This week’s English for football phrase is the expression the end justifies the means which has the general meaning of to do whatever it takes to reach a goal or target
This week we explain the phrase ‘take apart’.
This week languagecaster.com introduces the football phrase ‘squeaky-bum time’
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Today’s English for football is the tide turns.
Here are some of the stories from this week’s show. The Good Roma are thrashed at Siena which can only be good for leaders Inter. Have they sewn up the Scudetto?
To be sucked in to means to be drawn into, to be pulled into something you don’t want to do.
On this week’s English for Football we focus on the expression to grind out a result. Now, this usually means to produce something in a routine or even slightly ugly manner.
This week’s English for football is to book a place in. Now, the verb ‘to book’ means to reserve, or to keep, and so you can book a room in a hotel for example.
Today’s English for football phrase is a recipe for disaster. This phrase combines two words: recipe, which means how to make a meal or drink, and disaster, which means a terrible event, a mess.
Here are some of the stories featured on this week’s show. You can listen to the podcast here. Good Great for Argentina as they are the only team with 6 points from 2 games in the South American World Cup Qualifying Group. Juan Ramon Riquelme scores two amazing free kicks in the win against Chile. […]
Tottenham are 125 years old this season and Monday’s game against Aston Villa will be the official ‘anniversary match’. More importantly it is being dedicated to the greatest manager the club has ever had, Bill Nicholson.
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This week, languagecaster.com introduces the English for football phrase: It’s a lottery.
This week, languagecaster.com introduces the English for football phrase ‘Masterclass’
Weekly football phrase for learners of English – be linked with
On this week’s podcast for learners of English who love football, Damon and Damian take a look at the winter transfer window.
In the first podcast of 2007 we preview the 3rd Round FA Cup from England.
Damian and Damon look ahead to the FA Cup 3rd Round by looking back at some of the history of the FA Cup.
Weekly football phrase for learners of english ‘giantkilling / underdog’
For this End-of-Year Football Review learner’s podcast we look back at some of the main footballing stories from the past year.
Football review of 2006 for learners of English
For our 8th learner’s podcast we look back at the good and bad from the 2006 footballing year, as well as introduce a new football phrase.
In the this podcast for language learners who love football, Damian and Damon ask four football fans about the best and worst of the 2006 season
On this week’s learners’ report Damon and Damian discuss the end of the Argentinian football season.
In the seventh Languagecaster.com podcast Damon and Damian look back at some of the main football news of the week. They also discuss football in Argentina, introduce a new English for football expression, as well as the regular predictions battle.
The learners’ report is a shortened version of the regular weekly podcast. On this week’s learners’ report Brendan discusses Man Utd v Chelsea and the Premier League title race.
In this week’s show, Damian and Damon feature a report about sexism in football, review the week in football and predict some of the big games this weekend
The Tottenham manager has always been regarded as being rather ‘handy’ (tough to you non-Londoners) mainly down to the way he looks (nicknamed Tony from the TV show ‘The Sopranos’) and the way he silenced Arsene Wenger at ‘The Library’ last season.