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HOBBIES (Like/Love/Hate)

HOBBIES (Like/Love/Hate)
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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. Sometimes I play at concerts with other kids. The only problem that my big brother plays the guitar too, and there is only one guitar in the house. He doesn't want me to give the guitar. He wants it all the time! Last month a famous rock singer came to Brazil, and I went to the concert with my brother. It was cool! Hi! I'm twelve years old and I live in Israel. I love dancing. I don't like ballet, but I like salsa. At the end of the year, we had a salsa show. The money is to help sick children. Dancing takes lots of time. Sometimes I don't have time for my homework. And I want to watch television,but I don't have time. That's is my biggest problem.

I can do it! 1. Choose the correct word 2. I can ride a bike I can't paint 3. 4. We choose Morris dance Scottish dance Welsh dance 5. See you later, alligators! I love working out! What do you like doing ? I. Complete the dialog with the proper word(s) from the box. Study the chart! II. Choose the correct option to complete the dialogs below. A: I can't wait for the weekend. B: Me, neither. A: I like in a band. B: Huh. A: Well, when I'm at home, yoga. B: yoga is really relaxing!! A: Hey, Mia, look at me. B: Hold on a second. A: is your favorite activity, isn't it? B: Yes, it is, but sports is cool, too. A: Well, I'm outside. A: Hey, Tom, are you going soccer after school again this therm? B: Actually I really enjoy sports but I may be in the orchestra this term. A: martial arts is cool, too. B: To be honest, I don't mind martial arts, but I'd rather soccer! A: Hey, Megan, you're really good at chess, right? B: Well, I guess so, I really like chess. A: I want a chess teacher. B: Well, I can't you, because I go to the gym every day. A: Every day? B: Yep! A: I can't stand . is my favorite thing.

SPORTS 1. We need eleven players to practise this sport. volleyball football basketball 2. swimming tennis baseball 3. cycling skateboarding skiing 4. boxing ice hockey 5. karate golf table tennis 6. athletics scuba diving 7. bowling 8. judo 9. baketball My favourite sport is suba diving, I like practising it in summer. near the sea on summer and my sister and I catch the grandma's small boat and we go far away from the beach. I also like basketball, I play in a team called "wildcats", we win almost all of the matches. Our coach is really god and he motivates us a lot. What about you? 1. Your. 2. You . 3. 4. 5. It . 6.

like etc I. Choose from go/do/play then write the name of the activity in the square. like + hate + like - love ? like ? hate - like + like - II. 1. 2. 3. you (?) 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. you (?) 15. 16. 17. Classroom Materials We are pleased to share these free materials to download and use in your classroom, including worksheets contributed by fellow teachers and the full text of Fun with Grammar by Suzanne Woodward. Why I am not a fan of the Communicative Approach: Commenting on David Barker's Teacher Talk post, The Shapal Method, a reader asks David Barker why he is not a fan of the Communicative Approach. We love David's response. Video Lessons: Understanding Spoken English with Stacy Hagen Linking with Vowels: Linking can make American English sound very fast. Can/Can't: In American English, "can" and "can't" can be confusing.

10 Minute ESL Games for Kid's Classrooms Learning English as a second language can be difficult and frustrating for children already accustomed to using another language. ESL teachers can use short games that will make learning less stressful while reinforcing vocabulary and comprehension skills. Simple 10-minute games will give students a break from traditional learning and opportunities to use their English language skills. Drawing Vocabulary Game Divide children into two teams and provide a large piece of paper and marker or allow students to use the blackboard or whiteboard. Role Playing Write several real-life situations on index cards and have two students at a time take turns choosing one and acting out the scene on the card in English. Vocabulary Ball Game With children in a circle and a softball, play a game titled "Freeze!" Balloon Volleyball Divide the students into two teams and use a string to make a line they cannot cross. Alphabet Flashcard Games Creative Stories This game can be played in pairs or as a full class.

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