HOBBIES & PASTIMES (A1)( (A2)

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WHAT DO YOU LIKE DOING  IN YOUR FREE TIME?

WHAT ARE YOUR HOBBIES OR PASTIMES?

HAVE A LOOK AT THE VOCABULARY BELOW:

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WHAT DO YOU LIKE DOING IN YOUR FREE TIME?

I LOVE GOING TO THE CINEMA AND TRAVELLING. I ALSO ENJOY EATING OUT WITH MY FAMILY AND PLAYING WITH MY CHILDREN . I DON´T MIND COOKING BUT  I REALLY HATE DOING HOUSEWORK, SPECIALLY IRONING.

WHAT ABOUT YOU?

 

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Posted on January 11, 2015, in DOCTOR GRAMMAR, WORDS, DON´T COME EASY! (VOCABULARY) and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. María Puchades March

    When I have free time, I like going with friends to dinner. I like to traveling around all the world. I like cooking a lot. I like driving in a good car 🙂 I like going to cinema , to dancing tango. I like to reading . But ussually a have few free time, because I work in the airport, so it is complicated to combine mi social life with my bussines life.

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