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Từ vựng tiếng anh theo chủ đề giáng sinh
- 1. candy cane
kẹo hình cây gậy
- 2. yule log
bánh kem hình khúc cây
- 3. gingerbread/ˈdʒɪndʒərbred/
- 4. Christmas tree
cây thông Giáng sinh
- 5. bauble/ˈbɔːbl/
- 6. fairy lights
- 7. tinsel/’tinsəl/
dây kim tuyến
- 8. bell/bel/
- 9. stocking
- 10. snowman/’snoumən/
- 11. carol/ˈkærəl/
bài hát mừng vào dịp lễ Giáng sinh
- 12. mistletoe/’misltou/
nhánh tầm gửi
- 13. wreath/riːθ/
vòng hoa Giáng sinh
- 14. reindeer/ˈreɪndɪr/
con tuần lộc
- 15. sleigh
cỗ xe kéo
- 16. elf/elf/
- 17. Father Christmas
ông già Noel
- 18. angel/’eindʤəl/
Viết 1 đoạn văn bằng tiếng anh về giáng sinh
Ngày lễ giáng sinh là một ngày lễ trọng đại với người phương Tây. Không khí chào đón giáng sinh cũng dần lan sang nhiều nước Châu Á, trong đó có Việt Nam. Bạn có thể dễ dàng cảm nhận thấy không khí hào hứng, tươi vui tràn ngập trên khắp phố phường, trên mỗi mái nhà, quanh các trung tâm mua sắm, thương mại, các nhà thờ, làng theo đạo Thiên Chúa… đều rực rỡ sắc xanh của những tán thông xanh mướt, ông già Noel trong tấm áo choàng đỏ và những bông tuyết trắng điểm tô cho bức tranh cảnh sắc đêm Noel thêm phần rực rỡ. Vì thế mà chúng ta hãy cùng viết đoạn văn về giáng sinh bằng tiếng Anh nói về ngày lễ này nhé.
God Saigon cool. There is one week left until Christmas and then. Christmas this year I will not stay at home as the year before because he had promised to take me to play. You know what? Every night before bed, they are thought to his invitation: “This Sunday I’ll pick you go through the Christmas play offline!” And his smiling self. I did not hide the joy and surprise when he proposed to do so but still face the province. A cool person that knows invite others to play it anymore!
A week for me so long as a month. Maybe he thought I should day he called me remind about appointments. How many would expect, and also to Sunday. All day they struggle to find clothes to suits your lifestyle.
Close to the appointment, he calls. I’m scared to forget! I picked it up, the other is a halting voice. He told to go directly unexpected and sorry not to pick you were. No longer hear anything, I immediately turned off the phone. A minute ago you are excitedly told that today you would go out early Christmas. But now it … you suddenly Tears flowed. How many frustrations before they are brought out, cry once had life.
But I’m not angry with him for long. So try to call me that he was late, almost a little too was fined. Brother, I felt sorry for him too. Do not know how you feel when you sleep and wish tomorrow would promise a house for me. About me awake forever with his wishes for happiness.
He came to pick you up with lovely gifts on hand. It is true that they enjoyed the book and he is cooking it too mushy. I went with him nestled in the cold air at night. He asked me not have tired legs. Suddenly he grabbed her hand and whispered: If you’re tired feet, he would volunteer carrying children for life.
Đoạn 2: Viết đoạn văn về giáng sinh bằng tiếng Anh
I think Christmas is one of the happiest times of the year. Everyone has a smile on their face, especially children. It’s such an exciting time for kids.
They can’t wait to open their presents and play with all of their new games and toys. It’s a nice time for adults too. They can catch up with their families and relax.
Traditionally, the mother of the family is busiest at Christmas. She does most of the Christmas shopping and wraps the presents. Of course, she also spends hours cooking Christmas dinner.
Let’s not forget the true meaning of Christmas, though. It is not about shopping and Christmas trees and ‘Frosty the Snowman’. It’s all about love for each other and peace around the world. Let’s hope this message stays alive.
Đoạn 3: Viết đoạn văn về giáng sinh bằng tiếng Anh
How do we celebrate Christmas? December is considered a great season of goodwill and merriment. So Christmas is greeted with special merriment and rejoicing everywhere. It is an occasion for happy family gatherings and festivities. The Christians all over the world decorate their homes. They cheerfully wear new clothes, make special cakes and share feasts with others.
Christmas has always been very much a time of family reunion. Today it is also a children’s festival. They sing Christmas carols in memory of Christ’s birth. The children are given various presents and Santa Claus or Father Christmas visits as the friend and protector of Children. The Christmas tree, with its beautiful decorations, lights and its shining star at the top is a great attraction of the Christmas.
But today, Christmas is not only a festival of the Christians. The Hindus, the Muslims and people of other faiths also celebrate this occasion and share the merriment with the Christians.
Đoạn 4: Viết đoạn văn về giáng sinh bằng tiếng Anh
Christmas is an occasion for great joy and happiness. It is important to mention that, though it is a Christian festival, it is widely celebrated by people belonging to all faith. People enjoy the festival of Christmas in the following manner:
– Christmas Trees are decorated.
– Children believe that Santa Claus would come and give gifts to them. Hence, they early wait for Santa Claus.
