BBC Learning English 英语教学




1. On Christmas morning, where can most presents be found ready to be unwrapped?

a) Under the Christmas tree

b) Outside the back door

c) In the shops

d) Hidden in a cupboard

2. In Britain, who has traditionally made a speech on TV every Christmas Day since 1957?

a) Father Christmas

b) The Queen

c) The prime minister

d) None of the above

3. A tradition at Christmas is to pull a cracker, but what can be found inside one?

a) a paper hat

b) a joke

c) a small gift

d) all of the above

4. In a traditional Christmas dinner, green vegetables - which looks like very small cabbages - are served. What are they called?

a) cabbage

b) carrots

c) peas

d) Brussels sprouts

5. Which evergreen plant is traditionally used as a Christmas decoration? It's a tradition to kiss someone under it...

a) holly

b) ivy

c) mistletoe

d) fir tree

6. During the Christmas season, it is tradition to go to the theatre to see a pantomime. In these plays, what do we call a man who dresses up as an old woman?

a) dame

b) fall guy

c) clown

d) ventriloquist

1) a, 2) b, 3) d, 4) d, 5) c, 6) a.


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