Tommy Murphy, 22,
Нужно всех по 2:
- вопрос к подлежащему;
- специальный вопрос;
- разделительный вопрос;
Well, I consider myself an armchair sportsman. I en joy sports most when I'm at home watching the "Grand stand" on TV. It's cricket that I like in particular. I could watch it for hours on end. I even stopped fixing my motorbike last week to watch England playing Jamaika And I love my motorbike! You see, it's not that I'm not interested in sports. I'm just too lazy to drag myself to the football ground to kick the ball around. That's no fun. I'd rather meet my mates in the pub and discuss the weekend's football results with them.
Tony Rogers, 20.
Oh, I love it. I'm very active in sports. I've always been like that. I remember spending my days running through the woods and climbing up trees when I was a little boy. Now I go jogging every week, and besides that. I play tennis every now and then. My favourite sport, however is football. My life would be boring without it. I think, I love it, because it's a team game and you need all kinds of skills. You must be fit, you must keep an eye on what your teammates do,and you need a quick brain. I'm a member of our local football team. You see, that's the other thing I like about sports: you make new friends, it gives you a feeling of being part of something. We even do a lot of things together besides football.
Hilary Brown, 17
Well, sport is fun, isn't it? I couldn't imagine a life without sport, could you? Only maths, English and histo-
ry— how dull that would be! I love riding, playing volleyball and sailing. It's wonderful to be in the open and to enjoy the fresh air and the sun. But it's tennis that I'm really interested in. My sports teacher told me that I had a skill for playing tennis and that I should practise it more thoroughly. That's why I stopped sailing and riding, because tennis takes up all my free time now. It would be great if I made it big as a tennis professional. Just think of the money you could earn. It would be fantastic to travel round the world, to meet people in the business, to be interviewed by TV reporters.
David Harvey, 21
Thank goodness people never try and talk sport to me. I hate sports. What is an endless boring tennis match compared to a good film — nothing, it's just a waste of time! I think English people's attitude to sport is so childish. Hundreds of thousands of them listen to cricket commentaries on their radios — for five days. It's so stupid. They think that the big stars in the business lead a wonderful life. What a load of rubbish! In my opinion, these people are poor devils living out of a suitcase. How can they have any social life when they are always away from home? I don't believe that these professionals are really interested in their sport. They want to make a lot of money, that's all. Besides, nobody ever mentions the dangers of sports. Just think of the injuries.