The traditional picture of an English Christmas a table laden with food and drink.
The English like to be with their families at Christmas.
At Christmas, I'd go to England to visit my grandparents.
In England a long time ago, Servants were required to work on Christmas.
Christmas revels with feasting and dancing were common in England.
Newton was born on Christmas Day 1642, in the rural English county of Lincolnshire.
Do you observe Christmas in your country?
Do you celebrate Christmas in China?
Merry Christmas, Santa!
Then, in 1860, Queen Victoria, the Queen of England, had a Christmas tree in her home for Christmas.
New Year's Day, Christmas, Easter, and4 th of July!
It is a British custom to have a tree in the house at Christmas.
It's traditional in England to eat turkey on Christmas Day.
In England, turkey is traditionally eaten on Christmas Day.
(British) a present given at Christmas for services during the year.
Company employees received a 25 Christmas bonus.
Christmas is one of the major festivals in the United States of America.
A couple participate in a wife-holding competition at a department store in Xingtai, north China's Hebei Province on Christmas Eve in2006.