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   TALKING ABOUT SPORTS  
LIKES AND DISLIKES
 
 NAMES    /    SPORT Soccer Volleyball Chess Tennis
 Peter SmileUnhappyUnhappySmile
 Angie
 UnhappySmileSmileUnhappy
 Mark Smile SmileUnhappyUnhappy
 My friends
 Smile SmileUnhappySmile
 My parents
 Smile SmileUnhappyUnhappy
    
 
I. Look at the chart above and complete the sentences with: LIKE / LIKES / DON'T LIKE / DOESN'T LIKE.
1. Peter soccer and tennis but he volleyball and chess.
2. Angie soccer and tennis but she volleyball and chess.
3. Mark soccer and volleyball but he chess and tennis.
4. My friends soccer, volleyball and tennis but they chess.
5. My parents soccer and volleyball but they chess and tennis.
6. Peter and Mark chess but they soccer.
7. My parents and Mark chess and tennis but they soccer and volleyball.
8. Angie and Mark tennis but they volleyball.
 II.  Write "T" if the sentence is true or "F" if False.
 1. Peter and Mark like soccer but they don't like chess. 
 2. Angie and Mark like volleyball but Peter doesn't like it. 
 3. Mark doesn't like soccer but my friends like it. 
 4. My parents like soccer and chess but they don't like volleyball and tennis.