Listenagain. What does Paul say about these activities? Choose a word from 1a to fillin each blank.
Jenny: Hi, Paul! Let's play computer games!
Paul: That sounds interesting. Jenny,but I don't have a computer.
Jenny: Well, do you have a volleyball?
Jenny: Then let's play volleyball.
Paul: Oh, volleyball is so difficult ...
Jenny: OK, let's watch TV.
Paul: That sounds boring. Hmm ... Let's play soccer! Do you have a soccerball?
Jenny: No, I don't.
Paul: Oh, well, do you have a basketball?
Jenny: Yes, I do. Let's play basketball!
Paul: That sounds fun!
Readthe survey results in a school magazine and answer the question: Who has asoccer ball?
Do You Have a Soccer Ball?
I don't have a soccer ball, but my brotherAlan does. We go to the same school and we love soccer. We lay it at schoolwith our friends. It's relaxing.
Yes, I do. I have two soccer balls, threevolleyballs, four basketballs and five baseballs and bats. I love sports, but Idon't play them - I only watch them on TV!
No, I don't. Soccer is difficult. I likeping-pong. It's easy for me. I have three ping-pong balls and two ping-pongbats. After class, I play ping-pong with my classmates.