How do you spend your weekends?

WEEKENDS / FINES DE SEMANA

have a cold beer = tomar una cerveza fría

to go bowling = ir a la bolera

to go out for dinner = salir a cenar

to go for a walk = ir de paseo

to go dancing = ir a bailar

to go to concerts = ir a conciertos

I can’t wait to go home = No puedo esperar a llegar a casa

watch a movie = ver una película

nothing at all = nada en absoluto

get bored = aburrirse

to spend a weekend = pasar un fin de semana

I have to work this weekend = tengo que trabajar este fin de semana

Read the conversation / Lee la conversacion:

A: Would you like a cup of coffee?

B: No, thanks. I don’t like coffee. I’ll have a cup of tea.

A: Milk, sugar?

B: Milk please. I don’t take sugar.

A: So, Ellen, how do you and Peter spend your weekends?

B: That depends on the season. In winter we go skiing or ice-skating every other weekend. We also go to the theater and to concerts.

A: And in summer?

B: In summer we go hiking in the mountains or we just go for long walks in the city.

A: Do your children spend the weekends with you?

B: No, they don’t. They go skateboarding or swimming with their friends. What about you? Do you and John do any sports?

A: Just one. We play volleyball. And we go dancing—every weekend.

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