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LEISURE
TIM
E: SPORTS
COMMON MISTAKES
SEEN IN STUDENTS’ WRITINGS
“ALSO, WE GO SWIMMING.”
“ALSO, WE GO SWIMMING.”
Apart from that, we go swimming.
Besides, we go swimming.
We also go swimming.
We go swimming too.
“NORMALLY, SHE PREFERS WATCHING SPORTS ON TV. ALTHOUGH,
SHE SOMETIMES GOES TO THE STADIUM”
“NORMALLY, SHE PREFERS WATCHING SPORTS ON TV. ALTHOUGH,
SHE SOMETIMES GOES TO THE STADIUM”
Normally, she prefers watching ...
“SHE PRACTISES LOTS OF SPORTS, AS
FOOTBALL”
“SHE PRACTISES LOTS OF SPORTS, AS
FOOTBALL”
She practises lots of sports, such as football.
She practises sports like foot...
“SHE LIKES THE FOOTBALL”
“SHE LIKES THE FOOTBALL”
She likes [-] football.
“I ASKED HER IF SHE LIKED FOOTBALL
AND SHE SAID ME NO”
“I ASKED HER IF SHE LIKED FOOTBALL
AND SHE SAID ME NO”
I asked her if she liked football and she said no.
I asked her if s...
“SHE LIKES WATCHING ON TV FOOTBALL”
“SHE LIKES WATCHING ON TV FOOTBALL”
She likes watching football on TV.
“AND ALSO HE LIKES BEING AN
SPECTATOR”
“AND ALSO HE LIKES BEING AN
SPECTATOR”
And he also likes being a spectator.
“HE LIKES TO PLAY BETTER TENNIS”
“HE LIKES TO PLAY BETTER TENNIS”
He would like to play tennis better.
He would like to play better tennis.
“I DON’T KNOW SKI”
“I DON’T KNOW SKI”
I don’t know how to ski.
I can’t ski.
“HE SURFS VERY WELL”
“HE SURFS VERY WELL”
He can surf very well.
“SHE IS AT SCHOOL ALL THE DAY”
“SHE IS AT SCHOOL ALL THE DAY”
She is at school all day (long).
“SHE IS LEARNING YET”
“SHE IS LEARNING YET”
She is still learning.
“SHE PREFERS DOING SPORTS THAN
BEING A SPECTATOR”
“SHE PREFERS DOING SPORTS THAN
BEING A SPECTATOR”
She prefers doing sports to being a spectator.
She likes doing sports, r...
“SHE NEVER HAS WON A TROPHY”
“SHE NEVER HAS WON A TROPHY”
She has never won a trophy.
“SHE WOULD LIKE TO LEARN SWIMMING”
“SHE WOULD LIKE TO LEARN SWIMMING”
She would like to learn how to swim.
“SHE DIDN’T ENJOY IN/WITH THAT CLASS”
“SHE DIDN’T ENJOY IN/WITH THAT CLASS”
She didn’t enjoy that class.
She didn’t enjoy herself in that class.
“HE PLAYS FOOTBALL ON SATURDAYS
MORNING”
“HE PLAYS FOOTBALL ON SATURDAYS
MORNING”
He plays football on Saturday mornings.
“SHE PREFERS GO TO CLUBBING”
“SHE PREFERS GO TO CLUBBING”
She prefers going clubbing.
“SHE SHOULD BE MORE FIT”
“SHE SHOULD BE MORE FIT”
She should be fitter.
“HE SAYS THAT PLAY SPORTS IS BETTER”
“HE SAYS THAT PLAY SPORTS IS BETTER”
He says that playing sports is better.
“SHE DOES YOGA ONE TIME A WEEK”
“SHE DOES YOGA ONE TIME A WEEK”
She does yoga once a week.
“SHE DOES SWIMMING TWO TIMES A WEEK”
“SHE DOES SWIMMING TWO TIMES A WEEK”
She goes swimming twice a week.
“HE PLAYS TENNIS VERY BAD”
“HE PLAYS TENNIS VERY BAD”
He plays tennis very badly.
He is useless at tennis.
“SHE WOULD LIKE TO BE IN FIT”
“SHE WOULD LIKE TO BE IN FIT”
She would like to be fit.
She would like to be in good shape.
“SHE PRACTISES AEROBIC”
“SHE PRACTISES AEROBIC”
She does aerobics.
