Easy English listening Lesson 15 – Halloween Night

Halloween is fun.
My mom buys candy.
My Mom buys potato chips.
My Mom buys chocolate bars.
It is for the trick or treaters.
My Mom buys me a costume.
It is a ghost costume.
I am going to be scary.
My sister is going to dress up as a princess.
She will have a wand.
She will have a crown.
She will look beautiful.
My Dad buys a pumpkin.
It is going to be a Jack O’Lantern.
We draw a face on the pumpkin.
We carve the face with a knife.
Our Jack O’Lantern looks funny.
We go trick or treating.
We knock on the neighbour’s door.
We say, “trick or treat.”
Our neighbours give us candy.
We say thanks.
We go to many houses.
We go home.
Our parents check our candy.
It’s safe.
We eat lots of candy.
We don’t feel very good.
We go to bed.

Exercise for this lesson:

  1. What is Halloween?
  2. What does the speaker’s mom buy for trick-or-treaters?
  3. What costume does the speaker wear?
  4. How does the speaker’s sister dress up for Halloween?
  5. What does the dad buy to make a Halloween decoration?
  6. How do they create their Jack O’Lantern?
  7. What do they do when they go trick-or-treating at their neighbors’ houses?
  8. What do the neighbors give the speaker and their sister?
  9. What do the parents do with the candy when they get home?
  10. How does the paragraph end?

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