Lesson 13 Life
Fun, Friends and Football!
This Sunday is the Super Bowl.
Rob is having a party.
Susie can bring chips and vegetables.
Taylor appreciates the invitation, but she doesn't know much about football.
Unlike soccer, players can use their hands when they play football.
Taylor can cheer for both teams.
Then she's always cheering for the winning team.
I'm so excited about your party on Sunday, Rob!
What can I bring?
You can bring some chips or vegetables.
Great. I can be there at 4:30.
Is that too early?
No, 4:30 is great.
Maybe you can help decorate.
Sure. How many people are coming?
I'm not sure.
I invited all of our friends and some friends from church.
Do you watch football, Taylor?
No. I don't watch many sports.
Oh, that's OK.
I'm having a Super Bowl party this Sunday.
Can you come?
Thank you for the invitation, but football ...
Super Bowl parties are fun.
I'm preparing a lot of food.
You can come and eat.
OK. Can I bring anything?
You can bring some soda.
Taylor, are you going to Rob's Super Bowl party?
Yes. But I don't know much about football.
That's OK. Football is fun to watch.
Unlike soccer, players can use their hands to throw the ball.
Which team should I cheer for?
You can cheer for both teams.
Yeah. Then you're always cheering for the winning team!