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Exercise: Recreation centres struggle financially

Hobbies, Leisure and Lifestyle-Spectator College

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Tasks:

1. How do you spend your free time – actively, or passively? Do you have any hobbies?
2. Do you think recreation centres are important? Whether you answer yes or no, please give some arguments.
3. Who should organise and finance recreation centres? Should parents pay the full amount for their children’s hobbies and recreational activities?
4. Are hobbies and recreational activities good for establishing contacts and friendships between foreigners and Slovaks? Where do you see weak and strong points?

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