The letter to Santa - verbs

The letter to Santa

It was Christmas time, and the workers at the post-office were sorting through the letters from the children that were addressed to Santa Claus. And one of the letters really the attention of one of the workers. It :

Dear Santa Claus,
I' a good boy all year long but my family is really poor, and if I a warm coat, I would be able to play outside and I'd be able to keep warm at home because the house is really cold, and, if I had a warm hat, my ears wouldn't get all red and the kids wouldn't make fun of me. I'm so embarrassed, the kids always of me and at my red ears. And I I had a pair of gloves to my hands warm because I my parents get firewood for the fire and my hands just . If I had a good pair of gloves, I so cold and frozen. And I would really like a video game too. If I had a video game, I'd be able to talk about it with all the other kids, I'd be so happy.

Merry Christmas Santa.

This boy sounded so poor and unhappy that the worker and sought out his colleagues, and they all to give some money, each one gave a dollar, five dollars, ten dollars, and they about eighty dollars, and a nice warm coat for the boy, a nice warm hat, and a video game, and they it to his house for Christmas.
So after Christmas, they a letter addressed to Santa Claus from Little Tommy. It said:

Dear Santa Claus,
Thank you for all the wonderful presents. I love the warm winter coat. I didn't use to play outside because I was so cold, but now I do and I just love it.
I love the nice wool hat, it's perfect. My ears used to get all red and I used to be so embarrassed when the boys made fun of me, but they that anymore, and I'm really happy.
I also to you for the video game, I used to imagine how great it would be to play and now I know.
Unfortunately, I didn't get the gloves. I guess those incompetent losers at the post-office them.

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