On each of the four Sundays before Christmas (December 24th), one more candle of the Adventskranz (advent wreath) is lit. So on first Sunday in Advent it's one candle, second two candles etc.
It's an advent wrearth
Yes, every Sunday in December.
a wreath of leaves with four candles It translates literally as Advent's wreath. It is normally made using branches from various pine or fir trees. The idea is that one candle is lit on each of the four Sundays leading up to Christmas, until all four are lit
The English word for Adventskranz is advent's wreath
"Adventskranz" =advent wreath It's an wreath, usually made from fir, and 4 candles. Every advent Sunday (4 Sundays before Christmas) one candle more will be lit. So the Sunday before Christmas all 4 candles burn.
Translated it´s an advent wreath. It has four candles, which will be lighted one by one, every Sunday until Christmas.
A Adventskranz is a ring of branches from a fir with 4 candles. It is usually placed on tables a month before Christmas. On every Sunday in the last 4 weeks of Christmas one candle is lit. The time before Christmas is called "Advent" and parted into the 4 weeks (1. 2. 3. and 4. Advent). In a more decorative way it is also hung on doors but then without any candles.
passive is formed this way - be verb + past participleThe past participle of light is lit.The different passive forms are:present simple - is lit, are lit - The lights are lit at duskpast simple - was lit, were lit - The lamp was lit early.present continuous - is being lit, are being lit - The bonfire is being light .past continuous - was being lit, were being lit - The beacons were being lit.present perfect - has been lit, have been lit - The beacons have been lit.past perfect - had been lit - The lamps had been lit.modal - will be lit, could be lit - The lights will be lit at ten.
If you mean lit as in "He lit the candle", then the preset tense for lit is Light. "I am lighting the candle."