Listen to the conversation Christmas gifts and read along with the conversation. Review the key vocabulary and the sample sentences.
Man: Well, Christmas is almost here. So, what do you want from Santa this year?
Micky: A toy car and walkie-talkies.
Man: Really? Well, and what about you, Emily? What do you want for Christmas?
Emily: If I can't have a Barbie radio, um, I would have some fragile dolls. And if I can't have some fragile dolls, it doesn't really matter what I get.
Man: Wow. Well, I'm excited, and Santa is coming. And how is Santa going to get inside the house, Micky?
Micky: Um, go down the chimney . . .
Man: Okay, so he's going to go down the chimney, and should we prepare anything for Santa?
Man: What are we going to prepare for him, Emily?
Emily: Um. We could prepare some cookies for him and some hot chocolate, and, um, we could give Rudolph some, um, hot chocolate in a bowl and a cookie. And we could give some of the reindeer some cookies and some hot chocolate in a bowl.
Man: Well, what do you think? They, Um, reindeer probably don't eat cookies, but what else could we give them, Micky?
Micky: Um, apples.
Man: Ah, that's good. And, uh . . .
Emily: Oranges and bananas.
Man: Okay and what time do you think we should go to bed?
Emily: Um, seven.
Man: About seven o'clock. Well, that's exciting. I'm really happy that Christmas is coming.