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VOCABULARY PRACTICE. most interesting most boring Fill in the gaps with the suitable words

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  1. Interesting or boring? Put these leisure activities in order from most interesting to most boring in your opinion.
gardening, cooking, reading, surfing the Internet, watching videos, listening to music, doing nothing

most interesting most boring

  1. Fill in the gaps with the suitable words.
  1. Do you prefer to go ………. cinema or to watch TV?
  2. We ………. a video last night.
  3. Who ………. James Bond in You Only Live Twice?
  4. Was Clint Eastwood ………. Dirty Harry?
  5. All the big ………. live in Hollywood.
  6. Stephen Spielberg is a famous American film ………. .
  1. Word puzzle. How many words for other types of films can you make with the letters of ROMANTIC?
      C R I M E            
      ___ O ___ ___ ___ R          
    C ___ M ___ ___ Y            
        A ___ T ___ ___ N        
S ___ ___ ___ N C ___ F ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ N
  W ___ ___ T ___ ___ N            
  M ___ ___ I C ___ L            
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  1. We use many various types of equipment and clothing to play different sports. Decide whether the sport is played with the following types of equipment and clothing. Some of the words are used more than once.
Equipment / clothing Sport Answer Sheet
ball, puck, racket, stick, piece, paddle, gloves, board, bat, cleats, pads (knee-pad, shoulder-pad, etc.), clubs, saddle, suit American Football  
European Football  
Horse Racing  
Ice Hockey  
Ping Pong  
Racket ball  
  1. Match the sport activity with the sport itself.
  1. you have to kick a ball into a net
table tennis
  1. you have to hit a ball over a net with your hands
  1. you have to hit a ball over a net with a racquet
  1. you have to throw a ball through a net
  1. you have to hit a shuttlecock over a net with a racquet
  1. you have to hit a ball into a hole with a club
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  1. you have to hit balls into holes on a table
  1. you have to hit a ball over a net on a table
  1. you try to score a home run
  1. Decide between do / go / play. The verbs may need to be conjugated or put in the infinitive or gerund form.
  1. He used to ………. jogging every day when he was at university.
  2. I love ………. a good game of chess from time to time.
  3. She ………. gymnastics for over five years now.
  4. This summer we ………. windsurfing every day on our vacation.
  5. He’s quite the athlete. He ………. basketball, baseball and hockey, too.
  6. My wife ………. horse riding twice a week.
  7. Why don’t we ………. a set of tennis?
  8. Some people think that ………. aerobics four times a week is the best possible way of keeping fit.
  9. His idea of the perfect summer holiday is to rent a sailboat and ………. sailing between the islands of the Tuscan archipelago.
  10. He ………. athletics for his local track club.
  1. Read the following dialogues.

A: Are there any hobbies you do?

B: When I have time, I sometimes draw and paint.

A: Oh, you actually do that?

B: Every so often, I do.

A: Did you always know how to draw and paint?

B: I was taught in high school how to draw and paint.

A: You had an art class?

B: Exactly, it was my favorite class.

A: Well, it’s good that you’re so talented.

B: I appreciate that.

A: Talent is a great thing, I wish I had one.

B: Everyone has a talent. They just need to find it.


A: What kind of music do you enjoy listening to?

B: I enjoy listening to all kinds of music.

A: What kind?

B: I like to listen to Rock and R&B.

A: Why do you like that type of music?

B: I like the kinds of instruments that they use.

A: I think that’s an excellent reason to like something.

B: Thanks, I feel the same way.


A: Did you go to the basketball game on Friday?

B: No, I couldn’t make it.

A: You missed a really good game.

B: Oh, really? Who won?

A: Our school did. They played really well.

B: Too bad I was busy. I really wanted to go.

A: Yeah, you should have. It was really exciting.

B: So what was the score?

A: The score was 101-98.

B: Man, that was a really close game.

A: That’s what made it so great.

B: I’ll make sure and make it to the next one.


  1. Fill in the gaps with these verbs.
play, read, go (4), watch (2), take, listen (2)

I do a lot of sport and in the weekend I ………. tennis or ………. running. I always ………. to the radio in the morning before I go to work and when I get home I usually ………. a DVD or ………. to music. On Saturdays I often ………. sport on TV and my girlfriend and I sometimes ………. dancing in the evening. Oh, and we always ………. swimming on Sunday mornings. When I’m on holiday I usually ………. skiing and ………. lots of books – and I always ………. hundreds of photos!


  1. Read the text below and decide which answer (A, B, C or D) best fits each gap.

Film posters

Film posters used to be considered worthless ephemera once they’d (1) ………. their purpose – to get bums on seats. They took up too much space in warehouses and were destroyed by the thousand. No one (2) ………. it worthwhile to lay them down on acid-free paper to (3) ………. them from discoloring, still less to (4) ………. against pinholes and creases, in (5) ………. of the day when they might be worth large sums of money. With the passage of time, however, more and more people came to regard film posters as works of art, and as the traditional art market is normally beyond ordinary people’s (6) ………. , film posters represented images they could afford.

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