Jack has passed his exams. We're going out to celebrate.
Chinese celebrate the Lunar New Year.
We celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival with some mooncakes.
I've never done..
I've never heard of the place.
I've never been to the States.
A: Do you know when Spring Festival is this year?
B: Yes, it's next Saturday.
A: Oh, good. I thought I had missed it. Are you going to celebrate?
B: I don't have any plans to celebrate. What about you?
A: I'm having some friends and family over for dinner. Do you want to come?
B: Sure. Are you going to do anything special to celebrate?
A: Yes, we're going to have a big meal together, play mahjong, and make dumplings together.
B: When do you plan on eating the dumplings?
A: It's a tradition in China to eat dumplings at midnight.
B: I see. I've never celebrated the Spring Festival before.
A: Well, you should definitely come to mine this year then. We're going to set off some fireworks in the evening too. It will be a lot of fun.
B: Okay, what time should I come by?
A: You can come anytime before six PM.
B: Should I bring anything with me?
A: You don't have to bring anything. But if you want to, you could bring a bottle of wine.
B: OK, should I bring some red envelops for the kids as well?
A: Sure, if you want to. I'm sure they'd appreciate it.