“SHE PRACTISES FOOTING”
“SHE PRACTISES FOOTING”
She goes jogging.
She goes running.
“SPORTS ON TV ARE VERY BORED”
“SPORTS ON TV ARE VERY BORED”
Sports on TV are very boring.
“PLAYING SPORTS IS MORE FUNNY”
“PLAYING SPORTS IS MORE FUNNY”
Playing sports is more fun.
Playing sports is more enjoyable.
Playing sports is more entert...
“ONE DAY, WHILE HE WAS PLAYING TENNIS, HE BROKE AN UNCLE/DOLL”
“ONE DAY, WHILE HE WAS PLAYING TENNIS, HE BROKE AN UNCLE/DOLL”
One day, while he was playing tennis, he broke his ankle/wr...
“SHE HAS WON SEVERAL TROPHYS”
“SHE HAS WON SEVERAL TROPHYS”
She has won several trophies.
“I DIDN’T LIKE THE GYM CLASS”
“I DIDN’T LIKE THE GYM CLASS”
I didn’t like the PE class.
I didn’t like the Physical Education class.
“MY CLASSMATE SAID ME THAT HE
DIDN’T LIKE SPORT”
“MY CLASSMATE SAID ME THAT HE
DIDN’T LIKE SPORT”
My classmate told me (that) he didn’t like sport.
My classmate said (that...
“SHE PLAYED VOLLEYBALL BUT NOW SHE DOESN’T”
“SHE PLAYED VOLLEYBALL BUT NOW SHE DOESN’T”
She used to play volleyball, but now she doesn’t.
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NI2 - Leisure time: sports (writing mistakes)

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  1. 1. LEISURE TIM E: SPORTS COMMON MISTAKES SEEN IN STUDENTS’ WRITINGS
  2. 2. “ALSO, WE GO SWIMMING.”
  3. 3. “ALSO, WE GO SWIMMING.” Apart from that, we go swimming. Besides, we go swimming. We also go swimming. We go swimming too.
  4. 4. “NORMALLY, SHE PREFERS WATCHING SPORTS ON TV. ALTHOUGH, SHE SOMETIMES GOES TO THE STADIUM”
  5. 5. “NORMALLY, SHE PREFERS WATCHING SPORTS ON TV. ALTHOUGH, SHE SOMETIMES GOES TO THE STADIUM” Normally, she prefers watching sports on TV. However, she sometimes goes to the stadium. Although she prefers watching sports on TV, she sometimes goes to the stadium.
  6. 6. “SHE PRACTISES LOTS OF SPORTS, AS FOOTBALL”
  7. 7. “SHE PRACTISES LOTS OF SPORTS, AS FOOTBALL” She practises lots of sports, such as football. She practises sports like football, karate, etc. She practises lots of sports, for example football. She practises lots of sports, for instance football.
  8. 8. “SHE LIKES THE FOOTBALL”
  9. 9. “SHE LIKES THE FOOTBALL” She likes [-] football.
  10. 10. “I ASKED HER IF SHE LIKED FOOTBALL AND SHE SAID ME NO”
  11. 11. “I ASKED HER IF SHE LIKED FOOTBALL AND SHE SAID ME NO” I asked her if she liked football and she said no. I asked her if she liked football and she told me she didn’t.
  12. 12. “SHE LIKES WATCHING ON TV FOOTBALL”
  13. 13. “SHE LIKES WATCHING ON TV FOOTBALL” She likes watching football on TV.
  14. 14. “AND ALSO HE LIKES BEING AN SPECTATOR”
  15. 15. “AND ALSO HE LIKES BEING AN SPECTATOR” And he also likes being a spectator.
  16. 16. “HE LIKES TO PLAY BETTER TENNIS”
  17. 17. “HE LIKES TO PLAY BETTER TENNIS” He would like to play tennis better. He would like to play better tennis.
  18. 18. “I DON’T KNOW SKI”
  19. 19. “I DON’T KNOW SKI” I don’t know how to ski. I can’t ski.
  20. 20. “HE SURFS VERY WELL”
  21. 21. “HE SURFS VERY WELL” He can surf very well.
  22. 22. “SHE IS AT SCHOOL ALL THE DAY”
  23. 23. “SHE IS AT SCHOOL ALL THE DAY” She is at school all day (long).
