Good evening, dear readers! How was everybody’s Christmas?
And what about you plans for New Year’s Eve? With all of these December festivities, how about we cover some end-of-the-year related words so you can practice while you celebrate?
- Christmas is celebrated on December 25th
- People say that January 1rst is international hangover day!
- My New Year’s resolution is to start exercising more
- Thousands of people gather to observe the fireworks at the stroke of midnight in Times Square
- To count down until 12am on New Year’s eve is a major tradition in many countries
- It’s common to hug people around you at midnight on New Year’s eve
turn of the year
- Everyone toasts at the turn of the year
- It’s time to pop the champagne so we can toast!
- Christmas is a great opportunity to gather with the family
- We invited all our relatives to our christmas party
end of the year party
- Our company’s end of the year party was lots of fun
- We the clock strikes midnight, everyone hugs and wishes each other a happy new year
- Stores don’t open during the christmas holiday
- On Christmas night, we celebrate the birth of Jesus with celebration and joy
- Let’s send a card to our friends wishing them happy holidays
- Christmas is my favorite date of the year
- My grandmother sends me a card with messages of peace every year
- Who wants to help me decorate the Christmas tree?
- Santa Claus visits the homes of many children on Christmas night to leave them presents
- We placed our gifts under the christmas tree
- I got my aunt Julie as my secret santa. It’s hard to pick a gift for her
- Exchanging gifts on Christmas morning is a tradition
- Let’s put up some Christmas lights on our windows, it’ll look so pretty!
- Nativity scenes represent the birth of Jesus
- We spent the whole day putting up ornaments in the christmas tree
- I chose a really pretty wreath to hang on our door
- I forgot to buy uncle Edward a present for Christmas. I hope he is not upset
- It’s a bad idea to go last minute shopping on Christmas eve. It gets crowded everywhere
- Santa’s elves help him make toys for the children
Are there any other holiday words that come to your mind?
Happy New Year and Have a great 2019!