Vocabulary for exercise / sport Revision:
Present Simple - Present PerfectVocabulary at least
- the minimum, i.e.
- How long will the journey take?- At least three hours.chilling
- He's at least fifty. (And probably more, is the meaning here)
- You should at least say sorry for damaging his car. (And probably do more.)
- (informal) relaxing, i.e. - What're you doing tonight?- Just chilling with a DVD. I've had a very long and busy day.
do / go / play +
- (collocation) , i.e. do + exercise/sport - go + ing - play + a game, i.e.
- Do you do any regular exercise?
- She does a lot of sport.
- He goes jogging every morning.
- She goes sailing at the weekends.
- I'm going climbing next Saturday.
- S/he plays a lot of tennis / football / basketball, etc.
- healthy and strong, i.e.
- She was very unfit but now, after going to the gym three days a week, he's fit.
* And we keep
to involve a lot of tough walking....n't even
- I must keep / stay fit: I'm going on a trekking holiday in Nepal; it's going
- ‘even' here makes the negative meaning stronger, i.e.
(to) work out
- You don't even know him, why did you invite him to your party?
- She hasn't even taken a jacket with her; she'll freeze in this weather.
- He's so angry with you he doesn't even want a text from you, and certainly doesn't want see you.
- exercise in a gym, i.e.
- not healthy; not in a good physical condition, i.e.
- I'm really unfit, I must start going to the gym and working out.