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Leisure

From Wikipedia, a free encyclopedia written in simple English for easy reading.

Leisure (or recreation) is the use of free time (times when people can choose what to do; when they don't have an obligation like being at school or a job) for fun, family, or non-work activity. It is called recreation since it is for re-creating the self with play.

Common forms of recreation or leisure are:

A vacation or holiday is the setting aside of time specifically for leisure. Often it refers to people travelling out of town and staying at a hotel so that they can do things they could not do near home.

The weekend (in developed nations usually Saturday and Sunday) is usually available for leisure.

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