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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #31256: Vocabulary: Christmas
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    Vocabulary: Christmas

     Christmas tree 

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    For a perfect tree, look a densely branched one. Gently pull a and see if some come . Shake trees and avoid those needles Then buy a that you can fill with water, as cut trees drink a lot. Cut 2 cm the trunk base to get rid of the seal formed by the previous cut. Be careful, any Christmas tree can become a fire hazard or a inferno in seconds. So, don't let your tree dry and place it from fireplaces. Now add the lights. Only use lights and... do forget candles! Lights give to any Christmas tree. rope lights and start the top of the tree. Wrap the lights around the branches. Now, the garlands ! Start at the top of the tree and work your way . Don't wrap the garlands too tightly or your tree look like a Christmas sausage ! Then, hang the ornaments and space them apart. Don't forget the final touch : a lovely tree !

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