Halloween party





stove take out celebrate
funny look (2) pumpkin
wow yummy take/took/taken
grea look at put/put/put
fancy costume wear/wore/worn
cloak put it on wizard (2)
ghost sheet (2) make/made/made
mask put on cupboard
scary hurray vampire (2)
oven lantern match (3)
yucky play (2) well done
ready steady here you are
trick come on trick-or-treat
treat string come/came/come
fun candle






Hi I’m Jack and I live in London. This is how we celebrate Halloween at my house.

Jack: “Sally, what are you doing?”
Sally: “This is a pumpkin. I’m making a pumpkin lantern — it’s our Halloween party this evening.”
Mother: “It’s the 31st of October, Jack. Do you want to help?”
“Jack: “Yes, please.”
Mother: “Okay open the cupboard. Take out a candle and some matches. Now put the candle inside the pumpkin.”
Sally: “Look at its face.”
Jack: “Wow! What a great pumpkin lantern!”

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We wear fancy dress costumes for a Halloween party.

Jack: “Oh look a black cloak!”
Sally: “Put it on.”
Tom: “I’m a wizard!
Sally: “Here’s a hat. Put it on.”
Tom: “Great a wizard’s hat! Sally what are you wearing?”
Sally: “I’m wearing a sheet; I’m a ghost.”
Tom: “Do you want to wear this mask?”
Sally: “Yes, please.”
Tom: “Scary!”

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We have lots of food for the party. We help my mum make the food.

Mother: “What are you making for the party, Sally?”
Sally: ” I’m making some sandwiches. Scary sandwiches!”
Jack: “I’m making scary pizzas, mum.”
Mother: “Oh very scary! Can I put them in the oven?”
Jack: “Yes, please.”
Mother: “What are you going to be at the party?”
Sally: “I’m going to be a ghost.”
Jack: “And I’m going to be a wizard!”

Mother: “It’s 5 o’clock! Put your costumes on!”

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Our friends come to our house for the party.

Everyone looks scary!

Devil: “Happy Halloween!!!”

Ghost: “Happy Halloween! Who are you?”
Vampire: “I’m a vampire!”
Black Cat: “I’m a black cat.”

Witch: “Time to eat, everyone!”
Everyone: “Hurray!!!”

Vampire: “I like the pizza; its yummy!”
Ghost” Do you want a sandwich?
Devil: “No thanks.

Witch: “Who wants more orange juice?”
Everyone: “Yes, please.”

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We play special Halloween games: apple-bobbing is fun.

Ghost: “Go on, Jack!”
Witch: “You can do it!”

Hurray! Well done!

Witch: “Now let’s play apples on strings!”
Everyone: “Yeah!”
Witch: “How about you, Saly?”
Ghost: “Yes, please!”

Witch: “Ready, steady, GO!”

Ghost: “I can’t do it.”
Wizzard: “Come on, Sally!”


Wizzard: “The Trick-or-treaters!”

Trick-or-treaters come to our house on Halloween.

Trick-or-treaters: “Trick-or-treat! Trick-or-treat!”
Wizzard: “Mum!”
Witch: “Here you are. Have a treat.”
Trick-or-treaters: “Thank you.

Witch: “Would you like a treat too?”
Father: “Oh yes, please. Thank you!
Trick-or-treaters: “Happy Halloween!

Halloween is scary and fun at our house!

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Halloween. Jack and Sally are Canadian. True or false?

Thanksgiving. On that day, the 31st of October, were they going to celebrate Sally’s birthday?

Black Friday. They were making paper airplanes. Is this right or wrong?

Winter Solstice For the Halloween party, did Jack put on a suit and tie? Did Sally wear an evening dress?

Christmas. For food, they prepared shish kebabs and sushi. Is this correct or incorrect?

New Years. Did only their family attend the Halloween party? What were they dressed as? What did they wear? What did they dress as?

International Workers’ Day. Everyone played video games. Yes or no?

Valentine’s Day. At the end, were there some visitors? Did visitors come by at the end?

Maslinitsa. Did everyone enjoy the Halloween party?
Easter Holiday. In my city, everyone celebrates Halloween. True or false?

Carnival. Do you have costumed festivals? Are there traditional festivals with costumes?

Mother’s Day. What are some popular costume or legendary characters?

Oktoberfest. What might happen in the future?

Summer Holiday. Should people celebrate Halloween more? Should costume parties become more popular?

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