On this week’s football language podcast we have a main report looking at the top division in Argentina: there have been big changes in the last few years.
The 2015 Argentinian Primera División sees its first Superclásico of the season and so on this week’s report we take a look at the Argentinan top division.
On this week’s Languagecaster Predictions we focus on Europe. We also take a first look at the Argentinian top division, the Primera Division.
On this week’s main report we look at one of the biggest games in world football: the Superclásico between River Plate and Boca Juniors.
One of the two titles played for each year in Argentina (and many other South American countries), the other being the Clausura
Time for a spot of Argentinian football – we feature a preview of the clausura season
2014 South American World Cup Qualifiers: Did you know that the 2014 World Cup qualifying rounds have already started? With ‘only’ just under a thousand days until the big kick-off in Brazil, we take a look at one of the most hotly-contested qualifying groups: South America.
The 2011 Copa América is taking place in Argentina and so in this main report (with worksheet and answers) we take a look back at the history of the Copa América
The final of the World Cup 2011 for women takes place this weekend, while the Copa America in Argentina has now reached the quarter-final stage. Damon and Damian try to predict the games involving Japan and the USA, Uruguay and Argentina, as well as Paraguay and Brazil.
The World Cup 2011 for women moves into the knock-out stage while the Copa America in Argentina is also up and running. On the second of our summer predictions Damon and Damian try to predict the scores of games involving Brazil, England, France, Japan, Germany, Chile, Uruguay and Paraguay.
Though there is no football being played in Europe at the moment there is still lots of the beautiful game being played all over the world. The World Cup 2011 for women is still in the group stages while the Copa America starts this weekend in Argentina.
This week we cast our eye around the world to take in games from Japan, where the season gets underway again after the terrible earthquake and tsunami, Argentina, Spain, England, and the Champions League semi-final first legs
http://media.blubrry.com/footballlanguage/p/languagecaster.com/wp-content/uploads/pod27.1011.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (5.8MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS | MoreOn this week’s podcast we preview the clausura season in Argentina’s Primera League look . Remember on this week’s podcast you can also: Listen only to the main report […]
[print_link] | Subscribe: Predictions This week, we take our first look at Argentina as the clausura season kick off this weekend. Champions League returns and Damian’s team, Tottenham travel to Italy while the ‘Arselona’ game should also be an entertaining match. No week of predictions would be complete without a derby and that is provided […]
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This week’s main report is all about football in the capital of Argentina, Buenos Aires.
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Today’s World Cup phrase of the day is the expression rout which means a heavy defeat.
[print_link] | Subscribe: Predictions Current Score: DB 29 | DF 55 It’s the sharp end of the tournament – the business end. Eight teams looking to secure four places in the semi finals – three victories away from being crowned World Champions. In the first game, Holland take on Brazil , five time winners. The […]
[print_link] | Subscribe: Predictions Current Score: DB 25 | DF 49 A World Cup classic with Germany hoping to see off England and Argentina v Mexico are on today’s languagecaster.com predictions menu! Join our predictions competition here, where there’s a chance to win an original languagecaster.com T-shirt! [TABLE=198] Join our predictions competition by clicking here
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Pele may have won more World Cup titles, Ronaldo may have scored more goals, Lothar Matthäus played more games but no one has dominated the World Cup as much as Diego Maradona.
[print_link] Euro 2009 for the ladies, a mouthwatering clash in the World Cup qualifiers to look forward to, and controversial decisions from footballs governing bodies all feature on this week’s Good, bad and Ugly. Good While most eyes are on the World Cup qualifiers, followers of the women’s game are enjoying a great Euro 2009 […]
[print_link] Argentinian football, Premier League new faces and some sad news from Spain all feature in this seasons first good, the bad and the ugly section of languagecaster’s football podcast. Click on the links below to find out more on all of these stories. Explanations of key vocabulary (in bold) can be found at the […]
Vélez Sarsfield pipped Huracán to the Clausura championship in Argentina, Benzama and Ronaldo are officially unveiled at Real Madrid, Kashima, despite drawing with Kawasaki in Japan’s J-League, have opened up a healthy gap at the top of the league. But perhaps the biggest news was the shock signing of former Liverpool star, Michael Owen, for Manchester […]
[print_link] The Argentinian Clausura championship finished at the weekend with a remarkable battle between the top two sides. Read how Vélez Sarsfield beat Huracán to win the title in the post below and use the vocabulary list at the bottom of the page to help you with your comprehension. Excitement galore on the final day […]
Last week, saw the confederations Cup reach its climax with an exciting game seeing Brazil come from two goals down to beat the USA 3-2. The USA certainly impressed the worldwide audience by beating Spain and going close against the South American powerhouse. Perhaps their world ranking of 12 is merited. In other news, it […]
[print_link] | Teaching Ideas Last week we looked at South Africa, this week we visit South America and the continent’s biggest club competition the Copa Libertadores. As you read the post, look at the names of countries and the nationality adjectives. Then try the quiz to check your knowledge. The semi-final places were decided this […]
As Real Madrid continue to build their new dream team, other teams are beginning to make moves in the transfer market, World Cup qualifiers continue – good news for North Korea (a 0-0 draw against saudi Arabia sees them through to the World Cup), not so good for Argentina (they lie fourth in the South […]
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