A celebratory conversation about the festive season

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A celebratory conversation about the festive season

Overview: A celebratory conversation is bound to happen as the festive season is around the corner. The world is set to celebrate Christmas and welcome the New Year with utmost positivity and hope and good vibes. Why not forget the past and make ourselves ready for the future as we live in the present?

Given this, let’s take a look at a celebratory conversation about the festive season of Christmas and the New Year!

Friend 1: Hey, now that we have got a break from studies and part-time jobs and we have a few days in our hands, why don’t we celebrate this New Year’s Eve and Christmas somewhere outside?

Friend 2: Yeah, we need some time for ourselves after being through so much.

Friend 1: Yes, absolutely. I mean the world is going through such a difficult time of the pandemic and there is a threat about the new variant spreading rapidly all around the world.  

Friend 2: Yes, with all of these difficult times and staying at home throughout the year, we can at last go for a day and live that day.

Friend 1: So do you have anything in mind?

Friend 2: Yes, I was thinking that we could go to the mall and do the shopping and we can have something delicious to eat and can chill throughout the day. Also, now that we don’t have any work, we can come home a bit late too.

Friend 1: Sounds good but is it safe to go outside?

Friend 2: Look, we have completed both our vaccinations and we are going to follow all the Covid protocols, so I don’t think there should be any problem!

Friend 1: That is true! Okay then. Let’s plan out and tell our parents.

Friend 2: yeah, come on. Let’s go!


  • The phrase “to have a few days in hand” does not literally mean to catch a few days in hand, but, it means that you have some time of a few days.
  • Protocols: The word protocols means ‘rules’. It is a synonym for the same.
  • Synonyms are similar words that can be used in place of the actual word.