Do you play any sport?

Do you play any sport? Are you a fan of any sport? Which?


Vivien F

Vivien F

Vivien F
I speak:
French
I learn:
English, Spanish
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I played football during six years, all of the week with training on Mondays, on Thursdays and the match often on Saturdays and sometimes but hardly ever on Sundays. But I broke my right knee then now I practice mountain bike two times by week: on Thuesday and on Sunday. I had always like practicing sport. When I was eight or nine years old I played judo too. I think that today I don't often feel the need to practice sports, I am more quiet that before.

zarahope

zarahope

zarahope
I speak:
English
I learn:
Italian
Busuu berries :
285

More quiet than before

Fullcolorpandas

Fullcolorpandas (22)

Fullcolorpandas
I speak:
English, Japanese, Tagalog
I learn:
French
Busuu berries :
1269

I played football FOR six years, EVERYDAY with training on Mondays, on Thursdays and MATCHES USUALLY on Saturdays and sometimes but hardly on Sundays. But I broke my right knee then now I practice mountain bike two times A week: on Thursdays and on Sundays. I have always liked practicing sport. When I was eight or nine years old I played judo too. I think that today I don't often feel the need to practice sports, I am more quiet than before.

Star_watcher

Star_watcher

Star_watcher
I speak:
English
I learn:
Italian
Busuu berries :
3602

I played football during for six years, all of the week with training on Mondays, on andThursdays. and The match was often on Saturday and sometimes but hardly ever or rarely on Sunday. But I broke my right knee then so now I practice mountain biking two times by  a week: on Thuesday  Tuesday and on Sunday. I had have always like practicing sports. When I was eight or nine years old I played judo too. I think that today I don't often feel the need to practice sports. I am more quiet that than before.

Nice job. Your spelling is good, only one mistake: Tuesday. Work on grammar. To say "sometimes but hardly ever" you can say "rarely": it means the same thing but is only one word.