Daily Life - Winter Clothes (C0183)

A:  Bye, mom!
B:  Wait, Jimmy, it's cold outside. Put a hat on!
A:  Ok. Bye!
B:  No, wait, you will be too cold without mittens.
A:  Alright. See ya!
B:  Hold on, with that wind, you're going to catch a cold. Wear this scarf.
A:  Ok, see you after school...
B:  Oh... and ear muffs! Put these on... here we go.
A:  Mom?
B:  Yes, honey...
A:  I... I can't breathe.

Key Vocabulary

mittenhand covering separating thumb from fingers
hold onstop, wait
scarfa long narrow piece of cloth worn around the neck
ear muffa warm tubular covering for the ears
honeyname you call someone you love
hathead covering

Supplementary Vocabulary

snowsuita one- or two-piece outer garment for cold weather, often consisting of heavily lined pants and jacket
gloveshand covering separating all fingers and thumb
coatan outer garment with sleeves, covering at least the upper part of the body
mittsshort for mittens
bootsa covering of leather, rubber, or the like, for the foot and all or part of the leg

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