1. My name’s Maria. What do I do in my free time? I go swimming and play tennis. I don’t play a musical instrument, but I listen to music. I like jazz.
2. My name’s Dev. Free time? Let me see. I do karate and I play the piano. And I play computer games, too.
3. My name’s Anna. In my free time, I read books – novels mostly. I don’t play any sports, but I do yoga. And I go jogging.
4. My name’s Caspar. I don’t play any sports. In my free time, I go to the cinema or watch TV. I go to restaurants with my friends, too. I love food.
What sport do you play?
Do you like watching sport?
Are you a member of any sports clubs?
Receptionist: Good morning, Brownton swimming pool.
Tyrone: Hello, I’d like some information about the water polo club.
Receptionist: Yes, of course. We have an under 14s club, an under 16s club, an under 18s club and an adults club. How old are you?
Tyrone: I’m 15.
Receptionist: OK, so you want the under 16s club.
Receptionist: Just a moment ... yes, we have two places in the under 16s club.
Tyrone: When do they train?
Receptionist: Let’s see, the under 16s train two evenings a week, on Mondays, no sorry, on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:30 – 8:00pm. And matches are on Saturday mornings.
Tyrone: When does the training start?
Receptionist: Training starts next week, on September 2nd.
Tyrone: OK. And how much are the classes?
Receptionist: Classes are free for under 18s.
Tyrone: Great! What do I have to do to join?
Receptionist: You have to come to the swimming pool and complete a form. You need to bring a photograph too.
Receptionist: Can I take your name?
Tyrone: Yes, it’s Tyrone Williams.
Receptionist: OK, thanks. Tyrone.
Tyrone: Thanks. Bye.
Jack: Hi, Ismael. How are you?
Ismael: Hi, Jack. I'm OK but I’ve got loads of homework.
Jack: Me too, but would you like to come with us to the cinema tonight?
Ismael: Who's 'us'?
Jack: Me, Jamie, Nicola and Selina.
Ismael: OK, and what's the film?
Jack: We don't know. We can't decide. There's that new horror film, 'Light and Dark'.
Ismael: No, no, no! I don't like horror films.
Jack: OK, well, there's a comedy about a school.
Ismael: Oh, no more school, please! What about a romcom?
Ismael: You know, romantic comedy, boy meets girl ...
Jack: What? Really? No, I hate romantic films. I like action.
Ismael: Well, there's a new science fiction film, 'Alien attacks'.
Jack: OK, I like science fiction. Let's see that.
Ismael: OK, I'll ask the others if they like sci-fi.
Jack: What time is the film?
Ismael: At 8 o'clock. Let’s meet at 7:30 outside the cinema.
Jack: OK. See you later.
Do you prefer to spend time indoors or outdoors?
Which outdoor activity is the healthiest?
What would you do if you went camping but the weather suddenly changed?
Paul: Sara, I've been looking forward to our yearly campout for three weeks. [Me too] It's going to be a wonderful day for hiking tomorrow. The great outdoors. Camping under the stars . This is the life.
Sara: Yeah, but Paul, I'm a little bit worried about the weather though. The weatherman said it was going to rain later tonight.
Paul: Ah. nonsense. Nothing can spoil our adventure. Those weather reports are never right.
Sara: And it said there was a chance of high winds.
Paul: Ah. Don't worry.
Sara: Paul. Paul. Did you remember to bring our raincoats just in case, like I told you?
Paul: Uh . . . no. I left them on the front porch.
Sara: What are we going to do now?
Paul: We'll have to sleep in the car! Hurry get in!
Sara: So, Paul, what are we going to do now?
Paul: How about playing a card game?
Sara: Uhh. I left them next to the picnic table. [Hmmm] Hey, you don't want me to go out in this rain and get them, do you?
Paul: No. That's okay. So what now?
Sara: Well, we could head down the mountain and stay at that hotel we passed on the way up, or go home.
Paul: Hmm, why don't we just make the best of it here and hope the weather clears.
Sara: That's a good idea.
What is the best place for a first date? Why?
What questions can you ask on a first date?
Girl: He's here. Bye Dad.
Dad: Wait, wait, wait . . . Where are you going?
Girl: Dad. I've already told mom. I'm going out tonight.
Dad: Who with? You mean you're going on a date?
Girl: Yeah. Mom met Dirk yesterday. [Dirk!?] He's sooo cool. We're going on a double-date with Cindy and Evan.
Girl: I have to go.
Dad: Wait, wait. I want to meet this guy.
Girl: He's waiting for me.
Dad: Well, so what are you going to do tonight? Going to the library?
Girl: Dad! We're going out to eat, and then we're going to catch a movie.
Dad: What movie and what is it rated?
Girl: It's a science fiction thriller called . . . well, I don't know what it is called, but it's rated PG.
Dad: And where's the movie showing?
Girl: Down at the Campus Plaza Movie Theater.
Dad: Hey, I was thinking about seeing a movie down there tonight, too.
Girl: Ah, Dad.
Dad: Hey, Let me meet that guy.
[Father looks out the living room window . . .
Hey, that guy has a moustache!
Girl: Dad. That's not Dirk. That's his older brother. He's taking us there! Can I go now?
Dad: Well . . .
Girl: Mom said I could, and mom knows his parents.
Dad: Well . . .
Dad: Okay, but be home by 8:00.
Girl: Eight!? The movie doesn't start until 7:30. Come on, Dad.
Dad: Okay. Be back by 11:00.
Girl: Love you, Dad.
Dad: Love you, too.