When you talk about your favourite things you talk about the best liked or most enjoyed things.
Here are some examples.
I like apples best.
I am interested in books.
My favourite sport is swimming.
I like winter! You can play in the snow.
Different people like different things. Learn phrases and sentences to know what they like.
Here are a few questions you can use to ask about favourite things.
Are you interested in sport?
What is your favourite sport?
What sport do you like best?
What kind of sport do you like best?
Practise your English while improving your memory in the same time.
Here is how to play.
I'm Goldie. I like apples.
Goldie likes apples. I'm Greengo and I like plums.
Goldie likes apples, Greengo likes plums. I'm Rosie and I like pears.
Goldie likes apples, Greengo likes plums, Rosie likes pears. I'm Blue-Blue and I like bananas.
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