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Touchstone 2nd Edition • Language summary • Level 2

Unit 2 • Lesson A: Leisure time
Vocabulary
Hobbies and free time
cooking
skiing
cook
do new stuff
draw
enjoy (doing something)
jog
join (a class)
play around with
play in a jazz band
play piano
play the saxophone
ride a horse
whistle
work out

(n)
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(v)
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Other words
excited about (writing)
good at (a hobby)
skill

(adj)
(adj)
(n)

stuff
on (TV)

(n)
(prep)

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Unit 2, Lesson A, Page 1

use just a verb: I can play the piano. can / can't After can and can't. I prefer watching TV. love. I like to play pool. I hate to work out. prefer After love. Lesson A. hate. like. hate. like. I hate working out. and prefer. I prefer to watch TV. The meaning is the same: I love to swim. I can't play very well.Touchstone 2nd Edition • Language summary • Level 2 Grammar Verb forms Different verb forms come after different verbs. would like After would like and Would you like. use verb + -ing: I'm good at drawing people. I'm not interested in skiing. Page 2 . or or or or I love swimming. you can only use to + verb: A Would you like to play jazz? B I'd like to play jazz. you can use to + verb or you can use verb + -ing. enjoy After enjoy. © Cambridge University Press 2014 Unit 2. I like playing pool. you can only use verb + -ing: I enjoy writing. Prepositions After prepositions.