All I Want For Christmas is You Mariah Carey and Justin Bieber

 

 

PRE-LISTENING .

  1. Before you listen, read each line OUT LOUD and try to fill in the blanks with the correct word. 
  2. Use common sense and your knowledge of sentence structure. For example, what kind of word is missing, a noun, verb, adjective etc.?
  3. Pay attention to the words and think about words that naturally go together - expressions you already know, or have heard. 
  4. Trust yourself. You know more than you think - especially if you read the sentences OUT LOUD

 

LISTENING:

Watch and listen as many times as you need to. Then fill in the missing words. Check to see if your guesses in part 1 were correct. 

 

I don't   a lot for Christmas
There is just one thing I
I don't care about the 
underneath the Christmas 

 

I don't need to hang my 
there upon the 
Santa Claus won't  me happy
with a  on Christmas Day

 

I just want you for my
more than you  ever know
Make my wish come 
All I want for Christmas is you
You 

 

Oh I won't for much this Christmas
I won't even wish for 
And I'm just gonna  keep on
underneath the 

 

I won't make aand send it
to the Northfor Saint Nick
I won't even stay to
hear those magic reindeer

 

'Cause I just   you here tonight
holding on to me so 
What   can I do?
Baby all I   for Christmas is you
You, baby

 

Oh all the lights are 
so   everywhere
and the  of children's
laughter fills the 

 

And everyone is 
I hear those sleigh bells 
Santa won't you   me the one I really need?
Won't you  bring my baby to me?

 

Oh I don't  a lot for Christmas
This is all I'm  for
I just want to see my baby
 right outside my door

 

Oh I just want you for my 
more than you could ever 
Make my wish come
Baby all I want for  is
You baby

All I want for Christmas is baby
All I   for Christmas is you baby
All I want for  is you baby

 

 

DISCUSSION QUESTIONS 

 

  1. What do you want for Christmas? Why? 
  2. What is the best Christmas gift you have ever received? The worst? Tell what happened?  
  3. Which would you appreciate more, a gift that someone made for you, or an expensive store-bought gift?
  4. Do you think people spend too much on Christmas? Why or why not?
  5. How much should people spend? 
  6. Do you think families and couples should set a specific limit on how much each person spends on Christmas? How much should it be?
  7. What are the best gifts children, teenagers can get for their parents? 
  8. Has shopping for Christmas taken all the joy out of Christmas and simply added stress? Why or why not? How could this situation be changed, improved? 

 

 


 



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