Today’s Christmas Quiz Question – Day 14!

Find today’s question below for your chance to win YTA’s Christmas Competition! Don’t forget you can catch up with all the previous questions below!

  • Today’s QuestionComplete this Christmas Carol “O Little Town of _________” –  Submit your answer here
  • 1st December Question – In which country is Father Christmas known as Weihnachtsmann?
  • 2nd December Question – In which country does Christmas Day occur first: New Zealand or Canada? 
  • 3rd December Question- True or false: There are three towns/cities in the United States named Santa Claus?
  • 4th December Question – What is Boxing day also known as: a) St Martin’s Day, b) St Joseph’s Day, c) St Stephen’s Day?
  • 5th December Question – What brought Frosty the Snowman back to life: a) A hug, b) A scarf, c) A silk hat?
  • 6th  December Question – Which of these companies was the first to use Santa Clause in an advertisement? : a) Pepsi b) Coca- Cola c) 7-Up d) Fanta
  • 7th December Question –  In what year was “A Christmas Carol”, by Charles Dickens, published? a) 1765 b) 1843  c) 1860  d) 1906
  • 8th December Question – The name of Scrooge’s dead business partner:  a) James Willcot  b) John Mantis  c) Jacob Marely  d) Jimmy Booth
  • 9th December Question – Which ocean is Christmas Island in: a) Pacific Ocean  b)Atlantic Ocean  c) Indian Ocean  d) Arctic Ocean
  • 10th December Question – What Christmas beverage is also known as “milk punch?” 
  • 11th December Question – What animated 2004 film is about a train that carries kids to the North Pole on Christmas Eve?
  • 12th December Question – Miracle on 34th Street” centres on what real-life department store?
  • 13th December Question – In the movie “A Christmas Story,” what was the name of the next-door neighbours whose dogs ate the Christmas turkey?

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