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  • soda
  • snacks [snæks]
  • dancing
  • wine [waɪn]

1. Inviting someone to a party

Dialog
A: Hi, Mona. What are you doing tonight?
B: Umm, I’m going to the gym in an hour. Why?
A: I’m having people over for a little birthday party at seven.
B: Happy birthday! I’d love to come. And I know the perfect gift for you.
A: Thanks! Paul’s making a big chocolate cake later.
B: Ooh, cake! I can bring some snacks, or wine and sodas.
  • Are you going to that party on Wednesday?
  • I’m getting together with some friends in an hour.
  • We’re having some friends over to dinner later.
  • She’s making the cake tomorrow.
     
  • Are you free on Sunday?
  • Would you like to come to a party?
     
  • What time should I come?
  • Thanks for the invitation
  • I’m afraid I’m busy.

2. Talking with people at a party

Dialog
[SALLY] Hey, Todd. Thanks for coming.
[TODD] Thanks for inviting me! It’s a great party.
[SALLY] How’s your wife feeling?
[TODD] poor Angela. She had a cold.
[SALLY] I’m sorry to hear that. Give her my best.
[TODD] I will. So, what’s happening with you?.
[SALLY] not much. I’m going to the birthday party next week, My grandmother’s 87.
[TODD] Eighty-seven! That’s amazing.
[SALLY] yep, it is. What about you? Anything new?
[TODD] Well, Take my wife go to the bangkok.
[SALLY] Wow! That sounds wonderful!
[TODD] Angela is sick. I should go.
[SALLY] I understand. Thanks again for the coming.
[TODD] Bye! Have a good evening. Thanks for the party! See you soon.

2.1 party expressions

  • Thanks for coming to the party.
  • Thanks for having this party.
  • Anything new?
  • Great snacks. Do you enjoy cooking?
  • How are you feeling?
     
  • That sounds incredible. [ɪn’kredɪb(ə)l] ,惊人的
  • That’s awful!
     
  • It’s late. I should go.
  • Say hello to Jose. (向若泽问好)
  • Thanks for the amazing party!

3. Discussing vacation plans

  • tickets
  • film festival
  • films
  • parade [pəˈreɪd]
  • costume [‘kɒstjuːm] n. 服装
  • entertaining [entə’xteɪnɪŋ]
  • crowded [‘kraʊdɪd]
     
  • What are you going to do?
  • I’m going to go to the film festival.
  • How many films are you going to see?
  • Are you going to drive there?
  • I’m going to take the train.
  • Hmm. What are you going to do after that?

A: Which costume are you going to wear?
B: Let me see … The red one, I think.

A: Is the festival going to be crowded?
B: Hmm … I don’t know.

Dialog
A: Hi
B: I and my parents are going to go on vacaton.
A: you go on the vacation. Great! where are you going?
B: I’m going to travel to Scotland.
A: Nice, What are you doing to do there?
B: I’m going to see 7 films and 4 night
A: Fantastic! That’s a lot movies.
B: I’m going to the mountains. It’s beatiful.
B: We are going to go skiing.
Dialog
DONALD: I’m going to the Fresh Film Festival this summer.
LIZA: Sounds like fun. What films are you seeing?
DONALD: Lots. Look – there are hundreds in the program .
LIZA: Are the tickets expensive?
DONALD: Fifty dollars. But there are so many different events.
LIZA: What? You’re paying Fifty dollars a ticket? Sounds very entertaining.
DONALD: Yeah. There’s a big parade on the first night. It has about a thousand people.

LIZA: What are you going to do at the festival?
DONALD: We are going to dance in the parade.

3.1 expressions

  • I’m going to an exciting festival.
  • They’re showing films from many countries.
  • I know! The festival is a lot of fun.
  • Exactly. A good film is very entertaining.
     
  • There are some cool events this weekend
  • People are wearing costumes
  • There’s a long parade with music and dancing.
  • I enjoy watching the fireworks.
     
  • Wow! This place is really crowded.
     

4. Describing a holiday or celebration

  • partying
  • Diwali [diːˈwɑːli]
  • celebrate
  • How long does Carnaval last for?
  • The big events last four days.
  • We usually party for a week.

Dialog main
A: Hi,Sorry, we are…
B: How are take? I like music.
A: Yup. It’s summer. you know everybody celebrate it right now
B: It’s Carnaval.
A: Carnaval.
C: How do you celebrate?
A: Some my friends are come to school.
C: Sounds good !
B: How long does Carnaval last?
A: The big events last a few days, We usually party for a week.

4.1 expressions

  • How long does it take to walk from the hotel to the parade?
  • It takes a half-hour.
     
  • The big events last four days
  • We celebrate for a week.
  • I party a lot during the summer.
  • What do you do during Carnaval?
     
  • How long does it take to walk?
  • I usually visit my family for 10 days.
  • We celebrate for a week.
Dialog two
LEAH: How long does the Sun Festival last ?
JASON: It lasts, um, six days.
LEAH: What do you do during the festival?
JASON: Let’s see … We eat and dance for a week. We celebrate the sun …
LEAH: Sounds fantastic .
JASON: Definitely. I’m going to make my own costume this year.
LEAH: Wow! How long does it take to make a costume?
JASON: I’m slow. It takes me about three weeks.

4.2 asking about a holiday or celebration

  • A: How do you celebrate New Year’s?
  • B: We usually watch the big fireworks show.
  • A: What do people usually do?
  • B: They usually have a big meal.
     
  • A: How long does the holiday last?
  • B: People usually celebrate for six nights.
  • A: What do people do during the festival?
  • B: They dance and sing songs.

4.3 adjectives

  • special - ordinary
  • entertaining - dull
  • funny - serious
  • colorful - colorless
  • gorgeous [‘gɔːdʒəs] - hideous [‘hɪdɪəs]
  • popular - unpopular
  • noisy - quiet
  • crowded - empty

4.4 writing

The Sziget Festival is my favorite. This big festival lasts for 4 days, The Sziget Festival is a special place with a forest. There are 10 entertaining, crowded events every day. They have popular music and art exhibitions. People usually camp in the forest and have great fun.