Give your students three wishes. Put them into groups and get them to present and explain their wishes to the others in the group.
1. In more formal English, we use the subjunctive form 'were' and not 'was' after 'wish'. See here for a discussion of this.
2. See here and here for grammar notes on talking about wishes.
3. You can watch all the 2013 Super Bowl ads here. Many of them provide useful material for English teaching activities (comprehension, discussion, grammar, vocabulary, etc.).
4. You can find a detailed synopsis of the Toyota commercial, including an explanation of the 'tire' joke, here.
KALEY CUOCO: Hey there Henderson family. I'm your RAV 4 genie. Your wish is my command.
DAD: I wish the old spare tire was gone.
KALEY CUOCO: Really? Out of everything? Well, okay.
DAD: Oh no, I meant...
DAUGHTER: I wish animals could talk.
KALEY CUOCO: Much better.
SQUIRREL: I wish the old spare tire was gone.
MOM: Oh I wish I could eat as much chocolate as I want.
DOCTOR: Well, your chocolate levels are dangerously low. Gladys is going to start you on a chocolate IV, and here's some free samples.
DAUGHTER: I wish I was a princess. I want you to avenge my father's death!
DAD: I'm right here!
SON: I wish I was an astronaut.
MOM: I wish...
DAD: May I please have a turn? I said infinite wishes.
KALEY CUOCO: I heard witches.
DAD: Can I just have my first wish?
RADIO: Now with Sirius XM.
DAD: Is the dog really necessary?
KALEY CUOCO: Yep. Knees up.
VOICEOVER: The all-new RAV4. Toyota, let's go places.