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Lesson 30

Like to do / Like doing
Part 2

Level: Intermediate
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Lesson contents:

- Continuation like to do = like doing
- Acre / hectare conversion
- Phrasal verb hang out (slang)
- Take drives = go for drives

 

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Like to do / Like doing
What do you like to do for fun?
Watch this video, then click on Exercise 1

 


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Teachers:

There's quite a bit of interesting vocabulary in this video, a continuation of lesson 29. For example we learn about husbandry, and hanging out, mowing pastures, and raising hogs.

We also learn bizarre little facts, such as the fact that some Americans equate "Lipton" with soup instead of tea. We learn what a paralegal does, for example, and the fact that an acre is a lot smaller than a hectare.