A: What do you do on the weekend?
B: Nothing much. I stay home, watch TV, read a book. Just take it easy. What about you?
A: I like to get outside. I usually take a drive, visit friends, or play sports.
B: Oh, what sports do you play?
A: I like to play golf and tennis. Do you play any sports?
B: Not really. I like to watch sports though.
C: What do you like doing in your free time?
F: I like going shopping and hanging out with friends. And you?
C: I like cooking and baking things.
F: Oh, yeah, what do you bake?
C: I bake cake and cookies mainly!
F: Well, I love to eat cookies, so share if you like.
C: OK, I’ll remember you next time.
E: Excume me! Can you explain the assigment again?
H: Sure! You need to read this article and then write a short essay about it.
E: Can I use a dictionary?
H: Yes, you can use a dictionary, so please check your spelling if you need to.
E: OK, Can I write about my family?
H: Sure, just write at least 100 words.
D: Did you go shopping?
K: Yes, I went shopping this morning.
D: Did you buy any cookies?
K: Yes, I got some cookies.
D: Cool, can I have some now?
K: No, not yet. You can have some after dinner.
Transitive Verbs - Grammar Notes
- I bought some clothes online.
- I made pancakes for breakfast.
- He sold his car for 10 dollars.
- She speaks Italian fluently.
- I work at a store downtown.
- I live in the city.
- I exercise every morning.
- I usually sleep three hours a night.
- What did you buy at the mall?
- I bought a new sweater?
- Where did you buy it?
- I got it at the new shop by the cafe.
- What sports did you play as a kid?
- I played baseball.
- What movie did you watch last night?
- I watched the new Star Wars.
- What dishes can you cook?
- I can cook soup and stews.