HOBBIES - Koolielu

HOBBIES - Koolielu

HOBBIES A hobby is something you like to do when you are free.

Hobbies make your life more interesting. Music

Some people like to listen to music or play music themselves.

playing the guitar

playing the piano playing the

accordion playing the violin

listening to the radio

Sports Going in for sports is useful to everybody.

It helps you to keep fit and be healthy.

skating skiing

riding roller skating

cycling playing

badminton playing football

fishing Collecting things

People collect lots of different things. Some people collect strange things, like

bones of dead animals.The common things for collecting are

stamps, coins stickers and postcards.

drawing and painting playing

computer games watching

television doing crosswords

Playing board games snakes and ladders

chess reading

gardening

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