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Christmas Word #6: Hark

Christmas Word #6: Hark
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A: Listen
B: Feel surprised
C: Worship

Answer: A – Listen

Answer: A – Listen
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As in, “‘Hark!’ cried one of the parents. ‘Is that the herald angels I hear singing?’”

Christmas Word #7: Sugar Plum

Christmas Word #7: Sugar Plum
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A: Small, round sweet
B: Plum sweetened with syrup
C: Rosy cheek

Answer: A – Small, round sweet

Answer: A – Small, round sweet
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As in, “In centuries past, sugar plums were often made by coating layers of boiled sugar onto dried fruit, nuts or seeds.”

Make your own edible Christmas tree with this Christmas tree cookie stack.

Christmas Word #8: Troll

Christmas Word #8: Troll
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A: Ring bells
B: Sing happily
C: Travel by train

Answer: B – Sing happily

Answer: B – Sing happily
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As in, “The children trolled festive tunes while awaiting Santa’s promised appearance at their party.”

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Christmas Word #9: Auld Lang Syne

Christmas Word #9: Auld Lang Syne
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A: Good fortune
B: Times long ago
C: Passing of the old year

Answer: B – Times long ago

Answer: B – Times long ago
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As in, “Hannah and her former university roommate met to have a drink and reminisce about auld lang syne.”

Christmas Word #10: Behold

Christmas Word #10: Behold
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A: See
B: Take to heart
C: Keep close

Answer: A – See

Answer: A – See
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As in, “The holiday parade was saturated with colourful lights and dancing girls, and Jai beheld it with excitement.”

Now read 3 classic tales of wonder in these Miraculous Christmas Stories.

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Source: Reader’s Digest Canada

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