Leisure conversation questions
- What does "leisure" /ˈleʒər,BrE ˈliːʒərAmE/ mean for you?
- In British English "leisure" rhymes with "pleasure" (in Portuguese lazer rhymes with prazer). What do you think of this happy coincidence?
- The dictionary defines "leisure" as the absence of duties or work activities. Do you spend your free time actively or "just" resting?
- How much free time do you have to yourself?
- Do you like to spend your free time alone or in company? Why/why not?
- How much free time do you spend on the net? Would you like to spend more or less?
- If we all worked fewer hours a week, we would have more time to spend on leisure activities and there would be more people working. Discuss.
- How much leisure time do you need?
Activities[edit | edit source]
Would you regard the following activities as leisure, work or boring?
- Doing things on your computer
- Cleaning the house
- Walking 20 kilometres in the countryside
- Cleaning your car
- Watching the Eurovision song contest
- Learning English
- Going to the disco.
- Going to the beauty parlor
- Exchanging stickers
- Listening to music
- Watching tv series
- Reading a book
See also[edit | edit source]
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