Read the dialogue.
— I've got great news! We're going hiking this weekend.
— Well, I don't think it's a good idea.
— Why is that?
— There'll be hail and rain on Saturday, probably.
— If so, we'll just go to a café or something, but I'm sure that everything is going to be okay.
— Really? Why?
— The weather forecast said that the storm would hit over town, so I think we'll be okay. We're going to pick some berries, ride the bike, take some photos... The forest is magnificent in autumn. All those colours!
— Well, I can't agree with you. In autumn everything is wet and damp. And I catch a cold every two weeks. I love summer — holidays, no school, no homework, just pure relaxation. I'm really looking forward to next summer...
— I see your point. But still we can enjoy the moment.
— Well, maybe. What about winter? Do you like freezing cold as much as rain?
— Haha, actually, I do. In winter you can go skiing, ice skating, snowboarding, you can play hockey, snowballs, you name it! Isn't it wonderful?
— For me — not really... I like warmth and sun. I spend most of winter reading books and drinking hot tea.
— Tastes differ, that's OK. But I have an idea. We'll take you with us on our next hiking trip. You'll love it!
— Oh no, not hiking! I've got a better idea. Come to my place and we'll play the new board game I bought last week.
— Okay, that's nice too!
Fill in the phrases:
1. I don't think idea
2. In autumn and dump.
3. come and we'll play