Who will bring my Christmas presents?

"¿Quién va a traer mis regalos de Navidad?"
Spanish A2 writing exercise

Discover who will bring your Christmas presents in Spain this year.

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Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "presents", "to depend on" and "informant".

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Who is going to bring your Christmas presents? Well, it depends on your place of residence. In most of Spain, the Three Wise Men and Santa Claus bring them, but in the Basque Country, the Olentzero does it; in Catalonia, Aragon and Andorra the Tió de Nadal; in Asturias L'Anguleru; and in Cantabria L'Esteru. Also, there are the informants of the Three Wise Men, in Andalusia, these are called Tientapanzas, and they watch if the Andalusian children have eaten well throughout the year to receive their presents.

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