Learn English Through Football Podcast: European Championship Qualifiers – Czech Republic vs England

European Championship Qualifiers - Czech Republic vs EnglandLearn English Through football Podcast: European Championship Qualifiers – Czech Republic vs England: On this week’s football-language podcast take a look at the news from the past week in the football world. We will be talking the language of football, explaining the phrase, ‘to down a side‘ and we also have a football-language quiz question which is all about some language connected to penalties. And in our predictions section we’ll be taking a look at three big international games coming up over the next week. If you’d like the transcript to the show please show your support by becoming a patron (through Patreon). With the transcript you can improve your English by reading as you listen, or if you are a teacher of English you can use the transcript to make several activities for your learners. If you have questions or comments, email us at: admin@languagecaster.com (Damian=DF).

Learn English Through football Podcast: European Championship Qualifiers – Czech Republic vs England

Introduction

DB: You’re listening to Languagecaster.com’s football-language podcast. Hi there everyone and welcome to the Learn English Through Football podcast; the podcast for all those who love the beautiful game of football and who are aiming to improve their English language skills. My name is Damian and I’m based here in a cold but dry London after a week of torrential rain! Now regular listeners to the show will know that the other member of the languagecaster team is Damon who is based in Tokyo but unfortunately he cannot be with us today so it’s just me. I think he’ll be a happy football fan though as his side Liverpool won again yesterday in the Premier League, with a late penalty, while their nearest rivals Manchester City lost at home, while they also had a win in the Champions League on Wednesday.

A soft penalty?

  1. A stonewall penalty?
  2. A nailed on penalty?
  3. A false penalty?

And as usual, we’ll have the answer at the end of the show.

DF: Don’t forget that you can access our football-language glossary by coming along to our site here at languagecaster.com – we have hundreds of phrases, expressions, idioms and cliches all connected to football. You can also gain access to extra posts, worksheets and transcripts of our podcasts by supporting us through Patreon – come along to patron.com/languagecaster – thank you.

 Predictions

  • You will need to register here with your email and then choose the 2019-20 League to play in.
  • Fill in your predictions below and click save – remember that you can change your scores right up to kick-off time.

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