Helicopter Easter Egg Drop
Happy Easter Sunday! This is Mitch Lee. I'm here at City Park. Look at all the people! Are they here for free food and drinks? No. They're here for the helicopter Easter egg drop! In a few minutes, a helicopter will come and drop thousands of Easter eggs on the ground. Inside the eggs, there are prizes or candy. The kids are ready to get the eggs. Everyone looks excited. Let me go talk to some parents.
Hi, why are you here today?
We want to try something different this Easter, and this way I don't need to spend time boiling and coloring eggs.
How about you, sir?
I can't think of any new places in the yard to hide Easter eggs. So, City Park is a great place for my children to have some fun. The whole activity is a new kind of experience for them.
- helicopter [ˋhɛlɪkɑptɚ] n.
How many people can the helicopter carry?
- city [ˋsɪtɪ] n.
Sara and her brother live in New Taipei City.
- a few [əˋfju]
She bought a few things from the store.
- ground [graʊnd] n.
There are some kids sitting on the ground.
- prize [praɪz] n.
He often wins first prize in talent contests.
- candy [ˋkændɪ] n.
The dentist told me not to eat too much candy.
- excited [ɪkˋsaɪtɪd] adj.
She is really excited about winning the game.
- boil [bɔɪl] v.
The water is boiling. Please turn off the gas.
- yard [jɑrd] n.
There is a big old tree in Grandma's yard.
- hide [haɪd] v.
Charlotte hid the food in her drawer.
- experience [ɪkˋspɪrɪəns] v; n.
Jenny has ten years' experience of teaching English.
- break [brek] n.
Let's take a break.
- sound [saʊnd] v.
Having a big dinner on Saturday sounds like a good idea.
- Watch out! [`wɑtʃ 'aʊt]
Watch out! The floor is very wet.
- free [fri] adj.
Buy two watermelons and get one free.
- kind [kaɪnd] n.
There are many kinds of animals in the zoo.