My favourite day is the second Sunday of every month. On this day our whole family always goes to the cinema hall to see a film. My father gets the tickets in advance and all of us — my grandmother, my parents, my two brothers and I — take the bus there. In the interval my father buys us peanuts and I love to sit in the darkness of the hall eating and watching the film. Afterwards we always stop to eat ice cream. Everyone is in a good mood and we all feel very lucky that we are such a happy family.
Like every other child, Peter has a favourite day of the month. He loves the second Sunday, as it is a National holiday and he can go out with his family to watch a movie. He explains in detail about the happy events that follow.
The entire family is eager and plans for the big day. The father takes tickets for them in advance, as they already know the date of visiting the cinema hall. Each and every member of the family joins in the happiness, as both the young and the old take part in the joy equally. His family includes a grandmother, his parents and two brothers.
The world of Cinema
Peter takes a bus to the cinema hall with his family. He enjoys the dark theatre and the projector light showing the movie on the screen. In the interval, he gets peanuts and watches the film interestingly, as he eats them. He is also excited about the ice cream that his father gets for him after the movie. Peter is grateful for his wonderful family more than the movie. He would not have experienced the same happiness if he had watched it alone. He cherishes the togetherness and love, more than anything.
Words with different meaning:
Liked the most
A closed building for viewing movies
A piece of paper that serves as evidence for paying money, to book in advance
A type of nut that grows underground
National Council of Educational Research and Training (2006). Honeysuckle. Who I am (pp. 69-73). Published at the Publication Division by the Secretary, National Council of Educational Research and Training, Sri Aurobindo Marg, New Delhi.