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HOBBIES (Like/Love/Hate)

HOBBIES (Like/Love/Hate)

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IBYC 6e Get ready... Tim: So who’s your favourite family member? Millie: I can’t choose. Our family is really unique. Sophia: Oh really?! Have they got powers just like you? Hobbies/ Things Kids Do After School Hi! I'm Roberto. I'm eleven years old. I come from Brazil. I don't like sport very much, and I'm not very good at it. I like music. 1- Mémoriser le nom des fruits 2- Se présenter Une petite modification avec les formules Good morning , afternoon …. et quelques images pour bien les mémoriser I can do it! 1. Choose the correct word 2. When we talk about things that we do every day, we use the simple present tense. I get up.I take a shower.I get dressed.I have breakfast.I go to work.I start work at 9 am.I have lunch.I finish work.I arrive home.I have dinner.I watch TV.I go to bed. What things do you ro every day? If you have any questions or doubts, please ask in the comments or send me a private message. Follow me on Instagram: @englishyourwaybr or look for the hashtag #LearnEnglishWithCarlo Permanent link to this article:

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