Ubiqus Translation Newsletter: December 2017  

 

December is finally here and the countdown to Christmas is well and truly underway. As a change to the regular newsletter, we’ve replaced the usual topical articles with our ‘Christmas Around the World’ quiz.

See if you can fill in the blanks below and then answer the questions to win some Ubiqus prizes! Submit your answers using this link and we’ll contact the winners on Tuesday 19th December 2017 to let them know what they’ve won.

 

 

 

Christmas Around The World Quiz 

 
Germany: The Germans hang something unusual from their Christmas trees. The first person in the household to find the [___] decoration gets an extra gift.

 

Slovakia: In Slovakia the head of the family takes a spoonful of food at the beginning of Christmas dinner and throws it at the ceiling. It will usually be Loksa, a traditional Christmas dish made of [___], bread and water.

 

Ukraine: Although usually associated with Halloween, Ukrainians decorate their Christmas trees with [___].

 

Japan: [___] is the traditional Christmas meal in Japan. It is so popular that people need to reserve tables at the fast food chain on Christmas day.

 

South Africa: Many would squirm, but the South Africans eat deep-fried [___] of the emperor moth at Christmas.

 

Venezuela: Roads closed on Christmas day? Not a problem in Venezuela! People [___] to Christmas Mass

 

2017 has been a year of growth and success for the Ubiqus translation team and none of this would be possible without the clients who rely on us for their translation needs on a daily basis, so we want to send a special thank you to everyone we have worked with throughout the year. If there are any last minute requirements before the Christmas break then contact us on 0207 269 0370 or alternatively you can e-mail infouk@ubiqus.com – Ubiqus offices are open until
22nd December, from 27th – 29th December and from 2nd January 2018.

If you have any questions or comments for the Ubiqus Translation Team, contact us here. You can also follow us on LinkedIn and Facebook or stay in tune with our Blog.
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