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to look at and interpret letters or other information that is written
to produce a picture with pencil, crayon, chalk on paper, cardboard, …
to create an image with a substance that is applied as a liquid or paste that adds colour to an object
to try to catch fish or to find something else in water
an instrumental or vocal sound organised in time
to produce harmonious sounds with one’s voice
to move your body to music
a device used to produce music
a keyboard musical instrument, usually ranging over seven octaves, with white and black keys
any set of computer networks that communicate using the Internet Protocol (IP), the World Wide Web
an activity for amusement or an individual's performance in a sport or a game
a pursuit or activity with rules performed either alone or with others, for the purpose of entertainment
a game of strategy or chance played on a specially designed board; often involves two or more opponents moving pieces and using dice or cards
a set of items or objects gathered together by a person
to gather together similar items or items belonging to a particular theme, particularly for a hobby
the art and occupation of taking pictures with a camera
the collective noun for games played on a tabletop, usually with several balls, one or more of which is hit by a cue
a two-player boardgame played with a board of eight rows of eight squares of alternating colours and 16 pieces for each player
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Read the following text. You can also listen to it. Then choose from the list below what Peter likes and what he doesn't like. Use the colour yellow for the things he likes and the colour orange for the things he doesn't like.
Peter has a new penpal. He introduces himself in his first e-mail. He writes:
"Hi Daniel. How are you? I'm fine. My name is Peter and I'm 16 years old. I come from London. In my free time, I do a lot of things. For example, I like playing the guitar and listening to music. I don't like reading though. I rather like playing games with my little brother and going outside. When I'm outside, I prefer riding my bike or playing football. Even though I like sports, I don't like playing volleyball or tennis. And I hate running! However, sometimes I like to go swimming. I also enjoy going to the city and meeting my friends. When I'm in the city, I can't stand sightseeing. What are your hobbies, Daniel? Do you like sports? Hope to hear from you soon! Take care, Peter."