The house-warming party
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A great idea
The Fernandez family welcomes two families to their house-warming party. Both families live in the neighbourhood. The adults sit on the porch in the back-yard and prepare the barbecue. The children run around in the garden and get to know each other. They talk about their hobbies.
I'm Michael and this is my brother Josh. I play tennis every weekend and I like football. Josh plays football, too. His team practises every Tuesday. What kind of sports do you play?
I also play football! But I am not on a team yet.
I don't play much sport. But after school, I like to ride my bike or go swimming. Sometimes I like playing football as well.
Hey, let's play football! We have a ball in the.. erhm.. what do you call that in English?
She points to the garage.
That? Oh that's the garage.
Right. The garage. Thanks Michael. Let's go and get the ball.
They get the ball and play football together. After some time, they are really thirsty.
How about something to drink? Let's go inside.
Pedro goes into the kitchen with Michael and Josh. Anna stays outside. She walks over to the adults. They are talking about football. Mr. Smith from next door tells Andreas that he works for the Bristol football stadium.
I can get some cheap tickets to the weekend games. How about we all go?
Yeah, that's a great idea! I'm sure the kids would really enjoy it.
Yes, please daddy! Let's go to a football match! That would be so great! Could we go inside the stadium before everyone else?
Mr. Smith winks at her.
Let's see what I can do!
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