Football Language Quiz: Listening Gap Fill – The Last Week of the Premier League: The season ended last week in the Premier League and this listening activity is taken from last week’s Languagecaster Learn English Through Football Podcast.
Listen to the audio below and fill in the blank spaces.
Football Language Quiz: Listening Gap Fill – The Last Week of the Premier League
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Vocabulary – verb phrases used in this report and in football
- To defeat another team: to beat
- To lift a trophy: to win a competition
- To win (Number) games in a row: to record (Number) wins one after the other
- To be injured: to be harmed, suffer an injury
- To be thrashed: be beaten badly
- To be relegated: to drop down a division/tier
- To get off to a good start: to start the season/game well