassware. There are crackers all over the table. The meal begins with a toast, followed by the crackers popping. After the meal people sit in front of the television for the traditional Christmas speech of the Monarch. What is the country? a) The People’s Republic of China b) The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northen Ireland c) Malacca Sultanate d) The Democratic Republic of Congo 5 points

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7) What traditional Christmas dishes were mentioned in this song? 5 points/10 points 7) What traditional Christmas dishes were mentioned in this song? 5 points/10 points

8) There the warm weather allows enjoying this tradition every year on Christmas Eve. 8) There the warm weather allows enjoying this tradition every year on Christmas Eve. Thousands of people gather in the city to sing their favourite Christmas carols. The night sky is lit by many candles. Santa Claus arrives on a surfboard or even on a surf lifeboat at many beaches. Where is it? a) b) c) d) Paris Sofia Sidney Madrid 10 points

8) There the warm weather allows enjoying this tradition every year on Christmas Eve. 8) There the warm weather allows enjoying this tradition every year on Christmas Eve. Thousands of people gather in the city to sing their favourite Christmas carols. The night sky is lit by many candles. Santa Claus arrives on a surfboard or even on a surf lifeboat at many beaches. Where is it? a) b) c) d) Vietnam Iceland Belarus Australia 5 points

9) Christmas Eve is … a) 24 th of December b) the night before 9) Christmas Eve is … a) 24 th of December b) the night before Boxing Day c) the evening on 24 th of December 10 points

9) Christmas Eve is … a) the evening on 25 th of December b) 9) Christmas Eve is … a) the evening on 25 th of December b) the day before Christmas Day c) the night before 31 st of December 5 points

is the song is the song "Jingle Bells" really about? 10) What a) driving fast and picking up women b) Santa's Sleigh c) throwing Snowballs d) riding in a snowstorm 10 points

is the song is the song "Jingle Bells" really about? 10) What a) one-horse open sleigh b) riding in winter can be fun c) testing the sleigh in bad weather d) mobile ringtones 5 points

11) In January Spanish children receive gifts in their socks or boots from … 11) In January Spanish children receive gifts in their socks or boots from … a) donkey b) Dedo Mraz c) Father Frost d) La Befana 10 points

In January Spanish children receive gifts in their socks or boots from … A) In January Spanish children receive gifts in their socks or boots from … A) Father Frost 11) c) b) elf 5 points

1. 12) You can see only a part of the picture. Imagine the whole 1. 12) You can see only a part of the picture. Imagine the whole one. They are delivering gifts. In which way? (Write an action word) 5 points

13) Santa Claus and Mrs Claus love Rudolph very much. Who is Rudolph by 13) Santa Claus and Mrs Claus love Rudolph very much. Who is Rudolph by the way? a) local shaman in Lapland b) favourite pet c) Santa Claus’s son d) elf in Nordic stories 10 points

13) Santa Claus and Mrs Claus love Rudolph very much. Who is Rudolph by 13) Santa Claus and Mrs Claus love Rudolph very much. Who is Rudolph by the way? a) family’s friend b) goblin c) favourite gnome d) reindeer 5 points

14) By the North-American tradition (USA, Canada) Santa Claus lives in his residence on 14) By the North-American tradition (USA, Canada) Santa Claus lives in his residence on the North Pole. To write a letter to Santa use this address: Santa Claus North Pole Canada But what is the postcode? a) b) c) d) e) H 0 H 0 H 0 HURAA 12345 ÕULUVANA 1 HAH AHA (Canadian postcodes are alphanumeric. ) 10 points

14) By the North-American tradition (USA, Canada) Santa Claus lives in his residence on 14) By the North-American tradition (USA, Canada) Santa Claus lives in his residence on the North Pole. To write a letter to Santa use this address: Santa Claus North Pole Canada But what is the postcode? a) b) c) d) SANTA HURAAAAA 24 12 H 0 H 0 H 0 (Canadian postcodes are alphanumeric. ) 5 points

15) Long ago Father Christmas was traditionally dressed in clothes of different colours: green, 15) Long ago Father Christmas was traditionally dressed in clothes of different colours: green, purple, light-blue, navy blue or brown. But Coca-Cola company changed his image in 1930 - the red robe had become popular all over the world. Why did it happen? a) b) c) d) e) During the Great Depression in the 1930 s Santa offered just what people needed: a most welcome display of warmth and generosity. Children were afraid of men in non-red suits. It was expensive to buy a multicoloured robe every year. Father Christmas enjoyed drinking Coca-Cola company liked the colours of Father Christmas’s new robe. 10 points

15) Long ago Father Christmas was traditionally dressed in clothes of different colors: green, 15) Long ago Father Christmas was traditionally dressed in clothes of different colors: green, purple, light-blue, navy blue, brown or red. But Coca-Cola company changed his image in 1930 - the red robe had become popular all over the world. Why did it happen? a) Red - coloured clothes was the most popular in America. b) Farther Christmas’s clothes became old-fashioned. c) Red and white were trend colours of Coca-Cola company.

16) ‘Boxing Day’ is traditionally celebrated on December the 26 in Great Britain. What 16) ‘Boxing Day’ is traditionally celebrated on December the 26 in Great Britain. What was the reason of getting this name? a) watching TV programmes on the box b) giving seasonal gifts c) organizing boxing competition d) preparing boxes for sweets 10 points

16) ‘Boxing Day’ is traditionally celebrated on December 26 th in Great Britain. What 16) ‘Boxing Day’ is traditionally celebrated on December 26 th in Great Britain. What was the reason of getting this name? a) b) c) d) British people go boxing this day There were a lot of Christmas cards in letter-boxes British people sent unwanted gifts in the boxes back to the shops It was usual to put Christmas gifts into boxes 5 points

17) What kind of net, found in many Christmas trees in the Ukraine, can 17) What kind of net, found in many Christmas trees in the Ukraine, can bring good luck? a) Internet b) fishing net c) spider’s web 5 points

18) Label as many pictures as you can. 18) Label as many pictures as you can.