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022 Christmas Chronicles II

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The Weekend - Christmas Chronicles II (C0022)

A: Really, gentlemen, you can’t take me to jail! Don’t

you know who I am? Kris Kringle, you know, Papa

Noel, Pere Noel, Babbo Natale, sheng dan lao

ren!

B: Yeah, Yeah, we’ve heard that one before, haven’t

we Joe?

C: Yeah, last week we booked this guy who claimed

to be the tooth fairy! Can you believe that?

A: It’s Christmas Eve and I have all these presents to

deliver! Where is your Christmas spirit? What will

happen when all the children wake up tomorrow

and don’t find any gifts in their stockings?

B: Sorry buddy, you were parked in a no-parking

zone, you were speeding, and you have no ID!

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c 2008 Praxis Language Ltd.C: Besides that, even if we let you go now, your

sleigh has been impounded and those reindeer

were taken to the city zoo.

A: What! This is unbelievable! What’s this world

coming to? Christmas is ruined!

C: What’s that up ahead? It looks like... elves!!

Elves!! Whoa, they’re shooting candy canes!

Mayday, Mayday, we are under heavy attack! We

need backup!

Key Vocabulary

take someone

to jail

phrase take someone who is arrested to a place where

other criminals are kept

book verb arrest (informal)

claim verb say something is true

when some people say it

may not be true

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c 2008 Praxis Language Ltd.stocking common

noun, singular

large sock; traditionally, Christmas gifts

are put inside on the

Christmas Eve

speed verb drive faster than legal

speed limit

impound verb held by the police

ruined Adjective damaged or destroyed

reindeer common

noun, nonvariable

large deer that lives in

the north part of the

globe

elf common

noun, singular

small creature (in stories) that have pointed

ears and magic powers

candy cane common

noun, plural

a stick-shaped candy

with red and white

curves on the top

under heavy phrase being attacked or hurt

backup common

noun, nonvariable

help

Supplementary Vocabulary

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c 2008 Praxis Language Ltd.charge verb formally accuse someone of a crime

pull someone

over

phrase make a moving car

move to the side of the

road

ambush common

noun, singular

a sudden attack

stocking

stuffer

common

noun, singular

small gifts that are put

in the Christmas stocking

Christmas ornament

common

noun, singular

decoration that is used

to make the Christmas

tree beautiful

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c 2008 Praxis Language Ltd.


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