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It is already Ber months and Christmas is fast approaching. Here in Philippines on September 1st we are starting the count down for Christmas. Christmas song is on the radio and some kids are already caroling. Others are starting putting Christmas decoration in their houses and some are starting to buy Christmas gifts to avoid a hassle last minute Christmas gift buying.
Is Christmas celebrated by people in your country?
How do you say Merry Christmas in your language?
Feliz Natal - Potuguês (Portuguese)
In Arabic: Eed melad majeed =عيد ميلاد مجيد
Have a good holiday :)
Christmas stuff already?! That's crazy!I love Christmas but not for religious reasons, I just love spending time with my family. I love the big meal and getting to see everyone. I love seeing all the decorations and all the lights up in the windows. It's definitely better if it snows for Christmas. Last year I spent Christmas in Dubai and that was very odd! I can't wait to be back in the UK for it this year though I'm hoping to visit friends in Berlin and Paris, too.Nadolig Llawen in Welsh :)
Wesołych świąt in Polish
Feliz Navidad! in Spanish.
We do the decorations since November :)
For humor, it is done this way Doris Day.
(We photocopy a paper which had this message in dull looking Black and White, and we write this verse.)
"Money's tight and times are hard, so here's your 'Merry Christmas' card!"
Seriously though, "Merry Christmas" is the usual salutation.
In Spanish is "Feliz Navidad".
Here we celebrated with a barbacue or family dinner , we decorate the house from december until february or march.
In china, it's 圣诞节快乐。 haha
Have a nice day! :)
즐거운 성탄절 보내세요 is Merry Christmas in Korean! :)
In my country smell of christmas day feels at deceember.
"Selamat hari natal" is Merry Christmas in Indonesian.