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Can You Pass The Hardest Christmas Quiz Ever?

Do you think that you've got what it takes to pass the hardest Christmas quiz ever? Let's put your knowledge of Christmas to the test once and for all!
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What was given on the fourth day of Christmas?
French Hens
Calling Birds
Turtle Doves

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Which popular Christmas song was originally written in German by a Catholic priest and a school teacher?
Silent Night
Hark the Herald Angels Sing
Jingle Bells

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What year did the U.S. government declare Christmas a federal holiday?
1790
1870
1910

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What happened in England for the last time in 1960?
A song unrelated to a TV talent show topped the charts
A white Christmas
The Post Office delivered letters on Christmas Day

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Why did the early church appoint Dec. 25 as the date for Christmas?
To have another holy day such as Easter
To honor the date of Christ's birth
To rival pagan winter solstice celebrations

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Why did early Christmas carolers go singing door to door?
For good cheer
For money
For food

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What British ruler canceled Christmas upon assuming power?
Henry VII
Elizabeth I
Oliver Cromwell

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When did stores begin advertising for Christmas shopping?
1750
1820
1905

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What is Boxing Day?
A day for taking down Christmas decorations.
Boxing Day is a holiday intended to give servants, who had to work through Christmas, a break.
Boxing Day is a holiday intended to give servants, who had to work through Christmas, a break.

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Where did the tradition of outdoor lights during Christmastime originate?
Outdoor lights started with the early church as a symbol of the Magi's star.
Beginning in the 17th century, people would light up the outside of their homes to guide traveling families.
Saint Francis of Assisi lit an outdoor nativity scene to spread the Christian faith.

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Which of these would NOT have been served for Christmas dinner in medieval Britain?
Goose
Turkey
Peacock

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What's one reason that Jesus' given birth date of Dec. 25 may be accurate?
Christ is believed to have been conceived on March 25th
Jesus' birth is believed to have happened near the winter solstice
A rival diety also had a December 25th birthday

C+, Christmas Confused

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are a bit Christmas confused! While you may know the basics when it comes to the Christmas season, you're a bit foggy when it comes to Christmas on a whole. Fret not, at least you learned something new along the way.

B+, Christmas Bright

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are truly Christmas bright! While you may not be the world's foremost expert on the history and culture of Christmas, you do have a very strong base knowledge. Go ahead and share some of these facts with your friends!

A+, Christmas Clever

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are truly Christmas clever! There aren't many things that you don't know about this amazing holiday. From holiday traditions to the history, you know this holiday better than just about anyone else.
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1
What was given on the fourth day of Christmas?
French Hens
Calling Birds
Turtle Doves
2
Which popular Christmas song was originally written in German by a Catholic priest and a school teacher?
Silent Night
Hark the Herald Angels Sing
Jingle Bells
3
What year did the U.S. government declare Christmas a federal holiday?
1790
1870
1910
4
What happened in England for the last time in 1960?
A song unrelated to a TV talent show topped the charts
A white Christmas
The Post Office delivered letters on Christmas Day
5
Why did the early church appoint Dec. 25 as the date for Christmas?
To have another holy day such as Easter
To honor the date of Christ's birth
To rival pagan winter solstice celebrations
6
Why did early Christmas carolers go singing door to door?
For good cheer
For money
For food
7
What British ruler canceled Christmas upon assuming power?
Henry VII
Elizabeth I
Oliver Cromwell
8
When did stores begin advertising for Christmas shopping?
1750
1820
1905
9
What is Boxing Day?
A day for taking down Christmas decorations.
Boxing Day is a holiday intended to give servants, who had to work through Christmas, a break.
Boxing Day is a holiday intended to give servants, who had to work through Christmas, a break.
10
Where did the tradition of outdoor lights during Christmastime originate?
Outdoor lights started with the early church as a symbol of the Magi's star.
Beginning in the 17th century, people would light up the outside of their homes to guide traveling families.
Saint Francis of Assisi lit an outdoor nativity scene to spread the Christian faith.
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Which of these would NOT have been served for Christmas dinner in medieval Britain?
Goose
Turkey
Peacock
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What's one reason that Jesus' given birth date of Dec. 25 may be accurate?
Christ is believed to have been conceived on March 25th
Jesus' birth is believed to have happened near the winter solstice
A rival diety also had a December 25th birthday

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