In this World Cup 2018 podcast, we have a quarter-final review. Eight teams, four games, four winners. Damian and Damon give their thoughts on their quarter-final predictions, the games, and who they think will win the semi-finals. We’ll have a short World Cup language section, while we will also take a look at some our listeners’ posts and see how the predictions competition is going.
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In this podcast we review some of the big stories from the group stages at the 2018 World Cup in Russia – Damian and Damon look back at some of the drama that has taken place so far. We also explain some World Cup language, ask a World Cup quiz question, predict some upcoming games and answer some listeners’ questions.
On today’s listening report we take a look at two more of the groups in the 2018 World Cup: Groups C and D. We will also be reminding you about our World Cup predictions competition – there is still time to join!
2018 World Cup Preview: The 2018 World Cup is about to kick off in Russia and on today’s football-language podcast we take a look ahead to some of the language-learning resources we will make available over the tournament, including quizzes, transcripts, worksheets and much more. We also have an interview with a football fan in which we look at his predictions for the tournament, explain a new football phrase – ‘to run out winners’ – and invite you all to take part in our World Cup predictions competition.
2018 End of Season Review: The 2017-18 football season in Europe is now over and we take a look back at some of the big news at the business end of the seasons around Europe in this report. There is a worksheet and transcript …
The 2017-18 domestic league season is over – congratulations to Manchester City – but this weekend we have the oldest football competition, the FA Cup final, taking place at Wembley. We’ll be looking ahead to that game and will also be looking back at some of the big football news from the week including the Europa League final and announcement of World Cup squads. There is also a football quiz question and we explain some football language.
It’s Real Madrid v Liverpool! The Champions League finalists were decided this week and it’s Real Madrid v Liverpool! A hatful of goals were scored over the semi-finals and there will be more on the 26th May in Kiev when these two teams meet. We look at the semi-finals…
The 2018 FA Cup Semis: It’s the FA Cup Semis! Damon and Damian discuss these two games, the footballing news from the week, including a title for Manchester City, some new football language and we also manage to throw in a quiz question and some predictions, too!
2018 Manchester and Merseyside Derbies: This week’s football-language podcast looks back at the Champions League quarter-final first legs and the big derbies taking place over the weekend in the Premier League. We also have a quiz question, explain a new football expression – overhead kick…
International friendlies are taking place around the world as many countries have their eyes on the upcoming World Cup. So on this Learn English Through Football Podcast we discuss some of the news from these games. We will also introduce the football phrase…
2018 FA Cup 6th Round and Champions League Draw
Learn English Through Football Podcast: 2018 Manchester City v Chelsea
2018 Carabao Cup Final: On this week’ s Learn English Through Football Podcast we look ahead to some big games from the weekend including the Carabao Cup final between Man City and Arsenal and a grudge match between Manchester United and Chelsea.
This weekend’s big game is the North London derby that takes place on Saturday at Wembley and we’ll be featuring this match in our predictions section along with another needle match: Southampton against Liverpool. We’ll look back at some of the footballing news from the week in the good, the bad and the ugly and of course we’ll be explaining lots of football language in the show as well.
The big match this weekend is Liverpool v Tottenham – not just because of he battle for the top four but it’s the languagecaster derby! We will try to predict the score for that game along with Arsenal against Everton and Chelsea v Watford in our predictions battle. We’ll also describe some football language and ask a quiz question.