No one really knows where the tradition of exchanging gifts at Christmas time began, but it is an important part of celebrating the holiday.
If you know someone who has a foreign name, then this blog post will be perfect for you! In this blog post, we’ve put together 15 gift ideas that are perfect for people with foreign names. There are many popular holiday traditions in the United States, but one of them is exchanging gifts in a show of gratitude and love. If someone you know has an unusual or foreign name then these 15 gift ideas might be perfect for them this year!
A Foreign Language Dictionary (e.g., French) -Bookmarks from their favorite children’s book with their name translated to English on it -Travel themed items like luggage tags, passport holders, etc.-An ornament that says “family” with the country they come from written underneath -Language books appropriate for their age group so they can learn more about different languages as well as expand how much English they understand.-A magazine subscription related to something they’re interested in-Foreign music CDs-A beautiful map of the world with their country highlighted-An art book about landmarks in different cities or countries they come from
A cookbook for one of their favorite types of foods, translated to English if necessary -Postcards and stamps related to places where they are from. This can be a great way to show them how much you respect and love who they are! It’s also nice because it feels like an old fashioned gift.-Foreign language greeting cards that say something specific such as “I’m so glad I met you” or “Happy Birthday!”
If someone close to you has a foreign name then these gifts might make perfect Christmas presents this year!
For more information on giving personalized holiday gifts check out: [link] It’s the holiday season, and if you know someone who has a name from another country – or even just enjoys following international news – they’ll appreciate these gifts. A world atlas: A hand-illustrated map of their home continent is a thoughtful gift for anyone who loves maps. Book on foreign names: One of the best ways to explore different cultures is by learning about them as expressed through names given to children over time. These books cover more than 20 languages with all sorts of explanations about why some parents chose certain monikers. “‘Born in Sinhala Country’: The Name Game in Sri Lanka” “The Stories Behind Every French Name” “Names Across Cultures”
Books on other countrie If they have a long, unpronounceable name and want to be called by their initials or nickname For people who love reading about culture in novels with foreign names like “The Kite Runner” A personalized coffee mug for someone who has an extremely unusual first or last name (or both) that would make it impossible to find one on Amazon.com Some of the most popular gifts among people with uncommon names include customized mugs with the person’s full name etched across it in beautiful cursive writing as well as keychains which are engraved with a monogrammed initial. The options for these types of presents range from cute little trinkets priced at $20 all the way up to expensive items that cost up to $200.For a person who loves the arts and culture of their country If they want to learn about another language for fun or have been living abroad for an extended period of time
-A gift certificate from foreign language bookstore chains like Kalahari Books, where books are translated into various languages including Arabic, Hebrew, Hindi, Korean, Russian and Vietnamese. Another option is Rosetta Stone – which offers programs in 26 languages! (The courses start at around $170.) The more obscure the language they’re interested in learning? The better chance you’ll need to do some research before shopping online since these types of stores tend not to be as big on Amazon’s website. You
So you’ve made a list of names for Santa to visit this year and now it’s time to find presents. Not sure what to give your favorite person with an unfamiliar monogram?
There are plenty of options that will fit any budget, from the practical (a traditional book) to the silly (spicy hot sauce). Here are 15 gifts to get you started.
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Every year I find it difficult coming up with a gift for my friends and family who love foreign names. I have to look through pages of Amazon just to find something that has their name in it, or try to think of what they might want. I decided this year would be different by creating a list of gifts with people’s surnames – if there are any you know about please share!
Japanese: Traditional books from Japan such as “The Tale Of Genji” or the “Shinjuku Thief,” plus Japanese candies like green tea Kit-Kats and Pocky sticks. German: A German dictionary is always great because not only does it help them learn new words but also gives an inside perspective into how they speak. Books like “The Tin Drum” and “Budden brooks,” plus German chocolates.
Portuguese: A Portuguese-English dictionary is a great gift because not only does it help them learn new words but also gives an inside perspective into how they speak, allowing for comprehension on so many levels. Plus books such as Jose Saramago’s “Blindness.”
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Italian: A quick way for someone to learn the language is through Italian music. For a full-immersion experience, buy them an album by one of their favorite artists like Vasco Rossi or Francesco De Gregori and they’ll be talking in Italian before you know it. Danish: For Danes who enjoy cooking as much as reading, “The Best Danish Cooking” will have them begging for more pancake recipes than ever before. Plus books such as Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Little Mermaid.” _link to content_
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