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Topics: Christmas

Students are introduced to the topic of Christmas in this instalment of Adrian Tennant’s Topics series. The lesson is available at two language levels (Pre-intermediate and Intermediate +) and gives students practice in reading, listening and speaking skills, as well as exercises focusing on grammar and vocabulary. 

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  • I think the language has evolved a bit, if it has chocolate chips it is definitely a cookie and Santa might not want to drink on duty :)

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  • Agree with Anonymous - even the word 'cookies' is an Americanism. Definitely a glass of sherry and a mince pie for Santa in Britain.

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  • Do kids leave milk and cookies for Santa in the UK? It was always a small glass of sherry/whiskey/port/etc and a mince pie in my day...

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