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That の is a pronoun that indicates something aforementioned in the context. (よそ means a family that is not your own or your relatives.) "I'll buy one to give to other families first".


To me, both sound a bit clumsy. I would say this like this: 趣味は書くことと、素敵なノートや文房具を集めることと、テレビゲームをすることです。 趣味は書くことや、素敵なノートと文房具を集めることや、テレビゲームをすることです。 You can simply list two or more things ("A, B and C") using や or と. See other questions for the difference between the two, although the nuance would be small in this case: Difference between と and や~など ...

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