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How the “Jingle Bells” Sounds in Different Languages and Accents

December 15, 2015  |  Difficulty: Easy


Can you imagine how the popular Christmas carol “Jingle Bells” sounds in Japanese, Russian, or in English -- but with an Indian or Aussie twist? Well, take a look at this video:



Did you know?

“Jingle Bells” was published for the first time in autumn 1857, and it was supposed to be associated with Thanksgiving rather than Christmas.


A plaque at 19 High Street in Medford, Mass., claims to be the site where James Pierpont composed the song in 1850:


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