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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #88584: Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer
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    Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer

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    Rudolph, the red-nosed reindeer is a popular American story written by Robert L. May in 1939.

    This film was created in 1964.

    Supply the missing words based on the dialogue.

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    -Mrs Claus: Eat, Papa, !

    -Santa: How can I eat? That silly elf song is !

    -Mrs Claus: You're gonna the children. They expect a Santa.

    -Elf: Latest weather report, Sir.

    -Santa: Well, this is it. The storm won't by tonight. We...We'll have to cancel .

    -Mrs Claus: Papa, are you ?

    -Santa: Everything's . Oh, the poor kids! They've been so good this year too. But I couldn't it. I'll have to tell everybody that it's all off this year.

    Quiet! Quiet, please, everybody, quiet! Quiet! I've got some news, folks. Christmas is going to be . There's nothing I can do: this weather. Rudolph! Rudolph! Please, could you it down a bit? I mean, that nose of yours! Uh that nose! That beautiful, wonderful nose!

    -Rudolph: ?

    -Santa: Rudolph, Christmas is not and you're going to lead my team!

    -Rudolph: I am?

    -Santa: Yes, sir! You and that wonderful of yours!

    -Rudolph: My nose, sir?

    -Santa: Ho, ho, ho! From what I see now, that'll through the murkiest storm they can up! What I'm trying to say is . 'Rudolph with your nose so bright, won't you guide my sleigh tonight?'

    -Rudolph: It will be an , sir!

    -Donner: I knew that nose would be useful some day. I knew it all !

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