Multilingual flashcard: Christmas Tree

Multilingual flashcard: Christmas Tree

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Have you put up your Christmas tree yet?

Do you get a real tree, decorate one outside or use an artificial tree?

What kind of decorations do you have on your tree?


We put our tree up a few weeks ago as we will actually be at my parent’s house for Christmas and we wanted time to enjoy it! We have an artificial one which comes pre-lit – very handy! I had thought that an artificial tree is better for the environment than a real tree, but it turns out that one artificial tree is the equivalent of about ten real trees in terms of impact on the planet. Not ideal, but considering that we are planning to use this Christmas tree for the rest of our Christmases, hopefully it will work out better in the long run.

Our tree has a mixture of decorations, including lots of foxes and other woodland creatures, Harry Potter, book-themed decorations and quite a few souvenirs from our travels. I also make bookish decorations (miniature books and paper decorations from old books) and beaded decorations, so there are quite a few of those on there too.

Hope everyone is ready for a wonderful end to 2018!


While you’re here, why not check out some more Christmassy-vocabulary and get in a few minutes of language learning today? For example, Holly, Mistletoe, Merry Christmas, Winter, Snow, etc.

Check out my reviews of The Snow Lion, The Empty Stocking, Erik The Lone Wolf, Once Upon a Northern Night or The Snow Bear?


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Thanks for reading!

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