The Christmas season, also called the holiday season (often simply called holidays), or the holiday season, is a recurring period each year recognized in many Western and Western influences. countries generally considered to be from late November to early January. It is defined as incorporating at least Christmas, and usually the New Year, and sometimes various other holidays.and festivals. It is also associated with a shopping period that includes a high season for the retail sector (the "Christmas (or Holiday) Shopping Season") and a late season sales period (the "sales"). of January "). Christmas windows and Christmas tree lighting ceremonies where trees decorated with ornaments and bulbs are illuminated are traditions in many areas.
In the confessions of Western Christianity, the term "Christmas season" is considered synonymous with Christmastide, which will run from December 25 (Christmas Day) to January 5 (The Night of the Kings or Eve Epiphany), commonly known as the name 12 Christmas days. However, as the economic impact of anticipated Christmas Day anticipation increased in America and Europe in the 19th and 20th centuries, the term "Christmas season" began to become synonymous with the traditional Advent season. ,] the period observed in Western Christianity from the fourth Sunday before Christmas Day to Christmas Day itself. The term "Advent Calendar" continues to be widely used in Western language as a term referring to a countdown to Christmas Dav from earlv december
hello yesterday i went to the restaurant to eat. i eat pasta with vegetables. and for dessert a fluffy chocolate. i drank sprite. i loved it because there was chocolate. i will surely return. je pense que c’est bon comme sa d’après ce que j’en ai compris
tu peux dire, par exemple:
- je suis aussi un être vivant, je ne veux pas mourrir
- est ce que vous aimerais être à ma place, te tuer pour te manger?
- on a déjà beaucoup servi dans la vie
- laissez-moi en paix
en espérant t’avoir aider: )