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Sports and recreational facilities

A.
Do you like playing sports?
Which ones do you play?
Which facilities do you use most often in order to play them?

B. Match each word in column A with a word in column B to make a sports and recreational facility. You can type or copy and paste the answers.

A B
Swimming table
Pool court
Tennis field
Soccer area
Running pool
Picnic track
Basketball court

Check answers


C. Write down 5 more sports and recreational facilities that you know.


Teacher's notes
A.
The object of the exercise is to extend students' vocabulary of recreational facilities, using collocation to focus on the place where the sport is played. Students could do this in pairs to practice more speaking. Following pair work, check as a class. Extend the conversation with questions like where, when, how often, etc.
You could also ask about the students' companies' facilities - a good lead in to the next exercise.


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