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The Christmas Quiz

written by: JeepPuppyK
 
How much do you really know about Christmas? Check your knowledge on this great Christian holiday.

Question 1:


Santa Claus is a mispronunciation of the word "Sinterklaas," by the English settlers of New York. The word "Sinterklaas" traces its origins to which country?
Netherlands
Denmark
Ireland
Portugal

Question 2:


According to a popular Christmas story, the magical red nose of this flying reindeer provides light to guide Santa Clause through the darkness of Christmas Eve.
Comet
Blitzen
Red
Rudolph

Question 3:


Before going to see baby Jesus, the wise men met Herod the Great , who wanted to kill Jesus.
True
False

Question 4:


This Scandinavian author wrote a cheerless Christmas story in which a poor girl walks barefoot along snow-covered streets on Christmas Eve.
Astrid Lindgren
Erik Mesterton
Tove Ditlevsen
Hans Christian Andersen

Question 5:


Mary, the betrothed wife of Joseph, gave birth to her child, Jesus in Bethlehem.
No
Yes

Question 6:


This line is from a Christmas song, written by Burl Ives. Which is the song?

"I don't know if they'll be snow, but have a cup of cheer."
Jingle Bells
Silent Night
Away in a Manger
Holly Jolly Christmas

Question 7:


This word originates from a Dutch word which means 'little cake'. A wide variety of these 'little cakes' are made at Christmas time.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 8:


What does Frosty the Snowman, the character from an animated story produced by the Rankin-Bass company, say when he wakes up?
Merry Christmas!
Happy Fourth of July!
Happy Birthday!
Happy New Year!

Question 9:


Jack Frost, a figure that presumably originated in Viking folklore, personifies crisp, cold, winter weather.
False
True

Question 10:


"By now in New York City, there's snow on the ground
and out in California, the sunshine's falling down."
This is the opening of the song "Christmas in Dixie", performed by which group.
Randy Travis
Kenny Chesney
Alan Jackson
Alabama

 


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