24 – Using Play, Do, & Go To Talk About Sports Lesson

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We use Play, Do, & Go to talk about sports in English, but how we use those three verbs depends on the category the sport falls into.

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  1. Hi, Michael. 1. In the USA, elementary school kids play soccer and baseball. 2. Michael’s sister does Yoga and runs twice a week. Also, she has been doind karate for more than 10 years. I think a podcast abou ‘off’ would be really interesting 🙂

  2. Hi Michael,

    1. In the U.S., a lot of elementary school kids play soccer and baseball.
    2. Michael’s sister runs and does yoga twice a week. She has also been doing karate for more than ten years.

    I didn’t know we can’t say “play bowling”. How about “play bowl”? There is really a lot to learn about English. Can we use “enjoy” for any sports?


  3. Hi dear teacher
    1.They play soccer and baseball there.

    2.His sister does yoga twice a week and she also has been doing karate for more than ten years.
    You have used “on the weekends” above.Is “at the weekend” correct too?
    Have a good time

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