Trick or treat!

"¡Truco o trato!"
Spanish A2 writing exercise

Halloween is here and waiting for you!

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Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "trick or treat", "to dress up", "to take a walk around", "nearby", "sweets", "owner", "to collect", "to threaten", "joke" and "belly".

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Hello, my name is Peter and I am American. One Halloween tradition that I like a lot is "trick or treating". In the evening, I dress up with my friends and we go to the neighbouring houses (in order) to get sweets [US: candy]. If the owners of the house don't want to give (us) anything, then we threaten them with a practical joke but generally all of them give (us) a sweet [US: some candy]. After Halloween, my belly always hurts because of eating too many sweets [US: too much candy].

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