Teens|Grammar Activating|El|12. All the things we like

Look at the photos and range the activities in the pictures from 1 — interesting to 6 — boring

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Divide the words from the box into the correct categories

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Complete the table with the examples of hobbies and sports

read books / surf the net / take photos / rollerblade / draw / listen to music / play computer games / skateboard / play volleyball / play ice hockey / do sport

Which of the hobbies and sports can you do ... ?

at home outside on your own

with a friend in a team in a sport centre


✔️ I can skate outside or in a sports centre.

I can play video games at home.


 

Look at the photos and guess the actors’ hobbies

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Robert Pattinson

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Emma Watson


Listen to the dialogue and complete the table

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Abbey: Hey, Joe, look at this website about famous people and their hobbies. Look! I love Robert Pattinson.
Joe: You love everyone, Abbey! So what are Robert Pattinson’s hobbies?
Abbey: Well, he likes reading — like me!
Joe: He plays the piano and the guitar. Wow! Look, he also writes songs.
Abbey: And two of his songs are in the film Twilight. That’s my favourite film — well, after the Harry Potter films.
Joe: Look, there’s Emma Watson from the Harry Potter films. How many hobbies does she have?
Abbey: Lots! Look. Painting and drawing, playing sport and singing!
Joe: And she likes learning different kinds of dancing.
Abbey: Yes, she does breakdancing! I’d love to learn breakdancing.
Joe: Me too.

Listen to the dialogue one more time and put the verbs into the correct forms

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Abbey: Hey, Joe, look at this website about famous people and their hobbies. Look! I love Robert Pattinson.
Joe: You love everyone, Abbey! So what are Robert Pattinson’s hobbies?
Abbey: Well, he likes reading — like me!
Joe: He plays the piano and the guitar. Wow! Look, he also writes songs.
Abbey: And two of his songs are in the film Twilight. That’s my favourite film — well, after the Harry Potter films.
Joe: Look, there’s Emma Watson from the Harry Potter films. How many hobbies does she have?
Abbey: Lots! Look. Painting and drawing, playing sport and singing!
Joe: And she likes learning different kinds of dancing.
Abbey: Yes, she does breakdancing! I’d love to learn breakdancing.
Joe: Me too.


Put the sentences in the right place in the picture

like/love/hate + Ving

🔹After the verbs love, like, enjoy, hate, we use -ing form.

Examples:

  • I really love doing sport.
  • I love listening to music.
  • I like going to the concerts.
  • I enjoy reading.
  • I don’t like cooking.
  • I hate playing the piano.

🔹We use like/love/enjoy/hate to talk about the things we like or don’t like doing.

🔹We can use really to say how much we like or hate doing things.

Example: I really hate shopping!


Make affirmative, negative sentences or questions

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Say how you feel about doing these activities. Add your own ideas

drinking tea / going to the cinema / eating vegetables / playing board games / listening to music / cleaning the house / talking on the phone / going for walks / painting pictures / singing

Example: I really like playing board games.

Useful language

  • love
  • really like
  • like
  • … is OK.
  • don’t like
  • really hate

Listen to the dialogue and choose if the sentences are True or False

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Katy: Do you like listening to music?
Dan: Yes, I love music.
Katy: When do you usually listen to it?
Dan: In the evenings. OK, Katy, my turn. Do you like art?
Katy: Yes, I enjoy drawing.
Dan: What do you usually draw?
Katy: People. I’m good at drawing people. Do you want me to draw you?
Dan: Er… No, thanks.


Listen to the dialogue one more time and match the question with the answer

Katy: Do you like listening to music?
Dan: Yes, I love music.
Katy: When do you usually listen to it?
Dan: In the evenings. OK, Katy, my turn. Do you like art?
Katy: Yes, I enjoy drawing.
Dan: What do you usually draw?
Katy: People. I’m good at drawing people. Do you want me to draw you?
Dan: Er… No, thanks.

Turn over the cards and make your dialogues using the patterns in the table

shopping
shopping

 

drawing
drawing

 

running
running

 

playing games
playing games

 

reading
reading

 

watching films
watching films

 


Ask Answer
  • Do you like V+ing?
  • When do you V?
  • What do you V?
  • Why do you like V+ing?
  • How often do you V?
  • Yes, I love V+ing.
  • Yes, V+ing is great!
  • V+ing is OK.
  • No, I hate V+ing.

Example:

— Do you like shopping?
— Shopping is OK. Do you like reading?
— Yes, I love reading.

Watch the video and tick the correct sentence


We use the constructions I’m good at/bad at to talk about things we do well or badly.

