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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #89107: Huge Christmas lights
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    Huge Christmas lights




    Huge Christmas lights

    SCOTTSBURG, Indiana. -- Mark Obermiller has put out 135,400 lights. He has connected them with five miles of extension cord. He expects a wattage bill alone of $800. He has already spent $40,000 in his Xmas lights.

    Lights are absolutely everywhere on and around Obermiller's house.

    They form words, characters and lines. There is also a parking lot for visitors.

    And there are sounds synchronized with the lights. Visitors tune to 88.7 FM, Obermiller's own radio station, for a Christian message and musical accompaniment.


    VOCABULAIRE 

    LES 10 TERMES A RETENIR DU TEXTE:
    > light = lumière
    > extension cord = rallonge
    > wattage bill = facture d'électricité
    > to spend, spent, spent = dépenser
    > everywhere = partout
    > sound = son
    > to tune to =se brancher sur
    > to spread (spread, spread) = se répandre
    > Christian = chrétien
    > accompaniment = accompagnement





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    1. Who is Mark Obermiller?
    2. Why is there a parking lot near his house?
    3. What is 88.7 FM?








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