- play in a band: play a musical instrument (or sing) in a group with other people
"He plays in a heavy metal band."
- play cards: play a card-game with other people (called "players")
"I like playing cards, but I can't play poker."
- watch a film / movie / TV: remember, you watch something on a screen.
"They like watching films at the weekend."
- take part in (an activity): do an activity with other people
"Do you ever take part in sporting activities?"
- do something for fun: do something just for pleasure.
"They like going hill-walking for fun."
- be keen on: enjoy doing something
"He's keen on playing tennis."
- be a fan of: like doing something a lot.
"She's a great fan of outdoors sports."
- hang out (with): spend time with someone
"At the weekend I like to hang out with my friends."
- chill out: relax
"This weekend I'm just going to chill out."
- get together: meet
"A group of us are going to get together for a couple of drinks."
- come round: come to someone's house
"Why don't you come round later?"
- get up to: do
"What did you get up to at the weekend?"
- catch up with: get the latest news
"It was so nice to catch up with her."
- kick (a football) around / kick around a football: play an informal game of football
"The kids often go to the park to kick a football around."
- take in a play / exhibition: go to a play or exhibition
"When they go to London they often take in a couple of plays."
- set up a club / set a club up: start a club
"My friends want to set up a book club."
- be into: be interested in something (inseparable phrasal verb)
"She's really into stamp-collecting."
- take up a hobby / take a hobby up: start a new hobby
"He's only recently taken up gardening."