Q.1
The day after Christmas Day is called...

Q.2
Mince pies are traditionally eaten as a Christmas dessert. Do you know what they have inside?

mince pie
picture from BBC food

Q.3
What's the name of the famous British poet that said 'Don't eat your turkey this Christmas' in Talking Turkeys?

Q.4
Who wrote the song So this is Christmas?

Q.5
When do the British pull Christmas crackers?

crackers
Image from Getty

Q.6
What object isn't usually included in a Christmas cracker?

Q.7
When was the first time a cracker was pulled?

Q.8
Christmas pudding! Mmmmm! What traditional object is put inside it?

christmas pudding
Picture from BBC goodfood.com

Q.9
In which song do the words ' Should auld aquaintaced be forgot and never brought to mind' appear?

Q.10
What's the name for the day after New Year's Eve?

Q.11
What do children put by the fireside on Christmas Eve?

Q.12
Father Christmas didn't use to be red, overweight and always laughing. His popular modern image is due for a series of ads that appeared from the 30s to the 60s. Do you know the name of the famous company that contributed to change his image?

Q.13
Which of the names below, was an old name for Father Christmas?

Q.14
What is the name of the famous Christmas ghost story written by Charles Dickens?

Q.15
When did Christmas trees start to become popular in England?

Q.16
Which famous person set up the first Christmas tree in England?

Q.17
Tinsels are traditional Christmas tree decorations. They used to be made of silver thread but in time were substituted for the tinsel we know today. There are traditional tales that say this decoration was made by .....

Tinsel
Picture from Wikipedia

Q.18
Under what plant do lovers kiss on Christmas Day?

Q.19
What do children traditionally leave for Santa and his reindeers as a snack?

Q.20
What ingredient can't be found in mincemeat which is the traditional stuffing for mince pies?

Q.21
There are many theories behind the name for Boxing Day. Which apparently became popular during the 19th century. Which one of these isn't the reason?

Q.22
Trafalgar Square's Christmas tree is donated every year to the British since 1947 by a country. Which country?

Q.23
If somebody says 'Blithe Yule!' wishing you a merry Christmas, in what part of UK are you?

Q.24
In Britain, not all the children send their letters to Santa by mail. Some use another traditional mean. Which one?

Q.25
What's the name for the songs that people go around singing from door to door at Christmas?

Q.26
Another very popular Christmas dessert is trifle. What ingredients is it made from?

Q.27
The Three Kings are also known by other names in the UK. Which of the following IS NOT a name for them?

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