We use a noun or ing-form after these constructions.

✔️ I’m good at ice-skating.

   Are you good at geometry?

   We’re not good at running.


You and me together forever and ever
We don’t have to worry about a thing about a thing, no
We can get ’em running, running, running
We can get ’em running, running, running
Just like fire, burning out the way
If I can light the world up for just one day
Watch this madness, colorful charade
No one can be just like me any way
Just like magic, I’ll be flying free
I’mma disappear when they come for me
I kick that ceiling, what you gonna take?
No one can be just like me any way.

The children are good at

a) dancing.

b) singing.

c) doing magic tricks.

Answer: c

Look at the photos and complete the sentences

Look at the adverts and complete the information about the clubs

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Name of the club Details
Football club
Camera club
Chess club
Singing club

Choose and recommend the clubs to your friends

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«I’m 13 years old. Can I go to the football club?» «I don’t know how to play chess. Can I go to the chess club?» «I love pop music. Do they sing pop music at the singing club?»
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«I don’t have a camera. Can I go to the camera club?»

«Which clubs are at school?»

«Are there any clubs at the weekend?»

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The things you have learnt today

  • talk about likes and dislikes;
  • use -ing forms while talking about likes and dislikes;
  • say what I am good or bad at;
  • recommend an after-school club and a free time activity to a friend.

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Match the words to make full expressions

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Look at the pictures and unscramble the words

Listen to the dialogues and do the task

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Dialogue 1: James and Lily

James: Do you like listening to music, Lily?
Lily: Yes, I do!
James: Who’s your favourite singer?
Lily: Justin Bieber.
James: Really? I can’t stand him! He’s terrible!
Lily: I think he’s great! Who do you like, then?
James: I really like Rihanna.
Lily: Rihanna? Mmm, she’s OK.
James: I’m into Katy Perry, too.
Lily: Oh, yes, me too!

Dialogue 2: Hannah and Sean

Hannah: Are you interested in sport, Sean?
Sean: I like watching sports on television, but I don’t do sport.
Hannah: Really? What sports do you like watching?
Sean: Football and ice hockey.
Hannah: I like ice hockey, too! What’s your favourite team?
Sean: The Boston Brewings.
Hannah: Yeah, they’re brilliant!
Sean: What sports do you do?
Hannah: I do karate. And I go running, but not very often.
Sean: Cool!

Dialogue 3: Sally and Tom

Sally: Is that a film magazine?
Tom: Yes, it is. I’m really into films.
Sally: Really? What’s your favourite film?
Tom: Oh, I don’t know. I love lots of different films.
Sally: What do you think of the Lord of the Rings?
Tom: I’m not very keen on it.
Sally: I think it’s really great! I like the book, too.
Tom: Do you read a lot, then?
Sally: Yes, I do! What about you?
Tom: I don’t read books. I prefer magazines.


Dialogue 1


Dialogue 2


Dialogue 3

Read the article

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We love cooking

Isabella Bliss and Georgia Bradford have the same hobby: they love cooking. The two teenagers are both winners of the TV show Junior Masterchef. Isabella is a winner of the show in Australia, and Georgia is a winner of the show in the UK.

Isabella is from Brisbane in Australia. She is always in the kitchen with her twin sister Sofia. Sofia also loves cooking and likes entering competitions. Isabella’s mother is Italian and her favourite food is Italian food. Isabella wants to open a restaurant with her sister in the future. They want to call the restaurant Is-Sofia. The twin sisters also have a cookbook. It’s called A Little Bit of This, a Little Bit of That.

Georgia is from Leigh-on-Sea in England. She loves being in the kitchen. She lives with her parents and her two sisters. She often cooks for her family at home. Georgia’s favourite food is fish. She wants to be a chef in the future. Her other hobby is horse-riding. Her dream is to have a family house with horses and a restaurant in Cornwall. Georgia also wants to cook Italian food in her restaurant.


Choose if the sentences are True or False

Complete the sentences with the given words in the correct form

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cook / dance / fish / paint / read / sing


Choose the correct option

Look at the table and prepare to speak about the children’s likes and dislikes

Example: Anna loves eating ice-cream.

Table


Allow your browser the access to the microphone, press the button «Click to record» and record the speech you have prepared

Урок Homework Курс
  • Popular activities
  • It's your free time!
  • Famous people and their likes
  • She loves dancing
  • About likes and dislikes
  • An interview about free time
  • Make your dialogues
  • Are you good at it?
  • After-school clubs
  • What I can do
  • Hobbies
  • Are you keen on it?
  • They love cooking
  • Likes and dislikes
  • What do they like?