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Could you share with me something about Christmas day in your country?

In my country, everybody are so excited to preparing for Christmas. In that day, my family and I would go to the church, after that we had a small party to celebrating the day that God was born. We had a lot of delicious food such as turky, soup and beer. We wish all the best thing to each other and sing Christmas songs together. That is my Christmas in Vietnam, How about your Christmas? 

Dec 18, 2014 11:37 AM
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When the children were young, we had a family tradition of reading certain books, which we now read to our grandchildren:

 

Dr. Seuss, How the Grinch Stole Christmas

Raymond Briggs, Father Christmas


We would always decorate the tree together. We used nothing but unbreakable ornaments. A long time ago we learned how to make a chain out of carpenter curls--we made them by planing the edge of a board, and if you get everything just right you get nice curls that look like rings and can be interlinked--so we have some homemade chains of wooden curls we hand on the tree.

January 20, 2015

Thank you so much for your correction, Johannes. ????

January 20, 2015

In my country everybody is so excited to prepare for Christmas. In (or "On", i am not sure) that day my family and I would go to the church. After that we would have a small party to celebrate the day that God was born. We would have a lot of delicious food such as turkey, soup and beer. We would wish all the best to each other and sing Christmas songs together. That is my Christmas in Vietnam. How about your Christmas?

 

Your English is brillant! Keep going!

 

(I'm not a native and my English is not the best. It's absolutely possible, that I've missed something or even corrected something which was right. I just saw, that no one corrected your topic yet)

January 19, 2015

thank for sharing Sara.

January 1, 2015

your Q for someone who leaves in iran is a bit unfamiliar! here in iran ppl cant celebrate christmas in public because of islamic rules! while we have many armenin (christian)ppl, they do it in private, in fact it dosnt have special meaning 4 many ppl here in iran. our new year celebration is noruz in spring, 2 month later it comes and i ll tell u about it.

December 29, 2014
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