go fishing英 [ɡəu ˈfɪʃɪŋ]
enjoy oneself英 [inˈdʒɔi wʌnˈself]
get in英 [ɡet in]
Joe is visiting his cousin George in the countryside.
I weigh 47 kilograms. How much do you weigh, George?
I weigh 40 kilograms.
I'm 150 centimetres tall. How tall are you?
I'm 152 centimetres tall.
You're taller. Do you do a lot of exercise?
Yes. I usually play basketball and table tennis after school.
I usually play football after school. I’m a football fan.
Sometimes I go fishing with my grandpa.
How exciting! I don't go fishing often. There's no river near my home.
But you can go to museums. That's fantastic!
Hi! I'm Joe.
I live in the city.
There are a lot of tall buildings in the city.
There are a lot of shops and restaurants too.
People go to work by car, bus or underground.
At the weekend, some people enjoy themselves at the cinema or theatre.
Some people visit museums or parks.
Hi! I'm George.
I live in the countryside.
There are a lot of houses with gardens in the countryside.
There are hills, rivers, lakes and a lot of trees.
There aren't many cars.
The air is fresh.
People here like to walk or ride their bikes.
Farmers plant crops in spring.
Then in autumn, they get the crops in.