PART 1: mmmEnglish Making & Baking at Christmas!


Practice English and learn about Christmas baking traditions! Have you been invited to someone’s house to celebrate Christmas this year, but you have no idea what to take? You are going to love this!
In Part 1 of this video I’ll tell you about my family’s Christmas traditions and make my special Christmas trifle and in Part 2, native English speakers will explain their own Christmas baking and making traditions! Watch Part 2 here: https://youtu.be/5qbWKsqUYI4

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Merry Christmas friends!

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20 comments

  1. Ha! the appearance is crackajack 😃 the video is useful as usual, not only speech way but for skills in a kitchen as well 😊 the trifle is incredibly tasty ( I’m sure 😉 )

  2. Hi Emma, thanks, this was a nice lesson. I have a question, maybe this falls more in the realm of phrasal verbs, when you say: “everyone dresses up scary costumes”, how different is to say: “everyone dresses scary costumes”?, what is the function of “up”? Is it really necessary? Is there any rule for using this? I noticed other similar phrases but with “out”. 🙂

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