the Christmas songs (writ down as many Christmas songs until the buzzer goes off)name them as fast as you can( name all the reindeer you know ONE AT A TIME in 20 seconds
Dickens based the name on the the songs of Christmas "A Christmas Carol" and this is why he writes in staves and not chapters
No, "Anyoption" is wrong. It is used colloquially as a song name or poem as "Christmas Time" but in reference to the holiday season it is one word: Christmastime.
I know in Canada it is called boxing day. Maybe it is the same in England.
Doug Song sings a version of the song Christmas shoes, but there is also versions by Bob Carlisle and Newsong. Christmas Shoes has become a holiday favorite no matter who it is sung by.
The noun Christmas is a proper noun, the name of a holiday.
Christmas is translated to "Weihnachten" but I'm cluess if they use a different name.
Christmas and Easter
The word holiday is a common noun. A specific holiday such as Christmas Holiday or a name such as Judy Holiday are proper nouns.
Christmas tree because its a holiday name.
Christmas is a holiday for all Christians, and in the entire English-speaking world it goes by that name. In French, Christmas is referred to as "Noel."
Christmas is a word, a name for a holiday. It does not have an acronym.
No, Christmas is a proper noun, the name of a specific holiday.
The word 'Christmas' is a proper noun, the name of a specific holiday.A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, or thing; 'Christmas' is a word for a specific holiday (a holy day for some), the name of a thing. Proper nouns are always capitalized.Examples of common nouns (synonyms) for the proper noun 'Christmas' are holiday, holy day, celebration, etc.
Saturnalia, or Yule.
The noun 'Christmas' is a singular, abstract, proper noun, the name of a specific holiday or celebration.