Roger: What do you do in your spare time?
Barry: Oh, nothing special: I read, watch TV, and go to the movies some times.
Roger: Don't you have any hobbies, like stamp collecting or doing crafts?
Barry: No, I don't have any hobbies. How about you?
Roger: I have just one — baseball. I used to play it and now I only watch the game.
Barry: Really? I didn't know that you like baseball. What attracts you most in this game?
Roger: What I like best of all about baseball, is that you can play it everywhere: school, university, some private organization premises, you know.
Barry: Yes, you are right. Baseball is everywhere and a lot of people consider it the pastime of the whole American nation.
Roger: Well, it proves itself a lot. Baseball watching is a good reason for spending time with you family, sharing a meal together and having a lot of fun.
Barry: Yes, this is quite true. I'd like to join you sometime for the game.
Roger: Of course, that would be fun. My friends and I are going to watch baseball this Thursday.
Barry: With pleasure.
Roger: Ok. It's settled.