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Hello, Jill,
I hope you had a Christmas as happy as I did.
This year, my children and I spent Christmas with friends in England. We arrived at our friends`; on the 20th of the month. The journey was not exactly stress-free, as we took the bus and it was stuck in traffic for hours. Also the weather was not the best, rain, snow, rain, fog, . . . But what else can you expect from England?
Arriving at the house of our friends, I noticed that many Christmas preparations had already been made here. The whole house was decorated with garlands of laurel and red ribbons. Red Christmas stockings hung by the fireplace and in between were Christmas cards from friends and acquaintances. Also the tree was already decorated with balls, fairy lights and gingerbread men. My friends have told me that in England this is already done on 01. December. It looked really contemplative and elfish. There was a mistletoe over the entrance door. You say what you want under it, it comes true.

On December 21st we went to primary school with our friends and their daughters. There, the children recreated the birth of Jesus. A very Christmasy production of the Christmas story, which is called "Nativity Play".

On Christmas Eve we went from house to house with a small group and sang Christmas carols. Through these Christmas customs, the Christian ideas behind Christmas are carried forward through play and song.
The present did not take place on Christmas Eve, as we did, but on the morning of December 25th. That was quite difficult for my children, because they thought Santa Claus would not come to England at all. So the surprise was all the nicer on December 25th. Father Christmas had filled the Christmas stockings with sweets and the big presents lay, as in Germany, under the Christmas tree. At lunch there was „Gregor“; that is a turkey stuffed with plums and as dessert plum pudding and mince pie. Coins and lucky charms for the children were hidden as a surprise. The whole family gathered for dinner and we celebrated with cardboard hats and Christmas crackers. Beside every cover of the Christmas table was such a colorful, shiny paper spool, which is twisted at both ends and filled with a rhyme and toys.
We spent the afternoon of the first day of Christmas in front of the television, like almost all Brits. There is a good reason for this: year after year the Queen`s Christmas speech is broadcast on television. The typical British cup of tea and a piece of delicious fruit cake could not be missing. But not fruit cake as we know it, but with marzipan and icing sugar.
The second Christmas day is the so-called „Boxing Day“;. This day is all about gratitude and many people use it to express their appreciation and appreciation. Be it the postman who delivers the Christmas cards, the hard-working men from the garbage collection or teachers, colleagues and neighbours. In the sign of charity, the needy are also remembered.

Hopefully we will finally get to know each other personally on Hanna`s birthday. Until then, bye bye. Your pen fried xxx
ANONYM stellte diese Frage am 25.03.2019 - 17:04

 
Antwort von ANONYM | 28.03.2019 - 08:22
Bitte um Korektor. Danke!

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Hallo Jill,
ich hoffe du hattest ein ebenso schönes Weihnachtsfest, wie ich. In diesem Jahr waren meine Kinder und ich über Weihnachten bei Freunden in England. Wir sind am 20. des Monats bei unseren Freunden angekommen. Die Anreise war nicht gerade stressfrei, da wir mit dem Bus gefahren sind und dieser stundenlang im Stau stand. Auch das Wetter war nicht das Beste, Regen, Schnee, Regen, Nebel, … Aber was will man anderes erwarten von England.
Im Haus unserer Freunde angekommen, ist mir aufgefallen, dass hier schon viele Weihnachtsvorbereitungen getroffen worden waren . Das ganze Haus war mit Girlanden aus Lorbeer und roten Schleifen geschmückt. Am Kamin hingen rote Weihnachtsstrümpfe und dazwischen Weihnachtskarten von Freunden und Bekannten. Auch der Baum war bereits mit Kugeln, Lichterketten und Lebkuchenmännchen geschmückt. Meine Freunde haben mir erzählt, dass dies in England bereits am 01.Dezember gemacht wird. Es sah richtig besinnlich und elfenhaft aus. Über der Eingangtür hing ein Mistelzweig. Man sagt, was man sich darunter wünscht, geht in Erfüllung.

Am 21.Dezember sind wir mit unseren Freunden und ihren Töchtern in die Grundschule gegangen. Dort haben die Kinder die Jesus Geburt nachgestellt. Eine sehr weihnachtliche Inszenierung der Weihnachtsgeschichte, welche „Nativity Play“ genannt wird .

