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Keeping fit

Exercising is good for you health

Exercise 1: Read the text and then put the name of each person on the chart.

* Sara plays volleyball. She plays one hour every day.

* Peter walks thirty minutes twice a week.

* John plays soccer one hour three times a week.

* Anne runs for one hour from Monday to Saturday.

*Louis runs with Anne four times a week.

Exercise 1: Read the text and then put the name of each person on the chart.

* Sara plays volleyball. She plays one hour every day = 7 hours

* Peter walks thirty minutes twice a week.

* John plays soccer one hour three times a week.

* Anne runs for one hour from Monday to Saturday.

*Louis runs with Anne four times a week.

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Exercise 1: Read the text and then put the name of each person on the chart.

* Sara plays volleyball. She plays one hour every day = 7 hours

* Peter walks thirty minutes twice a week = 1 h

* John plays soccer one hour three times a week.

* Anne runs for one hour from Monday to Saturday.

*Louis runs with Anne four times a week.

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A
R
A

PETER

Exercise 1: Read the text and then put the name of each person on the chart.

* Sara plays volleyball. She plays one hour every day = 7 hours

* Peter walks thirty minutes twice a week = 1 h

* John plays soccer one hour three times a week = 3 h

* Anne runs for one hour from Monday to Saturday.

*Louis runs with Anne four times a week.

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R
A

PETER

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Exercise 1: Read the text and then put the name of each person on the chart.

* Sara plays volleyball. She plays one hour every day = 7 hours

* Peter walks thirty minutes twice a week = 1 h

* John plays soccer one hour three times a week = 3 h

* Anne runs for one hour from Monday to Saturday: 6H

*Louis runs with Anne four times a week.

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PETER

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Exercise 1: Read the text and then put the name of each person on the chart.

* Sara plays volleyball. She plays one hour every day = 7 hours

* Peter walks thirty minutes twice a week = 1 h

* John plays soccer one hour three times a week = 3 h

* Anne runs for one hour from Monday to Saturday: 6H

*Louis runs with Anne four times a week. = 4H

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PETER

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Exercise 2: A group of students was asked how much time they dedicate a week to different activities:
Sports 15%, Social media 35%, Reading 10%, Videogames 40%
Place each activity in the appropriate sector of the graph

Exercise 2: A group of students was asked how much time they dedicate a week to different activities:
Sports 15%, Social media 35%, Reading 10%, Videogames 40%
Place each activity in the appropriate sector of the graph

SPORTS

Exercise 2: A group of students was asked how much time they dedicate a week to different activities:
Sports 15%, Social media 35%, Reading 10%, Videogames 40%
Place each activity in the appropriate sector of the graph

SOCIAL MEDIA

SPORTS

Exercise 2: A group of students was asked how much time they dedicate a week to different activities:
Sports 15%, Social media 35%, Reading 10%, Videogames 40%
Place each activity in the appropriate sector of the graph

SOCIAL MEDIA

SPORTS

READING

Exercise 2: A group of students was asked how much time they dedicate a week to different activities:
Sports 15%, Social media 35%, Reading 10%, Videogames 40%
Place each activity in the appropriate sector of the graph

VIDEOGAMES

SOCIAL MEDIA

SPORTS

READING

Lettuce: 0,03 · 300 =

Tomato: 0,08 · 300 =

Cucumber: 0,08 · 300 =

Lettuce: 0,03 · 300 = 9 kg

Tomato: 0,08 · 300 = 24 kg

Cucumber: 0,08 · 300 = 24 kg

Chicken: 0,2 · 300 =

Potatoes: 0,25 · 300 =

Chicken: 0,2 · 300 = 60 kg

Potatoes: 0,25 · 300 = 75 kg

Eggs: 0,5 · 300 =

Milk: 60 · 300 =

Sugar: 0,03 · 300 =

Eggs: 0,5 · 300 = 150

Milk: 60 · 300 = 18000 ml

Sugar: 0,03 · 300 = 9 kg