Traditional Christmas carols

During the holidays, many people love to listen to Christmas carols or chants de Noël, as they're known in French.

How well do you know your Christmas carols? Get into the spirit of the festive season by playing this quiz!

1. Which traditional English carol does Charles Dickens mention in his famous story A Christmas Carol?
2. The first line of the 18th-century carol "Joy to the World" ends with the words “Placeholder for the answer.”
3. The carol "O Christmas Tree" comes from Placeholder for the answer.
4. The Latin carol "Adeste fideles" is known in English as “Placeholder for the answer.”
5. In the well-known carol that begins with a partridge in a pear tree and ends with twelve drummers drumming, Christmas lasts for twelve days instead of one. What period does the term “the twelve days of Christmas” refer to?
6. In the carol "Here We Come A-Wassailing," the word "wassailing" means “Placeholder for the answer.”
7. The Canadian carol "'Twas in the Moon of Wintertime" was first written in Placeholder for the answer.
8. The German carol "Stille Nacht" is known in English as “Placeholder for the answer.”
9. The carol "The First Nowell" was written originally in Placeholder for the answer.
10. While not strictly a Christmas carol, the song "Auld Lang Syne" is sung during the holiday season to welcome in the New Year. What famous Scottish poet gave us the lyrics?