When Christmas rolls around, we all know how to greet people here at home with a "Merry Christmas" or "Have a happy holiday!" or "Have a great New Year!", but what do Italians say in Italy around the holidays? If you ever plan on spending the Christmas Holiday season in Italy, you need to know the jargon of Natale.
There are a couple that you might already know...Natale is Christmas, Buon Natale is Merry Christmas and Santa Claus is Babbo Natale (Father, or more literally, Daddy Christmas). But there are many phrases you need to know to mix it up a bit.
The Holiday Season itself:
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