1. Q: What kind of a party are they at?
A: They’re at a Halloween party.
2. Q: What are they dressed as?
A: They’re dressed as pumpkins.
A: They went us pumpkins.
3. Q: On Halloween, children knock on their neighbors’ doors and ask for something. What do they ask for?
A: They ask for candy.
4. Q: How do they ask for the candy?
A: They say, "trick or treat."
5. Q: On what day in October is Halloween?
A: It’s on the 31st.
A: It’s on October 31. (Use the ordinal number when pronouncing the date: thirty-first.)
*Thanks to my student Marzia for providing this great picture.
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