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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