miércoles, 18 de febrero de 2015

UNIT 4 SPORTS


Let´s talk about sports!
We use the verbs play, do and go with sports and activities. Let´s see the differences:
PLAY
Use PLAYwith competitive games that you can play and also with sports or activities which you need a BALL to play.
Examples:
- He plays basketball, football and squash. He loves playing hockey, too.
- Carlos loves playing tennis with his girlfriend.
- I don't like playing table tennis. It's boring.
- We like playing volleyball but we hate playing handball.
Other sports or games you can use with the verb PLAY: Chess (ajedrez), Cards (cartas), Baseball, Golf, American football, etc.
GO
Use GO with activities that you can do alone.
Go is used with activities that end -ing. We go somewhere to do something: 
Examples:
- I go jogging twice a week.
- We go windsurfing every day in the summer.
- My wife loves horse riding. (montar a caballo)
- I hate going swimming very early in the morning.
- She likes going cycling with her children on Sundays.
- Rollerblading (Patinar con patines de ruedas en línea) is my favourite sport. I go rollerblading every day.
Other sports you can use with the verb GO: go skating (ir a patinar), go ice skating (ir a patinar sobre hielo), running, etc.
DO
Use DO with the rest of sports or activities
Examples: - She does gymnastics twice a week.
- I love doing karate.
- I hate doing yoga.

- She doesn't like doing judo every day.

- He loves doing athletics.(atletismo)

Other sports you can use with the verb DO: aerobics, taichi, tawkondo, etc.
Go Do Play
riding aerobics badminton
jogging gymnastics table-tennis
hitch-hiking taekwondo football
fishing judo basketball
sailing karate chess
windsurfing kung-fu cricket
skiing ballet board games
snowboarding exercise snooker
swimming yoga hockey
dancing athletics baseball
skating archery rugby
cycling a crossword puzzle volleyball
running tai chi squash
 
PLAY, DO OR GO + SPORT
LET´S SING THE SONG


AND NOW LISTEN AND READ A BOOK... OR TWO...

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