What a ‘Pun’derful Christmas!

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For my first English challenge I’ve decided to do something a little different. Surprisingly, I already know all the English Christmas greetings so it didn’t feel much like learning these would be much of a challenge. If you haven’t already read it, check out my Clear the List post for December where I explain my special festive Advent challenge.

If you are anything like me then you will love a good pun. There is a pun for every occasion, and Christmas is no exception. I have searched the internet for my favourite selection of Christmas puns. This will be great for anyone that wants to learn some advanced English. It is surprisingly difficult to understand common wordplay in a new language and will help strengthen your understanding of grammar.

Disclaimer – The images I use on my blog are always my own but on this occasion I have made an exception so I can share my favourite Christmas pun cards with you all. Below each image is a link to the seller so you can find them too.

Seasons Greetings Christmas Cards Pack Of Six

Seasonings Greetings – Not on the high street

Iguana wish you a Merry Christmas – Etsy

Christmas Crackers Pack Of Six Cards

Christmas Crackers – Not on the high street

Merry Christmas to my Significant Otter – Etsy


Have a Roarsome Christmas – Etsy

Christmas Card Avacado

This one I actually saw in a Paperchase so I can credit myself for this photo.

Now I am feeling really festive. What is your favourite Christmas pun? Let me know in the comments below.

Tomorrow I will be telling you all about the food I eat with the family over the Christmas period. Don’t miss it!

Ciao for now!


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