– People wish “Merry Christmas” to each other.
– People sing Christmas carol. Christmas carol is a song that is theme widely sung by people on the day of Christmas. Its theme is based on Christmas festival.
– Cultural and religions functions are held in many places.
– Christmas cakes are very popular in many countries.
– A public holiday is observed in many countries.
Jesus is believed to be the son of God. He is equally loved by all men. On the occasion of Christmas, people purify their soul and seek blessings of God. It is a great time for self healing.
Đoạn 5: Viết đoạn văn về giáng sinh bằng tiếng Anh
Christmas to me is a time to think about the most wonderful gift ever given to mankind. Better even than what we know as life. This gift is called JESUS and HE gave us the gift of eternal life. What we call life here on earth will someday end. But eternal life is given to us when we accept JESUS as our personal Savior
I get quite irratated with all the commercialism of Christmas. The giving of gifts is ok but it has gotten to the point that it has become the focus of the celebration. Christmas should be a time of being with friends and family, spreading the joy of the birth of the KING of KINGS. We really should celebrate JESUS everyday of the year.
JESUS has been banned from much of public life and displays of the nativity are frowned upon by many. Yet those same people who ban him will spend untold dollars on gifts for each other at the time when we are suppose to be celebrating HIS birthday. The word Christmas means celebration(mass) of Christ.
This date is actually the time of the winter solstice, an astrological time like the spring, summer, and fall solstices. This twisting of this holiday is the result of the early church compromising with the world and moving the celebration of JESUS’s real birthday to a pagan holiday to keep the pagans happy and make them feel more welcome in the church. Does any of this make sense to anyone else or am I just rambling because I’m tired?
Another thing that bothers me greatly is the way Santa Claus has taken on a character that has little bearing on the original GODly monk named Nickolaus(?)who went about giving gifts to the poor children on Christmas. Each country seems to have its own version of Santa.
I pray this makes sense to someone else besides me.
May you all have a blessed and joyous HOLY DAY.
Đoạn 6: Viết đoạn văn về giáng sinh bằng tiếng Anh
Christmas in New York 2016
It’s the most wonderful time of the year—and by “it” we mean Christmas in New York! Just a few weeks after all the Halloween events wrap up, the city and the best New York attractions turn into an illuminated winter wonderland, decked out with Christmas trees, holiday windows and Christmas lights. Even the most tourist-averse New Yorkers have to admit that it’s a pretty spectacular sight. Get the most out of the merriest season with our guide to finding a holiday market in NYC as well as great gift ideas. We’re also including the best Christmas movies to watch with the family and plenty of festive things to do, including (but not limited to) the Radio City Christmas Spectacular.
Đoạn 7: Viết đoạn văn về giáng sinh bằng tiếng Anh
I knew I was not supposed to be quite so excited. I was too old for that. At age eleven, the oldest and my mom’s “grown up” girl, I had to keep my cool. I was in middle school after all. But every chance I got, when I was alone, I checked each present under the tree. I read every tag and felt every package, guessing at the contents within. I had examined each gift so often that I could tell which present went to which person without even looking at the tags.
It had been a tough year for my family. Whenever my mom looked over at the tree and scattered presents, she would sigh and warn us, “There won’t be as much for Christmas this year. Try not to be disappointed.” Christmas had traditionally been a time for my parents to spoil us. In years past, the presents would pile up and spill out from under the tree, taking over the living room. I had heard the phrase “giving is better than receiving,” but thought that whoever had said that must have been out of their mind. Getting presents was the whole point! It was the reason I couldn’t get to sleep on Christmas Eve.
On Christmas morning, we eagerly waited in the hallway until Dad told us everything was ready. We rushed into the living room and let the wrapping paper fly. We made weak attempts to wait and watch while other family members opened their presents, but as the time passed we lost our self-control.
“Here’s another one for you,” said Mom as she handed me a package. I looked at it, confused. Having spent so much time examining the presents before Christmas, I recognized this one. But it had not been mine. It was my mom’s. A new label had been put on it, with my name written in my mother’s handwriting.
“Mom, I can’t…”
I was stopped by my mother’s eager, joyful look—a look I could not really understand. “Let’s see what it is, honey. Hurry and open it.”
It was a blow dryer. Though this may seem but a simple gift, to me it was so much more. Being an eleven-year-old girl, I was stunned. In my world, where receiving outweighed giving by light years, my mom’s act of selflessness was incomprehensible. It was a huge act. Tears filled my eyes and I thought in disbelief about how much my mom must love me to give up her Christmas so I could have a few more presents.
I have always remembered that Christmas fondly. It had such an impact on me. As an adult with children in my life whom I adore, I can now understand my mom’s actions. I see how she was not “giving up her Christmas” as I had thought, but was finding an even greater joy in her Christmas because giving truly is better than receiving. My mom’s simple act meant the world to me.
Hi vọng với bài viết đoạn văn về giáng sinh bằng tiếng Anh mà chúng tôi giới thiệu bên trên bận có thể tự mình viết được một đoạn văn ưng ý với những mẫu mà chúng tôi gợi ý. Chúc bạn có một mùa giáng sinh vui vẻ và an lành nhé.