‘What are you doing this weekend?’

‘I’m going out with my friends on Friday. We are going to pub for a few beers.’

‘Do you go to pub every Friday?’

‘No, not every Friday, but my friends and I go out for a beer quite often.’

‘Do you like beer?’

‘Yes, I do. But I don’t drink too much. I usually have two or three pints. And what about you? Do you like beer?’

‘No, I don’t like it very much. Sometimes I drink it, but I prefer wine to beer… But you didn’t finish talking about your plans for the weekend.’

‘Oh, yes. So, on Friday I am going to pub. On Saturday I am taking my kids to the ZOO and on Sunday I’m going to stay at home and work in the garden.’

‘That sounds like a nice weekend.’

‘Yes, thank you. That’s our plan. I hope the weather will be good.’

‘It should be. I watched the weather forecast in the morning and they said that the weather will be very nice this weekend. It should be sunny, but not very hot.’

‘That’s really good news! I was not sure about the weather… And what are you doing this weekend?’

I wanted to go on a trip, but I can’t. My colleague is sick and cannot come to work. So I have to go to work instead of him this weekend.’

‘I didn’t know that you work during weekends.’

‘I do. But not every weekend. I go to work every other weekend.’

And what about you? – A čo ty?

instead of /ɪnˈsted əv/ – namiesto (neho, niečoho)

every other – každý druhý