Am Heiligabend sind wir mit einer kleinen Gruppe von Haus zu Haus gezogen und haben Weihnachtslieder gesungen. Ich habe mich schrecklich blamiert. Durch diese Weihnachtsbräuche werden die christlichen Ideen hinter dem Weihnachtsfest durch Spiel und Gesang weitergetragen.
Die Bescherung f and nicht wie bei uns a m Heiligabend statt , sondern am Morgen des 25. Dezember. Das war ziemlich schwer für meine Kinder, da sie gedacht haben, der Weihnachtsmann kommt in England gar nicht. Umso schöner war die Überraschung dann am 25. Dezember. Father Christmas hatte die Weihnachtsstrümpfe mit Süßigkeiten gefüllt und die g roße n Geschenke lagen, wie in Deutschland auch, unter dem Weihnachtsbaum. Zu Mittag gab es „Gregor“, dass ist ein mit Pflaumen gefüllten Truthahn, Mince Pie und als Dessert Plumpudding. Darin waren Münzen und Glücksbringer für die Kinder als Überraschung versteckt. Beim Essen versammelt e sich die ganze Familie und wir haben mit Papphüten und Christmas- Crackers gefeiert. Neben jedem Gedeck der Weihnachtstafel l ag eine solch bunte, glänzende Papierspule, die an beiden Enden verdreht ist und mit einem Reim und Spielzeug gefüllt ist.
Den Nachmittag des ersten Weihnachtstages verb rachten wir vor dem Fernseher, wie fast alle Britten . Das hat einen guten Grund: Jahr für Jahr wird die weihnachtliche Ansprache der Queen im Fernsehen übertragen. Dabei durfte die typisch-britische Tasse Tee und ein Stück leckerer Früchtek uchen nicht fehlen. Aber nicht Früchtekuchen, wie wir ihn kennen, sondern mit Marzipan und Zuckerguss.
Der zweite Weihnachtstag ist der sogenannte „Boxing Day“. Dieser Tag steht ganz im Zeichen der Dankbarkeit und viele Menschen nutzen ihn, um ihre Anerkennung und Wertschätzung auszudrücken. Sei es dem Briefträger, der die Weihnachtskarten ausliefert, den fleißigen Männern von der Müllabfuhr oder Lehrern, Kollegen und Nachbarn. Ganz im Zeichen der Nächstenliebe wird dann auch an die Bedürftigen gedacht.

W ir lernen uns hoffentlich zum Geburtstag von Hanna endlich persönlich kennen. Bis dahin ciao ciao. Deine Brieffreundin

 
Antwort von ANONYM | 29.03.2019 - 08:29
Bitte helfen und Korrektur lesen. Ist wichtig!


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Antwort von bestwishes335 | 29.03.2019 - 09:23
Hello, Jill,
I hope you spent Christmas as happily as I did.


This year, my children and I spent Christmas with (some) friends in England. We arrived at our friends`; on 20th of Desember. The journey was not exactly stress-free, as we took the bus and it was stuck in traffic for hours. Also the weather was not one of the best, rain, snow, rain, fog, . . . But what else can you expect from England?
Arriving at our friend`s house, I noticed that the Christmas preparations had already begun here. The whole house was decorated with garlands of laurel and red ribbons. Red Christmas stockings hung by the fireplace and in between were Christmas cards from friends and acquaintances. The tree was also already decorated with balls, fairy lights and gingerbread men. My friends have told me that in England this is already done on 01. December. I`ve heard from friends that the english people begin with the preparation on 01. Desember. (if thats what you mean). It looked really contemplative and elfish. There was a mistletoe over the entrance door. You say what you want under it, it comes true. You can wish whatever you want under it and it comes true.

On December 21st we went to the children`s primary school with our friends and their daughters. There, the children recreated the birth of Jesus. A very Christmasy production of the Christmas story, which is called "Nativity Play".

On Christmas Eve we went from house to house with a small group and sang Christmas carols. Through these Christmas customs, the Christian ideas behind Christmas are carried forward through plays and songs.
The exchange of presents did not take place on Christmas Eve, as we did, but on the morning of December 25th. That was quite difficult for my children (optional: my children were quite confused), because they thought Santa Claus would not come to England at all. So the surprise was all the nicer on December 25th( what do you mean by that). Father Christmas had filled the Christmas socks with sweets and the big presents were laid (under the Christmas tree ), as in Germany, under the Christmas tree. At lunch there was „Gregor“; that is a turkey stuffed with plums and as dessert plum pudding and mince pie. Coins and lucky charms for the children were hidden as a surprise. The whole family gathered for dinner and we celebrated with cardboard hats and Christmas crackers. Beside every cover of the Christmas table was such a colorful, shiny paper spool, which is twisted at both ends and filled with a rhyme and toys.
We spent the afternoon of the first day of Christmas in front of the TV, like almost all Brits. There is a good reason for this: year after year the Queen`s Christmas speech is being broadcasted on the television. The typical British cup of tea and a piece of delicious fruit cake were not missing. But not fruit cake as we know it, but with marzipan and icing sugar.
The second Christmas day is the so-called „Boxing Day“;. This day is all about gratitude and many people use it to express their appreciation. Be it the postman who delivers the Christmas cards, the hard-working men from the garbage collection or teachers, colleagues and neighbours. (What do you mean) In the sign of charity, the needy are also remembered. (honoured)

Hopefully we will finally get to know each others personalities on Hanna`s birthday. Until then, bye bye.
Your pen fried xxx

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