Arbeitsblatt: Reading Christmas cracker

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8. Schuljahr
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12.12.2019

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Reading Test Unit 1 Deadline: Friday, December 13th 2019 NW4 ./ 10 first name: . Read the text Heres joke – but warn you its not good. What kind of football do peas and carrots play? Vegetaball. Im afraid this the sort of joke one hears on Christmas Day. Its because the first thing people do when they sit down to their Christmas dinner table is to pull cracker. would better describe Christmas cracker: Take cardboard tube like the one you get in the middle of roll of toilet paper. Then wrap it with piece of coloured paper thats far too wide and use two ribbons That leaves enough paper at each end for two people sitting next to each other at the dinner table to take hold of and pull. Its like tug of war. When you pull hard, the cracker breaks and goes bang!. Now you take your paper hat. The hats inside the crackers look like crowns, but they are very democratic: they make everyone look equally silly. Funnily enough, Queen Elisabeth doesnt wear her crown when she appears on television to at three oclock in the afternoon to give her Christmas message. Her subjects, though, if they are watching, are probably still wearing theirs. Theres also gift in the cracker. Its surprise, usually something cheap and plastic. Above all, the cracker contains joke – the sort of joke that makes you groan. Now for the all-important ritual: everyone reads out his or her joke before eating. Its not bad tactic. Even bad joke helps you enjoy your food and make dull dinner bearable. above all cardboard cracker dull gift bearable groan pea tug of war wrap vor allem Karton Knaller /Knallfrosch langweilig Geschenk erträglich stöhnen Erbse Seilziehen einwickeln Give answers 1. What do you need to make your own cracker? (3) . 2. What do you put in Christmas cracker? (3) . 3. When (time and day) does the queen give her Christmas message? (2) . 4. What does the queen wear on her head while delivering her Christmas message? (1) . 5. What do people do in the UK before eating their Christmas meal? (1) . Reading Test Unit 1 Deadline: Friday, December 13th 2019 NW4 ./ 16 first name: solution Read the text Heres joke – but warn you its not good. What kind of football do peas and carrots play? Vegetaball. Im afraid this the sort of joke one hears on Christmas Day. Its because the first thing people do when they sit down to their Christmas dinner table is to pull cracker. would better describe Christmas cracker: Take cardboard tube like the one you get in the middle of roll of toilet paper. Then wrap it with piece of coloured paper thats far too wide. That leaves enough paper at each end for two people sitting next to each other at the dinner table to take hold of and pull. Its like tug of war. When you pull hard, the cracker breaks and goes bang!. Now you take your paper hat. The hats inside the crackers look like crowns, but they are very democratic: they make everyone look equally silly. Funnily enough, Queen Elisabeth doesnt wear her crown when she appears on television to at three oclock in the afternoon to give her Christmas message. Her subjects, though, if they are watching, are probably still wearing theirs. Theres also gift in the cracker. Its surprise, usually something cheap and plastic. Above all, the cracker contains joke – the sort of joke that makes you groan. Now for the all-important ritual: everyone reads out his or her joke before eating. Its not bad tactic. Even bad joke helps you enjoy your food and make dull dinner bearable. above all cardboard cracker dull gift bearable groan pea tug of war wrap vor allem Karton Knaller /Knallfrosch langweilig Geschenk erträglich stöhnen Erbse Seilziehen einwickeln Give answers 1. What do you need to make your own cracker? (1) cardboard tube, piece of coloured paper, crown, gift and joke. 2. What do you put in Christmas cracker? (1) crown, gift and joke. 3. When does the queen give her Christmas message (1) She holds her speech on Christmas day at three oclock in the afternoon. 4. What does the queen wear on her head while delivering her Christmas message? (1) She doesnt wear her crown. 5. What do people do in the UK before eating their Christmas meal? (1) Everyone reads out his or her joke in front of all guests