(Patty and John are chatting during the break)
Patty: I like your T-shirt. It looks nice on you.
John: Thanks. My aunt sent it to me for Easter.
Patty: Easter? How do you celebrate the holiday?
John: There are many activities on that day. I like to paint eggs in beautiful colors and join an egg hunt.
Patty: That sounds interesting!
John: Hey, I'll celebrate Easter at my church this Sunday. Do you want to come?
Patty: Why not? It sounds like a good idea.
(At the church)
John: Look at the eggs in your basket. They're so pretty.
Patty: They taste yummy, too.
John: I feel a little sad because I didn't ﬁnd any. I'm getting hungry, too.
Patty: Here, you can have mine.
John: Thank you.
Patty: Mm... Something smells great! Maybe the buns are ready.
John: Really? Hurry up, Patty. Let's go inside and see.
- chat [tʃæt] v.
I'm chatting with Ken about the movie.
- Easter ['istɚ] n.
Easter is in spring.
- celebrate ['sɛlə͵bret] v.
The parents celebrated their child's birthday with a party.
- holiday ['hɑlə͵de] n.
節日；假日 How was your holiday?
- activity [ækˋtɪvətɪ] n.
My father always plans many weekend activities for me.
- church [tʃɝtʃ] n.
Our family goes to church on Sundays.
- basket ['bæskɪt] n.
This morning, Mom took a basket with her to the market to buy some things.
- taste [test] v.
The bread smells good and tastes delicious.
- feel [fil] v.
After a long day of work, I feel tired.
- smell [smɛl] v.
The steak smells good.
- bun [bʌn] n.
Mom bought some buns to make hamburgers.
- hurry up [`hɝɪ 'ʌp]
Hurry up, or you'll miss the bus.
- inside ['ɪn'saɪd] adv. ; prep.
The box has a lot of money inside, so you should take good care of it.