Merry Christmas, Bill!
Merry Christmas, Gina!
What are you doing there on the computer?
Come have a look. I received many beautiful e-cards. They’re from my friends all over the world?. Christmas wishes for all my friends!
That’s pretty interesting. Did you get one from Helen? The reason I ask is that I’m looking for her number.
Sorry, I don’t have it. But I do have her e-mail. Do you want me to send it to you?
Yeah, that would be great. Thanks.
No worries. I’ll just forward her card and you can get it from the e-mail. I would really like to talk to her again. I kind of miss her a little these days.
Thanks a million.
I’m really glad I got a chance to talk to you before you left, Mary. Have a safe trip!
Thanks. Try not to work too hard while I’m away!
Yeah, I’ll try not to! See you after Christmas.
Okay-bye! Have a nice Christmas.
Happy New Year! Rose.
Happy New Year! Thomas. Come and enjoy some nice drinks with us, will you?
Thank you, I will. What are you up to today?
First,I'm going to get ready for the parade. I have a great costume. Then later today, I'm going to church. If you want,I can give you a costume and you can be in the parade too. It'll be fun. You should come.
Sure,why not? It sounds like fun. Why are you going to church?
My father likes to go and I told him I would go with him.
Lots of people, especially seniors, like to go to church and attend the evening service.
I love singing Xmas songs.
I noticed. I think you started singing carols in November this year!
I try to start a little earlier each year so I can sing as many as possible before the New Year.
And what do you sing on New Year's Eve?
Auld Lang Syne, of course!
That is a funny name for a song.
It's very old and traditional, but it's easy to sing.
Well, we only have a few days left before the New Year, so you had better teach me quickly!