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Topic: Sports


Look at these pictures:

Sports, Fun, Recreation
(Click on pictures to hear pronunciation.)

How many of these sports do you know?

Which one(s) do you like best?

Which one(s) would you like to try?

Who do you usually play sports with?

Why do people play sports?

Do you like to watch professional sports on television?

What is your favorite sport to watch?

Which famous athlete (sportsman / sportswoman) would you like to meet?



1. Tell your partner about your favorite sport.

When and where did you learn the sport?

How often do you play it?

Why do you like it?

Who do you play/do the sport with?

Are you good at it?

2. Ask your partner about his/her favorite sport.

Role Play

3. Ask your partner to join you in a sports activity.

4. Invite your partner to attend a sporting event with you.

5. Pretend you are a famous athlete. Tell about your daily life.


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