We’re getting into the full swing of Christmas here at ACET so in keeping with the Christmas theme here are some useful acrostics!
C causative I am busy, so I had my gifts wrapped in the shop.
H homophones The carol singers are here, I can hear them outside.
I infinitive Remember to buy a holly wreath for the door.
S suffix Decorate the tree with homemade decorations.
T transitive Children love to decorate the tree!
M modal You should put up your Christmas tree soon.
A auxiliary I have always enjoyed Christmas.
S superlative I hope you have the best Christmas ever!
C is for Cherries in the Christmas cake
H is for Delicious baked ham
I is for Ice cream with Christmas pudding
S is for Spices added to make tasty mulled wine
T is for Turkey – a Christmas day essential
M is for Mashed potato – another key ingredient
A is for Apple cider – a warming drink on a cold winter’s night
S is for Sweets – a tasty treat indeed
Christmas is a time to enjoy yourself and have fun with your family and friends.
See how many words you can think of beginning with the letters of Christmas in these categories. I’ve given an idea to get started:
Sport and Hobbies C is for Chess
Travel and Holidays C is for Cruise
School and Education C is for Correct