10 Days to Christmas: Question And Answer Giveaway

Hello People!!! This is the first question and answer giveaway session. Here are the rules to the game:

  1. No multiple answers
  2. Give concise answers
  3. Get all 10 questions correctly
  4. If you miss a day or a question, you get disqualified.
  5. All answers must be submitted before 12 am of the said day.

That’s all.. Winners will be chosen at random so that everyone is given a fair chance.

This page will be updated everyday with the questions and their answers. Lookout for them. All the best!

Question One: What day of the week was Christmas day in the year 2000 (in the conventional western calendar)?

Answer: Monday. In the year 2000, Christmas Day was celebrated on a Monday.

Question Two: What country did the first Christmas tress come from?

Answer: Latvia. Latvia was once a territory within Germany. Now, it is independent.

Question Three: In what decade was the first Christmas card sent?

Answer: 1840’s. Precisely 1843, and it was sent by Sir Henry Cole of England.

Question Four: From what does the month December get its name?

Answer: It’s “Decem”, the Latin word for Ten. Ironic though, since December is now the 12th month of the year.

Question Five: What is the name of the period leading up to Christmas?

Answer: Advent.

Question Six: In the song “Twelve Days of Christmas”, how many swans were “swimming”?

Answer: Seven. ” Seven Swans a swimming

Question Seven: Where is Santa’s home located?

Answer: ??

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  1. Day 4 Answer
    December got its name from the Latin word decem (meaning ten) because it was originally the tenth month of the year in the Roman calendar, which began in March.

  2. Day 4 Answer!
    December got its name from the Latin word “decem” (it means ten) because it was originally the tenth month of the year in the Roman calendar, that began in March.

  3. December got its name from the Latin word decem (meaning ten) because it was originally the tenth month of the year in the Roman calendar, which began in March

  4. December got its name from the Latin word decem (meaning ten) because it was originally the tenth month of the year in the Roman calendar.

  5. Day 9 answer is Saint Nicholas was a Bishop who lived in the fourth century in a place called Myra in Asia Minor (now called Turkey).

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