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  1. 1. Sports Vocabulary - Learn English Vocabulary http://www.learnenglish.de/vocabulary/sport.htm J’aime 8 129 Learn English Vocabulary Follow @YTatLE Home Sports Vocabulary English Vocabulary Main Menu Search Sponsor Double click on any word for Sponsored Links its definition and to listen to the pronunciation. Useful Vocabulary Advertisements Common Sports Books Amazon.com Amazon.co.uk Amazon.de Amazon.fr Vocabulary Books Archery Badminton Cricket Cycling Follow +824 Darts Football Golf Horse Racing The Learn English Network Promote your Page too Table Snooker Squash Tennis Tennis Contact Sports1 sur 8 24/08/12 15:03
  2. 2. Sports Vocabulary - Learn English Vocabulary http://www.learnenglish.de/vocabulary/sport.htm Boxing Judo Rugby Wrestling Water Sports Angling Canoeing Kayaking Rowing Sailing Water Skiing Winter Sports Curling Ice Skating Skiing Less Usual Sports Croquet Fencing Hockey2 sur 8 24/08/12 15:03
  3. 3. Sports Vocabulary - Learn English Vocabulary http://www.learnenglish.de/vocabulary/sport.htm Lacrosse Polo Skeet Build Up How do you play / do some of these sports? Badminton A racquet sport played by either two players (singles) or two pairs (doubles). Played on a court divided by a net with racquets and a shuttlecock. You play a game of badminton. /th> Cricket A teamgame, usually played outdoors, on a cricket pitch, with a bat, a cricket ball, and stumps, There are11 players on each team. You play a cricket match. Darts Darts is played by two players. Darts are thrown at a dart board. You play a game of darts or a darts match.3 sur 8 24/08/12 15:03
  4. 4. Sports Vocabulary - Learn English Vocabulary http://www.learnenglish.de/vocabulary/sport.htm Football A team sport, usually played outdoors, on a football pitch, with a round football, a goal, with two teams of 11 players, and a goalie. You play a game of football or a football match. Golf Usually played by individuals, golf is played on a golf course, using several types of golf clubs and a golf ball. You play a game of golf or a round of golf. Rugby A team sport, played outdoors, on a rugby pitch, with an oval rugby ball, and two teams of 15 players. You play a game of rugby or a rugby match. Tennis A racquet sport played by either two players (singles) or two pairs (doubles). Played on a court divided by a net with racquets and a tennis ball. You play a game of tennis or a tennis match.4 sur 8 24/08/12 15:03
  5. 5. Sports Vocabulary - Learn English Vocabulary http://www.learnenglish.de/vocabulary/sport.htm Naturally Speaking Making Making enquiries enquiries Buying a ticket to Questions a sporting event: about sporting events I`d like four tickets How please. much are Would the you like tickets? front Who`s row playing seats? today? That sounds Who`s great, but winning? how much do What`s they cost? the They`re score? £30 How each. much time Oh thats fine. is left in I`d like to the reserve four game? front-row Which seats for this half are Saturday`s we in? match. Do you Ok, think this that`ll game will be be a £120. draw? Here you go. Do you Thank think this you. team will Here go to the are finals? your Do you tickets. think your team will be5 sur 8 24/08/12 15:03
  6. 6. Sports Vocabulary - Learn English Vocabulary http://www.learnenglish.de/vocabulary/sport.htm relegated / promoted this year? (Ref: Football) Whats your handicap? (Ref: Golf.) Dialogue Mr Smith is discussing the football with his wife. Sport - Conversation Mr. I`ve been thinking about Smith: exchanging our football tickets. Instead of going to Fridays game, I think we should go on Saturday. Then, John and his friend Mark could come with us because they wouldn`t have school the next day. What do you think? Mrs I think that`s a great Smith idea. I didn`t really like : the idea of keeping John out of school just to got to a football match. Mr I know. So, shall we Smith: swap them? Well, first, let me check Mrs with Mark`s parents to Smith: see if he`s free on Saturday.6 sur 8 24/08/12 15:03
  7. 7. Sports Vocabulary - Learn English Vocabulary http://www.learnenglish.de/vocabulary/sport.htm Mr OK, go for it! Smith: (Dials the phone) Hello Mark. It`s Joan, Joan Smith, John`s Mrs mother. I was wondering Smith: are you free this Saturday? And if you are would you like to come to the match with us? Yes, Im free and Id love to, but Ill have to check with my parents. Mark: (Pause) Yes, they say it`s fine. I can go. Could you give me a lift though? That`s great! John will be Mrs glad, and of course we Smith: can pick you up. How does 2pm sound? Sounds great. I`ll look Mark: forward to it. OK, we`ll see you on Mrs Saturday and John will Smith: see you at school tomorrow. .OK, thanks Mrs. Smith. I Mark: can`t wait! OK Mark, we`ll see you then. Have a good Mrs evening, give my regards Smith: to your mum and dad. (Hangs up the phone) Mr So, is he coming? Smith: Yes. Let`s go and Mrs change those Friday Smith: tickets. Developed in Association with Harmani Educational Services7 sur 8 24/08/12 15:03
  8. 8. Sports Vocabulary - Learn English Vocabulary http://www.learnenglish.de/vocabulary/sport.htm Games and Tests for this Vocabulary Unit All these games and tests open in a new window. Crossword Dictation and Spelling Test Sport Quiz - Cricket Reading Comprehension - Unusual Sports Flashcards - for the most popular sports Sponsored Links Designed and Maintained by Your Teacher at InHand - Beware of imitations! © 1999 - 2012 [lrhand] All rights reserved. Up | Down This sites URL is: http://www.learnenglish.de. In association with the Learn English Network. You can easily advertise on this site or become an official sponsor8 sur 8 24/08/12 15:03

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