What’s the difference between a hobby and leisure



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What’s the difference between a hobby and leisure



Activity?

A leisure activity can be a hobby: gardening, sewing, painting, knitting, collecting, exercising, fishing, etc. are often hobbies. These are things that one does in their leisure time. Leisure time can also be used to relax. Sleeping, watching TV, lounging, etc. are all leisure activities.

Social activities

Match the words and phrases with the pictures:

play pool go ten-pin bowling play darts go folk dancing
go to a yoga class play in a band sing in a choir play bingo

Outdoor activities

Match the words with the pictures:

hill-walking skateboarding rollerblading surfing windsurfing fishing
hunting orienteering camping skiing gardening riding

 

 

 
 

Related vocabulary

Match these sentences to the activities above. The words and expressions in green will help you.

1. I usually use three rodsat the same time – you’ve got more chance of catching something.

2. We go to a park where there are some ramps and we practised different tricks.

3. This is a nice spot! You start putting the tent up and I’ll get the sleeping bags.

4. People say it’s cruel but I never shoot anything that I can’t take home to eat.

5. I need to buy a bigger saddle and some new boots.

6. I prefer downhill to cross-country.

7. I cut the grass at least once a week.

8. You can usually get a pair of blades for around £ 40.

9. The waves are best on the west coast.

10. I use my smallest sail when it’s really windy.

11. All you need is a good pair of walking boots, a rucksack and a waterproof jacket.

12. All you need is a map, a compass, and some luck!

Leisure Time activities.

Here some people talking about their leisure time activities. Can you guess what activity is in each case?

1. I usually use colour, but sometimes you get a better effect with black and white. It really depends on the subject.

2. I really enjoy going round the shops and markets looking for a bargain.

3. I try to practise every day, but sometimes it’s difficult because I don’t like to disturb my neighbours too much. And one neighbour gets very angry if I play the same thing over and over again.

4. The great thing is you can do it when you like. I usually do it three or four times a week – either early in the morning, or after school. I only go for about 25 minutes but it really keeps me fit.

5. Obviously it saves me a lot of money; and in any case, I hate buying things in boutiques because so many things are badly made.

6. I joined a club because I wanted to get better, and I now play twice a week in the evenings. It has helped me a lot and I have a much better memory for all the different moves and strategies.

7. I think this is a very common hobby for people like me, who have a house but I don’t have much money. That’s why I started, but now I think I do a better job than many professionals.

Leisure Skills Secret Code Activity

 
 

Write the letter for each number to solve the answer.

1. Folk, ballet, tap, modern and hip hop are all types of:

 

2.
 
 

Photography, painting, weaving and making things are all types of:

3.
 
 

Parties, board games, picnics and discussions are all types of:

4. Films, movies, storytelling, plays and role plays are all types of:

 

5.
 
 

Tennis, golf, basketball, volleyball and football are all types of:

6. Writing, reading and visiting museums are all types of:

 

7. Camping, hiking, rock climbing, snowboarding and skiing are all:

 

Rhyme Time

Read the poem. What is the main idea of it?

Leisure

by W.H. Davies

What is this life if, full of care,
We have no time to stand and stare?

No time to stand beneath the boughs
And stare as long as sheep and cows.

 

No time to see, when woods we pass,
Where squirrels hide their nuts in grass.

No time to see, in broad daylight,
Streams full of stars, like skies at night.

 

No time to turn at Beauty's glance,
And watch her feet, how they can dance.

No time to wait till her mouth can
Enrich that smile her eyes began.

 

A poor life this, if full of care,
We have no time to stand and stare.

7. There are seven gaps in the following text. You need to fill them with the sentences below in the correct place. There are two extra sentences you will not need. The first one has been done for you as an example.

 



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