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    Christmas dinner

    Dear teachers,

    I learned in the textbook that on Christmas Eve people would eat turkey. However, I was also told that there are fish dinner and meat dinner for Christmas dinner. Is it true? If it is what's the reason for that?

    Thank you in advance.


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    Turkey is normally eaten on Christmas day, and in some countries (Catholic mostly,I believe) fish is eaten on the 24th.

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