This is a 2-person, 12 line skit between a grandpa and his granddaughter who is unfamiliar with the Three Kings' Day tradition of bringing gifts to children. The skit contains grammatical structures such as "tener que + infinitive", "ir a + infinitive", "conocer a", as well as useful phrases such as "de verdad" and "que bueno." The English translation is included. The skit is copied 2 per page for student handouts. Tes paid licenceHow can I reuse this?
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