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Which Sports Do You Like?

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ID: 3022 Elementary
  Which sports do YOU like? Do you like Soccer, or perhaps a spot of badminton. Do you dabble with ping pong or perhaps a bit of rugger on a Sunday morning. Dan, friend of the show, hosts a lesson all about likes and dislikes of sport.
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to play (a racquet sport)
还是 háishì or
kick; to play (a ball sport)
足球 zúqiú soccer; football
nǐ xǐhuan dǎ wǎngqiú háishì tī zúqiú ?
Do you like to play tennis or football?
wǒ dōu xǐhuan 。
I like them both.
gǎnlǎnqiú hé bǎnqiú ,nǐ xǐhuan ma ?
Do you like rugby and cricket?
wǒ dōu bù xǐhuan 。
I don't like either.
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