  24. 24. “SHE IS LEARNING YET”
  25. 25. “SHE IS LEARNING YET” She is still learning.
  26. 26. “SHE PREFERS DOING SPORTS THAN BEING A SPECTATOR”
  27. 27. “SHE PREFERS DOING SPORTS THAN BEING A SPECTATOR” She prefers doing sports to being a spectator. She likes doing sports, rather than being a spectator.
  28. 28. “SHE NEVER HAS WON A TROPHY”
  29. 29. “SHE NEVER HAS WON A TROPHY” She has never won a trophy.
  30. 30. “SHE WOULD LIKE TO LEARN SWIMMING”
  31. 31. “SHE WOULD LIKE TO LEARN SWIMMING” She would like to learn how to swim.
  32. 32. “SHE DIDN’T ENJOY IN/WITH THAT CLASS”
  33. 33. “SHE DIDN’T ENJOY IN/WITH THAT CLASS” She didn’t enjoy that class. She didn’t enjoy herself in that class.
  34. 34. “HE PLAYS FOOTBALL ON SATURDAYS MORNING”
  35. 35. “HE PLAYS FOOTBALL ON SATURDAYS MORNING” He plays football on Saturday mornings.
  36. 36. “SHE PREFERS GO TO CLUBBING”
  37. 37. “SHE PREFERS GO TO CLUBBING” She prefers going clubbing.
  38. 38. “SHE SHOULD BE MORE FIT”
  39. 39. “SHE SHOULD BE MORE FIT” She should be fitter.
  40. 40. “HE SAYS THAT PLAY SPORTS IS BETTER”
  41. 41. “HE SAYS THAT PLAY SPORTS IS BETTER” He says that playing sports is better.
  42. 42. “SHE DOES YOGA ONE TIME A WEEK”
  43. 43. “SHE DOES YOGA ONE TIME A WEEK” She does yoga once a week.
  44. 44. “SHE DOES SWIMMING TWO TIMES A WEEK”
  45. 45. “SHE DOES SWIMMING TWO TIMES A WEEK” She goes swimming twice a week.
  46. 46. “HE PLAYS TENNIS VERY BAD”
  47. 47. “HE PLAYS TENNIS VERY BAD” He plays tennis very badly. He is useless at tennis.
  48. 48. “SHE WOULD LIKE TO BE IN FIT”
  49. 49. “SHE WOULD LIKE TO BE IN FIT” She would like to be fit. She would like to be in good shape.
  50. 50. “SHE PRACTISES AEROBIC”
  51. 51. “SHE PRACTISES AEROBIC” She does aerobics.
  52. 52. “SHE PRACTISES FOOTING”
  53. 53. “SHE PRACTISES FOOTING” She goes jogging. She goes running.
  54. 54. “SPORTS ON TV ARE VERY BORED”
  55. 55. “SPORTS ON TV ARE VERY BORED” Sports on TV are very boring.
  56. 56. “PLAYING SPORTS IS MORE FUNNY”
  57. 57. “PLAYING SPORTS IS MORE FUNNY” Playing sports is more fun. Playing sports is more enjoyable. Playing sports is more entertaining.
  58. 58. “ONE DAY, WHILE HE WAS PLAYING TENNIS, HE BROKE AN UNCLE/DOLL”
  59. 59. “ONE DAY, WHILE HE WAS PLAYING TENNIS, HE BROKE AN UNCLE/DOLL” One day, while he was playing tennis, he broke his ankle/wrist.
  60. 60. “SHE HAS WON SEVERAL TROPHYS”
  61. 61. “SHE HAS WON SEVERAL TROPHYS” She has won several trophies.
  62. 62. “I DIDN’T LIKE THE GYM CLASS”
  63. 63. “I DIDN’T LIKE THE GYM CLASS” I didn’t like the PE class. I didn’t like the Physical Education class.
  64. 64. “MY CLASSMATE SAID ME THAT HE DIDN’T LIKE SPORT”
  65. 65. “MY CLASSMATE SAID ME THAT HE DIDN’T LIKE SPORT” My classmate told me (that) he didn’t like sport. My classmate said (that) he didn’t like sport
  66. 66. “SHE PLAYED VOLLEYBALL BUT NOW SHE DOESN’T”
  67. 67. “SHE PLAYED VOLLEYBALL BUT NOW SHE DOESN’T” She used to play volleyball, but now she doesn’t.

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