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POLAND   AND
               ENGLAND
 WHAT IS CHRISTMAS?

• Christmas is a time of joy for
  the birth of Jesus Christ. It is
  time that begins on Christmas
  Eve, December 24. During this
  time students have Christmas
  holidays
   CHRISTMAS IN THE
        WORLD
• Christmas is celebrated in many
  countries around the world.
  Each country has different
  customs associated with
  Christmas. They relate to food,
  decorating houses and various
  other things.
                    FOOD
• In Poland                 • In England
• At the Polish table at    • A traditional English
  Christmas we will find:     and British Christmas
  herring, borscht soup,      dinner includes roast
  mushroom soup,              turkey or goose,
  dumplings with              brussels sprouts, roast
  cabbage and                 potatoes, cranberry
  mushrooms, carp and         sauce, rich nutty
  other fish, and a           stuffing, tiny sausages
  variety of cakes, such      wrapped in bacon (pigs
  as cheesecake, poppy-       in a blanket) and
  seed cake, gingerbread      lashings of hot gravy.
             HABITS

• With Christmas-related habits are
  different. Many of them are similar in
  many countries. For example,
  decorating a Christmas tree with
  colorful ornaments. Hangs on her
  baubles, chains and other
  decorations. In England, richly
  decorated with houses and gardens.
  This practice only takes in Poland.
            HABITS

• It is also very important habit to
  meet at the table at Christmas
  and shared their meals. In
  Poland it is the custom of
  leaving one place for the
  Unknown Guest
            GIFTS

• For children and adults,
  Christmas time is often
  associated with giving gifts,
  which puts them under the tree
  and opens on Christmas Eve.
  Most are toys, books, CDs,
  cosmetics and clothes.
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