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1. It is good to be spontaneous when travelling.
2. Weekends can be really boring.
3. Weekends are perfect for long walks.
4. The best thing about Saturday morning is breakfast.
5. It’s good to get outside at the weekend.
6. Sundays are for meeting friends and chatting.
7. Sport is more about fun than prizes.
Speaker A. Every weekend I like to play football from September to June and tennis in the summer months. It is a big commitment, but it keeps me active and healthy and there is a great social scene linked to the friends I play with. We often go out Saturday nights to restaurants, clubs or the cinema. We don’t take it very seriously. Probably we’ll never win any big competitions but we are more interested in keeping fit and having fun.
Speaker B. I am probably going to be away this weekend. I like to just set off on a Friday night and see where I end up. I’ll drive for a few hours, stay in a guest house, and then set off again early next morning. I like not having an itinerary. I might go to Scotland or to Wales. I’ll just see where the car takes me. Two weekends ago I drove down to Cornwall and spent all of Sunday walking the coastal path in huge winds and rain. But I absolutely loved it.
Speaker C. For me, the perfect way to spend a Saturday morning is having a leisurely cooked breakfast in the golf course caffe I don’t play golf — I just love the cafe which has brilliant views over the sea has brilliant views over the sea. For about five pounds you get toast, sausage, bacon, eggs and beans plus unlimited refills of tea or coffee. They even have newspapers there which you can take to your table and slowly read while munching your toast.
Speaker D. I have to work every other weekend but once a month I get a four day “weekend” to make up for it. I try to get all my house work, shopping and other jobs out of the way so I can treat these as mini holidays. Whenever I can, I go on walking holidays; either camping or staying at youth hostels. This year I’ve been to the Lake District, Snowdonia and even managed to complete the South Downs Way, 110 miles, in my four day breaks
Speaker E. The weather’s been bad for the last three weekends, but the forecast is OK for next week and I should be able to get out. I thought I might play a bit of golf or if it’s really nice I’ll go fishing. A month ago we had beautiful weather and I was lucky enough to get invited sailing. Actually I don’t mind what I do as long as I can get outdoors. I’ll give Tom a call tonight. We have the same golf “handicap” so if he’s free it should be a good contest.
Speaker F. Sunday mornings I love to go to the boot sale at Brighton Marina. All sorts of things are for sale — antiques, bric-a-brac, books, records, furniture: You name it — and somebody will be selling it. But the reason I go is to see my friends. Some of them are stall holders and others of us just go there to see what’s on sale and chat. Last month however I managed to buy a rare antique silver broach for £10. I’ve since shown it to a jeweler who offered me £200 for it.
A−7: Probably we’ll never win any big competitions but we are more interested in keeping fit and having fun.
B−1: Two weekends ago I drove down to Cornwall and spent all of Sunday walking the costal path in huge winds and rain.
C−4: For me, the perfect way to spend a Saturday morning is having a leisurely cooked breakfast
D−3: I have to work every other weekend but once a month I get a four day “weekend” to make up for it.
E−5: Actually I don’t mind what I do as long as I can get outdoors.
F−6: Some of them are stall holders and others of us just go there to see what’s on sale and chat...