Christmas has a long history and it has been celebrated by different people in many different ways. In the UK, having a special Christmas meal with family and friends is a very important custom for many.

Besides turkeys, what other traditional Christmas food do you know? In this video, get to know some of the traditionally served Christmas food in the UK, like mulled wine, mince pies, Christmas pudding, etc.

Instructions

Do the Preparation task first. Then watch the video. Next go to Task and do the activity. If you need help, you can read the Transcript at any time.

Task 1

Watch the video and then test your comprehension with the task below.

Exercise

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we all know about celebrating Christmas something, but it is different to hear it from native speakers of English...
 
i want to say" happy christmas!!!!!!"

 
 It was interesting to find out some new information for me in this video. 
But it would be also interesting  to read  about St. Nicholas Day.
It's so near!

I like listening to English story, such as Christmas, it is really interesting in listening practice and vocabulary increase, in different exercise form will be more interesting. from delfi sibolga,indonesia 

why don't u just make the content of video downloadable?

Hi Mohammad,
We would like to make more of our videos downloadable, but there are some technical and legal problems we have to solve first. Please wait and they should be downloadable soon.
Best wishes,
Adam
The LearnEnglish Team

Hum...just call me stupid...but I've clicked several times on what I supposed to be the right place for the vid...and nothing happens help Adam!!!

Hi Lorraine,
No, you're not stupid! The video stopped working; for some reason the embedding settings had changed. I've changed them back now and it should be working.
Thanks for pointing this out - I might not have seen it if you hadn't pointed it out.
Best wishes,
Adam
The LearnEnglish Team

I liked this.It was very interesting.I've done the exercise but I wasn't so good.But I am happy because I've learned new Christmas words.

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