To take part in + something Club Member Gym
Competition For fun To compete
If you take part in something you are actively involved in it. People take part in things, for example, you can take part in an activity, an event, or a festival.
a) Last year we took part in the celebration of Santo Tomás in San Sebastián.
A club is an organisation for people who take part in a particular activity, or the building that they use. A member is someone who joins a group to take part in a particular activity. We also use member when we talk about a group of people.
b) He is a member of the mountaineering club.
c)There are twenty-two members of staff in my company.
d) Was the dinner in the club or a restaurant?
A room or club with equipment for doing physical exercises is called a gym.
e) I’m thinking of joining a gym.
A competition is an organised event in which people try to win prizes by being better than other people. You can join a club or a team to compete in competitions or just for fun. If you play for fun, you don’t care if you win or lose.
f) On our football team we play for fun. The score isn’t important; we only want to have a good time!
g) He’s entered a drawing competition in the local newspaper. We hope he wins!
Are you a member of a gym? How often do you go to the gym?
Are you a member of a club? How many members are there?
Do you take part in competitions? For fun or to win?
At work, do you take part in any decision making?
How many members of staff are there in your company?